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New Testament Words

New Testament Words

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Publisher: SCM Press
ISBN: 9780334011392
Number of Pages: 290
Published: 05/03/2012
Words arc fascinating things, particularly when they are Greek words - for Greek is one of the richest of all languages. Here are seventy key words of the Greek New Testament, with their background and significance expounded by a master in the art of teaching. 'Dr Barclay's enthusiasm is infectious, and he gives to the layman an interesting introduction to the Greek language,' as the Times Literary Supplement has said. Another reviewer (in Theology) has noted the appeal even to those who possess Greek. 'Preachers', he added, 'will find that some very useful work has been done for them,' When some of these studies had been printed in the British Weekly, the editor wrote: 'This particular scholar was so saturated in the things he knew, so excited by them. also, and so in touch with the people to whom he wanted to tell what he knew, that he brought them together with ease.' William Barclay was Professor of New Testament in the University of Glasgow.

William Barclay

1907 - 1978

William Barclay once said that his life's aim was to help new generations "to know better their Bible, their God and their Saviour".

The words and works of this great communicator of the Gospel inspire and sustain the Christian faith of thousands all over the world.

Born in Wick, Barclay studied at the University of Glasgow before becoming a Church of Scotland minister in 1933. He returned to the university as a lecturer in New Testament language and literature in 1947 and was appointed Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism in 1963.