Sea of Galilee (pt. 3)
This video is a continuation of our series on the Sea of Galilee (part 1 and part 2).
In today's video, we take a second look at the story of Jesus "stilling" the storm but will do so by looking at the version from the Gospel of Mark (Mark 4:35-41).
As was mentioned in part 2 of this series, Jesus "stilling" the storm is an act that only God does throughout the Old Testament. This act's meaning is that the "authority of the Father" is being passed down to the Son. A counterpart for this story from the Old Testament is Psalm 107 - a Psalm of redemption. See Psalm 107:23-32.
We also begin to look at the next part of the story (Mark 5:1-20), where Jesus goes across the lake to heal a demon-possessed man.
Mark calls this the region of the "Gerasenes." This word presents a difficult interpretation for scholars. We will look at one possible meaning of what Mark was attempting to communicate.
Bargil Pixner - With Jesus Through Galilee, According to the Fifth Gospel
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Scott Broberg - I have a Masters of Divinity (MDiv) from Bethel Seminary - San Diego - Biblical Studies with and emphasis on the Old Testament.
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