Jesus Teaches with Authority
Mark 1:21-28
Central idea : Jesus' teaching is superior to the teaching of the scribes, because Jesus' teaching is backed by Jesus' authority.
Published June 1st, 2012
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2010-09-15 17:02:36
Central idea : Jesus' teaching is superior to the teaching of the scribes, because Jesus' teaching is backed by Jesus' authority. Arcing questions: How should narrative events that build upon one another be related? For example, the second amazement of the people clearly results from the demonstration of Jesus' authority, but an action-result relationship claims too much (ie, Jesus demonstrates his authority with the inevitable result that people are amazed by it- since later in the gospels we will meet people who have very different reactions). I have connected them with Progression, because they do build on one another, but not directly enough to warrant an action-result relationship. How should I arc unanswered questions? V. 24 clearly contains two questions (or one big question developed in a short Id-Exp group), but there are no answering propositions- just the answering actions. What is the relationship between the two halves of v. 21? Did Jesus come to Capernaum for the purpose of teaching in the synagogue (Ac-Pur), or was that just the next step in the narrative? I can import the purpose from v. 38, but I'm not sure that's exactly cricket; Greek skills would obviously be useful here.
10000000049443 49443 Notes 2010-09-13 16:48:07 2010-09-15 17:02:36 Central idea : Jesus' teaching is superior to the teaching of the scribes, because Jesus' teaching is backed by Jesus' authority. Arcing questions: How should narrative events that build upon one another be related? For example, the second amazement of the people clearly results from the demonstration of Jesus' authority, but an action-result relationship claims too much (ie, Jesus demonstrates his authority with the inevitable result that people are amazed by it- since later in the gospels we will meet people who have very different reactions). I have connected them with Progression, because they do build on one another, but not directly enough to warrant an action-result relationship. How should I arc unanswered questions? V. 24 clearly contains two questions (or one big question developed in a short Id-Exp group), but there are no answering propositions- just the answering actions. What is the relationship between the two halves of v. 21? Did Jesus come to Capernaum for the purpose of teaching in the synagogue (Ac-Pur), or was that just the next step in the narrative? I can import the purpose from v. 38, but I'm not sure that's exactly cricket; Greek skills would obviously be useful here. notes
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Mark 1:21-28
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And they went into Capernaum,
and immediately on the Sabbath
he entered the synagogue and was teaching.
temporal
progression
And they were astonished at his teaching,
for he taught them
as one who had authority,
and not as the scribes.
negativepositive
comparison
ground
actionresult
And immediately
[...] in their synagogue
[there was] a man with an unclean spirit.
And he cried out,
"What have you to do with us, Jesus of Nazareth?
Have you come to destroy us?
ideaexplanation
I know who you are--
[you are] the Holy One of God."
actionmanner
But Jesus rebuked him,
saying, "Be silent,
and come out of him!"
And the unclean spirit [came out of him],
convulsing him
and crying out with a loud voice [...].
series
situationresponse
And they were all amazed,
so that they questioned among themselves,
saying, "What is this?
A new teaching with authority!
questionanswer
He commands even the unclean spirits,
and they obey him."
And at once his fame spread
everywhere throughout all the surrounding region of Galilee.
locative
discourse
10000000049443 49443 Arc 2010-09-13 16:48:07 2010-09-15 17:02:36 editing Mark 1 21 1 28 Mark 1:21-28 41 NT esv i556650 i556651 i556652 i556621 And they went into Capernaum, i556653 i556622 and immediately on the Sabbath i556623 he entered the synagogue and was teaching. temporal 1 1 progression i556654 i556624 And they were astonished at his teaching, i556655 i556625 for he taught them i556656 i556626 as one who had authority, i556627 and not as the scribes. negativepositive 2 1 comparison 1 ground 1 actionresult 2 i556657 i556658 i556659 i556660 i556628 And immediately i556629 [...] in their synagogue i556630 [there was] a man with an unclean spirit. progression i556661 i556631 And he cried out, i556662 i556663 i556632 "What have you to do with us, Jesus of Nazareth? i556633 Have you come to destroy us? ideaexplanation 1 i556664 i556634 I know who you are-- i556635 [you are] the Holy One of God." ideaexplanation 1 ground 1 actionmanner 1 temporal 1 1 i556665 i556666 i556636 But Jesus rebuked him, i556667 i556637 saying, "Be silent, i556638 and come out of him!" progression actionmanner 1 i556668 i556639 And the unclean spirit [came out of him], i556669 i556640 convulsing him i556641 and crying out with a loud voice [...]. series actionmanner 1 actionresult 2 situationresponse 2 i556670 i556671 i556642 And they were all amazed, i556672 i556643 so that they questioned among themselves, i556673 i556674 i556644 saying, "What is this? i556645 A new teaching with authority! questionanswer 2 i556675 i556646 He commands even the unclean spirits, i556647 and they obey him." actionresult 2 ground 1 ideaexplanation 1 actionresult 2 i556676 i556648 And at once his fame spread i556649 everywhere throughout all the surrounding region of Galilee. locative 1 actionresult 2 actionresult 2 ideaexplanation 1 1 1 1 esv 25 a 50 discourse
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