So you're counting four I'm not counting, and not counting 6 I am counting. So you get 56 versus my 67. I'm also counting the apokriteis
, because they seven and are pregnant judgment preambles. So that's the diff: 9 apok + 6 amen.
You need both verbs and nouns. In verse order, the keywords alternate into precis sentences, effectively saying 'Answering (with juridical rule), Christ Believe See Sign (of His) Coming Answering See Jesus Christ See Christ the Sign'
etc. I put the keywords in verse order in the Notes section of the Matt24-25 pdf (link below). Pretty amazing.
I don't count idou
cuz it's an adverb. Only verbs and nouns. Not counting semeion
but maybe should. If I do, all three occurrences are before v.47, and the result is still Matt25:11ab as center (total 70 is meaningful, so the 35-36th would be center). So maybe should count it, but the center result doesn't much change, drat! Paired center now starts with the prolife movement, Matt25:10, ends at Matt25:11a.
I updated http://www.brainout.net/Matt24-25ParsedR6.pdf
accordingly, adding semeion
older post is below.
Do the 42 you counted, all seven to each other? Example, does 2nd Iesous seven to the first? Then seven to parousias
? If they don't, then either the count is wrong or it's not intended as an anaphora, and there MUST be at least a pair of them.
Do the Basileus
refs seven to each other (I get the distance at 210, so yes)?
Do the ho christos refs seven to each other (I get the distance of 504, so yes)?
Adding these makes the kurios
center later and later. Adding these 4 to the 23 I have (including numphios, in verse order, count every occurrence even if repeated in the verse), makes the center Matt25:20.
Adding ho Iesous
, seven to each other at 154-7.
So now the total becomes 29 (23 plus the six you found). So then 14 left and 14 right means (in verse order) the 15th occurrence, Matt25:18.
as a synonym, then 10 more means 39. In verse order, then the 20th occurrence puts us back at the second of the pair in Matt25:11, which is our own 2017 (yikes).
But in no event do the other anaphora occurrences converge with them. The center of the prophecy is where they converge, which brings us back to amen legw humin, which has six occurrences, so must be a pair to center, which is between English Reformation (24:47) and (ulp) our Matt25:12. The only items not converging are parousia, and the above basileus/christos refs, tho they may be 'spokes' out from the convergences, I'm not sure.
Not sure to onomati mou
is meant to be an anaphora either, since it's a fake claim in His name, but not Him, tho the ho christos
refs might seven. It does in Mark.
I'd leave out all the pronouns, autos, su, me, etc. And why did you inclulde kleptis, since that's a thief?
If there's only one occurrence (like poimen) then it's not an anaphora, which by definition, repeats.
There are several centers to plot. One per keyword, its own center. Then the center for the sum of all the synonyms. The real center is where they all converge.
Here's an example (the big red box section), but it doesn't take into account your additions yet. http://www.brainout.net/Matt24-25Center.jpg
I can't put a large jpg in here, sorry.