Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 1997 - 513 páginas
Nigel Turner has previously argued on the basis of syntax and style that biblical Greek is not just vernacular Greek used to say new things, but a distinct dialect. In Christian Words he turns to lexicography and argues that the Christian movement generated its own distinctive vocabulary and he discusses its usage and content. This is not a cold dissecting of an ancient language, nor an academic exercise. It is a spiritual quest for meaning, grounded upon a first-hand study of both Jewish and secular authors of the Hellenistic and Roman periods, as well as early Christian literature.
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