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Salvation: Word Studies from the Greek New Testament
Salvation Word Studies from the Greek New Testament
Author: Gerald Cowen
ISBN-13: 9780805410358
ISBN-10: 080541035X
Publication Date: 10/1990
Pages: 159
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Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Book Type: Paperback
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In this book the author endeavors to capture the concept, not merely the etymology, bound up in key salvation words and phrases--such as born again, atonement, redeemed, sanctified, reconciled, saved to the uttermost, be converted, binding and loosing, and twenty nine others.
The goal is to define biblical terms such as salvation or repentance with an emphasis on the practical applications of that knowledge.
GREAT for those who do not speak or read Greek (the language the New Testament was written in) but want to know EXACTLY what the words in the Bible mean. The broad a subtle differences in just the word translated "salvation" are amazing!