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by Gerhard Kittel,Gerhard Friedrich


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Abridged in one volume. To overcome these difficulties this single-volume condensation of the nine volumes, this little Kittel, has been prepared and is being offered to what it is hoped will be a much wider Christian public. The purpose of TDNT is to mediate between ordinary lexicography and the specific task of exposition, particularly at the theological level.

The third volume of the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament covers words beginning with Theta, Iota, and .

The third volume of the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament covers words beginning with Theta, Iota, and Kappa. The high quality and serious scholarship of the set as a whole is reflected in this volume. I've owned the TDNT for about 35 years and have used it more than I have any other NT reference work. Other lexicons that may be valuable for your library include Ceslas Spiq's.

Gerhard Kittel (1888-1948) was former professor of New Testament both at Greifswald and Tübingen. Gerhard Friedrich has been Professor of New Testament at the University of Erlangen since 1954. About Geoffrey W. Bromiley. Geoffrey W. Bromiley (1915-2009) was professor emeritus of Church History and Historical Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.

Doing for the Old Testament what Kittel-Friedrich does for the Old, this major, multivolume reference work discusses key Hebrew and Aramaic words in depth. Stressing meaning, each word study moves from narrow, everyday usages toward more significant theological concepts.

Categories: Greek Lexical Analysis NT Theological Dictionaries. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament: Volume V. Pages: 1046 Publisher: Eerdmans Published: 1979 ISBN-10: 0802822479 ISBN-13: 9780802822475. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament: Volume I. Pages: 834 Publisher: Eerdmans Published: 1964 ISBN-10: 0802822436 ISBN-13: 9780802822437.

Gerhard Friedrich, Leopold Mathelitsch.

The First Century of German Printing in America, 1728-1830: Preceded by a Notice of the Literary Work of F. D. Pastorius. Gerhard Friedrich, Pennsylvania. Die Stimme: Instrument Fur Sprache, Gesang Und Gefuhl. Gerhard Friedrich, Leopold Mathelitsch. Information and Management Systems for Product Customization (Integrated Series in Information Systems). Bernd Kaluza, Gerhard Friedrich, Thorsten Blecker.

It contains articles on significant theological words in the New Testament, covering their usage in the Old Testament, their secular Greek background, their use in sources such as. .Volume 4 contains entries from Lambda to Nu.

It contains articles on significant theological words in the New Testament, covering their usage in the Old Testament, their secular Greek background, their use in sources such as Josephus, Philo, pseudepigraphal and rabbinical literature, and their use in the New Testament. Where relevant, a subsection on a word's use in the Apostolic Fathers is provided. Theological Dictionary Of the New Testament, Volume 4 (9780802822468).

Much more than a simple lexicon, the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament takes more than 2,300 . The benefit of this approach is the thorough examination of the word and the theological idea it represents as it existed in different contexts. Volume: 1. Year: 1964.

Much more than a simple lexicon, the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament takes more than 2,300 theologically significant New Testament words, including the more important prepositions and numbers, as well as many proper names from the Old Testament, and discusses them at many different levels The benefit of this approach is the thorough examination of the word and the theological idea it represents as it existed in different contexts.

Gerhard Kittel, Gerhard Friedrich, Geoffrey W. He was best known as the translator of numerous theological books, including the 9-volume Theological Dictionary of the New Testament. One of the most widely respected theological dictionaries put into one-volume, abridged form. Библиографические данные. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament: Abridged in One Volume Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (Том 1) Theological Dictionary of the (Том 1).

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Visonima
The third volume of the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament covers words beginning with Theta, Iota, and Kappa. The high quality and serious scholarship of the set as a whole is reflected in this volume. I've owned the TDNT for about 35 years and have used it more than I have any other NT reference work. Thorough and scholarly, it should be part of the library of every serious student of the NT. Every word in the NT has an entry, with most of the entries being extensive and containing valuable information not just on the way the word is used in the NT itself, but also its usage in the literature and philosophy of classical Greek, in the LXX, in Jewish sources such as Philo and Josephus, and in the Church Fathers.

