Deuteronomy 1-3; Mark 10:32-52
Deuteronomy is a political/relational document. From beginning to end, it is a singular covenant. The first five verses function as a preamble that identifies the author. Who is it, and how does that matter?
Then from 1:6 until 3:29, it details the relationship between the two parties. Who are the two parties, and what has been the nature of this relationship?
In Mark’s gospel, 10:45 is a linchpin verse. How do you think it illuminates discipleship?