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The Chiasm of Luke 1:31-32a

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 1:31-32a the center and climax is "You shall name Him Jesus" (Luke 1:31b) https://howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Luke-1.31-32aa-Chiasm.pdf

The Chiasm of Luke 1:26-38

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 1:26-38 the center and climax is "You shall name Him Jesus" (Luke 1:31b). https://howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Luke-1.26-38a-Chiasm.pdf

The Chiasm of Luke 1:5-80

A chiasm is a literary structure where themes 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 1:5-80 the center is the meeting of the two mothers (Luke 1:36-45). https://howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Luke-1.5-80a-Chiasm.pdf

The Chiasm of Luke 1:5-25

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 1:5-25 the center and climax is the angel of the Lord appearing to Zecharias and telling him, "your

The Chiasm of Luke 1:5-7

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 1:5-7 the center and climax is that Zacharias and Elizabeth "were both righteous in the sight of God"

The Chiasm of Luke 1:1-4

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 1:1-4 the center and climax is Luke'stestimony that he "investigated everything carefully from the beginning" ad then wrote it out "in

The Chiastic Structure of the Gospel of John

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. The whole gospel of John is written as a chiasm. The center is John 10:18a -b. There in speaking of his laying down

The Chiasm of John 21

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 John 21 the center and climax is when John told Peter that the Lord was the on who had

The Chiasm of John 21:1-14

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 John 21:1-14 the center and climax is Jesus telling the disciples who were having no success fishing, "Cast the

The Chiasm of John 20:19-31

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 John 20:19-31 the center and climax is Jesus saying, "If you forgive the sins of any, their sins have