A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Acts 28:27 the center and climax is in Paul's quotation of Isaiah 6:10, "THEY HAVE CLOSED THEIR EYES; OTHERWISE

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Acts 22:14-15 the center and climax is "You will be a witness for Him to all men" (Acts 22:15a). https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Acts-22.14-15a-Chiasm.pdf

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Acts 20:17-38 the center and climax is Paul's words of farewell to the Ephesian elders, "Pay careful attention to yourselves and to

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Acts 17:15-34 the center and climax is that God "does not dwell in temples made with hands nor is

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Acts 13:1-4 the center and climax is the Holy Spirit saying, "Set apart for Me Barnabas and Saul for the work to

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Acts 11: 19-26 the center and climax is when Barnabas arrived in Antioch "and witnessed the grace of God,

The New Testament records five household baptisms (Acts 10:1-11:18; 16:14-15; 16:29-34; 18:8; 1 Cor 1:14). The clear implication of these five passages is that all those who believed were baptized regardless of their age. https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Acts-10.1-16.34a-Household-Baptisms.pdf

When was Saul of Tarsus converted? Was it on the Road to Damascus or was it when he received his sight after his three days of blindness? There are several clues in the three accounts of his conversion in Acts 9:3-18; 22:6-16; and 26:12-18. Evidence can be found for both positions. https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Acts-9.3-26.18a-Time-of-Conversion.pdf

A chiasm is a literary structure where vocabulary of the first section of a passage is repeated in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Acts 7:57-8:8 the center and climax is "and they were all scattered throughout the regions of Judea and Samaria, except the apostles"

A chiasm is a literary structure where themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Acts 3:18-21 the center and climax is "repent and return" (Acts 3:19a-b). https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Acts-3.18-21a-Chiaasm.pdf