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MBS131 The Book of Jude

MBS131 The Book of Jude
By. Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

There are five epistles called the Messianic Jewish Epistles that were written especially to deal with the needs and specific
issues facing Jewish believers. While these needs and issues are applicable to all believers, they deal primarily with unique issues
among Jewish believers. These Messianic Jewish Epistles are: Hebrews, James, I Peter, II Peter, and Jude. They were written to
instruct believers by letter rather than by personal instruction and were meant to be circulated among the congregations.

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MBS131 The Book of Jude
By. Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

I. INTRODUCTION: JUDE 1-2
A. The Author: Jude 1a
B. The Recipients: Jude 1b
C. The Salutation: Jude 2
II. THE WARNING AGAINST FALSE TEACHERS: JUDE 3-16
A. The Occasion: Jude 3-4
B. The False Teachers: Jude 5-16
1. The Clear Lesson of History: God Judges Sin: Jude 5-7
2. The Deeds of False Teachers: Jude 8-10
3. The Status of False Teachers: Jude 11-13
a. Similarity to the Old Testament Sinners: Jude 11
b. Six Similitudes: Jude 12-13
4. The Judgment of False Teachers: Jude 14-16
III. WARNING AGAINST SCOFFERS: JUDE 17-19
A. The Reminder of Things Already Written: Jude 17
B. The Content of the Mockery: Jude 18
C. The Deeds of Scoffers: Jude 19
IV. THE OBLIGATIONS OF BELIEVERS: JUDE 20-23
A. In Relation to Themselves: Jude 20-21
B. In Relation to Others: Jude 22-23
V. THE BENEDICTION: JUDE 24-25
A. What God Can Do: Jude 24
B. What God Is: Jude 25

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