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The passages discussed rendered in numbers of syllables and words

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This section lists passages rendered in numbers of syllables and words that occur in the book Numerical Literary Techniques in John: The Fourth Evangelist's Use of Numbers of Words and Syllables. John 9 starts with the description of the healing of a man born blind performed by Jesus, preceded by a conversation between Jesus and his disciples about the man's illness. There are several testimonies from antiquity suggesting that the relationship between parts of a literary unit should be a relationship of proportion in size.

Keywords: John 9; Numerical Literary Techniques



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