"Sarcasm has at its core the intent to insult or to be hurtful with no corresponding love or wish for well-being. ...Instead, the goal of sarcasm is to belittle the victim and elevate the speaker."
Is THAT how your source chooses to define the term? Good.biblehub.com/matthew/23-33.htmbiblehub.com/luke/13-32.htm
Try again, Gesù è con noi
. You're making this too
I'm just getting started. Now let's get technical.
Your source, and by extension you, both need to check a reputable reference for the definitions of "satire" and "sarcasm" instead of rewriting them to suit your own purposes.
Merriam Webster uses each
term to define the other
and lists each as a synonym of the other.www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/satirewww.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sarcasm
Pay especial note to the phrase "satire applies to writing"
which Jesus was not doing.
This distinction is further supported by Wikipedia.--Sarcasm is "a sharp, bitter, or cutting expression or remark; a bitter gibe or taunt"en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarcasm--In fiction and less frequently in non-fiction, satire is a genre of literature and performing arts,en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satire
What's glaringly absent is the central distinction your source made: "good vs. bad", the contrived moral connotation between one and the other..
Your source fabricated something that simply does not exist in established mainstream usage and is unsupported by major reference works.
Putting it bluntly, they made it up.
They took the laziest and single most intellectually sloppy way of trying to reconcile Jesus' method with His intent.
If you'd like to contest the matter, you need references that can credibly rival one of the most widely referenced dictionaries in existence and the most comprehensive digital encyclopedia ever created.
Good luck with that. :D
Meanwhile, I'll see your one lonely website with its dubious definitions and raise you another eight .
When it comes to scholarly consensus, your source is as out of touch as its definitions.biblehub.com/…/sarcasm--paul.h…www.biblestudy.org/humor/humor-of-apostl…bible-truths.com/sarcasm.htmbiblemesh.com/blog/holy-sarcasm/www.crosswalk.com/…/yes-jesus-was-s…ehrmanblog.org/is-there-sarcas…www.reddit.com/…/does_the_great_…derekpenwell.net/…/on-being-a-smar…
Returning to your earlier point, this
is why some "jesters" pride themselves. This right here... "Speak(ing) English very well" is simply a means to an end, dear Gesu.
I'm only too happy to reacquaint you with the final result. ;-)