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Kingdom of God in Marks Gospel

This essay has discussed on God’s kingdom as stipulated in Marks gospel that talks about the six parables that analysis it clearly.

language english
wordcount 4426 (cca 12 pages)
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Table of contents

1.0 Introduction 1
1.1 Parables in Mark 2
1.2 Conclusion 14
1.3 Bibliography 15

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KINGDOM OF GOD IN MARKS GOSPEL 1.0 Introduction Greater attention has been accorded the Marks gospel in its efforts in focusing most of the attention to the prediction of Jesus with regard to the power associated with the coming of Gods kingdom. The contrasting side of this issue involves the bystandarers identities who are the target of the direction of the predictions in relation to the little attention that they have received. This is associated with an understandable logic. There has been an application of a mythical language which has customarily overshadowed as well as interpreted the language which is single dimensional in the exegetical practices that are historically oriented. This is consequential to the bystanders’ identity being determined by their personal understanding of the power that is associated with the coming of the kingdom[1]. The prediction of Gods kingdom in there gospel of Mark is perceived as being a promise associated with the apocalyptic victory and the vindication in as far as the bystanders are concerned. This is in most of the circumstances related to the three witnessing disciples of transfiguration or the members of the community of Mark who have undergone long suffering and ...

... responsible for conveying the power of the rule of God, the imagery of Mark contradicts that one of the Septuagint in which case referring to the divine judgment that is a common virtue in depicting God in a manner of assertion of the complete superiority above the enemies to righteousness irrespective of the divinity of the enemies, their human nature, foreign or domestic nature
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Humanistic Studies


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