Concordancias del Nuevo Testamento

By: Lujan, Jose

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A1 - A Spanish language edition trade paperback ex-library book in good+ to very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color wraps with minor overall shelf wear with the usual library labels and stamps on the top outside paper edges, the front and back endpapers, the copyright page and the inside surface of back cover plus some small closed tears at two corners on the back cover. A biblical concordance is nothing more than an alphabetical index of all words in the Bible with an indication of where they are located within the text. As such, it is a valuable working tool. Biblical scholars and readers of the Bible, for various reasons, frequently need to locate some partiular phrase or expression contained in the sacred pages. An easy task to accomplish if a concordance is available. In contrast, when using a concordance it is practically impossible in any investigation of biblical themes to be sure of specific nuances of words of the Bible offered in different contexts or translations. Given the difficulty of adapting this book to encompass each of the current translations of the New Testament in Castilian, the publisher decided to refer to the ecumenical version prepared under the direction of Father Seraphim of Ausejo (Herder, Barcelona 1968, 1974). The intent was that the intended user of this concordance, even accustomed to the reading and study of a different translation, would most likely have no major difficulties in using this concordance. The book contains nearly seventy thousand citations and includes almost every one of the words within the twenty-seven books that comprise the New Testament. The exceptions are some Castilian particles, as well as a few other Castilian words which occur with such excessive frequency or which contributed very little to the particular insight that can be provided by a concordance these the publisher felt it appropriate to omit them. Unas concordancias bíblicas no son otra cosa que un índice alfabético de todas las palabras contenidas en la Biblia, con indicación de los lugares en que se encuentran. Son un valioso instrumento de trabajo. Son un valioso instrumento de trabajo. Muchos escrituristas y lectores de la Biblia, por diversos motivos, necesitan localizar tal texto o expresió contenidos en las sagradas páginas, cosa fácil si se dispone de unas concordancias. Por el contrario, resulta prácticamente imposible cualquier investigación sobre temas bíblicos sin estar seguro del matiz concreto que los vocablos de la Biblia ofrecen en sus diferentes contextos. Ante la imposibilidad de que nuestra obra se adaptara a cada una de las traducciones corrientes del Nuevo Testamento en castellano, hemos optado por referirla a la versión ecuménica preparada bajo la dirección del padre Serafín de Ausejo (Herder, Barcelona 1968, 1974), con la esperanza de que el presunto usuario de estas concordancias, por más que esté habituado a la lectura y estudio de otra traducción cualquiera, diferente da la ecuménica de Herder, no tendrá mayores dificultades en usarla con provecho. El libro, en sus casi setenta mil citas, incluye todas y cada una da las palabras de los veintisiete libros que integran el Nuevo Testamento, salvo algunas partículas, así como unas pocas palabras que, por su excesiva frecuencia o por el poco provecho que pueden aportar al fin peculiar de las concordancias, nos ha parecido oportuno eliminar. 5.6"x8.5", 623 páginas (pages). Satisfacción garantizada (satisfaction guaranteed).

Title: Concordancias del Nuevo Testamento

Author: Lujan, Jose

Categories: Spanish Literature, Bibles, Religions: Christianity, Bible Study,

Edition: Spanish Language Edition

Publisher: Barcelona, Spain, Biblioteca Herder / Editorial Herder: 1982

ISBN: 8425410185

ISBN 13: 9788425410185

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket as Issued

Type: Ex-Library

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Book ID: FL0015

Keywords: Spanish Language Bible Studies Christianity New Testament Nuevo Testamento Concordancias