By Eric Partridge
First released in 1940, this publication presents a literary dictionary to the recent testomony. The therapy of chosen phrases and words isn't theological, yet lexicographical and etymological. every one access is brought via illustrative quotations from the hot testomony, and the publication presents an insightful exploration of those phrases.
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A New Testament Word Book: A Glossary: Volume 4 (Routledge Revivals: The Selected Works of Eric Partridge) by Eric Partridge