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Did Christ reject his family?

Read literally, the gospel account seems to show that Jesus rejected his family, when he refused to acknowledge his mother and his brothers, stating that he had a new family, his followers (Mark 3:31-35). However, when we understand that the entire gospel is based on a parallel structure, we can begin to realise that the passage should not be read so literally. A parallel structure is a literary sequence in which an opening set of events is contrasted with another, parallel set of events that mirrors the first, using context and association for emphasis and to develop themes not otherwise apparent, as shown here:A . John explains the coming of Jesus (Mark 1:1-8)B .The baptism of Jesus (1:9)C . The voice of God from heaven, "Thou art my beloved son" (1:11)D . The forty days in the wilderness as an allusion to Elijah and Moses (1:13)E . The people were astonished at what Jesus taught (1:22)F . Jesus casts out an unclean spirit (1:23-26)G . Pharisees took counsel with the Herodians how they might destroy Jesus (3:6)H . Demons, whenever they see Jesus, fall down and say that he is the Son of God.-- Jesus commands that they tell no one of this (3:11-12)I .. Jesus calls the 12 disciples (3:13-19)J .. Jesus rejects his own family: he has a new family, his followers (3:31-35)K . Jesus rebukes the wind (4:36-41)L . The demoniac, wearing no clothes (5:15), cries out that Jesus not torment him and Jesus sends out the demons (5:1-20)M . Jesus comes into his own country (6:1)-- Where he was brought upN . The people misunderstand Jesus and he can do no mighty work (6:2-6)O . Jesus sends out the disciples and curses those who will not receive them (6:7-11)-- in sending the disciples with authority and expecting all to receive them, Jesus is asserting his own authorityP . Herod thinks that Jesus is John the Baptist risen from the dead (6:14)Q . Herodias and her daughter conspire to kill John the Baptist (6:16-29)R . Feeding the thousands, and related miracles and discourses (6:33-8:21)S . Who do people say that I am (8:27)T . Peter affirms faith in Jesus as the Christ (8:29)U . Whosoever shall be ashamed of me: of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed (8:38)V . The Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, chief priests and scribes (8:31a)W . Be killed and after three days rise again (8:31b)X . Prophecy of second coming (9:1)- Jesus tells the disciples that some of them would not taste death until they saw the kingdom of God coming with power.B' .The Transfiguration of Jesus (9:2-3)C' .The voice of God from heaven, "This is my beloved son" (9:7)D' . Jesus talks to Elijah and Moses then to the disciples about Elijah (9:4-13)E' .A great multitude was amazed at Jesus (9:15)F' .Jesus cast out a dumb spirit (9:17-27)G' .They shall kill the Son of man and he shall rise on the third day (9:31)H' .Jesus clarifies his divine status, saying that he is not God: "Why call me good? There is none good but God" (10:18)I' . Peter says the disciples have left all and followed Jesus (10:28)J' . Those who have left their family for Jesus have a new family: all Jesus' followers (10:29-30)K'. Jesus rebukes the 'sons of thunder', James and John (10:35-45 - cf 3:17)L' .Blind Bartimaeus cries out for mercy and casts off his clothes, then Jesus heals him (10:46-52)M' .Jesus comes into Jerusalem (11:1-10)-- Where he will dieN' .Jesus misunderstands the fig tree that can provide no fruit (11:13-14)O' .Jesus casts out them that sold and bought in the Temple and curses them for making the Temple a den of thieves (11:15-17)-- Jesus is asserting his