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similarities between luke 6 the sermon on the plain and deuteronomy 5 6

Similarities between Luke 6 (the Sermon on the Plain) and Deuteronomy 5-6

Lecture by Vernon K. Robbins

Produced by Sam Bradford

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Similarities between Luke 6 (the Sermon on the Plain) andDeuteronomy 5-6

Lecture by Vernon K. Robbins

Produced by Sam Bradford

exact words found in both texts
ExactWords found in both texts

Verses:

  • Luke 6:20-49 – Sermon on the Plain
  • Deuteronomy 5-6

Words in Common:

God, Lord, hear, heaven, said, teach/teacher, build, houses, full, heart, words, doing good, give, neighbor, ancestors, enemies, goodness, fruitfulness

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God

Deuteronomy 5:2 The LORD our GOD made us a covenant with us at Horeb.

Luke 6:20 Then he looked up at his disciples and said: ‘Blessed are you who are poor, for yours is the kingdom of GOD

  • Example of opening-middle-closing texture, only present in opening verse of Luke.
  • Repetitive texture in Deuteronomy
  • Prophetic Rhetorolect: “kingdom of God”
  • Direct address
heaven
Heaven
  • Deuteronomy 5:8 You shall not make for yourself an idol, whether in the form of anything that is in HEAVEN above, or that is on the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth
  • Luke 6:23 Rejoice on that day and leap for joy, for surely your reward is great in HEAVEN; for that is what their ancestors did to the prophets
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Said
  • Deuteronomy 5:1 Moses convened all Israel, and SAID to them…
  • Luke 6:23 Then he looked up at his disciples and SAID…

revisit: Luke 6: 46 Why do you call me “Lord, Lord” and do no do what I tell you?

  • Wisdom Rhetorolect
  • Potential dialogue or monologue/ relation to Platonic dialogue
  • Example of Narrational inner texture and pattern
teach and teacher
Teach and Teacher
  • Deuteronomy 6:1 Now this is the commandment – the statues and the ordinances – that the Lord your God charged me to TEACH you to observe in the land that you are about to cross into and occupy.
  • Luke 6:40 A disciple is not above the TEACHER, but everyone who is fully qualified will be like the TEACHER.
  • Instructive language
  • Wisdom Rhetorolect
building houses fullness
Building Houses/Fullness
  • Household as a Christian place of learning
doing good
DoingGood
  • Deuteronomy 6:18 DO what is right and GOOD in the sight of the Lord, so that it may go well with you, and so that you may go in and occupy the GOOD land that the Lord swore to your ancestors to give you.
  • Luke 6:27 But I say to you that listen, LOVE your enemies, DO GOOD to those who hate you.
  • Luke 6:35 But love your enemies, DO GOOD, and lend, expecting nothing in return. Your reward will be great, and you will be the children of the Most High
  • Luke 6:43 No GOOD tree bears bad fruit, nor again does a bad tree bear GOOD fruit.
  • Repetitive texture in Luke 6:27-35
giving
Giving
  • Deuteronomy 6:22 He brought us out from there in order to bring us in, to GIVE us the land that he promised on oath to our ancestors.
  • Luke 6:22 GIVE, and it will be GIVEN to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap; for the measure you GIVE will be the measure you get back.
  • Example of Christian Reconfiguration
  • Passive Circumlocution
  • “Give” becomes a topic associated with love and mercy
neighbor
Neighbor
  • Deuteronomy 5:20-21 Neither shall you bear false witness against your NEIGHBOR. Neither shall you covet your NEIGHBOR’s wife. Neither shall you desire your NEIGHBOR’s house, or field, or male or female slave, or ox, or donkey, or anything that belongs to your NEIGHBOR.
  • Luke 6:41 Why do you see the speck in your NEIGHBOR’s eye, but do not notice the log in your own eye?
  • “Love your neighbor as yourself” – Book of Leviticus
ancestors
Ancestors
  • Deuteronomy 6:23 He brought us out from there in order to bring us in, to give us the land that he promised on oath to our ANCESTORS.
  • Luke 6:25 Woe to you when all speak well of you, for that is what their ANCESTORS did to the false prophets.
  • Example of Christian Reconfiguration
  • Prophets  Prophetic Rhetorolect
enemies
Enemies
  • Deuteronomy 6:19 thrusting out all your ENEMIES from before you, as the Lord has promised.
  • Luke 6:27 But I say to you that listen, Love your ENEMIES, do good to those who hate you.
goodness leads to fruitfulness
Goodness leads to Fruitfulness
  • Deuteronomy 6:3 Hear therefore, O Israel, and observe them diligently, so that it may go well with you, and that you may multiply greatly in a land flowing with milk and honey, as the Lord, the God of your ancestors, has promised you.
  • Luke 6:43-44 No good tree bears bad fruit, nor again does a bad tree bear good fruit; for each tree is known by its own fruit. Figs are not gathered from thorns, nor are grapes picked from a bramble bush.
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Words relating to Wisdom Rhetorolect
  • Words partially relating to Prophetic Rhetorolect
  • Result is a blending of the two Rhetorolects
great job
GREAT JOB!
  • This concludes the presentation on relationships between the Sermon on the Plain found in Luke 6 and Deuteronomy chapters 5 and 6.
  • Have a lovely day.

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