If you are building your copy of the TDNT one volume at a time I would highly recommend that you start with Volume X, the index, before you buy the other volumes. This index contains indexes of English keywords, Greek keywords, Hebrew and Aramaic words, as well as an index of biblical references (including the Apocrypha). Having this index will save you a lot of time in finding what you need and is especially valuable in finding where in the TDNT the words of a specific verse are discussed.
Gianni_Giant
Volume III of the TDNT, which covers words beginning with the letters Theta, Iota, and Kappa, lives up to the high standard set by the ten-volume TDNT as a whole. Over the three decades I have owned the set, I have used the TDNT more than I have any other NT reference work. It is thoroughly and scholarly and should form part of the library of every serious student of the NT. There is an entry for every word in the NT. Most of these entries are extensive and contain information not only on the way the word in question is used in various passages of the NT itself, but also its usage in the literature and philosophy of classical Greek, in the LXX, in Jewish sources such as Philo and Josephus, and in the Church Fathers.

If you are building your copy of the TDNT one volume at a time I would highly recommend that you start with Volume X, the index, before you buy the other volumes. This index contains indices of English keywords, Greek keywords, Hebrew and Aramaic words, as well as an index of biblical references (including the Apocrypha). This index will save you a lot of time in finding what you need and is especially valuable in finding where in the TDNT the words of a specific verse are discussed.
Zadora
As a pastor who studies for sermons in the Greek text, there are times when I turn to Kittel's. It usually has a lot more information for a specific word than I need for whatever it is that I'm working on. Sometimes the entries are difficult to read, other times they are absorbing and one can spend a lot of time just reading.

For example, on a common word that is studied, like AGAPE, Kittel's gives quite a bit of material. A typical way to use this tool would be to augment or deepen a study on a particular word. For example, there is some dispute on Romans 8:18 as to how to translate the phrase 'EIS HMAS'. Well Kittel's has 8 pages of information on how EIS is translated in a variety of contexts...most of which does not matter for Romans 8:18. You can quickly find the comments on a passage by using the Kittel's index. Just look up Romans 8:18 in the index and it gives you all the references throughout the series where Romans 8:18 appears. Go to the volume that has the entry for your main word and there you will find all the key entries for whatever you are looking for. So in our example, one would see that Volume 2 has one entry under Romans 8:18 (Volume two has EIS as a word entry in it). So instead of having to read the entire article on EIS, you can go to just the pertinent paragraph to see what he says there.

There is no other place in my library where I can find the amount of information on a simple preposition like this, or the depth of coverage. It is truly amazing. On top of that, some of the finer commentaries will comment on the article in Kittel's. In this example on Romans 8:18, Moo points to Kittel's in his 1100 page NICNT commentary on Romans.

It is a 10 volume set, and this review is tied only to Volume III (I think...at least Amazon was not showing me the other 9 volumes). One should buy all ten volumes.

Other lexicons that may be valuable for your library include Ceslas Spiq's. I also use Louw & Nida Semantic Domain study.

Let me make a comment about the review which criticizes TDNT for 'exegetical fallacies'. I think this reviewer is overly zealous to apply Carson's exegetical fallacies. I use Carson's book and recommend it highly (see my review on it). But to suggest that Kittle commits exegetical fallacies galore is not at all in line with my experience in this massive Theological Dictionary. It is an unfair criticism.

I think if your profession involves studying God's Word in depth, and especially the NT Greek, then you really need this series in your library so that you can compare your findings with other lexicons to this one. All the great scholars do, so that tells you something.

I highly recommend this series. Go for it.
Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (Volume III) download epub
Bible Study & Reference
Author: Gerhard Kittel,Gerhard Friedrich
ISBN: 0802822452
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. (May 6, 1966)
Pages: 1116 pages