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    Jews and Greeks: The Broader Context for Writing the New Testament

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    Jennifer C. Lane, “Jews and Greeks: The Broader Context for Writing the New Testament,” in How ... Deseret Book, 2006), 62–77. Jews and Greeks: The Broader Context for Writing the New Testament Jennifer C. ... a sign, and the Greeks seek after wisdom: but we preach Christ crucified, unto the Jews a stumblingblock, ...

    Paul the Apostle: Champion of the Doctrine of the Resurrection


    Teaching the Greeks about the Resurrection Paul went to a synagogue in Thessalonica to preach ... of the world. Many prominent worldly men sent their sons to Athens to be educated. The Greeks were admired ... was in a roundabout way worshipped by the Greeks.” [8] “Ye men of Athens, I perceive that in all things ye are too ...

    From Go Ye Into All the World: Messages of the New Testament Apostles

    “A Slave of Christ Jesus”: Ancient Slavery as a Biblical Metaphor for Salvation


    a servant of Jesus Christ.” However, a closer look at the Greek text demands that the word doulos, here ... of slavery as a metaphor for salvation. In New Testament Greek, the word doulos is used in the place ... be enslaved.” [41] Likewise the Hebrew adonai (“master” or “lord”) is replaced by the Greek kurios, also meaning ...

    From Selections from the 2003 Religious Education Student Symposium

    17. The Sermon on the Mount in the Joseph Smith Translation


    (Greek mōrainō, “ foolish ” [4]) and of no use to the Lord. This ties directly back to the opening words ... or metaphors. The KJV discusses our eye being “single,” which is the Greek haplous, meaning “being motivated ... with Jesus’ language two verses later in Matthew 6:14 (where the KJV says “trespasses”), the Greek words used ...

    From The Sermon on the Mount in Latter-day Scripture

    La Pasión de Jesucristo


    vistazo" (H. G. Liddell and Scott,  An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon  [Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1975], ... comentario más completo de su uso, véase William F. Arndt y Wilbur F. Gingrich,  A Greek-English Lexicon ... A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament  (Londres: United Bible Societies, 1975), 67–68.     ...

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    Principles of New Testament Textual Criticism

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    Both Latter-day Saints and textual critics believe that the Greek text of the New Testament we have ... text of the Greek New Testament. [5] This process of selection is very complex. How does a textual ... according to a majority of scholars, most often represents the original text. [9] Modern Greek New ...

    Teaching the Book of Revelation: Five Considerations


    the Church] of God, showing himself that he is God” (2 Thessalonians 2:3–4).             The Greek word ... (Revelation 1:8). The Greek word is not just a synonym for omnipotence but carries the nuance of one who ... of Abaddon and the Greek title Apollyon, both referring to one who ruins or destroys (v. 11).             ...

    From Volume 14 Number 1, 2013 of The Religious Educator

    Eric D. Huntsman

    in Greek has a broad range of semantic meaning, representing not only spoken words but also the ideas ... on the Bread of Life (see John 6:26–59)—are rendered in Greek in an elevated style that reflects some ... in John 14:18 is a translation of the Greek  orphanous, literally “orphans,”suggesting that the Lamb ...

    Adding and Taking Away “Without a Cause” in Matthew 5:22

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    St. Gall [?] (AD 900) Tbilisi [?] (AD 900) Greek Lectionaries [Lect] (AD 900–1576) Family 1,13 [f ... the majority of the later translations are based on the earlier Greek manuscripts and do not contain the phrase ... the “high degree of confirmation of the [received Greek texts] speaks generally in favor of the [Book ...

    The Apostolic Fathers as Witnesses to the Early Christian Apostasy


    in the tower have serious “cracks” (the word in Greek is schismas, or “schisms”). He is told that these cracked ... as “world,” the word aion in Greek means a “period of existence,” “an age,” “an era,” or a “definite space of time.” [70] This is different from the Greek kosmos, which means “the world” as in the physical earth. ...

    From RE 6, no. 1 (2005) of The Religious Educator