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NEW TESTAMENT GOSPEL OUTLINES Structural Analyses Matthew Mark Luke John Passion Narratives (Harmonized) Resurrection Narratives (Harmonized)

Matthew Overview Genealogy and Infancy Narrative (1:1­2:23) Part 1: Proclamation of the Kingdom (3:1­7:29) · Discourse: Sermon on the Mount (5:1­7:29) Part 2: Galilean Ministry (8:1­10:42) · Discourse: Mission Sermon (10:1­42) Part 3: Opposition to Jesus (11:1­13:52) · Discourse: Sermon in Parables (13:1­52) Part 4: Rejection by Israel (13:54­18:25) · Discourse: Sermon on the Church (18:1­35) Part 5: Journey to and Ministry in Jerusalem (19:1­25:46) · Discourse: Eschatological Sermon (24:1­25:46) Climax: Passion, Death, and Resurrection (26:1­28:20)

Detailed View Genealogy (1:1­17) · Abraham to David · David to exile · Exile to Christ Infancy Narrative (1:18­2:23) · Conception and Birth (1:18­25) N first formula quotation, 1:23 = Isaiah 7:14 LXX · Visit of the Wise Men (Epiphany; 2:1­12) N second formula quotation, 2:6 = Micah 5:2, 2 Samuel 5:2 · Escape into Egypt (2:13­15) N third formula quotation, 2:15b = Hosea 11:1

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Massacre of the Innocents (2:16­18) N fourth formula quotation, 2:18 = Jeremiah 31:15 Return to Nazareth (2:19­23) N fifth formula quotation, 2:23b = ?

Part 1: Proclamation of the Kingdom (3:1­7:29) Narrative (3:1­4:25) · Proclamation of John the Baptist (3:1­12) N sixth formula quotation, 3:3 = Isaiah 40:3 · Baptism of Jesus (3:13­17) · Temptations of Jesus (4:1­11) · Jesus Begins His Galilean Ministry (4:12­17) N seventh formula quotation, 4:15­16 = Isaiah 9:1­2 · Jesus Calls His First Disciples (4:18­22) · Jesus Ministers to Crowds (4:23­25) DISCOURSE : SERMON ON THE MOUNT (5:1­7:29) · The Kingdom of Heaven: The Beatitudes (5:1­12) · Marks of the Disciple (5:13­16) · The Fulfillment of the Law (5:17­48) N 6 Antitheses (5:21­47) P anger (5:21­26) P adultery (5:27­30) P marriage (5:31­32) P oaths (5:33­37) P retaliation (5:38­42) P enemies (5:43­47) N The Great Injunction: Be Ye Perfect (5:48) · True Piety (6:1­18) N Almsgiving (6:1­4) N Prayer and forgiveness (6:5­15) P The Lord's Prayer (6:9­13) N Fasting (6:16­18) N Orientation towards God P Wealth and true treasure (6:19­21) P Dependence upon God (6:22­34) N Proper Conduct (7:1­12) · Warnings (7:13­29) Part 2: Galilean Ministry (8:1­10:42) Narrative mixed with dialogue (8:1­9:38) · Miracle Stories 1 (8:2­17) N Leper (8:2­4)

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N Centurion's Servant (8:5­13) N Simon's Mother­in­law and Many Other (8:14­17) N Eighth Formula Quotation, 8:17 = Isaiah 53:4 · Would­be Followers (8:18­22) · Miracle Stories 2 (8:23­9:8) N Stilling the Storm (8:23­27) N Gadarene Demonics (8:28­34) N Paralytic (9:2­8) · Call of Matthew (9:9, call story) · Controversy Narratives (9:10­17) N Tax Collectors and Sinners (9:10­13) N Fasting: the New and the Old (9:14­17) · Miracle Stories 3 (9:18­35) N Girl Restored to Life 1 (9:18­19) N Woman with Issue of Blood (9:20­22) N Girl Restored to Life 2 (9:23­26) N Two Blind Men (9:27­32) N Dumb Man (9:32­35) · The Need for Laborers (9:36­38) DISCOURSE : MISSION SERMON (10:1­42) · Calling of the Twelve (10:1­4) · Mission of the Twelve (10:5­15) · Coming Persecutions (10:16­33) · The Cost of Discipleship (10:34­39) · Rewards for Discipleship (10:40­42) Part 3: Opposition to Jesus (11:1­13:52) Narrative (11:1­12:50) · John the Baptist as a Precursor in Rejection (11:1­19) · Denunciations or "Woes" (11:20­24) · Jesus' Prayer (11:25­30) · Controversy Narratives (12:1­42) N the Sabbath and Grain (12:1­8) N the Sabbath and Healing the Withered Hand (12:9­21) P Ninth Formula Quotation, 12:18­21 = Isaiah 42:1­4 (Free Rendering) N Jesus' Healings and Beelzebub (12:22­37) P Parable of a Tree and its Fruit (12:33­37) N Sign of Jonah (12:38­42) · Parable of the Return of the Unclean Spirit (12:42­45) · Jesus' True Family (12:46­50) DISCOURSE : SERMON IN PARABLES (13:1­52) · Sower (13:1­23)

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Purpose of Parables (Narrative, 13:10­17) P Tenth Formula Quotation, 13:14b­15 = Isaiah 6:9­10 N Parable of Sower Explained (13:18­23) Wheat and Tares (13:24­30) Mustard Seed (13:31­32) Leaven (13:33) Use of Parables (Discourse, 13:34­35) N Eleventh Formula Quotation, 13:35b = Psalm 78:2 Parable of the Tares Explained (Discourse, 13:36­43) Treasure, Pearl of Great Price, and Net Compared to Kingdom of Heaven (13:44­50) Scribe Prepared for the Kingdom (13:51­52)

