Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. Bullinger describes distinct Scripture figures of speech, defined as a word or sentence in a peculiar form, different from its original or simplest meaning or. Figures of Speech Used In The Bible. E. W. Bullinger. Scripture. Theology. New Testament. Old Testament. How to Read the Bible.
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Ep’i-tre-chon ; or, Running Along Gen. As’-ter-is’-mos ; or, Indicating Ps. Idiomatic usage of verbs Gen.
The repetition of the disjunctives niether and nor, or, either and or. Similar in sound, but different in sense.
Par-e-che’-sis ; or, Foreign Paronomasia Bulliner An expression of feeling by way of indignation. A passing from one subject to another. This name is given to a parenthesis when it takes the form of a sudden exclamation. The opposite of Anabasis. In the west of present times, people may say “she kicked the bucket” to express that a woman died. Changes of usage of words in the English language Gen.
Bullinger: Figures of Speech Used in the Bible
Of two words, where the meanings are different Ex. The enumeration of things according to their places of honour or importance. Mei-o’-sis ; or a Belittleing Gen. Her-men’-ei-a ; or, Interpretation John 7: A-syn’-de-ton ; or, No-Ands Mark 7: Po’ly-syn’de-ton ; or, Many Ands Gen.
Syn’-the-ton ; or, Combination Gen. When the species is put for the genus, or particulars for universals Gen.
An expression of feeling by way of contempt. Even people of the Bible faced similar challenges about understanding scripture Acts 8: When the parallelism consists only in the similar form of construction Ps.
Figures of speech used in the Bible:
Di-ex’-od-os ; or, Expansion Jude 12, Ant-i-me-tab’-o-le ; or, Counterchange Gen. Parenthetic addition by way of apology or excuse. Ep’-an-a-di-plo’-sis ; or, Encircling Gen. Where the conclusion is stated, and one or both of the premisses are omitted.
FIGURES OF SPEECH USED IN THE BIBLE–Bullinger | ERNST WENDLAND –
Where the speaker is a human being Job The repetition of the same word in the same sense. An-a’-stro-phe ; or, Arraignment Acts 7: Others magnify extremely ffigures exaggeration. The arrangement of words may or may not draw attention. When a part is put for the whole Gen. Met-a-sta-sis ; or, Counter-Blame 1Kings