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A chiasm is a literary structure where the words or themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. The book of Judges is an exampleof this. https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Judga-Chiasms-ESV.pdf

A chiasm is a literary structure where the themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. Typically whatever is in the center of the chiasm is what is being emphasized. In Judges 19-21, the emphasis is on the oath threatening Benjamin with extinction (Judg 21:1). https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Judg-19-21a-Chiasm.pdf

A chiasm is a literary structure where the themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. Typically whatever is in the center of the chiasm is what is being emphasized. In Judges 10:6-12:7, the emphasis is on Jephthatah sending the treaty lawsuit and defeating Ammon (Judg 11:12-28).

A chiasm is a literary structure where the themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. Typically whatever is in the center of the chiasm is what is being emphasized. In Judges 6:1-8:32, the emphasis is on Gideon's struggle to believe God (Judg 6:33-7:18) https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Judg-6.1-8.32a-Chiasm.pdf

A chiasm is a literary structure where the themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. Typically whatever is in the center of the chiasm is what is being emphasized. In Judges 4, the emphasis is on God giving Sisera into Barak's hand (Judg 4:14a). https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Judg-4a-Chiasm.pdf