Part 4: Rejection by Israel (13:53­18:35) Narrative mixed with dialogue (13:53­17:27) · Rejection at Nazareth (13:53­58) · Death of John the Baptist (14:1­12) · Miracle Stories 4 (14:13­36) N Feeding of the Five Thousand (plus women and children, 14:13­21) N Jesus Walks on the Water (14:22­33) P Peter's Attempt (14:28­31) N Jesus heals many (14:34­36) · Conflict with Authorities: Christ on Pharisaic Traditions (15:1­9, conflict narrative) N Things That Defile (15:10­20, narrative, parable, and teaching discourse) · Miracle Stories 5 (15:21­39) N Exorcizing the Daughter of the Canaanite Woman (15:21­28) N Healing Many People (15:29­31) N Feeding the Four Thousand (Plus Women and Children, 15:32­39) · Rejection by Authorities: Demand for a Sign (16:1­4) N Yeast of the Pharisees and Sadducees (16:5­12, parable looking to the feedings) · Peter's Declaration (16:13­20) · Passion Prediction 1 (16:21­23, correction narrative [see Mark 8:31­10:52 below]) · The Cross and Self-Denial (16:24­28, teaching saying) · Transfiguration (17:1­13, apocalyptic vision) · Lesson about Faith: the Healing of the Young Demonic (17:14­20, Healing story moving to a teaching discourse) N Faith as a Mustard Seed . . . (17:19­20, parable) · Passion Prediction 2 (17:22­23, sans correction) · Question about the Temple Tax/members of the Kingdom as Children of God (17:24­27) N Rejected by Israel (represented by townsmen in nazareth and authorities): Christ Pronounces His Followers Children of the Kingdom (providing a segue to the Discourse on the Church. DISCOURSE : SERMON ON THE CHURCH (18:1­35)

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Precedence in the Kingdom (18:1­9) Disciplining Those Who Mislead: Cutting off Those Who Cause Stumbling (18:8­9) N Seeking Those Who Are Lost (18:10­14, Parable of the Lost Sheep) Disciplining Those Who Wrong: Cutting off Those Who Are Still Unrepentant (18:15­20) N Forgiveness (18:21­22) N the Unforgiving Servant (18:23­35, parable)

Part 5: Journey to and Ministry in Jerusalem (19:1­25:46) Narrative Mixed with Dialogue (19:1­23:39) · On the Road to Jerusalem (19:1­20:34) N Teachings (19:1­20:17, discourses and a parable) P Jesus Moves into the Perea (19:1­2, narrative transition) P On Divorce (19:3­12) P Children and the Kingdom (19:13­15) P True Riches: the Young Man and the Apostles (19:16­30) P Parable of the Laborers in the Vineyard (20:1­16) N Passion Prediction 3 (20:17­19, correction narrative) P Precedence in the Kingdom: the Mother of James and John (20:20­28) N Jesus Heals Two Blind Men (20:29­34, healing story) · Jerusalem Ministry (21:1­23:39) N Triumphal Entry (21:1­11, narrative) P Twelfth Formula Quotation 21:4­5 = Isaiah 62:11 and Zechariah 9:9 N Jesus Cleanses the Temple (21:12­17; narrative) P Cursing of the Fig Tree (21:18­22, miracle [cursing] story) N Authority of Jesus Questioned (21:23­27, controversy narrative) N Old Israel Rejected (21:28­22:14) P Parable of the Two Sons (21:28­32) P Parable of the Wicked Tenants (21:33­46) P Parable of the Wedding Banquet (22:1­10) P Parable of the Man Without a Wedding Garment (22:11­14) N Attempts to Trap Jesus in His Words (22:15­46, controversy narratives) P Question about Paying Taxes (22:15­22, Pharisees and Herodians) P Question about the Resurrection (22:23­33, Sadducees) P Question about the Greatest Commandment (22:34­40, Pharisees) P Question about David's Son (22:41­46, Christ to the Pharisees) N Denunciation of the Leaders of Old Israel (23:1­36) P Hypocrisy of Scribes and Pharisees (23:1­12) P Seven Prophetic "Woes" (23:13­36) N Lament over Jerusalem (23:37­39, segue to Eschatological Sermon) DISCOURSE : ESCHATOLOGICAL SERMON (24:1­25:46; SEE JS­MATTHEW 1, WHICH STARTS WITH 23:39) · Prophesies: Warnings of Destruction (24:1­35)

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N Destruction of the Temple (24:1­2) N Signs of the End Time (24:3­8) N Persecutions Foretold (24:9­14) N Abomination of Desolation (24:15­28) N Parousia (Second Coming) Foreseen (24:29­31) N Lesson of the Fig Tree (24:32­35) Teachings: The Necessity for Watchfulness (24:36­25:46) N "But of That Day and Hour Knoweth No Man . . ." (24:36­44) N Parables of the Parousia (24:45­25:46) P Parable of the Faithful and Unfaithful Slave (24:45­51) P Parable of the Tens Bridesmaids (25:1­13) P Parable of the Talents (25:14­30) P Parable of the King's Division of the Sheep and the Goats (25:31­46)

Climax: Passion, Death, and Resurrection (26:1­28:20) · Setting the Scene for the Passion (26:1­16) N The Plot to Kill Jesus (26:1­5) N The Anointing at Bethany (26:6­13) N Judas Agrees to Betray Jesus (26:14­16) · Last Hours with the Disciples (26:17­35) N Preparation of "the Passover" (26:17­19) N Last Supper with the Disciples (26:20­25) N Institution of the Lord's Supper (26:26­30) N Peter's Denial Foretold (26:31­35) See Passion and Resurrection Narratives (Harmonized) below Gethsemane (Matt 26:36­47) Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus (26:47­56) Jewish Hearing and Roman Trial (26:57­27:31a) The Crucifixion and Burial (27:31b­66) Resurrection (28)

Mark Overview Heading (1:1) Prologue (1:2­13) Act I: Authoritative Mission in Galilee (1:14­8:30) Act II: On the Road to Jerusalem (8:31­10:52) Act III: Climax in Jerusalem (11:1­16:8)

