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And the unique occurrences not only in this unit but in the entire Letter of “shamefulness,” “foolish talk,” “sarcastic ridicule” and “thanksgiving” distinguish the central C (5:4) unit of the chiasm in this tenth unit. ” 11. Walk as Children of Light in Love (5:7–14) A: Do not then become fellow sharers with them; 8 for you were once darkness, but now you are light (fw=j) in the Lord; walk as children of light (fwto&j)— B: 9 for the fruit (karpo&j) of the light (tou= fwto&j) consists in all goodness and righteousness and truth— C: 10 approving what is pleasing to the Lord, B´: 11 and do not be connected with the unfruitful (a)ka&rpoij) works of the darkness, but rather expose them.
14 As in 4:1, 17; 5:1, 7, 15, the inferential conjunction “then” (ou}n) in 6:14 introduces a new unit in 6:14–22. ”23 An A-B-C-B´-A´ chiastic structure confirms the integrity of the fourteenth unit in 6:14–22. . . . that he may encourage your (u9mw=n) hearts” in 6:22—determines the parallelism between the A (6:14) and A´ (6:21–22) elements of the chiasm. Thus, this parallelism between 6:14 and 6:21–22 based on the pronoun “you” indicates that 6:21–22 belongs with 6:14–20, and not, as many scholars present it, with 6:23–24, where the pronoun “you” does not 23.
1 22 Ephesians An A-B-C-C´-B´-A´ chiastic pattern establishes the integrity of the fourth unit in 2:1–10. The only occurrences in the fourth unit of the second-person plural pronoun “you”—“And you (u9ma=j) being dead in your (u9mw=n) transgressions” in 2:1 and “this is not from you (u9mw=n)” in 2:8, as well as the only occurrences in this unit of the verb “walk”—“in which you once walked (periepath&sate)” in 2:2 and “that we might walk (peripath&swmen) in them” in 2:10, determine the parallelism of the A (2:1–2) and A´ (2:8–10) elements of the chiasm.
Despising Shame: Honor Discourse and Community Maintenance in the Epistle to the Hebrews (Society of Biblical Literature Studies in Biblical Literature) by David Arthur deSilva