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     Three ways of teaching
Direct Commands & Statements
          Examples
   “Necessary Inferences”
   (Scriptural Reasoning)
   Authority of Scriptural Examples


   Passages that
  command us to
 follow examples
Use of examples by
  Bible teachers
Commanded to Follow Examples
           The Example of Jesus
Matthew 16:24 — Take up your cross, and follow Me
 Luke 6:40 – A disciple who is perfectly trained will
                 be like his teacher
   Romans 8:29 — Be conformed to the image of
                      God’s Son
  Philippians 2:5 — Let this mind be in you which
              was also in Christ Jesus.
 1 Peter 2:21-23 — Christ left us an example, that
            you should follow His steps
  1 John 2:6 — He who says he abides in Him ought
       himself also to walk just as He walked
Commanded to Follow Examples
    The Example of Jesus’ Apostles
1 Corinthians 4:16 — Therefore I urge you, imitate me
1 Corinthians 11:1 — Imitate me as I also imitate Christ
 Philippians 3:17 — Join in following my example, and
 note those who so walk, as you have us for a pattern
  Philippians 4:9 — The things which you learned and
      received and heard and saw in me, these do
 1 Thessalonians 1:5,6 — You became followers of us
                     and of the Lord
   1 Timothy 1:16 — Paul’s conversion was a pattern
   2 Timothy 3:10 — You have carefully followed my
                     manner of life
 Hebrews 6:12 — Imitate those who through faith and
              patience inherit the promises
   Authority of Scriptural Examples


   Passages that
  command us to
 follow examples
Use of examples by
  Bible teachers
Examples Used by Bible Teachers
   Examples We Should Not Imitate
Luke 11:47-51; Acts 7:35-53 — People were rebuked for
being like their ancestors who rejected God’s prophets
           Luke 17:32 — Remember Lot’s wife
1 Corinthians 10:1-12 — The Israelites are our examples
                written for our admonition
    2 Corinthians 11:3 — Eve was deceived by Satan.
 Hebrews 12:15,16 — Esau profaned His birthright. We
    should take care that no such person is among us
 2 Peter 2:4-9 — Sodom and Gomorrah and the people
of the flood show God punishes evil and spares the good
    2 Peter 2:15 — Do not be like Balaam, who put a
              stumbling block before Israel.
  1 John 3:12 — We should not be murderers like Cain
Examples Used by Bible Teachers

   Examples We Should Imitate
       The value of wisdom — Matthew 12:42
     Sacrificing for God — Matthew 16:24,25
       Love for our neighbor — Luke 10:30-37
            Repentance — Luke 11:32
        Concern for the lost — Luke 15:11-32
       Love for disciples — John 13:34; 15:12
             Circumcision — Acts 15:5-29
           Conversion - 1 Timothy 1:16
  Faith - Hebrews 11 with 12:1-4; James 2:20-26
     Suffering and patience — James 5:10,11
          Power of prayer — James 5:16-18
      Authority of Scriptural Reasoning
          (“Necessary Inferences”)

  Isaiah 1:18 — Let us reason
            together.
 1 Peter 3:15 — Give a reason
    for the hope within you.
Acts 17:2; 18:4; 19:8,9; 28:23
— Paul reasoned with the Jews
       from the Scriptures
   Hebrews 5:14 — We should
 have our senses exercised to
     discern good and evil.
Inferences Used by Bible Teachers
Fulfilled Prophecy - Acts 17:1-4; 2:27-32,36; Matthew
                       22:41-46
     Dealing with Temptation - Matthew 4:4,7,10
    Parables, symbols, figures - Matthew 16:5-12
        Divorce & Remarriage - Matthew 19:3-6
 Resurrection of man - Mark 12:24-27; 1 Corinthians
                       15:12-19
                Miracles - John 9:29-34
 Salvation for Gentiles - Acts 11:1-18 (10:9-35,44-48)
   Circumcision & Old Testament - Acts 15:17-19;
                   Hebrews 7:11-15
Rhetorical Questions - 1 Corinthians 1:13; Luke 10:36f;
            Mark 8:36f; 1 Peter 4:17f; etc.
       Issues Resolved by Inferences
1) Miracles for today                  21) Earthly head or headquarters
2) Modern-day prophets/revelations     22) Missionary/benevolent societies
3) Sprinkling or pouring for baptism   23) Calling a preacher ―Reverend‖
4) Alien sinner saved by prayer        24) Church entertainment/recreation
5) Infant baptism                      25) Church-owned businesses
6) Animal baptism                      26) Church-owned colleges, schools
7) Postponing baptism                  27) Instrumental music in worship
8) Purgatory                           28) Income by rummages, bake-sales
9) Indulgences                         29) Weekday collections
10) Praying for the dead               30) Denominational names
11) Praying to saints and Mary         31) 1000-year reign of Christ on earth
12) Burning incense in worship         32) Religious holy days
13) Confessing to special priesthood   33) Gambling
14) Successors to the apostles         34) Dancing
15) Lord’s Supper on weekdays          35) Drug dealing
16) Annual/quarterly Lord’s Supper     36) Cheating in school
17) Literal body/blood-Lord’s Supper   37) Abortion
18) Hamburger/Coke-Lord’s Supper       38) Publishing/selling pornography
19) One elder over a congregation      39) Religious holy days
20) One bishop over several churches   Etc., etc., etc.

				
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