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Detailed View Heading (1:1) Prologue (1:2­13) · John the Baptist in the wilderness (1:2­11) · 40 days in the wilderness (1:12­13) Act I: Authoritative Mission in Galilee (1:14­8:30 ) Authoritative Ministry Begins: Narrative and Miracle/healing Stories (1:14­45) · The Gospel Message (1:14­15) · Jesus Calls the First Disciples (1:16­20) · Early Miracles (1:21­45) N Casts out an Unclean Spirit (1:21­28) N Heals Many at Simon's House (1:29­39) N Cleanses a Leper (1:40­45) Five Controversy Narratives (2:1­3:6) · Dispute over the Healing of the Man with Palsy (2:1­12, embedded in a healing story, providing a bridge with chapter 1) · Controversial Call of Levi (2:13­17) · Questions about Fasting (2:18­22) · Disagreements about the Sabbath (2:23­28) · Healing the Withered Hand on the Sabbath (3:1­6) Transitional summary report: return to general healing stories of the ministry narrative (3:7­12) Teachings and Deeds of Jesus Christ Framed by the Calling of the Twelve and the Lord's Rejection by Family and Townsmen (3:13­6:6a) · Frame: Acceptance and Rejection (3:13­35) N Jesus Appoints the Twelve (3:13­19a) P Rejection by His Family (3:19b­21) P Opposition from the Authorities (3:22­30) N The True Kindred of Jesus (3:31­35) · Parabolic Teaching (4:1­34) N Narrative transition: teaches with parables (4:1­2) N Jesus' Parables (4:3­32) P Parable of the Sower (4:3­20) - Purpose of Parables and Interpretation (4:10­20) P Parable of the Candlestick (4:21­25) - Interpretation (4:24­25) P Parable of the Growing Seed (4:26­29) - No interpretation P Parable of the Mustard Seed (4:30­32)

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- No interpretation N Narrative transition: purpose of parables (4:33­34) Mighty Deeds (4:35­5:43) N Jesus Stills a Storm (4:35­41, miracle story; bridge to Chapter 5) N Healing of the Gerasene Demonic (Authority over Spiritual, Otherworldly Power; 5:1­20, miracle story) N Narrative Transition: Crossing the Sea Again, Looking Back to Chapter 4 (5:21) N Authority over the Physical Body (5:22­43, miracle stories) P Raising of Jairus' Daughter A (5:22­24) P Healing of the Woman with the Issue of Blood (5:25­34) P Raising of Jairus' Daughter B (5:35­43) Frame: Rejection N People of Nazareth refuse to believe, are denied the miracles witnessed elsewhere (6:1­6a)

Transitional summary report: "And he went about the villages, teaching." (6:6b, narrative) Frame: The Twelve and John (6:7­8:30, narrative) · The Mission of the Twelve (6:7­13) · The Death of John the Baptist (6:14­29) · The Return of the Twelve (6:30) · Great Deeds 1 (6:31­6:56, miracle stories) N Feeding the Five Thousand (6:31­44) N Walking on Water (6:45­52) N Healing the Sick at Gennesaret (6:53­56) · Christ on Pharisaic Traditions (7:1­23, conflict narrative) · Great Deeds 2 (7:24­8:26, miracle stories) N Transition: 7:24 = 7:22­23 JST "And from thence he arose, and went into the borders of Tyre and Sidon, and entered into a house, and would that no man should come unto him. But he could not deny them; for he had compassion upon all men." (narrative) N Exorcizing the Daughter of the Syrophoenecian Woman (7:24­30) N Curing the Deaf Man (7:31­37) N Feeding the Four Thousand (8:1­9) N Controversy with the Pharisees (8:10­21) P Demand for a sign (8:11­13, narrative) P The Yeast of the Pharisees and Herod (8:14­21, teaching discourse) P 8:18­21 on symbolism of twelve and seven baskets of bread fragments, "How is it that you do not understand? N Jesus Cures a Blind Man (8:22­26) Frame: Peter's Declaration (8:27­30, narrative) Act II: On the Road to Jerusalem (8:31­10:52) (The passion predictions begin: "the shadow

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of the cross falls across the narrative") CYCLE 1: PREDICTION , MISUNDERSTANDING , INSTRUCTION (8:31­9:1, correction narrative) Jesus foretells his death and resurrection · The Transfiguration (9:2­13, apocalyptic vision) N Vision of Jesus, Moses, and Elijah in Glory (9:2­8) N Jesus' Charge to Peter, James, and John (9:9­10) N Questions about Elijah (9:11­13) · Healing the young demonic (9:14­29, healing story) CYCLE 2: PREDICTION , MISUNDERSTANDING , INSTRUCTION (9:30­37, correction narrative) Jesus again foretells his death and resurrection · Teaching narratives (9:38­10:31) N Teaching at Capernaum (9:38­50) P Another heals in the name of Jesus: he who is not against us is with us (9:38­41) P Temptations to sin (9:42­49) N Teachings on the Borders of Judea: the Ethics of Discipleship (10:1­31) P Jesus Moves into Perea (10:1, narrative transition) P On Marriage (10:2­12) P On Receiving the Kingdom as a Child (10:13­16) P On Worldliness: The Rich Young Man (10:17­31) N Ethics of Discipleship (10:1­31, teaching discourses) CYCLE 3: PREDICTION , MISUNDERSTANDING , INSTRUCTION (10:32­45, correction narrative) Jesus foretells his death and resurrection a third time · The healing of blind Bartimaeus (10:46­52, healing story) Alternate structure: Three cycles of prediction, misunderstanding, and instruction framed by the healing of the blind man (8:22­26) and blind Bartimaeus (10:46­52), emphasizing the blindness of the disciples to the full mission of the Savior Act III: Climax in Jerusalem (11:1­16:8) Jesus' Ministry in Jerusalem (11:1­12:44) · Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem (11:1­11, narrative) · Cursing of the fig tree and the cleansing of the temple (11:12­19, miracle [cursing] story, narrative describing enacted prophecy) N Fruitless fig tree cursed (11:12­14) N Cleansing of the Temple (11:15­19) N Lesson from the withered fig tree (11:20­21, parable) · Exhortations (11:22­26, teaching) N On Faith (11:22­24) N On Forgiveness (11:25­26) · Six Interrogations in the Temple (11:27­12:37, controversy narratives, cf. 3:6) N Jesus' authority questioned (11:27­33) N Parable of the Wicked Tenants (12:1­12) N Question over paying taxes (12:13­17)

