I do not have all the required materials for this assignment if you can just do your best it will be greatly appreciated!!!This assignment is an opportunity to demonstrate your understanding and application of one method/approach in interpreting a Gospel scene within the book of Mark. You will also be reviewing previous course concepts. This is an opportunity for you to present your knowledge of how to read particular Gospel scenes to the class based on what we have been learning.Gospel narrative (choose 1 of the following)Jesus and Nathaniel (John 1:43–51)The wedding at Cana (John 2:1–11)Jesus and Nicodemus (John 3:1–15)Jesus and the Samaritan (John 4:1–42)Jesus and the blind man (John 9:1–41)You will use 1 of these approaches in order to interpret the passage you chose:Creedal readingCanonical readingLiterary criticismRedaction criticism (another Gospel must contain the same scene allowing you to compare the accounts)In your initial post:State the Gospel scene as well as the approach you have chosen (creedal, canonical, literary).Explain in 1–3 sentences what that approach is, essentially (define or explain what is either a creedal, canonical, or literary approach).Explain how the approach you have chosen influences your reading and response to your selected Gospel scene. Start this portion in this manner: “My reading of the ________ narrative [state Scripture] is influenced by ________ [state the approach chosen]. This approach impacts my reading in the following two ways: … [provide 2 specific ways thatyour chosen approach influences your reading/response to the select Gospel scene].”Next, choose 1 article from the previous activity in the Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels and demonstrate how a significant concept in that article helps you understand the same Gospel scene you have chosen.State the article you have chosen from the Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels.In 1 sentence, summarize the significant concept in that article.Explain how that concept helps you to better understand the Gospel scene you chose above.