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The Gospel According to Mark (,, to euangelion kata Markon ), commonly shortened to the Gospel of Mark or simply Mark, is the second book of the New Testament.
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According to the Gospel of Matthew, at the death of Jesus tombs were opened, and at his resurrection many saints who had died emerged from their tombs and went into " the holy city ", presumably New Jerusalem.
According to the 11th century Byzantine historian Georgios Kedrenos an uncial manuscript of Matthew's Gospel, believed to be that found by Anthemios, was then still preserved in the Chapel of St Stephen in the imperial palace.
According to one version of the Gospel of Barnabas, Jesus denied being the Messiah, claiming rather that the Messiah would be Ishmaelite ( i. e. Arab ):
According to the canonical Gospels, Jesus was the " son " ( descendant ) of David ; thus, Hajj Sayed argues that this statement confirms the Gospel of Barnabas ' point.
The Gospel According to Luke (, to kata Loukan euangelion ), commonly shortened to the Gospel of Luke or simply Luke, is the third and longest of the four canonical Gospels.
Early on, the gospel was given the title Gospel According to Luke (, kata Loukan euangelion, or, to euangelion kata Loukan ).
The Gospel According to Matthew (, to euangelion kata Matthaion ) ( Gospel of Matthew or simply Matthew ) is one of the four canonical gospels, one of the three synoptic gospels, and the first book of the New Testament.
Papias does not identify his Matthew, but by the end of the 2nd century the tradition of Matthew the tax-collector had become widely accepted, and the line " The Gospel According to Matthew " began to be added to manuscripts.
The Gospel According to John ( Greek τὸ κατὰ Ἰωάννην εὐαγγέλιον ), commonly referred to as the Gospel of John or simply John and often referred to in New Testament scholarship as the Fourth Gospel, is an account of the public ministry of Jesus.
According to scholar Ronald Cameron, it was originally composed some time between the middle of the 1st century and early in the 2nd century, and it was probably written shortly before the Gospel of John.
* " The Hound of Heaven " is the title of the fifth chapter in Robert L. Short's 1965 book The Gospel According to Peanuts where he describes Snoopy as a " little Christ " carrying out " Christ's ambivalent work of humbling the exalted and exalting the humble.
Previous attempts have included Piece Of My Heart, which was to star Renée Zellweger or Brittany Murphy ; The Gospel According To Janis, with director Penelope Spheeris and starring either Zooey Deschanel or P! nk ; and an untitled film thought to be an adaptation of Laura Joplin's Off-Broadway play about her sister, with the show's star, Laura Theodore, attached.
Ashcroft has penned and sung a number of other songs and created compilation tapes, including In the Spirit of Life and Liberty and Gospel ( Music ) According to John.
According to the Gospel of Mary, they may refer to " the seven powers of wrath " spoken of in 8: 18-19:
Gospel and Mark
A similar confusion occurs in Gospel of Mark 2: 26: In reporting Jesus ' words, the evangelist confused Abiathar with Ahimelech, a mistake into which he was led by the constant association of David ‘ s name with Abiathar.
Some scholars see Adoptionist concepts in the Gospel of Mark and in the writings of the Apostle Paul.
Due to recorded predictions of the destruction of the temple, the Gospel of Mark is believed by many critical scholars to have been composed around or shortly after the fall of Jerusalem due to prophecies assumed to be ex post facto regarding the destruction of the temple, and both traditional and critical scholarly consensus maintains that it was the first written of the four canonical gospels.
The words, " Today I have begotten you ," are omitted from the canonical Gospel of Mark, however, and it is therefore generally believed to have less adoptionist tendencies than the Gospel of the Hebrews.
Bede's works included Commentary on Revelation, Commentary on the Catholic Epistles, Commentary on Acts, Reconsideration on the Books of Acts, On the Gospel of Mark, On the Gospel of Luke, and Homilies on the Gospels.
Although many assume that the biblical Mark the Cousin of Barnabas ( Colossians 4: 10 ) is the same as John Mark ( Acts 12: 12, 25 ; 13: 5, 13 ; 15: 37 ) and Mark the Evangelist, the traditionally believed author of the Gospel of Mark, according to Hippolytus of Rome, the three " Mark " s are distinct persons.
First page of Gospel of Mark | Mark, by Sargis Pitsak ( 14th century ): " The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God ".
The opening words in the Gospel of Mark, namely " The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God " also identify Jesus as both Christ and the Son of God.
" Although his answer is given merely as su eipas ( thou hast said it ), the Gospel of Mark states the answer as ego eimi ( I am ) and there are instances from Jewish literature in which the expression, " thou hast said it ", is equivalent to " you are right ".
The term is used by Jesus Christ in the Olivet discourse, according to both the Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Mark.
Many biblical scholars conclude that Matthew 24: 15 and Mark 13: 14 are prophecies after the event about the siege of Jerusalem in AD 70 by the Roman general Titus ( see Dating of the Gospel of Mark ).
The rate of exchange of 1: 60 implied in the Gospel of Barnabas was, however, a commonplace of late medieval interpretation of the counterpart passage in the canonical Gospels ( Mark 12: 42 ), arising from the standard medieval understanding of minuti as meaning ' a sixtieth part '.
