In this article, I continue looking at structures in Romans ch. 6 by considering some possible structural aspects of the “bridge” section, Romans 6:12-14. Please click on the link below to acces the article which, as usual, is a Word document:
All help and comments gratefully received!
Categories: Chiastic and Other Structures, New Testament Exegesis, Romans
Stewart, I rejoice that you hold such a high view of Scripture. Your commitment to its chiastic structure implies you believe it was God-breathed at a deep structural level. Amen!
I was looking for your philosophy behind your approach. I found your book “Biblical Chiasms in the Interpretation of Scripture – an Introductory Reader.” Sadly, Amazon (UK) says it is not available. Do you have plans to reprint it? If not, can you point me to a place that shows your underlying assumptions and the reasons for them?
Hi Mike! Many thanks for your kind comments. I’ve replied via your email address, and am hoping to get my books back (on Amazon.co.uk) shortly.
With very best wishes,