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In this research paper I will be addressing the parable of The Good Samaritan and how it is overtly with the Social Psychology term actor-observer bias As we can observe prior the parable there was a preamble where the Pharisee just wanted to justify his acts before his own eyes During the encounter of Jesus with the Pharisee He answered two inquiries that the Pharisee asked was what must I do to receive everlasting life and second inquiry was who is my fellow citizen Artists for Israel International 2011 Luke 1025 29 OJB The crucial element here is that the Pharisee is merely a scholar of the Mosaic Law but on the contrast they can never be compared with the district attorney of these days The last question asked by the Pharisee was the one the Lastly Jesus replied to him with the parable of the Good Samaritan The parable of the Good Samaritan is based on a man that was held up by thieves that was on the way to Jericho This victim was left semiconscious leaving him practically naked stripping him of his rope and leaving him with under garment this was a sign of shame for a Jew On the other hand alongside his path passed two prominent religious authorities of the day which were a Rabbi and a Pharisee Both passed by his side at different hours of the day but both were not interested in helping the victim so they way on their separate ways To the misfortune of the victim a Samaritan helped him out I say misfortune because Samaritans were despised by the Jews because they were Jews that intermarried gentiles It was shames to have Samaritan help him He gave him the first aid he needed by anointing his wounds with oil wine and then bandaging them and putting him on his donkey And after
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