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CMIN 301 (Sp '17) T04 - The Three Outline Stages

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Transcript of CMIN 301 (Sp '17) T04 - The Three Outline Stages

The Three Outline Stages
Passage Outline
- study the passage
The Passage Outline
Truth Outline
Sermon Outline
Sources and Image Credit
1)
Lesson adopted from Donald Sunukjian,
Invitation to Biblical Preaching - Proclaiming Truth with Clarity and Relevance
, pp. 27-83.
1)
read the surrounding context for an overview
flag the things we don’t fully understand
use our skills and resources in the original language
consult good commentaries
- the passage outline tells what happened in time past (historical outline)
- this outline anchors the speaker to the text
- truth outline tells what happens (theological outline)
The Truth Outline
- historical statements of the passage outline are turned into
timeless statements
GOALS: a) to identify the author’s big ideas and
b) to show the author's flow of thought
- How do we go from history to theology?
e.g., this is how God deals with his people
a) turn historical statements into timeless, universal ones
b) put concepts in the author’s original thought order
- the sermon outline says to the listener, “This is happening in our lives today"
The Sermon Outline
GOAL: The sermon outline shows how the truth of the biblical passage will be
communicated in a contemporary way to your specific audience.
c) What are the author's big ideas?
a) Summarize the surrounding context
Class activity - Study Mark 4:35-41
b) Flag the things you don't fully understand
c) What are the author's big ideas?
a) Summarize the surrounding context
b) Flag the things you don't fully understand
Prepare a Truth Outline for Mark 4:35-41
The twelve men in the boat have been selected to preach the message of the kingdom and to overcome any demonic opposition to its acceptance.
Because they’ve been given a power greater than Satan, nothing will stop the worldwide spread of the gospel to the Gentiles.
- Mark 4:35-41 opens with a command to cross the
Sea of Galilee and take the gospel to the Gentiles
- connects this event with the daylong teaching
- important question: Do you still have no faith?
- (v. 39) "rebuked the wind" (3. occurrence in Mark)
- Jesus recognizes the storm as Satan’s attempt to
prevent him and his disciples from reaching the
other side, where the gospel will go to the Gentiles
- not a natural storm but rather a demonic one
- this makes the disciples’ reaction of awe even
more understandable
- the disciples see a new dimension of Jesus' identity
The Passage Outline of Mark 4:35-41
I. The disciples obey Jesus and find themselves in a
life-threatening storm that fills them with despair
(4:35-38).
A. The disciples obey Jesus' command to cross the
lake into Gentile territory (4:35-36).
1. After a day of teaching on the growth of the
kingdom, Jesus commands his disciples to
cross the lake.
2. They obey immediately, not going ashore for
anything.
3. The presence of other boats indicate it was a
good day for sailing.
B. As a result of their obedience, the disciples
find themselves in an unexpected, life-
threatening storm (4:37).
C. The disciples are filled with fear and despair
(4:38).
II. Jesus rebukes the storm and encourages the
disciples to trust God's power (4:39-41).
A. Jesus rebukes the demonically inspired storm,
and the lake becomes calm (4:39).
B. Jesus encourages the disciples to have more
trust in their God-given power over Satan's
opposition (4:40-41).
b) put concepts in the author’s original thought
order
- How do we go from history to theology?
a) turn historical statements into timeless,
universal ones
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