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N Questions about the resurrection (12:18­27) N The great commandments (12:28­34) N Question about David's son (12:35­37) The scribes and the widow (12:38­44, narrative)

Jesus' Prophecy of the Destruction of Jerusalem: "The Little Apocalypse" (13:1­37) · Prophecies N Destruction of the Temple Foretold (13:1-8) N Persecution Foretold (13:9-13) N The "Abomination of Desolation" (13:14-23) N The Coming of the Son of Man (13:24-27) · Teachings N Lesson of the Fig Tree (13:28-31) N "Watch ye therefore . . ." (13:32-37) Setting the Scene for the Passion (14:1­11) · The Plot to Kill Jesus (14:1­2) · The Anointing at Bethany (14:3­9) · Judas Agrees to Betray Jesus (14:10­11) Last Hours with the Disciples (14:12­42) · Preparation of the "Passover" (14:12­16) · The Last Meal with the Disciples (14:17­21) · Institution of the Lord's Supper (14:22­25) · Peter's Denial Foretold (14:26­31) See Passion and Resurrection Narratives (Harmonized) below Gethsemane (14:32­42) Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus (14:43­52) Jewish Hearing and Roman Trial (14:53­15:20a) The Crucifixion and Burial (15:20b­47) Resurrection (16)

Luke Overview Prologue (1:1­4) Infancy Narrative (1:5­2:52) Preparation for Ministry (3:1­4:13) Galilean Ministry (4:14­9:50)

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Journey to Jerusalem (9:51­19:27) Jerusalem Ministry (19:28­21:38) Passion Narrative (22:1­23:56) Resurrection Narrative (24:1­53)

Detailed View Prologue (1:1­4) Infancy Narrative (1:5­2:52) · Birth of John the Baptist Foretold (1:5­25) · Birth of Jesus Foretold (Annunciation, 1:26­39) · the Visitation (Mary Visits Elizabeth, 1:40­56) N Canticle: Magnificat (1:46­55, "My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord") · Birth of John the Baptist (1:57­80) N Canticle: Benedictus (1:68­79, "Blessed Be the Lord God of Israel") · Birth of Jesus (2:1­7) · Shepherds and Angels N Canticle: Gloria in Excelsis (2:14, "Glory to God in the Highest") · the Presentation (Jesus Named and Temple Requirements Fulfilled, 2:21­40) N Canticle: Nunc Demittis (2:29­32, "Lord, Now Lettest Thou Thy Servant Depart in Peace") · the Boy Jesus Teaches in the Temple (2:41­52) Preparation for Ministry (3:1­4:13) · Historical Dating (3:1­2a) · John the Baptist and His Mission (3:2b­20) · Jesus' Baptism (3:21­22) · Genealogy (3:23­38) · Temptation (4:1­14) Galilean Ministry (4:14­9:50) · The Good News of the Kingdom (4:14­5:11) N narrative transition report (4:14­15) N Jesus teaches at Nazareth (4:16­30) N Jesus' work at Capernaum (4:31­44) P Teaching in the synagogue (4:31­32, narrative transition report) P Exorcism of a demonic (4:33­37, healing story) P Peter's mother­in­law (4:38­39, healing story) P Many sick and possessed healed (4:40­41, healing story) P Departure from Capernaum (4:42­444, narrative transition report)

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Mission of the Twelve (9:1­6) Herod's questions about Jesus (9:7­9) Feeding of 5,000 (9:10­17, miracle story) Peter's Confession (9:18­20) Passion Prediction 1 (9:19­27) The Transfiguration (9:28­36) Young man with a powerful evil spirit (9:37­43a) Passion Prediction 2 (9:43b­45, with associated correction narrative) P strife among the disciples over precedence (9:46­48) the unknown exorcist (9:49­50)

Beginning the Journey to Jerusalem (9:51­13:21, 9:51 narrative transition, "he stedfastly set his face to go to Jerusalem" ) · Duties and Privileges of Discipleship (9:51­10:24) N Jesus and the Samaritan Village (9:51­56) N Readiness for Discipleship (9:57­62) P "having put his hand to the plough . . ." (9:61­62) N Mission of the Seventy (10:1­20) P commission of the missionaries (10:1­16) P return of the missionaries (10:17­20) N Jesus' Thanksgiving to the Father (10:21­24) · Characteristics of Disciples (10:25­11:13) N The Lawyer's Question (10:25­28) P Parable of the Good Samaritan (10:29­37) N Mary and Martha (10:38­42) N Teachings on Prayer (11:1­13) P The Lord's Prayer (Lucan version, 11:1­4) P Parable of the Friend at Midnight (11:5­8) P Encouragement to Pray (11:9­13) · Jesus Meets Further Opposition (11:14­12:3) N Beelzebul Controversy (11:14­26) N True Blessedness (11:27­28) N Sign of Jonah (11:29­32) N Light and Darkness (11:33­36) P parable of the candlestick (11:33) N Hypocrisy of the Pharisees and Scribes (11:37­12:3) P beware of the leaven of the Pharisees (12:1­3) · Discipleship, Preparation, and the Coming Crisis (12:4­13:21) N Exhortation to Fearless Confession (12:4­12) N Earthly versus Heavenly Treasure P Parable of the Rich Fool (12:13­21) P Dependence upon the Lord (12:22­30)

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P Seeking the Kingdom of God First (12:32­34) Preparedness for the Coming of the Son of Man (12:35­48) P Parable of the Watchful Servants (12:35­40) P the parable explained (12:41­48) The Time of Judgment (12:49­59) P Jesus brings divisions (12:49­53) P signs of the times (12:54­57) P parable of reconciling with one's adversary (12:58­59) Repent or Perish (13:1­9) Healing the Bent Woman on the Sabbath (13:10­17) Parables of Growth (13:18­32) P the mustard seed (13:18­19) P the woman mixing dough (13:20­21)

