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Hinds & Noble's New
with Synonyms HANDY-VOLUME SIZE. $1.00.
The publishers having been literally besieged by clergymen and theological students, purchasers of their Interlinear Greek-English New Testament, for a New Testament lexicon that should be more comprehensive than any of the rather incomplete small lexicons extant, while at the same time retaining the handy. volume size, have brought out this new work under the editorship of George Ricker Berry, Ph.D., of the University of Chicago and Colgate University, and editor of the publishers' New Interlinear Hebrew-English Old Testament (Volume I, Genesis and Exodus). The publishers' design and the endeavor of the editor have been to make this the very best Greak English New-Testament lexicon ever published. It embodies all the good features of the other handy lexicons and presents several notable improvements. Not the least of these is the section “ New-Testament Synonyms,” which is a lucid discrimination of the New Testament usage regarding the Greek Synonyms, and which, with its complete Index, enables the student readily and without difficulty to determine the all-important distinctions of meaning in the mooted instances.
It is expected that those who possess one of the large lexicons will nevertheless prize this as an indispensable adjunct for purposes of quick and definite reference, while those students of the New Testament who have no lexicon will find it practically impossible to do without this new and invaluable help.
Published by HINDS & NOBLE 4-5-13-14 Cooper Institute, New York City
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JOHN S. MACKENZIE, M.A.,
REVISED, ENLARGED, AND IN PART REWRITTEN,
UNIVERSITY CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE PRESS.
New York: HINDS & NOBLE,
4 COOPER INSTITUTE.