Gospel of Mark
Mark’s gospel not only emphasises the divinity of Jesus as the Son of God and the Mighty Messiah but also his humanity. Jesus becomes hungry (11:12) and tired (6:31) He exhibits a full range of human emotions, including pity (1:41), anger (3:5), sadness (3:5), wonder (6:6), compassion (6:34), indignation (10:14), love (10:21), and anguish (14:34). We also see in Mark that Jesus does not know everything (13:32), and his power is limited (6:5). What does this mean? How do we explore the humanity of Jesus? What does Jesus’ humanity mean to us?