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Jesus the master teacher 2

Jesus the Master Teacher #2

By

Robert C. Archer


He taught in a way that caused people to think

He taught in a way that caused people to think

  • Used unforgettable epigrams

    • An epigram is a brief, interesting, usually memorable and sometimes surprising or satirical statement.

    • Example:

      • “For what is a man profited if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul? Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul?


Caused people to think

Caused people to think

  • Used thought-provoking paradoxes

    • A paradox is a statement that is seemingly contradictory or opposed to common sense and yet is perhaps true (Webster)

    • “Blessed are the poor in spirit”

    • “Blessed are those who mourn


Caused people to think1

Caused people to think

  • Vivid Hyperbole

    • Hyperbole is an “extravagant exaggeration”

    • At times people need shock treatment

      • “If your right eye…hand” (Matt. 5:29-30)

      • “…hate not your father (Lk. 14:26)

      • “…not one stone shall be left here upon another, that shall not be thrown down”(Matt. 24:2)


Caused people to think2

Caused people to think

  • Humor

    • Example: Plank (Matt. 7:1-5)

    • Good but can be abuse –He wasn’t a standup comedian!


Caused people to think3

Caused people to think

  • Parable

    • “An earthly story with a heavenly meaning”

    • Found in OT

      • Nathan to David (2 Sam. 12:1-7)

      • Vineyard (Isa. 5:1-7)

    • But Jesus made it famous

    • Why important?

      • Allows man to discover truth for himself (Matt. 13:10-17)


Examples

Examples:

  • God’s love for man (Lk. 15)

  • The kingdom (Matt. 13)

  • Preparation for His second coming (Matt. 25)

  • The importance of accepting God’s call for salvation (Matt. 22:1-14)


Forms of logical argument

Forms of Logical Argument

  • Deduction (Matt. 22:23-33)

  • Reductio and absurdum (Matt. 12:22-30)

  • Logical dilemma (Jno. 8:1-11)

  • Argument a fortiori (Matt. 7:11)


He lived what he taught

He Lived What He Taught

  • Dedication (Jno. 4:34; 15:10)

  • Compassion (Matt. 9:36-38; Jno. 8:11; 11:35)

  • Love (Jno. 13:35; 15:13)

  • Purity (Jno. 8:46)

  • Words (Matt. 12:36; 1 Pet. 2:21-23)


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • There are many men who have something to say, but can’t say it so people will listen.

  • All of us can do better if we follow the example of Jesus.


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