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Questions related to the four canonical gospels-Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Questions may refer to narratives unique to a gospel or shared between gospels.

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Mark immediately draws attention in his book to two prophecies. He quotes Malachi first, despite that Isaiah is the greater prophet and despite that Isaiah is first in precedence in history Thus, Mark …
answered Mar 16 by Nigel J
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And there followed him a certain young man, having a linen cloth cast about his unclothedness ; and the young men laid hold on him. And he left the linen cloth and fled from them, unclothed. Mark 1 …
answered Nov 4 '18 by Nigel J
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I think the importance lies in the expression "The Son of man". This expression is ambiguous. It can be read as 'the son of man' meaning any son of any man. Or it can be read as "The Son; of man". Tha …
answered Sep 24 '17 by Nigel J
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Another answer has competently dealt with the prophetic aspect asked for in the question. I want to look at the symbolic aspect, asked for in the question, regarding the darkness during the crucifixio …
answered Feb 22 '18 by Nigel J
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This passage is in response to the disciples requesting Jesus to 'increase our faith', instead of them obediently doing as they were told to do, namely forgive their brother up to seventy times seven …
answered Sep 12 by Nigel J
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It is easier to say 'Thy sins be forgiven thee'. The audience will not see anything happen. Anyone can say to anyone else, 'Thy sins be forgiven' and nobody will be any the wiser - until the Day of J …
answered Jan 4 by Nigel J
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This is an effect seen throughout the prophetic writings of the Hebrew scriptures and also in the apostolic writings, particularly in the apocalypse. The effect can be seen in the writings of all the …
answered Sep 13 by Nigel J
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Jesus clearly did not agree with the idea that 'Moses and the Jewish writings should not be relied upon'. For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me: for he wrote of me. John 5:46 KJV. …
answered May 10 by Nigel J