1. audience
    persecuted gentiles imprisoned by jews,
  2. source of john
  3. audience of luke
    persecuted jews and gentiles, needs to explain things, jesus is meraculous
  4. source of luke
    special luke, mark, table talk (eating and drinking stories, once upon a time) ,q stories (sayings)
  5. audience of matthew
    jewish religious leaders, advanced words and convincing that he is messiah
  6. source of matthew
    special matthew and mark
  7. audience of mark
    poor rural palastinian jews, theological words are used without explanation and images are rural
  8. source of mark
  9. constantinople (third)
    god has two will the divine and the human
  10. monoeregism
    one action the divine action
  11. monotheletism
    one will the divine will
  12. council of chalcedon
    jesus has two complete nature in one person
  13. monophysitism
    two natures, but when born combine to one
  14. council of ephesus
    mary is theotokos- mother of god, not just Jesus
  15. nestorianism
    two separate natures
  16. council of constantinople
    • (anticochene)- logos anthropos, god unites with humaness
    • (alexandria egypt)- logos sargx, flesh incapsulates spirit
  17. apollinarianarism
    jesus doesn't have human soul
  18. homoousious vs homoiusious
    • o- same
    • i-like
  19. council of nicea
    god is homoouscious with father, same being
  20. arianism
    • less than god, more than human
    • perfect, but not divine
  21. adoptionism
    born not divine,adopted by God
  22. decetism
    body of crist is not real
  23. subordinationism
    god is primary, jesus secondary and the spirit tertiary
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