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Translating Philippians Clause by Clause: An Exegetical Guide (eBooks for Translating the New Testament)

An Exegetical Guide (eBooks for Translating the New Testament)

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Published by CyberCenter for Biblical Studies Publication .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Paginationxi, 179 pages
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25764301M
ISBN 109780990779735

Philippians consists of two main sections. The first section (vv. ), contains a twofold exhortation to unity and humility. In verses , Paul issues his appeal to unity. This appeal is based upon four parallel clauses describing four shared experiences of the Philippians. In verses , Paul issues his appeal to Size: 77KB. ducing an indirect quotation, or as introducing a causal clause (Mark ). Translators are urged tofollow the readingsinthe text of The Greek New Testament. The textual notes here frequently provide a translation both of the readings in the text and of the variant readings so that the differences in.

have sufficient training in the exegesis of Scripture, or have forgotten much of what they learned in seminary. The Big Greek Idea series is a helpful tool to rem-edy this situation. This series provides a comprehensive analysis of the meaning and function of Greek words, phrases, and clauses in the New Testament books. Translating Philippians Clause by Clause by Thomas Moore An Exegetical Guide for Preaching and Teaching is part of Kregel's Big Greek Idea series intended to provide relevant information from the Greek text for preaching and teaching the Bible. The book combines several helpful elements.

Kerux (KAY-ruxs) commentaries equip the pastor or teacher with the big idea of each passage, preaching strategies, contemporary connections, suggestions for creative presentation, illustrations, and more. Each volume has an exegetical author and a homiletic author who partner together to provide sound insight and guidance for effective proclamation. Just as in biblical times a kerux was a. Greek clauses are accompanied by an original English onal commentary explains how the syntax and vocabulary of each verse clarifies the biblical writer's intended meaning. The authors of each volume have scoured major reference works and commentaries on each book, saving readers countless hours of : Kregel Academic.


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Designed as a translational guide, this CYBER-CENTER FOR BIBLICAL STUDIES eBook for translating Paul’s letter to the Philippians isolates usage of independent and dependent clauses, provides tips for translating Philippians, and shares exegetical explanations to assist in the translation of the letter.

The book divides into three parts. First, Moore and Bateman provide an introduction whereby they prepare readers for translating Ephesians Author: Thomas S.

Moore, Herbert W. Bateman IV. Translating Philippians Clause by Clause interacts with lexicons, grammars, and English translations in order to orient the reader/translator to the challenges that come with translating Paul's letter to the Ephesians.

Designed as a translational guide, this CYBER-CENTER FOR BIBLICAL STUDIES eBook for translating Paul’s letter to the Ephesians isolates usage of independent and dependent clauses, provides tips for translating Ephesians, and shares exegetical explanations to assist in the translation of the letter.

The book divides into three parts. First, Simpson and Bateman (series editor) provide an introduction whereby they prepare readers for translating Ephesians Author: Benjamin I. Simpson. Translating Philippians Clause by Clause: An Exegetical Guide (eBooks for Translating the New Testament) ISBN Moore, Thomas S.

; Bateman IV, Herbert Range: $ - $ The book divides into three parts. First, Bateman and McKay provide an introduction whereby they prepare readers for translating Titus. Second, McKay divides the letter into ten manageable units for translating Titus while providing contextual orientation for each unit of thought.

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Free shipping for many products. Philippians - Big Greek Idea provides all the relevant information from the Greek text for preaching and teaching the book of Philippians. It is divided into units of thought, revealing a big Greek idea (the author's main idea in the passage), and individual clauses are displayed visually to illustrate their relationships, portraying the biblical author's logical : Kregel Academic.

1) Simple (one main clause); 2) Compound (two main, coordinate clauses); 3) Complex (main clause with subordinates{adjectival or adverbial [identify/amplify]}.

Re-examine the variant readings in the light of your understanding of the text so far to determine the best reading. Write out a rough translation. among phrases and clauses.

Be alert to find an unusual construction in the grammar or syntax. The Idiom Book of NT Greek by CFD Moule, Zerwick’s Analysis of the Greek NT, and the Linguistic Key to the Greek NT by Reinecker and Rogers are helpful to note on these matters beside the commentaries or exegetical studies.

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An Exegetical-Theological Analysis of Philippians 6 who, although in the form of God existed, did not count equality with God something to be grasping at, 7 but emptied himself, taking the form of a servant, in becoming as the likeness of man, 8 and being found in the figure of man, he brought himself low becoming obedient to death, even death on a cross.

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