The Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament

Author: William D. Mounce

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310542100

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 542

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This is an all-new analytical Greek lexicon, based on the critical Greek text (UBS3), with Goodrick / Kohlenberger numbers and new grammatical paradigms.

Analytical Lexicon of New Testament Greek

Author: Maurice A. Robinson,Mark A. House

Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers

ISBN: 1598567012

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 449

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The Analytical Lexicon of New Testament Greek is an invaluable resource for

Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament

Author: Timothy Friberg,Barbara Friberg

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1412056543

Category: Reference

Page: 439

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A lexicon of New Greek Testament including variant forms found in all major printed editions of the Greek New Testament. Consequently, this is a lexicon of the New Testament's language in all its manuscript forms. The grammatical analysis is based on the Analytical Greek New Testament. The lemma definitions were developed as the original work of Neva Miller, and have gone through several stages of refining. Each lexical entry consists of the Greek word, its grammatical analysis and its lemma form. The definition gives all possible meanings in their various contexts. Appendices: An explanation and exhaustive list of Crossed-over Adjectives. A Theory of Deponent Verbs A Glossary of grammatical terms used in the lexicon

The Morphology of Biblical Greek

A Companion to Basics of Biblical Greek and the Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament

Author: N.A

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 0310226368

Category: Religion

Page: 388

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Shows second-year students that Greek is very regular in the way it forms words -- if you know the rules.

Analytical lexicon to the Septuagint

Author: Bernard Alwyn Taylor

Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers

ISBN: 1565635167

Category: Religion

Page: 591

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The Septuagint (commonly abbreviated as LXX) - the Greek translation of the Old Testament - was the most influential Bible translation for Greek-speaking Christians of the first century and was the basis for many of the Old Testament citations found in the New Testament. Its vocabulary and thought forms had a significant impact on the development of New Testament theology. However, since much of the vocabulary and many of the word forms in LXX Greek are not found in the NT, these words are not covered in standard NT lexicons such as BDAG. Thus, students desiring to read the LXX need a reliable reference guide that will help them decode the host of difficult Greek word forms and meanings found only in the LXX. Taylor's lexicon includes every Greek word found in the Rahlfs LXX text (the scholarly standard) in fully parsed form. This edition, expanded from the previous Zondervan edition, also includes complete definitions for each Greek word from the Greek-English Lexicon of the Septuagint by Lust, Eynikel, and Hauspie, the standard LXX reference lexicon. An indispensible tool for everybody engaged in the study of the Greek Old Testament.

Companion Volume to the Analytical-Literal Translation: Third Edition

Author: Gary F. Zeolla

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0615166334

Category: Religion

Page: 144

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This book is a companion to the Analytical-Literal Translation: Third Edition (ALT3). It will help the reader to understand the reasons for the unique translations often seen in the ALT. This Companion Volume is divided into four sections. The first section provides background information for the ALT, answers frequently asked questions about the ALT, and overviews the ALT's unique features. The second section consists of "Glossary and Translation Notes" which explain the reasons for how important words are translated in the ALT. The third section is an eight-part "Grammatical Renderings" section. This section explains the reasons for the unique translation of Greek tenses seen in the ALT. This section is detailed enough to be used as a primer on Greek grammar. The fourth section contains lists of "Significant Textual Variants" and "Alternate Byzantine Text Readings." These lists will be of great value to the person interested in studying the issue of textual variants.

The analytical lexicon to the Septuagint

a complete parsing guide

Author: Bernard Alwyn Taylor

Publisher: Zondervan Publishing Company

ISBN: N.A

Category: Religion

Page: 460

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The Septuagint is the Greek translation of the Hebrew Old Testament that was completed in ancient Alexandria about 250 B.C. This translation has long played a crucial role in Old Testament studies. In spite of the rapidly growing interest in Septuagint studies, few tools are available to help beginning students in reading the Greek text. Parses every Greek form found in The Septuagint.

The Interlinear KJV

Parallel New Testament in Greek and English Based on the Majority Text with Lexicon and Synonyms

Author: George Ricker Berry

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310393801

Category: Bible

Page: 807

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First published in 1897, this time-tested study tool allows you to directly relate the Greek word or words behind the King James Version to the English text, and allows easier reading of the Greek New Testament. You'll obtain a better understanding of the Bible as a result. Unlike most interlinears, The Interlinear KJV Parallel New Testament in Greek and English is based on the Stephens 1550 Greek text (better known as the Textus Receptus). This gives you instant access to the original Greek text from which the King James Version was derived. To make your studies easier and deeper, The Interlinear KJV Parallel New Testament in Greek and English also provides: - A Greek English lexicon to unlock the meanings of words - A section of Greek synonyms to help clarify the relationships or words

Handbook for Biblical Interpretation

An Essential Guide to Methods, Terms, and Concepts

Author: W. Randolph Tate

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 1441240365

Category: Religion

Page: 544

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This handbook provides a comprehensive guide to methods, terms, and concepts used by biblical interpreters. It offers students and non-specialists an accessible resource for understanding the complex vocabulary that accompanies serious biblical studies. Articles, arranged alphabetically, explain terminology associated with reading the Bible as literature, clarify the various methods Bible scholars use to study biblical texts, and illuminate how different interpretive approaches can contribute to our understanding. Article references and topical bibliographies point readers to resources for further study. This handbook, now updated and revised to be even more useful for students, was previously published as Interpreting the Bible: A Handbook of Terms and Methods. It is a suitable complement to any standard hermeneutics textbook.

