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Historical purpose(s) behind the writing of Mark's and Matthew's Gospels.

Identify any historical purpose(s) behind the writing of Mark's and Matthew's Gospels. Include a reference to any historical factor mentioned in the recommended sources that may have triggered the writing of both Matthew's and Mark's Gospels as well as references to statements within both of the Gospels themselves. 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. Restrict your resources to those below as well as any information within the course modules as well as your text Portraits of Jesus. Be sure to distinguish between paraphrase and direct quotes. Type a 350-750 word paper using MLA formatting. Resources for this paper relative to Mark's Gospel: See the ebook via SLU library: The Gospels of Jesus by Stanton (2002), pp. 48-53. Resources for this paper relative to Matthew's Gospel: See the ebook via SLU library: The Gospels of Jesus by Stanton (2002), pp. 74-78. See the ebook via SLU library: New Testament History and Literature by Martin (2012), pp. 93-107. Resources for this paper relative to Mark's Gospel: See the ebook via SLU library: The Gospels by Barton and Muddiman (2010), Ch. 3. Resources for this paper relative to Mark's Gospel: See the eBook via SLU library: The Gospel to The Romans: The Setting and Rhetoric of Mark’s Gospel Leiden: Brill, (2003), Ch. 5 Resources for this paper relative to Matthew's Gospel: See the eBook via SLU library: The Gospel of Matthew and Christian Judaism by T&T Clarke by Sim, David (1998), p. 113 and following
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