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1. A Line of Logic
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2. Value Frameworks
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Version One: - (of the "Reality Search" analysis)
A LINE OF LOGIC
Analysis by Michelle Nailon
The "Reality Search" analysis of the four gospels and "Acts of the Apostles" covers the whole of these texts so that every part
can fit into the "Reality Search" sections. Moreover the analysis shows how one of these sections moves into the paragraph structures of the next section.
First there is the gospel of Mark who sets out definitions of Law and Order, what sort of person can move between the two
and what the power of one has to deal with.
Then there is the gospel of Matthew who sets out the best type of law-based society , then points out the limitations of
this type of society. Matthew also deals with the "persona" of this society which is "the disciple."
The gospel of Luke deals with a society which is based upon Order. And, while Matthew has a heavy emphasis on time,
in which the cause and effect of natural law takes place, Luke has a heavy emphasis on place. Luke presents the
"persona" of an order-based society which is the Kingdom figure.
The Acts of the Apostles gives an historical account of how a society bringing law and order into dialetical tension with
each other was launched. It also provides the key by which these two differing approaches can be pinned together.
Finally the gospel of John shows how the two types of societies are brought together, side by side, into a living co'existence.
The way in which the sections of the gospels and Acts follow on from one another is so logical that the book
"A Line of Logic" demonstrates the sequence of reasoning here without even
mentioning religous words like "gospel", "Jesus", "God" or "Jews" etc. It simply talks about the first ancient text, the
second ancient text and so on.
At the end of "A Line of Logic" there is a "cartoon" presentation which shows each of the logical steps in pictorial form.
As well, historical examples of extreme forms of a law based and order based society are weighed up against the lists of
limitations provided in Matthew and Luke.