authorityP' .Jesus asks whether the baptism of John is from heaven or of men, and the priests, scribes and elders can not answer (11:30-33)Q' .Parable of husbandmen who conspire to kill the vineyard owner's son (12:1-9)X' .Prophecy of second coming (chapter 13)-- on clouds of glory, within the lifetimes of some of those to whom he was speakingR' .The Last Supper (14:17-25)S' .Art thou the Christ, Son of God (14:61)T' .Peter denies Jesus three times (14:66-72a)U' .And when he thought thereon, Peter wept (14:72b)V' .The chief priests, elders and scribes delivered Jesus to Pontius Pilate (15:1)-- Delivering Jesus is a similar concept to rejecting him.-- Both parts of the pair involve chief priests, elders and scribesW' .Jesus dies and on the third day rises again (15:37, 16:6)A' .The young man explains the departure of Jesus(16:6-8)By creating a parallel pair (pair J) between verses 3:31-35 and verses 10:29-30, the author of Mark uses the example of Jesus in the passage at event J (3:29-30) to comfort those Christians of the author's own time who had been rejected by their families, or who had left their families to become wandering preachers or commune members (event J').When Jesus says (event J' - 10:29-30) that those who have left their family for Jesus have a new family, who are all Jesus' followers, we have been fully assured that Jesus is not preaching the destruction of traditional families. The words at J and J' were not attributed to Jesus by the author to show Jesus in a negative light, but to provide comfort to those who had lost their families because of their Christian faith.However, in verses 3:31-35, Event J, Mark risks portraying Jesus as callous or out of his mind when he sends his brothers and his mother away, proclaiming that he has a new family. This is negated because the passage is also part of a local chiastic structure (a reverse parallel structure) in which Jesus' friends, the scribes and perhaps his family are concerned about the mental state of Jesus, but Jesus proves that he is not possessed by the devil:J a. The multitude is so thick that they could not so much as eat bread (3:20)J b. Jesus' friends say he is beside himself (3:21)J c. Scribes say Jesus is possessed and by the devil casts out devils (3:22)J d. How can Satan cast out Satan? (3:23)J e. If a kingdom be divided the kingdom can not stand (3:24)J e' If a house be divided the house can not stand (3:25)J d' If Satan is divided he can not winJ c' Because they said he has an unclean spirit (3:30)J b' Jesus' family comes to him. Jesus says his followers are his family (3:31-35)J a' The multitude is so thick that Jesus enters a boat (4:1)In a similar way, pair J risks portraying Jesus as opposed to the traditional concept of family, by encouraging his followers to leave their families. Right on cue, Jesus is given several opportunities to show his commitment to family:10:2-9 Pharisees tempt Jesus to say that it is lawful for a man to put away his wife, but Jesus says let no man put them asunder.10:10-12 The disciples again ask the same thing. Jesus says that if a man puts away his wife to marry another, or if a woman puts away her husband to marry another, then he or she is guilty of adultery.10:13-16 Jesus shows his love of children. Children must not be cast aside.10:17-21 Jesus lectures the rich man on moral principles, including adultery and honouring his father and mother. However, Jesus still says that this is consistent with leaving all and following him.10:28 Peter says the disciples have left all and followed Jesus.10:29-30 Jesus says those who have left all, home and family, have a new family a hundredfold. This is, of course, event J'.