The Journey Towards Jerusalem Continues: The Peraean Ministry (13:22­19:27; 13:22 narrative transition, "And he went through the cities and villages, teaching, and journeying toward Jerusalem.") · The Way to the Kingdom (13:23­14:35) N The Strait Gate (13:22­30) N Lament over Jerusalem (13:31­35) P introduced by the warning against Herod (13:31­33) N Healing the Man with Dropsy (14:1­6) N Parables of Humility and Hospitality(14:7­24) P Seats at the Wedding Feast (14:7­11) P Choice of Guests (14:12­14) P Parable of the Great Supper (14:15­24) N Cost of Discipleship (teaching discourse, 14:25­35) P parable of a man building a tower (14:28­30) P parable of man king going to war (14:32­32) P salt (14:34­35) · Parables of the Lost and Found (15:1­32) N Introduction (15:1­3) N The Lost Sheep (15:4­7) N The Lost Coin (15:8­10) N The Lost Son (or Parable of the Prodigal Son and His Brother, 15:11­32) · Warnings about Wealth (16:1­31) N Parable of the Dishonest Steward (or the Prudent Manager! 16:1­13) P interpolation on faithful stewardship (16:10­13) N The Law and the Kingdom (16:14­18) P rebuke of the Pharisees (16:14­15) P fulfillment of the law (16:16­17) P divorce (16:18)

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N Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus (16:19­31) Some Sayings of Jesus (Teachings for Disciples, 17:1­10) N Stumbling Blocks (17:1­2) N Unlimited Forgiveness (17:3­4) N Faith and the Mustard Seed (parable, 17:5­6) N Parable of the Unprofitable Servant (17:7­10) The Coming of the Son of Man (17:11­18:8) N Ten Lepers and the Grateful Samaritan (healing story/teaching discourse, 17:11­19) N The Coming of the Kingdom (teaching/apocalyptic discourse, 17:20­37) N Parable of the Widow and the Unjust Judge (18:1­8) The Scope of Salvation (or "The Gospel Net is Very Broad!" 18:9­19:10) N Parable of the Pharisee and the Publican (18:9­14) N Jesus Blesses the Little Children (18:15­17) N The Rich Young Ruler (18:18­30) N Passion Prediction 3 (18:31­34) N A Blind Beggar Recognizes the Son of David (healing story, 18:35­43) N Zacchaeus the Publican (19:1­10)

Jerusalem Ministry (19:11­21:38) · Parable of the Pounds (19:11­27) · Triumphal Approach to Jerusalem (Narrative, 19:28­40) · Jesus and Jerusalem (Narrative, 19:41­48) N Prophecy of the Destruction of Jerusalem (19:41­44) N Cleansing of the Temple (19:45­46) N Jesus Teaches in the Temple (19:47­48) · Teachings in the Temple (Teaching Discourses, 20:1­21:4) N Authority of Jesus Questioned (20:1­8) N Parable of the Wicked Tenants (20:9­19) N Question about Paying Tribute to Caesar (20:20­26) N Question about the Resurrection (20:27­40) N Question about David's Son (20:41­44) N Jesus Denounces the Scribes (20:45­47) N the Widow's Offering (21:1­4) · ESCHATOLOGICAL SERMON (Apocalyptic Discourse, 21:5­38) N Destruction of the Temple (21:5­6) N Deceptive Signs of the End (21:7­11) N Persecution of the Disciples (21:12­19) N Destruction of Jerusalem (21:20­24) N The Coming of the Son of Man (21:25­36) P Parable of the Fig Tree (21:29­33) P Be Prepared (21:34­36) · Daily Ministry in the Temple Summarized (narrative transition report, 21:37­38)

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Gospel Outline: John

Passion Narrative (22:1­23:56) · Setting the Scene for the Passion (22:1­26) N The Plot to Kill Jesus (22:1­2) N Judas Agrees to Betray Jesus (22:3­6) · The Last Supper (22:7­38) N Preparation of "the Passover" (22:7­13) N The Last Meal (22:14­18) N Institution of the Lord's Supper (22:19­20) N Jesus Foretells His Betrayal (Luke 22:21­23) N Dispute about Greatness (22:24­27) N Future Role of the Twelve (22:28­30) N Peter's Denial Foretold (22:31­34) N The Two Swords (22:35­38) · See Passion and Resurrection Narratives (Harmonized) below · Gethsemane (22:39­46) · Jesus' Arrest (22:47­53) · Jewish Hearing and Roman Trial (22:66­23:25) · The Crucifixion and Burial (23:26­56) Resurrection Narrative (24:1­53)

John Overview Prologue (the Logos Hymn; 1:1­18) The Book of Signs (1:19­12:50) · Initial Days of the Divine Revelation (1:19­2:11) · First to Second Cana Miracle (2:1­4:54, Overlaps with Initial Days) · Jewish Feasts and Their Replacements by Christ (5:1­10:42) · Raising of Lazarus and its Aftermath (11:1­12:50) · Scenes Preparatory to Passover and Death (12:1­36) · Conclusion to the Book of Signs (12:36b­50) The Book of Glory (Passion and Resurrection Narratives; 13:1­20:31) · the Last Supper (13:1­17:26) · The Passion (18:1­19:42) · The Resurrection (20:1­29) · Conclusion to the Book of Glory: Statement of the Author's Purpose (20:30­31) Epilogue (21:1­25)