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At Matins on Sundays and feast days throughout the year, special hymns called anavathmoi (, from βαθμός, ' step '; Slavonic: stepénnyi ) are chanted immediately before the prokeimenon and Matins Gospel.
Alexandria may have chosen it because it was the day that Christ was crucified according to the Gospel of John ( 18: 28, 19: 14 ), in direct contradiction to the Synoptic Gospels (, Mark 14: 12, and Luke 22: 7 ), who state that he was crucified after he ate the Seder, his Last Supper.
The three Synoptic Gospels refer to a man called Simon of Cyrene who is made to carry the cross (,, ), while in the Gospel of John () Jesus is made to carry His own cross.
It appears in the Gospel of John (,,, ) where it may be translated into English as " counselor ", " helper ", encourager, advocate, or " comforter ".
The phrase the disciple whom Jesus loved (, ho mathētēs hon ēgapā ho Iēsous ) or, in John 20: 2, the Beloved Disciple (, hon ephilei ho Iēsous ) is used five times in the Gospel of John, but in no other New Testament accounts of Jesus.
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The word Injil is derived from the Greek word ( euangelion ) which means ' good news ' ( the term injil is also used by Christian Arabs for their gospels ; e. g. Gospel of John, ( ) as well as Indonesian Christians ; e. g. Injil Yohanes ).
Through the communication of God's Word ( logos and rhema ) comes the message of the Gospel ( euangelion ).
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After describing the manifestation of the Gospel in the Ogdoad and Hebdomad, he adds that the Basilidians have a long account of the innumerable creations and powers in the several ' stages ' of the upper world ( diastemata ), in which they speak of 365 heavens and say that " their great archon " is Abrasax, because his name contains the number 365, the number of the days in the year ; i. e. the sum of the numbers denoted by the Greek letters in ΑΒΡΑΣΑΞ according to the rules of isopsephy is 365:
In addition to Triumphant Democracy ( 1886 ), and The Gospel of Wealth ( 1889 ), he also wrote An American Four-in-hand in Britain ( 1883 ), Round the World ( 1884 ), The Empire of Business ( 1902 ), The Secret of Business is the Management of Men ( 1903 ), James Watt ( 1905 ) in the Famous Scots Series, Problems of Today ( 1907 ), and his posthumously published autobiography Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie ( 1920 ).
John's Gospel was written in Greek, and the Greek word translated as again is ανωΘεν ( anothen ), which could mean again, or from above.
The term " Christology from above " refers to approaches that begin with the divinity and pre-existence of Christ as the Logos ( the Word ), as expressed in the prologue to the Gospel of John ().
The word docetai ( illusionists ) referring to early groups who denied Jesus's humanity, first occurred in a letter by Bishop Serapion of Antioch ( 197-203 ), who discovered the doctrine in the Gospel of Peter, during a pastoral visit to a Christian community using it in Rhosus, and later condemned it as a forgery.
Perhaps the first use of the term deist is in Pierre Viret's Instruction Chrétienne en la doctrine de la foi et de l ' Évangile ( Christian teaching on the doctrine of faith and the Gospel ) ( 1564 ), reprinted in Bayle's Dictionnaire entry Viret.
The harmony does not include Jesus ' encounter with the adulteress ( John 7: 53 – 8: 11 ), a passage that is generally considered to be a spurious late addition to the Gospel of John, with the Diatessaron itself often used as an early textual witness to support this.
However, in many traditions ( given the inherent tendency of Christian liturgical texts to ossification ), it was not unusual for subsequent Christian generations to seek to provide paraphrased Gospel versions in language closer to the vernacular of their own day.
An Old Latin version of Tatian's Syriac text appears to have circulated in the West from the late 2nd century ; with a sequence adjusted to conform more closely to that of the canonical Gospel of Luke, and also including additional material ( such as the pericope of the adulteress ), possibly from the Gospel of the Hebrews.
The most important work of this last period is the Ecclesiastes or " Gospel Preacher " ( Basel, 1536 ), in which he comments on the function of preaching.
* Praeparatio evangelica ( Preparation for the Gospel ), commonly known by its Latin title, which attempts to prove the excellence of Christianity over every pagan religion and philosophy.
This Gospel is considered by the majority of academics, including Christians and some Muslims ( such as Abbas el-Akkad ) to be late and pseudepigraphical ; however, some academics suggest that it may contain some remnants of an earlier apocryphal work ( perhaps Gnostic, Ebionite or Diatessaronic ), redacted to bring it more in line with Islamic doctrine.
A " Gospel according to Barnabas " is mentioned in two early Christian lists of apocryphal works: the Latin Decretum Gelasianum ( 6th century ), as well as a 7th-century Greek List of the Sixty Books.
Standard Muslim teaching asserts that the Injil, the prophetic Gospel delivered through the prophet Isa ( Jesus of Nazareth ), has been irretrievably corrupted and distorted in the course of Christian transmission.
* R. Blackhirst, " The Medieval Gospel of Barnabas ": Full text of the Italian ms of Gospel of Barnabas, ( in English ), with supplementary material and photographs