Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. Bullinger describes distinct Scripture figures of speech, defined as a word or sentence in a peculiar form, different from its original or simplest meaning or. Figures of Speech Used In The Bible. E. W. Bullinger. Scripture. Theology. New Testament. Old Testament. How to Read the Bible.

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The repetition of words derived from the same root. Ac-ro’-stichion ; or, Acrostic Ps. The placing of a word out of its usual order in a sentence.

Figures of Speech Used in the Bible – Bullinger – SwordSearcher

Bullinger’s book is basically the most outstanding collection of knowledge about Fig. Sim’-ul-ta’-ne-um ; or Insertion Revelation Idiomatic degrees of comparison Luke Idiomatic forms of question Luke Ep’-i-mo-ne ; or, Lingering Bile The conclusion, though implied, is unexpressed, in order to add emphasis to it.

The repetition of the same word or words in an inverse order, the sense being unchanged. Ep’-an-or-tho-sis ; or, Correction John Bullinger bullingee, he wrote about a train: An expression of feeling by way of wonder. A material object substituted for a moral, or spiritual truth.


When a part is put for the whole Gen.

A figure of speech like euphamism can reduce attention or soften a situation, like in the old testament where David was in a cave pseech Saul was “covering his feet. The Repetition of Subjects Parallelism ; or Parallel Lines The repetition of similar, synonymous, or opposite thoughts or words in parallel or successive lines.

A declaration that one thing is or represents another: The teaching of something important by mentioning the time of an occurrence. Ant’-o-no-ma’-si-a or, Name Change Gen. Ta-pei-no’-sis ; or, Demeaning Gen. Expression of feeling by way of malediction and execration. Simple syntheticor constructive.

The men did not author the content. Sym’-plo-ke ; or, Interwining 1Cor. They had their own vocabulary, and speaking according to God’s energizing, every figure of speech they used, incurred perfection.

The repetition of the word “and” at the beginning of successive clauses, each independent, fighres, and emphatic, with no climax at the end Compare Aysndeton and Luke When the anticipated objection is both answered and stated Matt.

But as spech as it starts slowing, passengers may react by turning heads to see what is going on, because momentum changed. These ways of using words are as useful today as they were milleniums ago.


Figures of speech used in the Bible:

A placing together of two words by usage. Ep’-i-troch-as’-mos ; or Summarising Hebrews Ep-i’-ta-sis ; or, Amplification Ex. Where a pleasing expression is used for one that is unpleasant. Ant-i’-thes-is ; or, Bble Proverbs Hys’-ter-o-log’-ia ; or, The First Last Gen. The enumeration of the parts of a whole which has not been mentioned. Simple synonymousor gradational.

Introduction Copyright – by Mario D. Complex; where the two clauses are mutually involed, and the Ellipsis in the former clause is to be supplied from the latter; and, at the same time, an Ellipsis in the latter clause it be supplied from the former Hebrews An’-a-mne’-sis ; or, Recalling Romans 9: Idiomatic use of prepositions Luke A recalling of what has been said in order to substitute something stronger in its place.

Similar in sound, but different in sense.