The identity of Jesus

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Why is the baptism of Jesus important?
Marks account shows us that Jesus was the sun of God.The vioce from heaven recognized Jesus with great love, as well as God giving him the power of the holy spirit.Letting John baptize him he was fulfilling the prophecies and setting a example to us.
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How does Matthews account of peters confession at caesarea of Philippi differ from Marks?
In matthews Jesus showed great pleasure at Peters reply and declared him founder of the church. Peter would be given keys to heaven as he was the only one who really understood Jesus' mission.
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What is the transfiguration?
When Jesus' apperance was changed.
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What problems are there with the calming of the storm for Christians today?
That it is unrealistic that Jesus would be able to stand up in the boat and talking to the weather.
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What is the symbolic meaning of the calming of the storm?
That the boat is the christian church. The storm is people in trouble, and in persecution. That when the people in the boat asked Jesus for help, he came to their aid.
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In matthews Jesus showed great pleasure at Peters reply and declared him founder of the church. Peter would be given keys to heaven as he was the only one who really understood Jesus' mission.

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How does Matthews account of peters confession at caesarea of Philippi differ from Marks?

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When Jesus' apperance was changed.

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Card 4

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That it is unrealistic that Jesus would be able to stand up in the boat and talking to the weather.

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Card 5

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That the boat is the christian church. The storm is people in trouble, and in persecution. That when the people in the boat asked Jesus for help, he came to their aid.

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