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Herman Heinfetter Greek Studies Collection (5 vols.)

by Heinfetter, Herman

Cradock & Co., J. Bumpus 1841–1857

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Herman Heinfetter Greek Studies Collection (5 vols.)
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Overview

The Herman Heinfetter Greek Studies Collection contains five short studies on classical Greek. Three of the short volumes examine the signification and sense of Greek prepositions, the use of punctuation in ancient Greek, and rules for ascertaining the correct sense of a word or phrase conveyed in ancient Greek manuscripts. The two longer works contain in-depth studies of the words “Spirit,” “Jesus,” and “Lord” as they are used in the Scriptures.

With the Logos Bible Software edition of the Herman Heinfetter Greek Studies Collection, you have instant access to the texts of the Greek New Testament along with a wealth of dictionaries, lexicons, and language reference tools. All Scripture passages are linked directly to the original language texts and English translations, and double-clicking any Greek word automatically opens a lexicon to help you decipher its meaning and understand its context. That makes the Logos edition of the Herman Heinfetter Greek Studies Collection the most useful and accessible for students, pastors, and scholars.

Key Features

  • Provides short studies on ancient Greek punctuation and prepositions
  • Examines the Greek usage of “Spirit,” “Jesus,” and “Lord” in the Old and New Testaments
  • Linked directly to the original language texts and English translations in your library

Individual Titles

An Examination into the Significations and Senses of the Greek Prepositions

  • Author: Herman Heinfetter
  • Publisher: Cradock & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1850
  • Pages: 24

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In the following volume, Herman Heinfetter shows that each of the Greek prepositions has its own particular, distinctive signification, or rather sense, and he shows what that sense is. The result of his examination into the significations of the Greek prepositions, is, that not any of them has any definite signification, but that each of them has its own particular definite sense which is expressed by various forms dependent on, and regulated by, the requirements of the context.

An Enquiry Respecting the Punctuation of Ancient Greek

  • Author: Herman Heinfetter
  • Publisher: Cradock & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1841
  • Pages: 21

Is language without punctuation insufficient to convey proper ideas? Can we imagine that the Greeks were unacquainted with it, and did not avail themselves of their knowledge, by adopting some method of expressing it? Herman Heinfetter investigates these questions in this pamphlet on ancient Greek punctuation.

Rules for Ascertaining the Sense Conveyed in Ancient Greek Manuscripts

  • Author: Herman Heinfetter
  • Publisher: Cradock & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1848
  • Pages: 48

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

The subject considered in the following pages has reference not to the sense conveyed by separate words in the Greek language, but to the combined sense conveyed by two or more words. Heinfetter expresses, in the form of rules, every peculiarity, whether of form, government, arrangement, expression, or omission of words, that invariably attends any particular character or description of sense.

ΠΝΕΥΜΑ: Its Usage and Sense in Holy Scripture

  • Author: Herman Heinfetter
  • Publisher: Cradock & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1847
  • Pages: 77

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In ΠΝΕΥΜΑ: Its Usage and Sense in Holy Scripture, Herman Heinfetter explores the usage and sense of the word “Spirit” in the Greek texts of the Old and New Testaments.

ΙΗΣΟΥΣ. ΚΥΡΙΟΣ. Their Usage and Sense in Holy Scripture

  • Author: Herman Heinfetter
  • Publisher: Cradock & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1857
  • Pages: 72

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

In ΙΗΣΟΥΣ. ΚΥΡΙΟΣ. Their Usage and Sense in Holy Scripture, Herman Heinfetter explores the usage and sense of the words “Jesus” and “Lord” in the Greek texts of the Old and New Testaments.

Product Details

  • Title: Herman Heinfetter Greek Studies Collection
  • Author: Herman Heinfetter
  • Publisher: Cradock & Co.
  • Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 242

About Herman Heinfetter

Herman Heinfetter was the pseudonym used for Frederick Parker (1808–1888). Parker was a member of the Anglo-Biblical Institute and was the author of An English Version of the New Testament from the Text of the Vatican Manuscript, a literal rendering of the New Testament that was originally published serially.