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Jul
11
revised Why was Elijah so afraid of Jezebel that he fled immediately after performing a great miracle?
Fixing formatting
Jul
11
reviewed Close How many people were killed by violence in the old testament?
Jul
11
reviewed No Action Needed Translation questions “right, may, might” as listed below
Jul
10
asked What do σῶμα ψυχικόν and σῶμα πνευματικόν refer to in 1 Corinthians 15:44?
Jul
10
asked What is the origin of the household tables?
Jul
8
awarded  Custodian
Jul
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
7
comment In 2 Peter 1:20-21, is Peter referring to all Scripture, or is he referring more specifically to the prophecies that are recorded in Scripture?
@Jas3.1 Yes. I do think Peter considered Moses and the Psalms as part of the "prophetic message"; but the concern in 2 Peter isn't to identify types of Scripture, but to identify types of prophecy (those that are credible because they have their origin in God, and those that are not credible because they do not).
Jul
5
answered In 2 Peter 1:20-21, is Peter referring to all Scripture, or is he referring more specifically to the prophecies that are recorded in Scripture?
Jul
5
awarded  Revival
Jul
4
answered Just how overpriced was Efron's burial cave anyway?
Jul
2
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
2
revised What is the rock that dashes the feet of the fourth kingdom in Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream in Daniel 2?
Fixing typo
Jun
28
awarded  Altruist
Jun
28
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
27
reviewed Leave Open Who is an authority on what can be called a “Bible”?
Jun
27
reviewed No Action Needed Which is the day described in verse Amos 8:9?
Jun
25
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
24
comment How can we ensure a given “chiasm” was intentional by the author, and is not merely fanciful eisegesis?
Also, how do you regard seemingly over-arching chiasms like Luke-Acts where the narrative has a direction, even if the pieces do not correspond 1:1 with each other. In Luke everything heads towards Jerusalem. In Acts everything heads away. Is that not chiastic?
Jun
24
comment How can we ensure a given “chiasm” was intentional by the author, and is not merely fanciful eisegesis?
I'm curious how you apply this to the Genesis passage in your question above. There is a strong pattern in chapter 3 of serpent -> woman -> man : man -> woman -> serpent : serpent -> woman -> man. Are elements of that properly called a chiasm?