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Chapter Three: Instructional Speech Genre in Q

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This chapter analyzes the shorter instructional speeches in Q. It shows that Q's sayings clusters are exemplars of the instructional speech genre. Some examples Q's instructional speeches are as follows: Love Your Enemies (6:27-36); Judge Not (6:37-42); Trees, Fruit, and Speech (6:43- 45) etc. The instructional nature of the speech should no longer be in doubt. Despite the heat and volatility of the threats of judgment, the opening admonition + rationale establishes the framework genre of the speech as being instructional and deliberative, and the elaborative body uses a mixture of gnomes, aphorisms, paradigms, and examples from daily life to secure the argument and gain adherence to the programmatic admonition.

Keywords: instructional speech genre; Judge Not; Love Your Enemies

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