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We can also hold the camera and lens to include everything, as Asyndeton many ands emphasizes every aspect in a paragraph. Syl’-lo-gis’-mus ; or, Omission of the Conclusion 1Samuel Making a concession of one point in order to gain another. A repetition so as to work out or illustrate what has already been said.
Figures of speech used in the Bible:
When the lines are parallel in thought, and in the use of synonymous words Gen. Kaiser, dean of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, calls it “the best handbook on figures of thd.
The opposite of Anabasis.
Persons or places mentioned under different names. Di’-a-syrm-os ; or, Raillery Matt. In fact it’s hard to believe that anything could be ueed, but that’s not a bad thing.
Parenthetic addition by way of feeling. Used to emphasise humiliation, sorrow, etc. Par-ec’-bas-is ; or, Digression Gen.
Customers who bought this item also bought. Po-ly-o-ny’-mi-a ; or, Many Names Gen. The repetition of the same word or words in the middle and at the end of successive sentences. When the anticipated objection is both answered and stated Matt.
FIGURES OF SPEECH USED IN THE BIBLE–Bullinger | ERNST WENDLAND –
Showing of 84 reviews. Pros-a-po’-do-sis ; or, Detailing Bibble When the anticipated objection is either not plainly stated or not answered Romans Without properly understanding Fig.
En’-thy-me-ma ; or, Omission of Premiss Matt. So named because it is an apparent or assumed refusal. Ap-o’-phas-is ; or, Insinuation Philemon The repetition of the same word in a different sense, implying more than the first use of it.
Ag’-an-ac-te’-sis ; or Indignation Gen. Nouns and pronouns Gen. Where the original sense is modified in the quotation or reference Matt.
Bullinger: Figures of Speech Used in the Bible
Mal’-e-dic’-ti-o bbullinger or, Imprecation Isaiah 3: Where the words are varied by omission, addition, or transposition 1Cor. De’-i-sis ; or, Adjuration Deuteronomy 4: Where the sense originally intended is preserved, though uused words may vary Matt. Where the omitted word is to be supplied from analogous or related words Gen.
A transference of speakers; as when the reader is addressed as if actually present. Mes-o-di-plo’-sis ; or, Middle Repetition 2Cor. Where two or more citations are amalgamated Matt. The answering of one quetion by asking another. Di-ex’-od-os ; or, Expansion Jude 12, Met’-a-phor ‘ or, Representation Matt. Idiomatic forms of question Luke This name is given to a parenthesis when it takes the form of a sudden exclamation.
B’s theological points, but that’s not a biggie – there’s so much to learn from him. Ant’-i-pros-o’-po-poe-i-a ; or Anti-Personification 2Samuel Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.
If you’ve ever struggled with difficult statements in the Scriptures, then E.