Rhetorical Foundations

Rhetorical Foundations - Rhetorical Foundations COMM 3300...

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Rhetorical Foundations COMM 3300 Simonson Reading Questions 11: Judeo-Christian Rhetoric (Kennedy) Directions : For Friday, read George Kennedy, “Judeo-Christian Rhetoric” and type up answers to the following questions, to hand in at the start of class 1. Explain the ideas of grace, authority, and logos as “the basic modes of proof of Judeo- Christian rhetoric.” What does each involve, and how do they compare to Greek (Aristotelian) ideas of pisteis. Man can understand the divine message of the basic modes of proof of Judeo-Christian rhetoric. They correspond in an incomplete way to the pathos, ethos, and rational logs to the Aristotelian rhetoric. The Judeo-Christian orator who addresses the audience on whom the Spirit has worked for in the past and for whom the prerequisite grace has been provided earlier. However their experience is no longer vivid. The idea of recalling people to the truth through rational or emotional speech. The character of the speaker shows a strong sense of authority. The role of
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