Let Who Reads, Understand. Heavy Meaning of Words in the New Testament- Octavian FLORESCU

LET WHO READS, UNDERSTAND. HEAVY MEANING OF WORDS IN THE NEW TESTAMENT

Romanian edition. Original title: CINE CITESTE SA INTELEAGA. TALCUIRI LA VORBE GRELE DIN NOUL TESTAMENT

Octavian FLORESCU

LUMENCopyright © 2014 – CULTURAL DIMENSIONS Book Series

FORMAT: Paperback         PAGES: 292           LANGUAGE: Romanian

ISBN: 978-973-166-375-3


Description:

This book is a work of biblical exegesis, New Testament, which combines scientific, philological and historical rigor with the patristic vision, in an attempt to answer the questions or questions of today’s reader of the Holy Scripture. The work contains new interpretations to thirty-three difficult passages in the New Testament, which raise problems of an exegetical, dogmatic, narrative or textual nature. The author comes up with unique solutions to some of these New Testament paradoxes, starting from the original text, Hebrew or Greek, which he interprets in a historical-spiritual vision, in which the patristic comments are enriched by recent research. Exegetical essays are focused on two major thematic criteria: Divine Name and Dynamic Prophecy. The meanings of these biblical puzzles are presented in an essayistic style, which combines academic rigor with personal reflection, addressing both the theologian and the Christian or any reader, with the fear and love of God, in the hope that it will encourage him to read the Holy Scripture. (The author)


Topics of interest:

  • philosophy
  • The New Testament
  • biblical exegesis

Author: Editura LUMEN