OceanSide church of Christ

Introduction
I. DEFINITION OF FIGURE OF SPEECH
II. WHY FIGURES OF SPEECH ARE USED
III. HOW IS FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE DETERMINED?
IV. TYPES OF FIGURES
V. WHY STUDY FIGURES OF SPEECH IN THE BIBLE?
VI. A POSITIVE MINDSET
VII. A FEW EXAMPLES
Ellipsis & Metaphor
I. ELLIPSIS
II. METAPHOR
Simile & Parable
I. SIMILE
II. PARABLE
Paralleism, Parallel Forms, Repetition
I. PARALLELISMS
II. PARALLEL FORMS
III. REPETITIONS
Hyperbole, Anabasis, Catabasis
I. HYPERBOLE
II. ANABASIS
III. CATABASIS
Anthropomorphism, Personification
I. ATHROPOMORPHISM
II. PERSONIFICATION
Metonymy
I. DEFINITION
II. SIMPLE ILLUSTRATIONS OF METONYMY FROM THE BIBLE
III. TYPES OF METONYMYS
Synecdoche, Oxymoron, Symbols
I. SYNECDOCHE
II. OXYMORON
III. SYMBOLS
Types
I. THE DEFINITION OF TYPE
II. A WORD STUDY
III. RULES REGARDING TYPES
Types (2)
I. PEOPLE CAN BE TYPES.
II. PLACES CAN BE TYPES
III. THINGS CAN BE TYPES
IV. EVENTS CAN BE TYPES
V. OFFICES CAN BE TYPES
VI. ACTIONS CAN BE TYPES
VII. INSTITUTIONS CAN BE TYPES
Parables
I. DEFINITION OF PARABLE
II. THE INTERPRETATION OF A PARABLE
III. THE CATEGORIES OF THE PARABLES
IV. WHY JESUS SPOKE IN PARABLES
V. THE PARABLES IN CHRONOLIGICAL ORDER
Allegory
I. DEFINITION
II. POINTS TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT ALLEGORIES
III. PAULíS ALLEGORY IN GALATIANS 4:21-31
IV. ANOTHER POSSIBLE ALLEGORY
Fable
I. FABLES IN THE NEW TESTAMENT
II. FABLES: POSITIVE USE
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Introduction
Ellipsis & Metaphor
Simile & Parable
Paralleism, Parallel Forms, Repetition
Hyperbole, Anabasis, Catabasis
Anthropomorphism, Personification
Metonymy
Synecdoche, Oxymoron, Symbols
Types
Types (2)
Parables
Allegory
Fable