Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, Volume X
Gerhard Kittel, Geoffrey William Bromiley, Gerhard Friedrich
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1964 - Bible - 661 pages
Kittels Theological Dictionary of the New Testament is simply the most in-depth word study tool available. It contains articles on significant theological words in the New Testament, covering their usage in the Old Testament, their secular Greek background, their use in sources such as Josephus, Philo, pseudepigraphal and rabbinical literature, and their use in the New Testament. Where relevant, a subsection on a words use in the Apostolic Fathers is provided. Volume 10 is the index volume and it has indexes for English key words, Greek key words, and scripture references.
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Page 609 - Dictionaries are like watches, the worst is better than none, and the best cannot be expected to go quite true.
Page 631 - Hie liber est, in quo sua quaerit dogmata quisque, Invenit et pariter dogmata quisque sua™.
Page 2 - Kittel" is complete! Get your complete set now at a special discount price The Theological Dictionary of the New Testament — commonly referred to as "Kittel" — has secured for itself a solid and lasting place in biblical scholarship throughout the world . . . "Without a doubt the most significant work produced in the twentieth century for the understanding of the New Testament.
Page 2 - ... universally acclaimed by a host of biblical scholars to be the best New Testament dictionary ever compiled. The purpose of the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament is to mediate between ordinary lexicography and the specific task of exposition, more particularly at the theological level. It therefore treats those New Testament words, including the more important prepositions and numbers, that are theologically significant. These words are dealt with in the order of the Greek alphabet....
Page 630 - Quod itaque de soloecismis et barbarismis de sermone agresti ac rustico, et quae id genus alia sunt dicteria, jactatur in scriptores sacros, id non potest non redeundare in ipsum Spiritum Sanctum, qui per ipsum ceu manus suas scripsit.43 "'Winer (Schmiedel), 4-10; Vergote, op. cit.. I323f.; J. Irmscher, "Der Streit um das Bibelgriechisch," Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 7 (1959), 127-134.
Page 621 - ... quoque S. Theologiae studiosis commoditatem, quicunque candide ac dextre uti eodem voluerint, allaturum: ut simile, in hoc quidem argumenti genere, nullum unquam esse editum, re-ipsa facile sint deprehensuri.