There is a unique genre of patterns and repetition spanning the Biblical text. This book intends to address the far-reaching implications of these patterns, their origin and meaning and the authenticity and reliability of the Bible we have today. This book explores the unique manner in which the Bible is written and the mysteries of divine communication and Biblical word order.
Advanced students will find this book helpful in the study of parallelism, chiasm, paronomasia, and coded structure.
Other sources for the reader include:
"Lectures on the Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews" by Robert Lowth
"The Shape of Biblical Language: Chiasmus in the Scriptures and Beyond" by John Breck
"The Documentary Hypothesis" by Umberto Cassuto
"A Commentary on the Book of Genesis" by Umberto Cassuto
"The Literary Structure of the Old Testament" by David Dorsey
"Who Really Wrote the Bible" by Eyal Rav-Noy
"A Chronological and Calendrical Commentary on the Pentateuch" by James Jordan