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Introduction to reading the new testament in Greek
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A comprehensive study of the
divine name (hwhy) in the original writings of
the Christian Greek Scriptures (New Testament).
By: John Edgar McFadyen
John Edgar McFadyen B. A. (Oxon), M. A., D. D. (17 July 1870-1933) a Scottish theologian, was professor of language, literature and Old Testament theology in the University of Glasgow. He was born in Glasgow and died in 1933.
He produced translations of a number of books of the Bible in what he labelled "modern speech". His translations of Job and Psalms strove to be metrical, to reflect their...
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