Greetings Gospel Scholars!
I hope that this study has been amazing, so far. Form the responses I have been getting, it seems as though you all are really enjoying this study. I am super happy.
Some of you have commented that you are concerned about how quickly we are rushing through the Gospels, and I certainly understand that. This is a fast-paced study and you might find yourself not getting through everything that you want to, in the detail you would like. That's okay. This is meant to be a survey.
We will have other course that take a little more time inspecting the Gospels in closer detail. This is just meant to be a 50,000 foot overview and the questions that I have put together are simply meant to spur you on in your study. I know some of you are tempted to take more time. Please try and stay on the schedule. You should be able to read the material in under an hour. You might not be able to investigate it deeply, but that is okay. The point is to make it through all four Gospels in one month.
I have attached the questions for Day 5. I find it fitting that we are finishing Mark on a Sunday. It just seems poetic, somehow. Monday, we dig into Matthew, the most Jewish of the Gospels. Look for a new podcast which will wrap up Mark, and introduce Matthew.
I will see you on Zoom, on Tuesday. As usual, if you have any other questions or comments, please do not hesitate to reach out.
Grace and peace,