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Gospel Outline: John

Detailed View Prologue (The Logos Hymn; 1:1­18) The Book of Signs (1:19­12:50) Initial Days of the Divine Revelation (1:19­2:11) · John as a Witness (1:19­34) N Concerning His Own Mission (1:19­28) N Concerning Jesus (1:29­34) · The Baptist's Disciples Come to Jesus (1:35­51) N Andrew and "another" (1:35­40) N Simon Peter (1:41­42) N Philip and Nathanael (1:43­51) First to Second Cana Miracle (2:1­4:54, overlaps with initial days) · First Sign: Water to Wine at the Wedding at Cana (miracle story, 2:1­11) · Jesus Goes to Capernaum (narrative transition report, 2:12) · Jesus at the First Passover (2:13­25) N The Cleansing of the Temple (2:13­22) N Reaction (2:23­25) · DISCOURSE ON THE NEW BIRTH : Dialogue with Nicodemus (3:1­21) · The Baptist's Final Witness (discourse, 3:22­36) · Jesus Leaves Judea (narrative transition report, 4:1­3) · DISCOURSE ON THE WATER OF LIFE: Dialogue with the Samaritan Woman at the Well (4:4­42) · Jesus Returns to Galilee (narrative transition report, 4:43­45) · Second Sign: Healing the Nobleman's Son in Cana (miracle story, 4:46­54) Jewish Feasts and Their Replacements by Christ (5:1­10:42) · Jesus on the Sabbath (Shabbat, 5:1­47) N Third Sign: Healing of the Lame Man at the Pool of Bethesda (5:1­16) N DISCOURSE ON THE DIVINE SON (5:17­47) · Jesus at Passover (Pesach, 6:1­71) N Narrative Introduction: a Multitude Gathers at the Time of Passover (6:1­4) N Miracles Preceding the Discourse (6:5­21) P Fourth Sign: Feeding of the 5,000 (6:5­15) P Fifth Sign: Walking on Water (6:16­21) N Narrative Transition: the People, or ho ochlos, Follow Jesus (6:22­25) N DISCOURSE ON THE BREAD OF LIFE (6:26­59; reaction, 60­71) P Words to the Crowd (ho ochlos, 6:26­40; presumably at the dock or outside in Capernum) - Bread Come Down from Heaven (6:26­34) - Jesus, the Bread of Life (6:35­40) P Words to "the Jews" (hoi Ioudaioi, 6:41­59; in the synagogue at Caprenaum)

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- Murmuring of "the Jews" and Jesus' Response (6:40­50) - Jesus' Flesh and Blood Give Life (6:51­59) P Reaction to the Bread of Life Discourse: Words to His Followers (disciples and then Twelve, 6:60­71; presumably after leaving the synagogue) · Jesus at Tabernacles (Sukkot, 7:1­10:21) N narrative transition: Jesus goes to Jerusalem secretly (7:1­13) N DISCOURSE ON THE LIFE­GIVING SPIRIT (7:16­52, with interruptions) N story of the adulteress (7:53­8:11) N DISCOURSE ON THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD (8:12­59) N Sixth Sign: Healing of the Man Born Blind (9:1­41) N DISCOURSE ON THE GOOD SHEPHERD (10:1­21) · Jesus at Dedication (Chanukah, 10:22­42) N Jesus the Messiah and Son of God (10:22­39) N narrative transition: conclusion of the public ministry, Jesus withdraws to Perea 10:42) Raising of Lazarus and Its Aftermath (11:1­12:50) · Death of Lazarus (11:1­16) N Jesus the Resurrection and the Life (11:17­27) N Seventh Sign: Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead (miracle story, 11:28­44) N The plot to kill Jesus (11:45­54) · Will Jesus Come to the Passover? (narrative transition, 11:55­57) · Scenes Preparatory to Passover and Death (12:1­36) N The anointing at Bethany (12:1­8) N The plot to kill Lazarus (12:9­11) N Jesus' Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem (12:12­19) N Passion Prediction (12:20­36) P Narrative Transition: Some Greeks Wish to See Jesus (12:20­26) P Jesus and the Coming Hour (12:27­36) · Conclusion to the Book of Signs (12:37­50) N Summary of the people's response to Jesus (12:37­43) N Summary proclamation of Jesus' teaching (12:44­50) The Book of Glory (Johannine Passion and Resurrection Narratives; 13:1­20:31) The Last Supper (13:1­17:26) · The Meal and Its Activities (13:1­30) N The Theme of Love Introduced (13:1) N The Footwashing (13:2­20) N Jesus Foretells His Betrayal (13:21­30) N The New Commandment to Love One Another (13:31­36; sc. "Maundy Thursday" from the Latin mandatum for commandment) N Peter's Denial Foretold (13:36­38) · THE LAST SUPPER DISCOURSES (14:1­17:26) · Part 1A

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Gospel Outline: John

Christ's Departure: Jesus the Way to the Father (14:1­14) Promise of the Holy Spirit or Paraclete (14:15­26) P First Paraclete Saying: The Spirit as Helper (14:15­17) P Second Paraclete Saying: The Spirit as Interpreter/Teacher (14:25­26) N Peace and the Love of the Father (14:27­31) · Part 2 N Jesus the True Vine (15:1­17) N The Hatred of the World (15:18­16:4a) P Third Paraclete Saying: The Spirit as Witness (15:26­27) · Part 1B N Christ's Departure: The Work of the Spirit (16:4b­15) P Fourth Paraclete Saying: The Spirit as Prosecutor (8­11) P Fifth Paraclete Saying: The Spirit as Revealer (16:12­15) N Christ's Departure: Sorrow Will Turn to Joy (16:16­24) N Peace and the Love of the Father (16:25­33) · Part 3 N The Great Intercessory Prayer (17:1­26) The Passion Proper (18:1­19:42) See Passion and Resurrection Narratives (Harmonized) below · The Arrest of Jesus (18:2­11) · Judas Leads Arresting Party to Jesus (18:2­3) · Jesus' "I Am" Proclamation to the Arresting Party (18:4­8a) · Jesus Intervenes for His Disciples (18:8b­9) · Servant of the High Priest Wounded (18:10) · Jesus Rebukes the Defending Disciple (18:11) · Jewish Hearing and Roman Trial (18:12­19:17a) · The Crucifixion and Burial (19:17b­42) The Resurrection (20:1­29) Conclusion to the Book of Glory: Statement of the Author's Purpose (20:30­31) 20:30­31 seems to be the natural end to the Fourth Gospel: "And many other signs truly did Jesus in the presence of his disciples, which are not written in this book: But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name." Epilogue (21:1­25) Jesus Meets the Disciples in Galilee (John 21:1­14) · Jesus and Peter (21:15­19) N Three­fold affirmation of Peter's love P Compensates for the earlier threefold denial · Jesus and the Other Disciple N "Translation" and the mission of John (D&C 7:1­8) Truthfulness of John's testimony (21:24)

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Gospel Outline: Passion Narratives (harmonized)

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Beloved disciple as original source, "we" as redactors or as community?

