Between the Mount of transfiguration and Jerusalem and beyond : the chiastic structure of Matthew 17:14–20:34

Scholtz, Jacob J. (2017)

CITATION: Scholtz, J. J. 2017. Between the Mount of transfiguration and Jerusalem and beyond : the chiastic structure of Matthew 17:14–20:34. In die Skriflig/In Luce Verbi, 51(1):a2211, doi:10.4102/ids.v51i1.2211.

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In this article, a chiastic structure in Matthew 17:14–20:34 is identified, evaluated and discussed. This structure highlights the movements of Jesus between the Mount of Transfiguration and Jerusalem as he is on his way to the cross to provide forgiveness of sins. However, this chiastic structure may also be considered in its wider, prophetic context. The structure of Matthew 17:14–20:34 fits into the larger thought or movement of Matthew 16:28–25:46. This shows Jesus’ movements from the Mount of Transfiguration to Jerusalem and beyond — not only during his first advent, but also at his second coming.

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