By Douglas Charles Estes
Why do the recent testomony gospels depict a Jesus who asks questions nearly as usually as he provides solutions? In "The Questions of Jesus in John" Douglas Estes crafts a hugely interdisciplinary idea of question-asking according to insights from old rhetoric and glossy erotetics (the learn of interrogatives) so one can examine the logical and rhetorical reasons of Jesus' questions within the Gospel of John. whereas scholarly dialogue approximately Jesus cares extra for what he says, and never what he asks, Estes argues a greater knowing of the rhetorical and dialectical roles of questions in historical narratives sheds a extra actual mild on either John s narrative artwork and Jesus' message within the Fourth Gospel.
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To this end, the goal of this book is to examine the questions of Jesus in John in light of their logical, rhetorical and linguistic virtues. This first chapter serves to introduce the reader to the very real problem that exists in handling questions in biblical interpretation. In Chapter 2, I will provide a brief overview of the different ways ancient and modern thinkers thought about questions, and in Chapter 3, I give a brief overview of the logic of questions. Chapter 4 introduces the reader to the biggest issues faced in a more accurate interpretation of questions, and acts as a segue to the later chapters.
95 ad), rhetorician and lawyer, wrote about the use of questions primarily in legal and judicial contexts. In order to contextualize their arguments, a little background: The early speechwriter Antiphon from Rhamnous (c. 55 After further development in Anaximenes of Lampsacus’ ( fl. 380–320 bc) Rhetoric to Alexander and Aristotle’s Rhetoric,56 Hermagoras of Temnos ( fl. second century bc) developed the 50 Hermogenes, Progymn. §3; John of Sardis, Comm. in Aphth. §4; and Gibson, Libanius’s Progymnasmata, 43.
Christine Elizabeth Hayes, Between the Babylonian and Palestinian Talmuds: Accounting for Halakhic Difference in Selected Sugyot from Tractate Avodah Zarah (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997), 11. ” by Jacob Neusner and Howard Eilberg-Schwartz, JAAR 56:4 (1988): 763. 10 Edelman, “Ancient Traditions, Modern Needs,” 116. 11 Jeffrey L. Rubenstein, The Culture of The Babylonian Talmud (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003), 3–5. perspectives on questions 19 Said R. Jeremiah, “So who is going to tell us that this version is well set forth?
The Questions of Jesus in John: Logic, Rhetoric and Persuasive Discourse by Douglas Charles Estes