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Profile- Prodigal SonLuke 15:11-32 (NLT)Parable told by Jesus in the Old TestamentProfile of a son who was lost, and then foundBasic Features:- A Clear Organizational Plan- A Role for the Writer- A perspective on Subject
Basic Features • 11 To illustrate the point further, Jesus told themOrganization Plan this story: “A man had two sons. 12 The younger son told his father, „I want my share of your estate now- Narrative plan before you die.‟ So his father agreed to divide his wealth between his sons.A Perspective on the • 20 “So he returned home to his father. And while he Subject was still a long way off, his father saw him coming. Filled with love and compassion, he ran to his son,- Jesus was trying to send a embraced him, and kissed him. 21 His son said to him, „Father, I have sinned against both heaven and message through this you, and I am no longer worthy of being called your son.[a]‟ parable: God is like the • 22 “But his father said to the servants, „Quick! Bring the finest robe in the house and put it on him. Get a father in the story; he ring for his finger and sandals for his feet. 23 And rejoices when his lost kill the calf we have been fattening. We must celebrate with a feast, 24 for this son of mine was children come back to him. dead and has now returned to life. He was lost, but now he is found.‟ So the party began.A role for the Writer- Spectator
Explaining a Concept 1 Corinthians 13:1-7 (NLT) Paul – Author Basic Features:- A Focused Explanation- A Readable Plan- Appropriate Explanatory Strategies- Smooth Integration of Sources
Basic Features Focused Explanation- Corinthians A readable plan- We have a transaction from topic to definition Appropriate Explanatory Strategies- Comparing what love IS and IS NOT- Defines Love Smooth Integration of Sources- Not needed
Social Implications-Remembering an Event Exercise of self-discovery Truth Ex. Remembering an Event“I could see the hurt in my brothers piercing browneyes, from my accusations. I was accusing hisgirlfriend of something I had no proof of.”
How genre shapes reading and writingpracticesMakes up other genresEx. Poetry3 genres of poetry:- Lyric- Narrative- Dramatic
Lyric, Narrative, & Dramatic• Lyric Genre Poem ex. Sonnet• Narrative Genre Poem ex. Epic• Dramatic Genre Poem ex. Monologues• Paradise Lost- epic poem in by John Milton, originally issued in 10 books• It tells the biblical story of the fall from grace of Adam and Eve (and, by extension, all humanity)
Approach in learning new GenreBe open to new ideasWrite in a style that you are not use toEx. Fiction writer vs. Business writerAllows you to explore new worlds as well as genres VS.