Who is the intended audience of the Bible?

What is the Bible intended for?

The Bible’s purpose is twofold. The first is to show us all have broken God’s Law. James 2:10 declares, “For whoever keeps the whole law but fails in one point has become accountable for all of it” (ESV). God’s Law reveals how all people have sinned against God and are deserving of the fullness of His judgment.

Who is the audience of the synoptic gospels?

Everyone, but primarily Early Christians.

What was Mark’s relationship with Jesus?

Mark was also a follower of Jesus Christ but would likely have been in his teens when the Lord was in Jerusalem. He may have seen and listened to the Savior on occasion. After the Resurrection, as the Savior’s message was beginning to be spread, Mark traveled with the Apostle Paul.

What was Luke’s purpose in writing his Gospel?

Luke’s aim was to write the account that could clear any doubts about the new religion and reduce the difficulties associated with understanding that was being experienced at the time. Luke was also determined to prove to the world that Jesus was the Son of God.

What is the message of Luke’s Gospel?

He emphasized the idea that all humans are sinners and in need of salvation. Jesus was, for him, the supreme example of what the power of God can do in a human life.

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