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New American Bible

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1 PreNAB | be joined a real skill in literary criticism of the same text."~ ~ 2 PreNAB | consideration the various sources or literary traditions.~ ~The revision 3 PreNAB | sixth century B.C., when the literary formation of the Pentateuch 4 PreNAB | author. Several sources, or literary traditions, that the final 5 PreNAB | distinguished from their literary garb.~ ~With the story of 6 Pent | sixth century B.C., when the literary formation of the Pentateuch 7 Pent, Gen 1: 5(3) | to the highly artificial literary structure of Genesis 1:1- 8 Pent, Rut Int | One might characterize the literary form of this book as dramatic, 9 His | these are added the special literary group of Tobit, Judith, 10 His, 0 0: 23 | feast of Purim. It is a literary development of the principle 11 His, 1Kin 22: 19(1) | against Ramoth-gilead the literary device of describing false 12 His, 1Chr Int | the last part of a single literary work that began with 1 and 13 His, Ezr Int | Ezra-Nehemiah is our most important literary source for the formation 14 His, Tob Int | author of the book used the literary form of religious novel ( 15 His, Jdt Int | be regarded as having a literary character of its own. It 16 His, Est Int | book is to be found in its literary presentation rather than 17 His, Est Int | with facts. The evident literary motif of the reversal of 18 His, Est Int | additions is probably a later literary paraphrase in which the 19 WisdB, Job Int | style, place it among the literary masterpieces of all time.~ 20 WisdB, Job Int | fifth centuries B.C. Its literary form, with speeches, prologue 21 WisdB, Psa Int | certain distinct patterns or literary forms. Thus, the hymn is 22 WisdB, Psa Int | been lifted out to form a literary type all its own; cf. Psa 23 WisdB, Pro 25: 1(1) | The men of Hezekiah: literary men at the royal court of 24 WisdB, Ecc Int | Qoheleth was obviously only his literary name. Because he is called " 25 WisdB, Ecc Int | personation, however, was but a literary device to lend greater dignity 26 WisdB, Son Int | the Song, using the same literary figure, paints a beautiful 27 ProphB | nations.~In content, the literary genre of prophecy uses warning 28 ProphB, Lam Int | experience of national ruin.~As a literary work, the Book of Lamentations 29 ProphB, Lam Int | pathos of the songs, this literary feature permits a symbolic 30 ProphB, Bar Int | Baruch. The purpose of this literary device is to portray for 31 ProphB, Bar Int | does so with no special literary grace.~Thus the principal 32 ProphB, Eze 40: 1(1) | program for the future. The literary form of the vision has been 33 ProphB, Hab Int | Israel's past and rich in literary borrowings from the poetry 34 ProphB, Hag Int | This oracle is cast in the literary form of a torah, an instruction 35 NTPre | however, the problem of marked literary peculiarities had to be 36 Gosp | these books treat of the literary characteristics proper to 37 Gosp, Mat 8: 5(4) | tradition, not to a common literary source. As in the later 38 Gosp, Mat 13: 3(3) | covering a wide variety of literary forms such as axioms, proverbs, 39 Gosp, Mat 21: 4(4) | ways, the common Hebrew literary device of poetic parallelism. 40 Gosp, Luk 1: 1(1) | gospels to begin with a literary prologue. Making use of 41 Gosp, Luk 1: 1(1) | Making use of a formal, literary construction and vocabulary, 42 Gosp, Luk 1: 5(2) | historical and legendary details, literary ornamentation and interpretation 43 Gosp, Luk 3: 19(8) | 3:21-22). Luke uses this literary device to serve his understanding 44 Gosp, Luk 18: 31(6) | and death suggest that the literary formulation of the announcement 45 Gosp, Joh Int | synoptic gospels. It is highly literary and symbolic. It does not 46 Gosp, Joh Int | certain elements of its literary style. For instance, some 47 Gosp, Joh 7: 1(1) | and dialogues. There is a literary inclusion with Jesus in 48 Gosp, Joh 14: 1(1) | dialogue marked off by a literary inclusion in John 14:1, 49 Gosp, Joh 20: 28(17)| and my God: this forms a literary inclusion with the first 50 Gosp, Act 16: 10(3) | person plural simply as a literary device to lend color to 51 NTLet, 1Cor 10: 4(2) | Paul uses this legend as a literary type: he makes the rock 52 NTLet, 1Cor 15: 21(9) | presents Adam as at least a literary type of Christ; the parallelism 53 NTLet, 2Cor Int | together and impose some literary unity upon the collection, 54 NTLet, 2The 2: 15(8) | 17 are to be taken as a literary unit, notwithstanding the 55 NTLet, Tit Int | Pastorals once circulated as a literary unit, Titus was meant to 56 NTLet, Phl 0: 7(7) | Philippians 1:20, where it forms a literary inclusion marking off the 57 CathL | the form of a letter for literary effect, a phenomenon comparable 58 CathL, Jam Int | From the viewpoint of its literary form, James is a letter 59 CathL, Jam Int | general to establish any literary dependence. James represents 60 CathL, Jam Int | letter into its present literary form. This assumption is 61 CathL, 1Pet Int | Such secretaries often gave literary expression to the author' 62 CathL, 1Pet Int | middle position. The many literary contacts with the Pauline 63 CathL, 2Pet Int | to Peter according to a literary convention popular at the 64 CathL, 2Pet Int | 18) contains a number of literary contacts with Jude 1:4-16, 65 CathL, 2Pet Int | writes in the rather stilted literary Greek of the Hellenistic 66 CathL, 2Joh | introductions and conclusions. The literary considerations that link 67 CathL, 2Joh | to her children." This literary image of a particular Christian 68 CathL, Jude | 18, that there must be a literary relationship between them. 69 CathL, Rev Int | of the author or simply literary conventions employed by 70 CathL, Rev Int | sound so harsh are in fact literary devices the author employed 71 CathL, Rev Int | 16:9-19:2),are likewise literary devices. The metaphor of

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