Passion Narratives (Harmonized) Jesus and the Disciples Go to Gethsemane (Mark 14:32; Matt 26:36; Luke 22:39; John 18:1) Jesus Prays at Gethsemane (Mark 14:33­42; Matt 26:37­47; Luke 22:40­46) · Jesus Prays for His Disciples' Faith (Luke 22:40) · Jesus Suffers and Prays that the Cup May Pass (Mark 14:33­36; Matt 26:37­39; Luke 22:41­42) · An Angel Appears to Strengthen Jesus [Luke 22:43] · Jesus Sweats Blood [Luke 22:44] · Finds Peter, James, and John Sleeping (three times: Mark 14:37­42; Matt 26:40­46; only once: Luke 22:45­46) Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus (Mark 14:43­52; Matt 26:47­56; Luke 22:47­53; John 18:2­3) · Judas Leads Arresting Party to Jesus (Mark 14:43; Matt 26:47; Luke 22:47a; John 18:2­3) · Judas Identifies Jesus with a Kiss (Mark 14:44­46; Matt 26:48­50; Luke 22:47b­48) · Jesus' "I Am" Proclamation to the Arresting Party (John 18:4­8a) · Jesus Intervenes for His Disciples (John 18:8b­9) · Servant of the High Priest Wounded (Mark 14:47; Matt 26:51; Luke 22:49­50; John 18:10) · Jesus Rebukes the Defending Disciple (Matt 26:52­54; Luke 22:51a; John 18:11) · Jesus Heals the High Priest's Servant (Luke 22:51b) · Jesus Rebukes the Arresting Party (Mark 14:48­50; Matt 26:55­56a; Luke 22:52­53) · Disciples Abandon Jesus (Mark 14:50; Matt 26:56b) · Young Man in the Linen Cloth (Mark 14:51­52) Jesus Before the Jewish Authorities (Mark 14:53­65; Matt 26:57­68; Luke 22:54­71; John 18­28) · Jesus before the former High Priest Annas (John 18:12­14; 19­24) · Jesus Before the High Caiaphas and the Sanhedrin (Mark 14:53­64; Matt 26:57­68; Luke 22:54a [22:66­71 after the denial and the mocking]; John 18:24, 28) · Jesus Mocked by the Jewish Guards (Mark 14:65; Matt 26:67­68; Luke 22:63­65) · Peter's Denial (Mark 14:66­72; Matt 26:69­75; Luke 22:54b­62; John 18:17­27) · Morning Hearing Before the Sanhedrin (Mark 15:1; Matt 27:1; Luke 22:63­71)

Jesus in the Hands of the Romans (Mark 15:1­21; Matt 27:1­32; Luke 23:1­32; John

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Gospel Outline: Passion Narratives (harmonized)

18:29­19:17a) · Before Pilate (Mark 15: 2­5; Matt 27:2­14; Luke 23:1­12; John 18:28­38a) N Jesus Brought to Pilate (Mark 15:1b­2; Matt 27:1b­2; Luke 23:1; John 18:28) N The Accusation of the Jewish Authorities (Luke 23:2; John 18:29­32) · Suicide of Judas Iscariot (Matt 27:3­10) · Pilate and Jesus N Pilate Questions Jesus Publicly (Mark 15:2­5; Matt 27:11­14; Luke 23:3­5) N Pilate Interviews Christ Privately (John 18:33­38a: Art thou a king?) · Jesus Before Herod (Luke 23:6­12) · Pilate and the Mob (Mark 15:6­11; Matt 27:15­23; Luke 23:13­23; John 18:38b­19:12) N Pilate Plans to Flog and Release Jesus (Luke 23:13­17) N Barabbas or Jesus? (Mark 15:6­11; Matt 27:15­23; Luke 23:18­19, 24­25a; John 18:38b­40) N Pilate Has Christ Scourged and Mocked (John 19:1­3) N Pilate Presents Jesus to the Mob (John 19:4­7) N Pilate Again Interviews Christ Privately (John 19:8­11: Whence art thou?) N Pilate Again Tries to Release Jesus (Luke 23:20­23; John 19:12) · Pilate Hands Jesus over to Be Crucified (Mark 15:12­15; Matt 27:24­26; Luke 23:24­26; John 19:13­16) · The Soldiers Mock Jesus Preliminary to His Crucifixion (Mark 15:16­20a; Matt 27:27­31) · Simon of Cyrene Bears the Cross (Mark 15:20b­21; Matt 27:32; Luke 23:26; the Johannine Jesus carries his own cross) · Women Bewail Jesus (Luke 23:27­31) CRUCIFIXION At Calvary (Mark 15:22­28; Matt 27:33­38; Luke 23:32­34, 38; John 19:17b­24) · Golgotha, "The Place of the Skull," or Calvary (Mark 15:22; Matt 27:33; Luke 23:33a; John 19:17b) · Jesus Refuses Wine and Myrrh ­ cf. Prov.31:6 (Mark15:23; Mark 27:34) · Jesus' Clothing divided ­ cf. Ps. 22:18 (Mark 15:24; Matt 27:35b­36; Luke 23: 23:34b; John 19:23­24) · Jesus' tunic/undergarment not rent (John 19:23b­24) · Jesus Crucified ­ Mark's Third Hour (Mark 15:25; Matt 27:35a; Luke 23:33b; John 19:18a) · Jesus Prays for Forgiveness for Those Crucifying Him (Luke 23:34a) · The Superscription "King of the Jews" [trilingual in Luke] (Mark 15:26; Matt 27:37; Luke 23:38; John 19:19­20) · Chief Priests Fail to Have Pilate Change the Title (John 19:21­22) · Crucified Between Two Bandits (Mark 15:27­28; Matt 27:38; John 19:18b [two "others"]) Activities at the Cross (Mark 15:29­32; Matt 27:39­44; Luke 23:35­43; John 19:25­27) · First Mockery ­ passersby "save yourself" (Mark 15:29­30; Matt 27:39­40; Luke 23:35) · Second Mockery ­ chief priests and scribes, "he saved others, come down and we will believe (Mark 15:31­32; Matt 27:41­43)

