Who are the main characters in the parable of the Good Samaritan?
The parable is found in Luke 10. The characters of the parable are a Jewish traveller, a Jewish Priest, a Jewish Levite and a Samaritan. The one telling the story is Jesus and he is speaking to an expert of the Law.
What is the main point of the parable of the Good Samaritan?
This is when he told the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37), to explain that people should love everyone, including their enemies. It is easy to love friends and family, but it is much more difficult to love those who you may not get along with, or even those who may harm or hurt you.
What religion is the Good Samaritan?
Samaritans therefore dissent from Jews regarding the holiest place to worship God: the Temple Mount in Jerusalem according to Judaism, but Mount Gerizim according to Samaritanism.
|Regions with significant populations|
|Samaritan Community Populations|
|Israel (mainly in Holon)||415 (2017)|
Who are the characters in the story?
The characters are the persons we meet in the story. A characterization is a description of the characters. The protagonist is the main character, often the hero of the story. The antagonist is the villain or enemy in the story.
What does the priest represent in the Good Samaritan?
The priest is the Law, the Levite is the prophets, and the Samaritan is Christ. The wounds are disobedience, the beast is the Lord’s body, the [inn], which accepts all who wish to enter, is the Church. The manager of the [inn] is the head of the Church, to whom its care has been entrusted.