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Mark's Gospel originally ended at verse 16:8, when the young man explained that Jesus had risen, and the women fled in fear, telling no-one. The "Long Ending" (there was also, at one stage, a "Short Ending") was added much later.
Mark's Gospel was the source gospel used by the authors of Matthew and Luke, for their information about the life and mission of Jesus, in addition to which they relied on the hypothetical 'Q' document for sayings attributed to Jesus. The 'Q' document says nothing about the crucifixion or resurrection of Jesus. Although the authors of Matthew and Luke knew nothing about the life and mission of Jesus, they each added information about the resurrection and the appearances of the risen Jesus to his apostles. And each gospel gave a different account than the other.
Mark had not added post-resurrection accounts because he knew none. His gospel ended intriguingly at a point where the reader could imagine the consequences of the crucifixion and, perhaps, imagine what would happen next. Matthew had Jesus meet the two women on the road, while Luke had the risen Jesus meet two men on the road, so the "Long Ending" simply had Jesus appear to two of them, thus elegantly harmonising the two accounts of Matthew and Luke.
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5 C's of Credit refer to the factors that lenders of money evaluate to determine credit worthiness of a borrower. They are the following: 1. Borrower's CHARACTER … 2. Borrower's CAPACITY to repay the loan 3. COLLATERAL or security/guarantee for the obligation 4. Borrower's CAPITAL (business networth) or downpayment for the loan 5. Present and anticipated CONDITIONS of the borrower, collateral, business, and the industry or economy in general
Is it true that The appearances of Jesus after resurrection mentioned in Mark are all in the apocryphal supplement and that the Gospel of Mark proper does not record a single appearance of Jesus?
The earliest manuscripts of the Gospel According to St Mark end at verse 16:8, when the women fled after being told by the young man that Jesus was risen. There have been two… later additions to Mark's Gospel, called the "short ending" and the "long ending", which provide resurrection appearances and attempt to harmonise the Gospel with those of Matthew and Luke. It has been noted that the long ending uses a different writing style to the main body of Mark. It is the long ending that is published in most modern Bibles.
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Raising of Jairus' daughter from the dead. Casting out demons from the man from from the country of Gadarenes.
Confirm, clear, cordon, check, control
Throughout the Gospel of Mark, there are regular examples of Jesus admonishing both people and demons not to reveal to others who he truly was. Over the centuries this has gi…ven way to a number of unsatisfying theological explanations as to why Jesus did not want his identity known, when reason would tell us that the success of his mission, and even the justification for his miracles, called for the widest possible knowledge of his identity and powers. Apart from theological reasons, there may be other explanations. Mark's Gospel was written approximately 70 CE, barely 40 years after the traditional time of the crucifixion. It may simply be that the author need an explanation as to why none of his readers had ever heard of Jesus. If he had really performed so many wonders and miracles, it could be that people would have expected word to have got around. The "messianic secret" could have been a defence against this. Another possible explanation is given by Dennis R. MacDonald (The Homeric Epics and the Gospel of Mark), who has made a study of the early Christian writings in the context of the epics of Homer. He believes that the author of Mark was actually developing the character of Jesus as a parallel to that of Odysseus. As for the messianic secret, he says that Odysseus, like Jesus, had to keep his identity secret from those who opposed him but could reveal it to those who were his allies (For example, Odysseus' crew/ Jesus' disciples).
Mark mentions that Mary Magdalene was first. None of the other Gospels specify which was first.
If you mean the 5 C's, like you learn in school and such, it's Cotton Citrus Copper Climate Cattle
conciseness completeness clarity convincing correctness
the blue crane
5cc? cc means cubic centimetres which is equal to ml, so 5ml. if you mean cl, then that is equal to 50ml
The cast of Post Mark Lick - 2003 includes: Caroline John