Did Jesus show disrespect to his mother?

Read literally, the gospel account seems to show that Jesus displayed extreme disrespect for his mother, when he refused to acknowledge her, rejected his own family and stated that he had a new family, his followers (Mark 3:31-35). However, when we understand that the entire gospel is based on a parallel structure, we can begin to realise that the passage should not be read so literally. A parallel structure is a literary sequence in which an opening set of events is contrasted with another, parallel set of events that mirrors the first, using context and association for emphasis and to develop themes not otherwise apparent, as shown here:A . John explains the coming of Jesus (Mark 1:1-8)B .The baptism of Jesus (1:9)C . The voice of God from heaven, "Thou art my beloved son" (1:11)D . The forty days in the wilderness as an allusion to Elijah and Moses (1:13)E . The people were astonished at what Jesus taught (1:22)F . Jesus casts out an unclean spirit (1:23-26)G . Pharisees took counsel with the Herodians how they might destroy Jesus (3:6)H . Demons, whenever they see Jesus, fall down and say that he is the Son of God.-- Jesus commands that they tell no one of this (3:11-12)I .. Jesus calls the 12 disciples (3:13-19)J .. Jesus rejects his own family: he has a new family, his followers (3:31-35)K . Jesus rebukes the wind (4:36-41)L . The demoniac, wearing no clothes (5:15), cries out that Jesus not torment him and Jesus sends out the demons (5:1-20)M . Jesus comes into his own country (6:1)-- Where he was brought upN . The people misunderstand Jesus and he can do no mighty work (6:2-6)O . Jesus sends out the disciples and curses those who will not receive them (6:7-11)-- in sending the disciples with authority and expecting all to receive them, Jesus is asserting his own authorityP . Herod thinks that Jesus is John the Baptist risen from the dead (6:14)Q . Herodias and her daughter conspire to kill John the Baptist (6:16-29)R . Feeding the thousands, and related miracles and discourses (6:33-8:21)S . Who do people say that I am (8:27)T . Peter affirms faith in Jesus as the Christ (8:29)U . Whosoever shall be ashamed of me: of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed (8:38)V . The Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, chief priests and scribes (8:31a)W . Be killed and after three days rise again (8:31b)X . Prophecy of second coming (9:1)- Jesus tells the disciples that some of them would not taste death until they saw the kingdom of God coming with power.B' .The Transfiguration of Jesus (9:2-3)C' .The voice of God from heaven, "This is my beloved son" (9:7)D' . Jesus talks to Elijah and Moses then to the disciples about Elijah (9:4-13)E' .A great multitude was amazed at Jesus (9:15)F' .Jesus cast out a dumb spirit (9:17-27)G' .They shall kill the Son of man and he shall rise on the third day (9:31)H' .Jesus clarifies his divine status, saying that he is not God: "Why call me good? There is none good but God" (10:18)I' . Peter says the disciples have left all and followed Jesus (10:28)J' . Those who have left their family for Jesus have a new family: all Jesus' followers (10:29-30)K'. Jesus rebukes the 'sons of thunder', James and John (10:35-45 - cf 3:17)L' .Blind Bartimaeus cries out for mercy and casts off his clothes, then Jesus heals him (10:46-52)M' .Jesus comes into Jerusalem (11:1-10)-- Where he will dieN' .Jesus misunderstands the fig tree that can provide no fruit (11:13-14)O' .Jesus casts out them that sold and bought in the Temple and curses them for making the Temple a den of thieves (11:15-17)-- Jesus is asserting his authorityP' .Jesus