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eben
stone; “stone of stumbling” ; “cornerstone”
pesher
phrase-by-phrase/line-by-line interpretation; interpreter perceives that events are taking place in their own present moment
chiasmus
rhetorical structure conceived of as a chi (X); A1, B1, B2, A2
apostellein
to be sent or commissioned
akoe
message or “what is heard” (Romans 10: faith comes by what is heard)
inclusio
a way of beginning and ending an argument with the same word or phrase
shema
emphasizes the oneness of God in context with obedience of faith; to hear and to obey
hypakoein
to obey or listen to what is heard; obedience
sorties
stair-step argument in which the predicate of the previous sentence serves as the subject of the next sentence
paranesis
moral exhortation
parakalo
rhetorical ethical appeal to audience (“I appeal to you”)
metonymy
substitute one thing/idea for another
diokontes
to practice; to pursue
diokontas
to persecute
pax romana
the Roman peace
ebenezer
stone of help (can also be a stone related to judgment)
eclogue
poetic section within a narrative
anaphora
repetition of a word or phrase with slightly differing nuances for emphasis