Sermon on the Mount


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Sermon on the Mount

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In the New Testament, a discourse delivered by Jesus on a mountainside in Galilee, consisting of the Beatitudes, the Lord's Prayer, and various ethical teachings.

Sermon on the Mount

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(Bible) New Testament a major discourse delivered by Christ, including the Beatitudes and the Lord's Prayer (Matthew 5–7)

Ser′mon on the Mount′


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a discourse delivered by Jesus, containing fundamentals of Christian teaching. Matt. 5–7; Luke 6:20–49.
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Noun1.Sermon on the Mount - the first major discourse delivered by Jesus (Matthew 5-7 and Luke 6:20-49)Sermon on the Mount - the first major discourse delivered by Jesus (Matthew 5-7 and Luke 6:20-49)
Beatitude - one of the eight sayings of Jesus at the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount; in Latin each saying begins with `beatus' (blessed); "her favorite Beatitude is `Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth'"
Lord's Prayer - the prayer that Christ gave his disciples in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 6:9-13)
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The final portion of the book uses the Sermon on the Mount as a model for effective disciple-making.
This book is organized on readings of the Sermon on the Mount, and many of the meditations are formed from his own public sessions in lectio divina.
In a subsequent conversation in which Professor Rhoads and I reflected on the power of performance to transform interpretation, he issued a second challenge: to write a performance commentary on the Sermon on the Mount.
If the God of all creation is revealed in Jesus, then the Sermon on the Mount has something to say about how we perceive and respond to our world.
Following the pattern of the transforming initiatives identified in the Sermon on the Mount as the normative guide, the book's second part addresses crucial contemporary moral issues, reflecting both on experience and on social scientific data.
I have found the Sermon on the Mount (Chapters 5, 6 and 7 in the Gospel of Matthew) to be among the most difficult texts in the Christian tradition, if not all spiritual traditions, to fulfill.
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An eye for an eye" is not stressed in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7) which has served as a model for the OOA with, "Love your enemies, bless them which curse you, do good to those who hate you .
This end would have been even more important for Christian rhetoric than for non-Christian rhetors because the author of the Sermon on the Mount was not simply a talented rhetor but Jesus Christ, the Son of God, Truth Itself.
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He repeats the Sermon on the Mount and other teachings of Jesus found in the Gospels.
The Sermon on the Mount coupled with instructions to "turn the other cheek" and "love your enemies" leads to a kingly rule not of this world, but certainly of earthly consequence.