As the narrative of the Fourth Gospel unfolds, Jesus' pedagogy is a
function of his cosmic journey from the Father above to the world
below and back. He looks back to his origin when teaching
representatives of the world in an attempt to foster faith in him
as the one sent by the Father. But as he turns his attention to his
disciples he looks forward to his return to the Father. He seeks to
prepare them for life and ministry after his departure. In this
comparative study, two samples are extracted for examination: his
teaching at the Feast of Tabernacles and his teaching in the
farewell discourse. Criteria used for discerning similarities and
differences in pedagogy include the purpose, occasion, audience,
and techniques. There are differences in techniques as a result of
differences in purpose, occasion, and audience. A major determinant
is the presence or absence of faith in Jesus' identity and origin
on the part of the audience.
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Gilbert Soo Hoo
||229 x 152 x 17mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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