asks whether the baptism of John is from heaven or of men, and the priests, scribes and elders can not answer (11:30-33)Q' .Parable of husbandmen who conspire to kill the vineyard owner's son (12:1-9)X' .Prophecy of second coming (chapter 13)-- on clouds of glory, within the lifetimes of some of those to whom he was speakingR' .The Last Supper (14:17-25)S' .Art thou the Christ, Son of God (14:61)T' .Peter denies Jesus three times (14:66-72a)U' .And when he thought thereon, Peter wept (14:72b)V' .The chief priests, elders and scribes delivered Jesus to Pontius Pilate (15:1)-- Delivering Jesus is a similar concept to rejecting him.-- Both parts of the pair involve chief priests, elders and scribesW' .Jesus dies and on the third day rises again (15:37, 16:6)A' .The young man explains the departure of Jesus(16:6-8)By creating a parallel pair (pair J) between verses 3:31-35 and verses 10:29-30, the author of Mark uses the example of Jesus in the passage at event J (3:29-30) to comfort those Christians of the author's own time who had been rejected by their families, or who had left their families to become wandering preachers or commune members (event J').When Jesus says (event J' - 10:29-30) that those who have left their family for Jesus have a new family, who are all Jesus' followers, we have been fully assured that Jesus is not preaching the destruction of traditional families. The words at J and J' were not attributed to Jesus by the author to show Jesus in a negative light, but to provide comfort to those who had lost their families because of their Christian faith.However, in verses 3:31-35, Event J, Mark risks portraying Jesus as callous or out of his mind when he sends his brothers and his mother away, proclaiming that he has a new family. This is negated because the passage is also part of a local chiastic structure (a reverse parallel structure) in which Jesus' friends, the scribes and perhaps his family are concerned about the mental state of Jesus, but Jesus proves that he is not possessed by the devil:J a. The multitude is so thick that they could not so much as eat bread (3:20)J b. Jesus' friends say he is beside himself (3:21)J c. Scribes say Jesus is possessed and by the devil casts out devils (3:22)J d. How can Satan cast out Satan? (3:23)J e. If a kingdom be divided the kingdom can not stand (3:24)J e' If a house be divided the house can not stand (3:25)J d' If Satan is divided he can not winJ c' Because they said he has an unclean spirit (3:30)J b' Jesus' family comes to him. Jesus says his followers are his family (3:31-35)J a' The multitude is so thick that Jesus enters a boat (4:1)In a similar way, pair J risks portraying Jesus as opposed to the traditional concept of family, by encouraging his followers to leave their families. Right on cue, Jesus is given several opportunities to show his commitment to family:10:2-9 Pharisees tempt Jesus to say that it is lawful for a man to put away his wife, but Jesus says let no man put them asunder.10:10-12 The disciples again ask the same thing. Jesus says that if a man puts away his wife to marry another, or if a woman puts away her husband to marry another, then he or she is guilty of adultery.10:13-16 Jesus shows his love of children. Children must not be cast aside.10:17-21 Jesus lectures the rich man on moral principles, including adultery and honouring his father and mother. However, Jesus still says that this is consistent with leaving all and following him.10:28 Peter says the disciples have left all and followed Jesus.10:29-30 Jesus says those who have left all, home and family, have a new family a hundredfold. This is, of course, event J'.


