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The Chiasm of Luke 6:1-5

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Luke 6:1-5 the center and climax is that David and his companions ate the consecrated bread in the temple

The Chiasm of Luke 5:36-39

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Luke 5:36-39 the center and climax is that new wine bursts old wineskins (Luke 5:37). https://howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Luke-5.36-39a-Chiasm.pdf

The Chiasm of Luke 5:29-32

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Luke 5:29-32 the center and climax is where Jesus says, "It is not those who are well who need a physician, but

The Chiasm of Luke 5:27-28

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Luke 5:27-28 the center and climax is that Levi the tax collector whom we also know as Matthew left everything behind to

The Chiasm of Luke 5:17-26

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Luke 5:17-26 the center is Jesus proving by forgiving sins that he is God (Luke 5:21-23) https://howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Luke-5.17-26a-Chiasm.pdf

The Chiasm of Luke 5:12-16

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Luke 5:12-16 the center and climax is Jesus cleansing the leper (Luke 5:12c-13a). https://howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Luke-5.12-16a-Chiasm.pdf

The Chiasm of Luke 5:1-11

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Luke 5:1-11 the center and climax is Jesus recruiting Peter the fisherman to catch men (Luke 5:4-10). https://howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Luke-5.1-11a-Chiasm.pdf

The Chiasm of Luke 4:42-44

A chiasm is a literary structure where themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Luke 4:42-44 the center and climax is Jesus' statement that he was sent for the purpose of preaching the kingdom of God

Chiasm of Luke 4:31-41

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Luke 4:31-41 the center and climax Jesus after healing Simon Peter's mother-in-law on the Sabbath, when the sun has

The Chiasm of Luke 4:21-30

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Luke 4:21-30 the center and climax is Jesus pointing out that there were many widows in Israel in the