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MILLENNIAL DAWN. VOL. I
THE PLAN OF THE AGES
A HELPING HAND FOR BIBLE STUDENTS
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YOUNG’S GREEK, HEBREW AND ENGLISH CONCORDANCE
This work is at once a Greek and Hebrew Lexicon giving the meaning of the original terms in English, and also a Concordance giving each word of Scripture and the words which they translate. The value of the work is becoming more apparent daily, as theorists attempt to palm off a private interpretation under a guise of „a better definition of the original.”
In this superb volume every word is arranged under its own Hebrew and Greek original, exhibiting 311,000 references and 30,000 various readings. Its size is large quarto, 1094 pages. Price to our subscribers, $2.50; usual price, $5.00. If sent my mail, the postage should be added, viz.: 56c., and 10c. additional if you wish it „registered.” It cannot be sent to EUROPE. This is the latest revision.—”THE AUTHOR’S EDITION.”
THE EMPHATIC DIAGLOTT
For the benefit of new readers we would state that this is a Greek Testament. Under each Greek word the corresponding English word. It is thus the most literal translation of the New Testament. Besides this, it has in another column alongside a very clear and emphatic translation, showing the emphasis of the Greek, which is generally lost to the English reader.
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— December, 1887 —