Preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom of God from Mark Chapter 1

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Title: Preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom of God from Mark Chapter 1
Author: Coleman, Dustin Jeremy
Advisor: Vickers, Brian
Abstract: This project consists of a series of sermons preached through the first chapter

of the Gospel of Mark with a special emphasis on examining the text through the lens of

biblical theology. In particular, this includes seeing Mark’s first chapter through the lens

of redemptive history. Mark presents Jesus’ ministry as the inauguration of the kingdom

of God which brings the fulfillment of salvation promises made in the Old Testament.

Mark uses both explicit quotation and implicit references to numerous Old Testament

texts to give the full significance of Jesus’ arrival. Specifically, Jesus brings the kingdom

of God with a power that both pushes back the kingdom of Satan, as displayed in his

authoritative teaching and ministry of exorcism, and invites men to enter God’s kingdom

through sacrificial faith and repentance.

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/5360
Date: 2017-06-22

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