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Jesus and the Gospels

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When and Where does the Kingdom of God experience "take root" and begin
Within the Individual and When you ask Jesus to come into your heart
Messiah
Jesus of Nazareth was considered this
Yahweh
This is an English rendition of the name of the God of Israel
List key messages of Jesus about living the Kingdom that he conveys through some specific parables
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The Gospel written specifically for the Jews and Claims that Jesus is "Messiah"
John
The Exodus
is the departure of the Israelite slaves from Egypt
The Babylonian Exile
the name typically given to the deportation and exile of the Jews of the ancient Kingdom of Judah
Why are they call the Synoptic Gospels
Structure, Content and Wording are very similar
The four gospels
Mark. Matthew, Luke, John
Galilee
Traditionally divided into Upper Galilee, Lower Galilee, and Western Galilee, the region makes up one-third of Israel
Abraham
According to Jewish tradition, he was born under the name Abram in the city of Ur in Babylonia
The Gospel that stresses that Jesus and his message is "universal", that is for everyone, "slave or free, man or woman, Jew or Gentile"
Mark
Define Gospels using three words
Jesus, Resurrection, Salvation
Moses
He was born to a Hebrew mother who hid him when a Pharaoh ordered all newborn Hebrew boys to be killed
In what year was the first gospel written?
C65-70 Mark
What does a "new social order" mean?
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Sadducees
were one of the three main Jewish political and religious movements in the years between c.150 BCE and 70 CE
The Great Sanhedrin
The ancient Jewish court system was called this
Judea
This was located approximately where the present day country of Israel is
Pharisees
This comes from the Hebrew, meaning "separated", that is, one who is separated for a life of purity
The Synoptic Gospels
Matthew, Mark and Luke
Abba
The Aramaic word for "father."

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