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Gospel Outlines: Resurrection Narratives (harmonized)

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Soldiers Mock Jesus, "If You Are the King of the Jews," and Offer Him Sour Wine (Luke 23:36­37) · Third Mockery ­ Bandit(s) deride him the same way (Matt 27:44; Luke 23:39 · "Salvation" of the Believing Bandit (Luke 23:40­43) · Women at the Foot of the Cross (John 19:25) · Jesus' Mother Commended to the Beloved Disciple (John 19:26­27) Last Moments (Mark 15:33­37; Matt 27:45­50; Luke 23:44­46; John 19:28­30) · Darkness from the Sixth to the Ninth Hour (Mark 15:33; Matt 27:45; Luke 23:44­45a) · Jesus' Cry, "My God, why hast thou forsaken me?" (Mark 15:34­35; Matt 27:46­47) · Jesus Given Sour Wine ­ cf. Ps. 69:21 (Mark 15:36; Matt 27:48­49; John 19:28­30a [on a hyssop branch in John]) · Jesus Cries Out and Expires (Mark 15:37; Matt 27:50) N Jesus Commends His Spirit to His Father and Expires (Luke 23:46) N Jesus Announced "It is finished," and Gives Up His Spirit (John 19:30b) Signs and Reactions to Christ's Death (Mark 15:38­41; Matt 27:51­56; Luke 23:45b, 47­49; John 19:31­37) · Rending of the Temple Veil ­ cf. Hebrews 9:11­12, 24­26 (Mark 15:38; Matt 27:51; Luke 23:45b) · Tombs Open and Dead Saints Arise after His Resurrection (Matt 27:52­53) · The Centurion's Testimony (Mark 15:39; Matt 27:54; Luke 23:47) · The People Mourn and Return (Luke 23:48) · The Witness of the Women Standing Afar Off (Mark 15:40­41; Matt 27: 55­56; Luke 23:49) · Jewish Authorities Request that the Victims' Legs Be Broken (John 19:31­33) N Jesus' legs not broken ­ cf. Ex 12:46; Num 9:12 (John 19:33, 36) · Christ's side Pierced: the Sign of Blood and Water (John 19:34­35) N Fulfilled: "They shall look upon him whom they pierced" (John 19:37) The Burial of Jesus (Mark 15:42­47; Matt 27:57­66; Luke 23:50­56; John 19:38­42) · Joseph of Arimathaea Requests Jesus' Body (Mark 15:42­45; Matt 27:57­58; Luke 23:50­52 [Joseph's righteousness and messianic expectation attested]; John 19:38 [Joseph a secret disciple]) · Nicodemus Brings a Kingly Amount of Burial Spices in Daylight (John 19:39­40; cf. 3:2a, 14) · Placing the Body in the New Tomb (Mark 15:46a; Matt 27:58­60a; Luke 23:53­54; John 19:41­42) · Sealing the Tomb (Mark 15:46b; Matt 27:60b; · The Women Witness Where the Body Was Laid (Mark 15:47; Matt 27:61; Luke 23:55­56; · The Pharisees Request and Obtain a Guard from Pilate (Matt 27:62­66)

Resurrection Narratives (Harmonized)

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Gospel Outlines: Resurrection Narratives (harmonized)

The Empty Tomb (Mark 16:1­8; Matt 28:1­8; Luke 24:1­9; John 20:1­10) · The Stone is Rolled Away (Matt 28:2­4) · Women/Mary Come to the Tomb (Mark 16:1­3; Matt 28:1; Luke 24:1; John 20:1a [only Mary Magdalene]) · The Women Find Angels and the Tomb Open (Mark 16:4­7; Matt 28:5­7; Luke 24:2­8; John 20:1b) · The Women Tell the Disciples (Mark 16:8; Matt 28:8; Luke 24:9; John 20:2) · Earliest manuscripts of Mark end here: the so­called "Shorter Ending of Mark" · Peter and John Visit the Tomb (Luke 24:12 [Peter only]; John 20:3­10) · The "other" disciple outruns Peter, but Peter enters first Jesus Appears to Mary Magdalene and/or the Women (Mark 16:9­11; Matt 28:9­10; Luke 24:10­11; John 20:11­18) · Appeared to Mary (Mark 16:9) · John's Account of Christ's Appearance to Mary (John 20:11­17) · Angels and Resurrected Christ: "Woman, why weepest thou?" · Gynç address recalls the mother of Jesus at Cana and at Calvary (as well as Eve and the eschatological woman of Rev 12) · "Touch me not" (John 20:17) ­ mç mou haptou (pres imperative has the sense of a continued action: "do not keep touching me, do not hold onto me" · Appears to the Other Women (Matt 28:9­10) · Testimony of the Women (Mark 16:10­11; Luke 24:10­11) Chief Priests React to the Resurrection (Matt 28:11­15) The Road to Emmaus (Mark 16:12­13; Luke 24:13­35) Jesus Appears to the Disciples (Mark 16:14; Luke 24:26­48; John 20:19­23 [to the Ten only]) Jesus and Thomas (John 20:24­29) John's Epilogue (21:1­25) 20:30­31 seems to be the natural end to the Fourth Gospel: "And many other signs truly did Jesus in the presence of his disciples, which are not written in this book: But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name." · Jesus Meets the Disciples in Galilee (John 21:1­14) · Jesus and Peter (21:15­19) N Three­fold affirmation of Peter's love P Compensates for the earlier threefold denial · Jesus and the Other Disciple (21:20­23)

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Gospel Outlines: Resurrection Narratives (harmonized)

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N "Translation" and the mission of John (D&C 7:1­8) Truthfulness of John's testimony (21:24) N Beloved disciple as original source, "we" as redactors or as community?

The Apostolic Commission · "Go Ye into All the World" (Mark 16:15­18 [still in Jerusalem?]; Matt 28:16­20 [Galilee] N baptizing and teaching (Matt 28:19­20) N signs that follow the believers (Mark 16:15­18) The Ascension (Mark 16:19­20; Luke 24:49­53)

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