Berry's Synonyms of the New Testament
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Containing 61 entries cross-referenced and cross-linked to other resources on StudyLight.org, this resource can be classified as a required reference book for any good study library.
Through a complete discussion of their meaning and usage in Greek, George Berry There preents sixty-one sets of synonyms found in the New Testament. In addition, he shows, by a comparison between them, how and why they are used in various parts of the Holy Scriptures. Although written at the end of the 19th century, they still prove to be a valuable resource for today's Bible student.
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