Re: Discourse boundary markers in Luke

Date: Sun Feb 28 1999 - 20:24:51 EST

<<One obvious value of such study is that Jesus' individual teachings and
sayings within the Gospels cannot be fully understood apart from their
context within the Gospel, and discourse analysis helps us to more
precisely determine that context.

Thank you for expressing this explanation, but what does it mean? How does it
make me a better Christian, or a better scholar? And what does it mean to say
"fully understood"? Does one without this analysis not participate in the
mystical body of Christ or the communion of saints?

Tony Prost

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