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THE SHAPE OF A MIRACLE STORY A RESPECTFUL ANALYSIS OF JOHN 4:43-54

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As the evangelist's literary technique requires, this article studies the narrative in John 4:43-54 starting from a count of the number of syllables (= s.) and words (= w.) of its parts. In toto the story uses 450 s. in 222 w. Essentially, a central part vv. 48-52 (of 168 s. in 84 w.) is framed by vv. 46c47 and vv. 53-54 (each 75 s.). This central section supplements the introductory vv. 43-46b (132 s.). A pattern of 132 + 318 = 450 s. emerges, and the number 318, TIH, may well have to be interpreted in accordance with Barn. 9:8: "Here you have Jesus and his cross symbolized".

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