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Themes and Patterns

Sacred literature demands the reader carefully engage not only the text itself but great and eternal principles. One simple method of active reading is to utilize the

4 comments to Themes and Patterns

  • Rex Hoyt

    I like this Chiasmus and what it teaches. I would like to understand it more. Are there any more teachings or writings on this topic and how to progress on this path?
    Thanks, Rex

  • Marilin Moss

    There is a book “Discoveries In Chiasmus” by Yvonne Bent and Scott L. Vanatter that is very good. This book covers patterns repeated that are found in everything. (math, the atom, words, science- everything)

  • Scott Vanatter

    Thanks, Marilin! I loved collaborating with Yvonne. Both at the conference she hosted and the book we put together (post-conference). Glad you enjoyed it. Scott V.

  • Scott,
    I had an insight this passed few days. Please check the Jewish Hallel. Psalms 113-118. It is recited 3 times a year in Jewish ceremonies. Hallel means Praise and I think it repeats the Davidic structure 2 times. Please send me a copy of the book. Maybe it is in it already.

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