Luke 6:40 and the Theme of Likeness Education in the New Testament

Author: Thomas W. Hudgins

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1630872628

Category: Religion

Page: 308

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What does Jesus mean when he says, A disciple is not above his teacher, but each disciple, after being fully trained, will be like his teacher (Luke 6:40)? This verse has been quoted, cited, and referenced in vast amounts of Christian education and discipleship literature. Nevertheless, the verse is nearly untouched in exegetical discussions with the exception of source-critical analyses. From this verse arises an undeveloped theme in the Gospel of Luke and the New Testament--the theme of likeness education. Using content analysis methodology, Luke 6:40--one of the keystone passages in Christian education literature--serves as the starting point for mining out the theme of likeness education in the New Testament. This study consists of three concentric areas of investigation: (1) Luke 6:40 and its immediate context, (2) Luke-Acts, and (3) the New Testament corpus.

Hellenistic and Biblical Greek

A Graduated Reader

Author: B. H. McLean

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139992201

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: N.A

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This Hellenistic Greek reader is designed for students who have completed one or more years of Greek and wish to improve their reading ability and gain a better appreciation for the diversity of the language. The seventy passages in this reader reflect different styles, genres, provenances and purposes, and are arranged into eight parts according to their level of difficulty. Grammatical support and vocabulary lists accompany each passage, and a cumulative glossary offers further assistance with translation. Students are led to a deeper understanding of Hellenistic Greek, and a greater facility with the language. • Includes canonical and non-canonical Christian texts, Septuagint (prose and poetry), Jewish Pseudepigrapha, inscriptions, and Jewish and Hellenistic literary Greek • Includes a web component with more than thirty additional readings for classroom and independent use • Passages offer a glimpse into the everyday life of Hellenistic Greeks, with themes such as sexuality, slavery, magic, apocalypticism, and Hellenistic philosophy.

The analytical Greek lexicon

consisting of an alphabetical arrangement of every occurring inflexion of every word contained in the Greek New Testament scriptures ...

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Greek language, Biblical

Page: 444

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The Analytical Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

Author: George Wigram

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781933993515

Category: Religion

Page: 504

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This text affords the student of the original language of the evangelists and apostles the same assistance which is furnished by the previously published "Lexicon to the Books of the Hebrew and Chaldee Scriptures." (Christian)

In the Fellowship of His Suffering

A Theological Interpretation of Mental Illness—A Focus on “Schizophrenia”

Author: Elahe Hessamfar

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1630874671

Category: Religion

Page: 390

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"Schizophrenia" is by many accounts the most devastating illness of our time. In this book, Elahe Hessamfar uses her personal encounter with her daughter's illness to bring the reader to experience the pain and anguish of those who suffer so intensely. She candidly discusses the gripping and dark realities her family has faced in the midst of this journey and exposes that the ride isn't easy, but it can be fruitful and purposeful, and it can be a journey of joy and peace if understood from the intended perspective. This is a fascinating and deeply theological portrayal of madness under the mighty hand of God. It challenges and awakens the reader to a heightened awareness about self, community, pain, brokenness, sin, grace, and redemption. This is the first truly biblically based, theological interpretation of madness in conversation with psychiatry and social sciences. Hessamfar passionately discusses the shortcomings of our current medical model of mental illness and directs the reader's attention to the mistreatment of those the medical community labels with "schizophrenia." She argues that not only is "schizophrenia" not pathological but it touches on the most fundamental fragilities of the human soul, and hence, it is a critical pastoral issue. Hessamfar offers tangible, inspiring, and life-changing solutions for those dealing with this most elusive and mysterious phenomenon--solutions that would bring hope and healing to the hopeless people chained in the abyss of madness.

One of a Kind

The Relationship between Old and New Covenants as the Hermeneutical Key for Christian Theology of Religions

Author: Adam Sparks

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1630876542

Category: Religion

Page: 352

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A fundamental requirement in an inclusivist understanding of the relationship between Christianity and other religions is evidence of God's salvific activity outside any knowledge of Christ. This is commonly identified in the religion of Old Testament Israel. On this basis an analogy (the Israel analogy) is drawn between the religion of the old covenant and contemporary non-Christian religions. Closely related is the parallel argument that as Christ has fulfilled the Old covenant, he can also be seen as the fulfillment of other religious traditions and their scriptures. This study outlines the use of the Israel analogy and the fulfillment model, subjecting these concepts to a biblical and theological critique revealing that the exegetical and patristic data are misconstrued in support of these concepts. Furthermore, the Israel analogy and the fulfillment model undermine the sui generis relationship between the old and new covenants and fail to respect the organic, progressive nature of salvation history. They also misconstrue the old covenant and the nature of its fulfillment in the new covenant. The Israel analogy and fulfillment model rely on a correspondence between the chronologically premessianic (Israel) and the epistemologically premessianic (other religions), and therefore consider the BC condition to continue today. In so doing, they undermine the significance of the Christ-event by failing to appreciate the decisive effect of this event on history and the nature of existence. It marks a radical turn in salvation history, a crisis point, rendering the BC period complete and fulfilled. Therefore the concept of a continuing premessianic condition or state is seriously flawed, as are the Israel analogy and fulfillment model. Thus the inclusivist paradigm reliant in large part on these defective concepts is also problematic, and proponents of this paradigm need to reconsider its basis.