Saint Leo University REL 110RS The Emergence of Christianity: Examination of Foundational Christian Texts Text books: Textbooks: The Catholic Study Bible Third Edition, Edited by Donald Senior, et. al.(Oxford University Press, 2016). Imperato, Robert. Portraits of Jesus. 3rd edition. Lanham: Hamilton Books, 2020. ISBN: 978-0-7618-7215-3 Paperback; 978-0-7618-7216-0 eBook Paper 3 Choose just one of the two options below to complete this assignment. Option A Identify any historical purpose(s) beh

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Saint Leo University REL 110RS The Emergence of Christianity: Examination of Foundational Christian Texts

Text books:

Textbooks: The Catholic Study Bible Third Edition, Edited by Donald Senior, et. al.(Oxford University Press, 2016). Imperato, Robert. Portraits of Jesus. 3rd edition. Lanham: Hamilton Books, 2020. ISBN: 978-0-7618-7215-3 Paperback; 978-0-7618-7216-0 eBook

Paper 3 Choose just one of the two options below to complete this assignment.

Option A

Identify any historical purpose(s) behind the writing of Luke’s Gospel, Acts of the Apostles, and John’s Gospel. Include a reference to any historical factor mentioned in the recommended sources that may have triggered the writing of Luke’s Gospel, Acts of the Apostles, and John’s Gospels as well as references to statements within those three. Class lesson material can be used in addition to the recommended sources. Include at least one historical factor and at least one reference to each Gospel studied. A historical factor is one a historian would recognize whether the historian has religious faith or not. Restrict your resources to those below as well as any information within the course modules. Sometimes links to ebooks break. If the link does not work, then go to the Saint Leo library electronically and look up the book. Be sure to distinguish between paraphrase and direct quotes. Type a 350-750 word paper using MLA formatting

Resources:

eBook available via SLU library: eBook available via SLU library: Stanton, Graham The Gospels of Jesus . Oxford U. Press 2nd ed., 2002, (The Gospels of Jesus ), pp.116-118.

See also Won-Ha Hwang & J G van der Watt. “The Identity of the Recipients of the Fourth Gospel in the Light of the Purpose of the Gospel.” HTS : Theological Studies, v63 n2 (Jun 2007): 683-698. (http://www.usccb.org/bible/scripture.cfm?bk=John&ch= And ( http://saintleo.worldcat.org/title/the-identity-of-the-recipients-of-the-fourth-gospel-in-the-lightofthe-purpse-of-the-gospel/oclc/5878507889&referer=brief_results)

eBook available via SLU library: : Balentine, Samuel E. The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Theology. Oxford University Press : 2014 (The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Theology. ), Chapter “Luke-Acts.”

eBook available via SLU library: Carroll, John and Jennifer Cox.Luke: a Commentary Westminster John Knox Press, 2012 ( Luke: A Commentary ), pp. 398-404.

Option B

Explain how and why Luke may have edited Mark’s Gospel. Use the following two sets of passages to support your claim.

According to course materials (Bible, textbook, digital materials linked below, etc.)

1. How and why would Luke have edited Mark 14:3-9 contrasted with Luke 7:36-50?

2. How and why would Luke have edited Mark 3:31-35 contrasted with Luke 8:19-21?

Be sure to distinguish between paraphrase and direct quotes. Type a 350-750 word paper using MLA formatting.

eBook available via SLU library: Barton, John and John Muddiman The Gospels. Oxford U. Pr.,2010 (2010), p.257.

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