마가복음에 나타난 갈릴리 공동체 연구
(A) Study on the Galilian Community in the Gospel according to St. Mark
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The purpose of this study was to identify true natures of a Christian community by reviewing the community of Galilee showed in Mark's Gospel, which was set up by Jesus, and now is retaining the ideal of Jesus. This study presents the community of Galilee in Mark's Gospel as a model of a church today. Questions raised in this study are as follows. First, is the early church an ideal community thatcan be a model to pursue today? Second, is it the ultimate model of a Christian community? And third, is the community of Galilee the matrix of the early church communities, which God presented his people as the supreme model? The significance of this study is to seek and present an ideal model of community for today's Christianity, and to help Christian communities born again as communities of true witnesses of God by inquiring a community established by Jesus and his ideal. For its purpose, this study traces vestiges of the community of Galilee finds traditions the community inherited from Jesus. Chapter I presents the purpose and motive of this study. Answers to such questions like "Why should we inquiry the community of Galilee in the study on communities?" are presented in this chapter. Chapter II infers the relation between the community of Mark and the community of Galilee, and the relation between the community of Mark and its rival community of Jerusalem. Chapter III explains about the community of Galilee. Based on the Mark's Gospel,the members of the community are divided in several categories including aliens, Jews, women and alienated people. Chapter IV finds characteristics of the community of Galilee by grasping features and members of the community. Finally, chapter V draws the conclusion of this study on the community of Galilee based on the findings in above chapters. This chapter not only makes conclusions about the community of Galilee but also shows the way to Christian communities of today, and presents a model of a future community which can be recognized by God.