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165: Mark’s High Human Christology (Chapter 6)

165: Mark’s High Human Christology (Chapter 6)

March 25, 2021

This episode explores the Christology portrayed in Mark chapter six. We first look at Jesus' hometown rejection, where he outright claims to be a prophetic figure. Next, we examine Jesus' claim to be the shepherd of the sheep. Third, we ask about the Christological portrayal of Jesus when he miraculously divides the loaves and the fish. Lastly, we ask what sort of thing is Jesus saying when he speaks of himself as he walks on the water. It is concluded that Mark depicted Jesus in chapter six as a highly authorized and empowered human agent of God.

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164: Mark’s High Human Christology (Chapters 4-5)

164: Mark’s High Human Christology (Chapters 4-5)

March 18, 2021

As we continue to work through the high christological statements in the Gospel of Mark, we come across three fascinating stories. First, Jesus demonstrates authority over the wind and the seas, something regularly attributed to Yahweh. Second, Jesus receives worship from the demonized man. Lastly, Jesus calls himself "the Lord." This episode explores how these exalted things describing Jesus make the most sense as pertaining to one who is authorized and empowered by God.

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163: Mark’s High Human Christology (Chapters 2-3)

163: Mark’s High Human Christology (Chapters 2-3)

March 11, 2021

As we continue our study in the Gospel of Mark in order to better understand the highest and most exalted things said of Jesus, we come across some interesting passages. Jesus claims to be the Lord of the Sabbath. Jesus also renames disciples and commissions them in ministry. Furthermore, Jesus redefines the family structure. And yet, Jesus performs all these feats while remaining a human being, a highly authorized agent of God. 

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162: Mark’s High Human Christology (Chapters 1-2)

162: Mark’s High Human Christology (Chapters 1-2)

March 4, 2021

Too often, interpreters interested in Christology gravitate to their favorite verses while ignoring passages used by their opponents. This episode begins a study that looks at Mark's Gospel to wrestle with the most difficult things it has to say for the Biblical Unitarian position. We focus on the highest, most exalted claims of Jesus. The goal is to better understand and become more comfortable with all that the Gospel of Mark teaches about Jesus.

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