REVIEW FINAL EXAM 2012 REVIEW FINAL EXAM 2012 JESUS AND FILM Apostles Disciples Messianic Secret Sanhedrin Messianic Mystery Symbolic of the twelve tribes of Israel; they are the leaders of the new People of God. As Jesus healed, preached, and taught, he revealed he was the promised Messiah. One of the groups in Mark’s Gospel who opposed Jesus. Refers to the paradox that the Messiah will have to suffer and die for others. Must be willing to suffer for and serve others. Herod Synagogues David Parables Peacemakers Where Jews and Christians worshiped together before the war against Rome Joseph is a descendant of this King This king ordered the Massacre of the Infants What Jesus commissions us to be in our own lives Stories of Jesus that give us clues about the kingdom of heaven Women Good Samaritan Mary Salvation History Table Fellowship The link in salvation history between the Old and New Testaments. Given a prominent role in Luke’s Gospel The lesson of extending love of neighbor to include everyone- even one’s enemies. A sign of acceptance, unity and closeness The ongoing work of the Spirit MATTHEW AND LUKE: GENEALOGY AND INFANCY NARRATIVES AND BEATITUDES Bethlehem Beatitudes Nazareth Holy Spirit Incarnation Jesus was conceived by this power Where Jesus was born Where Jesus was raised Allows us to share in God’s divinity Instructions on how we should live MARK MATTHEW LUKE JOHN ALL 4 GOSPELS: Evangelist spreading the Good news of Jesus’ Resurrection The miracle of the feeding of the five thousand. Focuses on the humanity and suffering of Jesus Was written by a Gentile author for a Gentile audience. Genealogy traces Jesus ancestors to Adam. Infancy narratives include three shepherds. Focuses on Jesus as the universal savior of the world. Was written by a Jewish author for a Jewish Christian audience. Genealogy traces Jesus ancestors to Abraham and David. Infancy narratives include three magi or wise men. Focuses on Jesus the promised Messiah through his teaching. Opens with a prologue very similar to the story of creation in Genesis. "IN THE BEGINNING" Focuses on Jesus as the ‘Word’ and Son of God.