Deeper into the Word: Reflections on 100 Words From the New Testament

Deeper into the Word Reflections on Words From the New Testament Translators have done their best to render the words of the Bible into English but capturing the nuances of the ancient languages is an inexact science Kent gives readers an opportunity to investigat

  • Title: Deeper into the Word: Reflections on 100 Words From the New Testament
  • Author: Keri Wyatt Kent
  • ISBN: 9780764208423
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • Translators have done their best to render the words of the Bible into English, but capturing the nuances of the ancient languages is an inexact science Kent gives readers an opportunity to investigate the roots and biblical context of the words within the Word Deeper into the Word is a fascinating devotional, but it can also be used as an accessible reference tool, asTranslators have done their best to render the words of the Bible into English, but capturing the nuances of the ancient languages is an inexact science Kent gives readers an opportunity to investigate the roots and biblical context of the words within the Word Deeper into the Word is a fascinating devotional, but it can also be used as an accessible reference tool, as it explores 100 of the most important words of the New Testament Kent unpacks each word s Greek origins, shows how it is used in the Bible, and offers insights into its significance in our lives.

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    1. When Oprah reads a book and talks about it on the air, she often refers to having “a-ha!” moments. Keri Wyatt Kent’s new book, Deeper Into the Word: New Testament” was chockfull of a-ha moments for me. If you’re like me and you’ve heard your share of sermons and Bible lessons over the years, Keri’s book will help scrub off the dust and grime of over-familiarity with well known biblical texts and give them a fresh gleam. For those who are newer to studying and tangling with biblical [...]

    2. "Deeper into the Word: Reflections on 100 Words From the New Testament" by Keri Wyatt Kent is a very basic bible reference tool that reflections on 100 topical words that can be found in the New Testament. An addition to Keri's other book,"Deeper into the Word: Reflections on 100 Words From the Old Testament", this is a handy, thinline book that focuses on a new look at important topical words that can be found in the New Testament and can be used either as part of a personal reflection tool or [...]

    3. "Deeper into the Word" can be used as a devotional or a Bible reference tool. Each entry was about 2.25 pages long and read like a devotional, so I'd recommend using it like that. The author explored 101 English words/topics.The author took an English word and then explained which Greek words were usually translated as that English word. She explained the nuances of each Greek word and gave examples of where it was used in the New Testament. She also gave some cultural context for the word and a [...]

    4. Ready to go deep into God's word?Deeper Into the Word is a very thorough, yet accessible, tool to look closely at the Scriptures and see what they mean - both to the original audience and for us today.Keri Wyatt Kent examines 100 words used in the New Testament, giving insight into each word's definition and usage in the original language, the cultural context of the time, and what it means for believers today. Each description is about two pages long. Reading this book was a bit like participat [...]

    5. Keri Wyatt Kent in her new book, "Deeper Into The Word: New Testament" published by Bethany House Publishers gives us a study into a hundred words used in the New Testament.What is the difference between a jail and prison? Well a quick look through the Dictionary will answer that question. But that is the way it is with words sometimes we do not understand the depth of meaning and we use words that seem correct to us but really are not the proper fit. That is not the way, however, with the New T [...]

    6. Ready to go deep into God's word?Deeper Into the Word is a very thorough, yet accessible, tool to look closely at the Scriptures and see what they mean - both to the original audience and for us today.Keri Wyatt Kent examines 100 words used in the New Testament, giving insight into each word's definition and usage in the original language, the cultural context of the time, and what it means for believers today. Each description is about two pages long. Reading this book was a bit like participat [...]

    7. As a reader and a wannabe writer, I really appreciated this book about words. I personally find it fascinating to know the history of a common word or perhaps learn of an alternative translation for a familiar phrase.Deeper into the Word by Keri Wyatt Kent is a reference book, organized in alphabetical order like a in-depth concordance in the Bible. This book lays out the history and Biblical significance of 101 words, ranging from afraid to yoke, with words like fire and rest found in between.T [...]

    8. Studying the Bible is meant to instruct us, to uplift us, to bring us closer to God, and to make us want more. Word studies is just one of the wonderful ways we can study the Bible, a way to find a fuller, richer meaning to Scripture passages. "Deeper Into the Word" gives us information on 100 words from the New Testament. Words such as: rest, hungry, care, pray, remain, and chosen are given special treatment by Keri Kent as she gives us Scripture references, Greek meanings, and cross-references [...]

    9. This book is well-meaning but methodologically unsound. The chapter on love, for example, repeats in short space many of the standard exegetical and theological errors D.A. Carson exposes in The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God. Read that book instead. And, if you're up for a challenge, read Moisés Silva's Biblical Words and Their Meaning.Her footnotes are full of what Silva calls "theological lexicography": Spicq, Vine, Zodhiates, Renn. In her acknowledgments she says that "Dr. Scot McKni [...]

    10. This is a book I'll be reading and re-reading for a long time. I keep it with my Bible, for reference to enhance my reading. Keri Wyatt Kent has done extensive research on the historical context and biblical scholars' perspectives, and translated that into current language that enlightens my understanding. One of the first days I used it, I read a passage, then selected one of the words to study from Kent's book, then re-read the passage. I felt enriched by the deeper study. It truly took me "De [...]

    11. I am pulling this review out and posting it again, because I found that I hadn't originally submitted it to the sites needed. Very interesting concept. 100 Words from the NT, with their original Greek words and meanings. What a great idea. I did find it interesting the words that were picked to explore. The suggested usage of this book is with your regular Bible study, but I can see using it as a reference for topical studies also. A great resource to have on hand, a keeper for my book shelves. [...]

    12. In this book, the author, Keri Wyatt Kent, took me on a journey, deeper into the Bible. Kent takes 100 of the most poignant words in the Bible and provides fascinating commentary, history, and context for each one. Quite an eye-opener.

    13. The book is a mini-word study of 100 words the author considers among the most important words used in the New Testament. It can be used as a devotional or as a reference in looking up the Greek root and the meanings and usages of the words.

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