Why did Jesus reject his family?

A:Read literally, the gospel account seems to show that Jesus rejected his family, when he refused to acknowledge his mother and his brothers, stating that he had a new family, his followers (Mark 3:31-35). This episode seems so out of character with the Jesus of the gospels that an explanation is demanded. When we understand that the entire gospel is based on a chiastic structure, we can begin to realise that it was not Jesus who rejected his own family, but the gospel author. The passage in which Jesus rejects his family was written for theological reasons. A chiastic structure is a circular sequence in which an opening set of events is contrasted with another set of events that mirrors the first, using context and association for emphasis and to develop themes not otherwise apparent, as shown here:AJohn explains the coming of Jesus (Mark 1:1-8)BThe baptism of Jesus (1:9)CThe voice of God from heaven, "Thou art my beloved son" (1:11)DThe forty days in the wilderness as an allusion to Elijah and Moses (1:13)EThe people were astonished at what Jesus taught (1:22)FJesus casts out an unclean spirit (1:23-26)GPharisees took counsel with the Herodians how they might destroy Jesus (3:6)HDemons, whenever they see Jesus, fall down and say that he is the Son of God.Jesus commands that they tell no one of this (3:11-12)IJesus calls the 12 disciples (3:13-19)JJesus rejects his own family: he has a new family, his followers (3:31-35)KJesus rebukes the wind (4:36-41)LThe demoniac, wearing no clothes (5:15), cries out that Jesus not torment him and Jesus sends out the demons (5:1-20)MJesus comes into his own country (6:1)- Where he was brought upNThe people misunderstand Jesus and he can do no mighty work (6:2-6)OJesus sends out the disciples and curses those who will not receive them (6:7-11)- in sending the disciples with authority and expecting all to receive them, Jesus is asserting his own authorityPHerod thinks that Jesus is John the Baptist risen from the dead (6:14)QHerodias and her daughter conspire to kill John the Baptist (6:16-29)RFeeding the thousands, and related miracles and discourses (6:33-8:21)SWho do people say that I am (8:27)TPeter affirms faith in Jesus as the Christ (8:29)UWhosoever shall be ashamed of me: of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed (8:38)VThe Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, chief priests and scribes (8:31a)WBe killed and after three days rise again (8:31b)XProphecy of second coming (9:1)- Jesus tells the disciples that some of them would not taste death until they saw the kingdom of God coming with power.B'The Transfiguration of Jesus (9:2-3)C'The voice of God from heaven, "This is my beloved son" (9:7)D'Jesus talks to Elijah and Moses then to the disciples about Elijah (9:4-13)E'A great multitude was amazed at Jesus (9:15)F'Jesus cast out a dumb spirit (9:17-27)G'They shall kill the Son of man and he shall rise on the third day (9:31)H'Jesus clarifies his divine status, saying that he is not God: "Why call me good? There is none good but God" (10:18)I'Peter says the disciples have left all and followed Jesus (10:28)J'Those who have left their family for Jesus have a new family: all Jesus' followers (10:29-30)K'Jesus rebukes the 'sons of thunder', James and John (10:35-45 - cf 3:17)L'Blind Bartimaeus cries out for mercy and casts off his clothes, then Jesus heals him (10:46-52)M'Jesus comes into Jerusalem (11:1-10)- Where he will dieN'Jesus misunderstands the fig tree that can provide no fruit (11:13-14)O'Jesus casts out them that sold and bought in the Temple and curses them for making the Temple a den of thieves (11:15-17)- Jesus is asserting his authorityP'Jesus asks whether the baptism of John is from heaven or of men, and the priests, scribes and elders can not answer (11:30-33)Q'Parable of husbandmen who conspire to kill the vineyard owner's son (12:1-9)X'Prophecy of second coming (chapter 13)- on clouds of glory, within the lifetimes of some of those to whom he was speakingR'The Last Supper (14:17-25)S'Art thou the Christ, Son of God (14:61)T'Peter denies Jesus three times (14:66-72a)U'And when he thought thereon, Peter wept (14:72b)V'The chief priests, elders and scribes delivered Jesus to Pontius Pilate (15:1)- Delivering Jesus is a similar concept to rejecting him.- Both parts of the pair involve chief priests, elders and scribesW'Jesus dies and on the third day rises again (15:37, 16:6)A'The young man explains the departure of Jesus(16:6-8)By creating a chiastic pair (pair J) between verses 3:31-35 and verses 10:29-30, the author of Mark uses the example of Jesus in the passage at event J (3:29-30) to comfort those Christians of the author's own time who had been rejected by their families, or who had left their families to become wandering preachers or commune members (event J').When Jesus says (event J' - 10:29-30) that those who have left their family for Jesus have a new family, who are all Jesus' followers, we have been fully assured that Jesus is not preaching the destruction of traditional families. The words at J and J' were not attributed to Jesus by the author to show Jesus in a negative light, but to provide comfort to those who had lost their families because of their Christian faith.However, in verses 3:31-35, Event J, Mark risks portraying Jesus as callous or out of his mind when he sends his brothers and his mother away, proclaiming that he has a new family. This is negated because the passage is also part of a local chiastic structure in which Jesus' friends, the scribes and perhaps his family are concerned about the mental state of Jesus, but Jesus proves that he is not possessed by the devil:JaThe multitude is so thick that they could not so much as eat bread (3:20)JbJesus' friends say he is beside himself (3:21)JcScribes say Jesus is possessed and by the devil casts out devils (3:22)JdHow can Satan cast out Satan? (3:23)JeIf a kingdom be divided the kingdom can not stand (3:24)Je'If a house be divided the house can not stand (3:25)Jd'If Satan is divided he can not winJc'Because they said he has an unclean spirit (3:30)Jb'Jesus' family comes to him. Jesus says his followers are his family (3:31-35)Ja'The multitude is so thick that Jesus enters a boat (4:1)In a similar way, pair J risks portraying Jesus as opposed to the traditional concept of family, by encouraging his followers to leave their families. Right on cue, Jesus is given several opportunities to show his commitment to family:10:2-9 Pharisees tempt Jesus to say that it is lawful for a man to put away his wife, but Jesus says let no man put them asunder.10:10-12 The disciples again ask the same thing. Jesus says that if a man puts away his wife to marry another, or if a woman puts away her husband to marry another, then he or she is guilty of adultery.10:13-16 Jesus shows his love of children. Children must not be cast aside.10:17-21 Jesus lectures the rich man on moral principles, including adultery and honouring his father and mother. However, Jesus still says that this is consistent with leaving all and following him.10:28 Peter says the disciples have left all and followed Jesus.10:29-30 Jesus says those who have left all, home and family, have a new family a hundredfold. This is, of course, event J'.


