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Figures of Speech Used in the Bible: Explained and Illustrated by E.W. Bullinger
Po’ly-syn’de-ton; or, Many Ands Genesis Dec 06, Dan Haley rated it it was amazing Shelves: Ep-an’-od-os ; or, Inversion Gen. Mes-o-di-plo’-sis; or, Middle Repetition 2Corinthians 4: Share your thoughts with other customers. Cat-a’-bas-is; or, Gradual Descent Philippians 2: The usual conjunction is omitted, so that the point to be emphasised may be quickly reached and ended with an emphatic climax compare to Polysyndeton, and Luke When the effect is put for the cause producing it Gen.
Compare to Photography A wide angle lens can be to photography, what a figure of speech is to words. Two metonymies, one contained in the other, but only one expressed.
Figures of Speech Used in the Bible by E. W. Bullinger
When more is said than is literally meant. Inseration of a sentence between others which is independent and complete in itself. Where a concluding sentence is added by way of increasing the emphasis. Syl’-lo-gis’-mus ; or, Omission of the Conclusion 1Samuel An outburst of words, prompted by emotion. Special idiomatic usages of nouns and verbs Gen.
Simple; where the Ellipsis is to be supplied from a preceding or a succeding clause Genesis 1: Am’-phi-di-or-tho’-sis; or, Double Correction 1Corinthians Where the words are from the Hebrew or from the Septuagint Luke 4: We can also hold the camera and lens to include everything, as Asyndeton many ands emphasizes every aspect in a paragraph.
Where two or more citations are amalgamated Matt. Helps to understand the word.
Conciliating others, by way of precaution, because of something we are about to say. Rendering a reason for what is said or done. Madsen rated it it was amazing Aug 17, Me-ris’-mos ; or, Distribution Romans 2: Inseration of a sentence between others which is independent and complete in itself.
When the effect is put for the cause producing it Genesis An expression of feeling by way of indignation. Cat’-a-ploc’-e; or, Sudden Exclamation Ezekiel Chron’-o-graph’-i-a; or, Description of Time John A recalling of what has been said in order to substitute something stronger in its place. Even more unfortunate is the fact that most Bible translators do not help the reader in determining where the figures are and what is their meaning.
Different in sound, but similar in sense Syn-o-ny-mi-a ; or, Synonymous Words Proverbs 4: Making a concession of one point in order to gain another.
Where the original sense is modified in the ea or reference Matthew Quotes from Figures of Speech When the parallelism consists only in the similar form of construction Psalm Two words used, but one thing meant.
But the Church authorities today still keep God’s people in the dark by teaching a false way to read the Scriptures and by not helping make plain the figurea of different figures of speech usined in the Bible.
Where the words are changed by a reading, or an inference, or in number, person, mood, or tense. The most valuable book I own is the Holy Bible.
Figures of Speech Used In The Bible. E. W. Bullinger. Scripture. Figure of Speech
Par’-o-moe-o’-sis ; or, Like-Sounding Inflections Matt. Hys’-ter-o-log’-ia; or, The First Last Genesis 10 and Used in the Bible by Dr. Ant-i-cat’-e-gor’-ia; or, Tu Quoque Ezekiel Ben’-e-dic’-ti-o; or, Blessing Genesis 1: Vaden This aspect of Bible study has been a favorite since when I was introduced to the importance.
I often point out their use while teaching Bible study classes, and this book has made that much easier for me. Sym’-per-as’-ma ; or, Concluding Summary Matt. A sentence added at the end by way of justification.