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研究生:陳淑芬
研究生(外文):Chen, Su-fen
論文名稱:聖經中「吃」和「喝」的主題及其引申的含意
論文名稱(外文):The Motifs of “Eating” and “Drinking”in the Bible and Their Extended Significance
指導教授:廖本瑞廖本瑞引用關係
指導教授(外文):Liao, Pen-shui
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立高雄師範大學
系所名稱:英語學系
學門:人文學門
學類:外國語文學類
論文種類:學術論文
畢業學年度:96
語文別:英文
論文頁數:91
中文關鍵詞:聖經文學
外文關鍵詞:Biblical LiteratureDrinkingEating
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聖經不只展現出人類天性的共同遺產,而且協助人類了解自己的破壞性,進而支取神所賦予的無限能力。聖經是神的話,透過聖靈的啟示而紀錄下來,也是神的代表。本篇論文分為五部分─緒論、三章主要論述和結論。第一章聖經作為文學,重點說明聖經中的各種文學的體裁及術語,包括歷史、詩、預言、隱喻和象徵性的啟示。第二章強調嗎哪是神的話。耶和華對摩西說,〝我要將糧食從天降給你們、百姓可以出去、每天收每天的分、我好試驗他們遵不遵我的法度〞(出埃及記16 :4)。當時嗎哪就像麵包,他們需要天天收集。主要強調在嗎哪象徵神對我們身體和靈魂的供應(希伯來書)。第三章探討餅和杯,象徵耶穌在最後晚餐和聖餐中救贖、犧牲和復活的含意。主在最後的晚餐上,主要教導我們紀念耶穌,被釘十架受難、死亡和復活最好的詮釋,主的晚餐是把耶穌對全人類的愛表露無遺。在馬太福音、馬可福音、路加福音,這三卷福音書中,我們看見耶穌在最後晚餐,拿起餅祝謝了,就擘開說:「這是我的身體,為你們捨的」。這樣完美的犧牲,提供給未來的世代和門徒們許多佳美的見證。所有的基督徒在領受聖餐時,都應深思主在最後晚餐中的重大深遠意義。領聖餐是為了紀念主(哥林多前書11:25)。 第四章探討要跟隨主的腳踪,學習他的菜單─聖經,看耶穌如何吃。醫學上也證明耶穌的食譜,也發展出地中海型輕食,確實讓人們減少心臟病、癌症和其它疾病發生的貢獻。結論指出,從嗎哪、主的最後晚餐、聖餐、地中海型輕食,人們可領受神的大能和信實。
The Bible not only shows the common heritage of human nature, but enables us to understand the process whereby we may overcome the destructive elements within us and attain our God-given potential. The Bible not only contains the Word of God; but it is also God’s presentation. This thesis is divided into five parts: the introductory chapter, three main chapters, and a conclusion. The introductory chapter focuses on the Bible as literature. The Bible contains various types of literature, each of which must be understood on its own terms. It contains history, poetry, parables, metaphors and symbolic revelations. In chapter II, I emphasize manna as God’s Word. "Then said the LORD unto Moses, “ Behold, I will rain bread from heaven for you; and the people shall go out and gather a certain rate every day, that I may prove them, whether they will walk in my law, or no”(Exodus 16: 4). Hence, Manna symbolizes that God provides us with food for our bodies and souls in the book of Hebrews (Hebrews 13: 8.). Chapter III explores bread and wine in the Lord’s Supper and Eucharist to reveal God’s Redemption, Sacrifice and Restoration. That is the finest expression of the Lord’s Supper because it presents Jesus’ priceless love for all human beings (See Matthew 26: 26-29; Mark 14: 22-25and Luke 22: 14- 23). In three gospel accounts, we find that Jesus takes bread, blesses it, breaks it and gives it to the disciples at the Last Supper and tells them to "take and eat; this is My body." It is a perfect sacrifice and provides many benefits for His disciples of that day and future generations, as well as benefits all of those who have been followers in times past. Undoubtedly, at all times when Christians eat the Eucharist, we should reflect upon the significant meaning of the Lord’s Supper. Chapter IV deals with Jesus’ diet, and we should follow in Jesus’ footsteps. Jesus ate the healthiest Mediterranean diet ever developed, constituting a message to keep people from suffering from heart disease, cancer and other diseases. In the concluding chapter, people can experience God’s almighty and faithful characteristics through manna, the Lord’s Supper, the Eucharist and the Mediterranean diet. God is light and love.
Chapter One The Bible as literature………………………………… .1 Chapter Two Manna and God’s Word………………………………...12 Chapter Three The Lord’s Supper and Eucharist……………………….33 Chapter Four Mediterranean Diet, Jesus’ Diet and Ingesting and Digesting……………………………………. …………64 Chapter Five Conclusion……………………………………………….74 Bibliography ….………………………………………………………..81
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