Trench's Synomyms of the New Testament

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Hendrickson Publishers, Incorporated, 2000 - Religion - 432 pages
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Enhance any study of the New Testament with "Trench's Synonyms of the New Testament." This handy classic reference tool provides accurate, detailed definitions of key New Testament words, helping users improve understanding of the Scriptures.

- Designed to be used by those who understand little or no Greek
- Covers more than 100 major categories and over 300 subjects
- Numerically coded to "Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible" for ease of use
- Indexed by Greek terms and English concepts

"Studying synonyms trains the mind by developing precise and accurate habits of thought, and it provides a wealth of knowledge. . . . Studying Greek synonyms is even more rewarding, since the Greeks were a people of the subtlest intellect who saw distinctions where others saw none and who cultivated the study and use of synonyms. . . . Because the words of the New Testament are God's words it is important that we understand every delicate variation in an author's meaning."
" R. C. Trench, from the preface

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User Review  - Dion Thompson - Christianbook.com

this book is a handy tool for anyone seeking to get behind the translations of the bible to find out what is said and meant in the original Greek. archbishop trench pulls together a vast number of ... Read full review

About the author (2000)

Trench was archbishop of Dublin and professor of divinity at King's College, London and later Dean of Westminister Seminary.

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