Who is youngest quarterback to win a Super Bowl ring?

Ben Roethlisberger was the youngest quarterback to win the Super Bowl. He was 23 years old when he led the Steelers to their fifth title in Super Bowl XL.


Who is the youngest starting quarterback to win the Super Bowl?

Ben Roethlisberger.


Who is the second youngest quarterback to win the Super Bowl?

Tom Brady


Who is the youngest quarterback to win multiple Super Bowl?

Tom Brady


Was Ben Roethlisberger the youngest quarterback to win a Super Bowl?

Yes, he was. On February 5, 2006, Ben Roethlisberger, at age 23, became the youngest quarterback to ever win the Super Bowl.


Who was the youngest Pittsburgh Steelers player to make it to the Super Bowl?

Ben Roethlisberger is the youngest quarterback, but I'm not sure if he was the youngest Steelers' player ever to make it to a Super Bowl.


Who was the youngest quarterback to lead a team to a super bowl championship?

Ben Rosthlisberger


Who the youngest quarterback to win more than one Super Bowl?

Ben Roethlisberger


Who is the youngest quarterback to win more than one Super Bowl?

Ben Rothlesbeger


Who is the youngest quarterback to start a Super Bowl?

As of Super Bowl XLV:Dan Marino of the Miami Dolphins was the youngest to start a Super Bowl. He was 23 years, 4 months, 5 days old when he started for the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX.The youngest to start and win a Super Bowl was Ben Roethlisberger. He was 23 years, 11 months, and 3 days old when he started for the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL.


Who was the Super Bowl quarterback for Cowboys in Super Bowl XII?

The Cowboys quarterback was Roger Staubach.


Has a rookie quarterback ever gone to the Super Bowl?

No rookie quarterback has ever gone to the Super Bowl.


Any rookie quarterback loss in a Super Bowl?

No, because no rookie quarterback has been to the super bowl.


How was old was Tom Brady when he won his first super bowl?

24 years and 184 days, at the time Brady was the youngest quarterback to win a Super Bowl in NFL history


Who was the quarterback of the winning team of Super Bowl 3?

Joe Namath was the winning quarterback in Super Bowl III.


Who was the shortest quarterback to win a Super Bowl?

Seahawk's quarterback, Russell Wilson, at 5'11" won the 2013 Super Bowl.


Who was the quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL?

Ben Roethlisberger was the Steelers starting quarterback in Super Bowl XL.


What quarterback won the last Super Bowl for the Dallas Cowboys?

Troy Aikman was the winning quarterback in Super Bowl XXX.


Who was the quarterback in Super Bowl XXX for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Neil O'Donnell was the Steelers starting quarterback in Super Bowl XXX.


Who is the youngest quarterback to win a Super Bowl?

Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers, was the youngest quarterback to win a Super Bowl. Ben was 23 years, 11 months, and 3 days old when the Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks 21-10 in Suoer Bowl XL in February of 2006. Prior to Ben, the record holder was Tom Brady.


Who was the Oakland Raiders quarterback when they won the Super Bowl in 1980?

The Oakland Raiders were not in the 1980 Super Bowl. The Oakland Raiders quarterback in the 1981 Super Bowl was Jim Plunkett.