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Just published, in demy 4to, Third Edition, price 258.,

BIBLICO-THEOLOGICAL LEXICON OF NEW

TESTAMENT GREEK.

By HERMANN CREMER, D.D.,

PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF GREIFSWALD.

TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF THE SECOND EDITION

(WITH ADDITIONAL MATTER AND CORRECTIONS BY THE AUTHOR)

By WILLIAM URWICK, M.A.

Dr. Cremer's work is highly and deservedly esteemed in Germany. It gives with care and thoroughness a complete history, as far as it goes, of each word and phrase that it deals with ... Dr. Cremer's explanations are most lucidly set out.'— Guardian.

'It is hardly possible to exaggerate the value of this work to the student of the Greek Testament. ... The translation is accurate and idiomatic, and the additions to the later edition are considerable and important.'—Church Bells.

A valuable addition to the stores of any theological library. . . . It is what it claims to be, a Lexicon, both biblical and theological, and treats not only of words, but of the doctrines inculcated by those words.'—John Bull.

We very heartily commend this goodly volume to students of biblical literature.'Evangelical Magazine.

We cannot find an important word in our Greek New Testament which is not discussed with a fulness and discrimination which leaves nothing to be desired.'— Nonconformist.

Cremer's Lexicon is, and is long likely to be, indispensable to students whether of theology or of the Bible, and must always bear witness to his scholarship, erudition, and diligence.'—Expositor.

A work of immense erudition.'- Freeman.

This noble edition in quarto of Cremer's Biblico-Theological Lexicon quite supersedes the translation of the first edition of the work. Many of the most important articles have been re-written and re-arranged. . . . We heartily congratulate Mr. Urwick on the admirable manner in which he has executed his task, revealing on his part adequate scholarship, thorough sympathy, and a fine choice of English equivalents and definitions.'—British Quarterly Review.

As an aid in our search, we warmly commend the honest and laborious New Testament Lexicon of Dr. Cremer.'—London Quarterly Review.

"The judiciousness and importance of Dr. Cremer's design must be obvious to all students of the New Testament; and the execution of that design, in our judgment, fully establishes and justifies the translator's encomiums.'— Watchman.

A majestic volume, admirably printed and faultlessly edited, and will win gratitude as well as renown for its learned and Christian Author, and prove a precious boon to students and preachers who covet exact and exhaustive acquaintance with the literal and theological teaching of the New Testament.'-Dickinson's Theological Quarterly.

LANGE'S COMMENTARIES.

(Subscription price, nett), 158. each. THEOLOGICAL AND HOMILETICAL COMMENTARY

ON THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS. Specially designed and adapted for the use of Ministers and Students. By Prof. JOHN PETER LANGE, D.D., in connection with a number of eminent European Divines. Translated, enlarged, and revised under the general editorship of Rev. Dr. Philip SCHAFF, assisted by leading Divines of the various Evangelical Denominations.

OLD TESTAMENT-14 VOLUMES. I. GENESIS. With a General Introduc- IX. THE PSALMS. By CARL BERNHARDT

tion to the Old Testament. By Prof. J. P. MOLL, D.D. With a new Metrical Version LANGE, D.D. Translated from the German, of the Psalms, and Philological Notes, by T. with Additions, by Prof. TAYLER LEWIS, J. CONANT, D.D.

LL.D., and A. GOSMAN, D.D. II. EXODUS. By J. P. LANGE, D.D. X. PROVERBS. By Prof. OTTO ZÖCKLER,

LEVITICUS. By J. P. LANGE, D.D. With D.D. ECCLESIASTES. By Prof. O. ZöckGENERAL INTRODUCTION by Rev. Dr.

LER, D.D.

With Additions, and a new OSGOOD.

Metrical Version, by Prof. TAYLER LEWIS,

D.D. THE SONG OF SOLOMON. Ву III, NUMBERS AND DEUTERONOMY. Prof. O. ZÖCKLER, D.D.

NUMBERS. By Prof. J. P. LANGE, D.D.
DEUTERONOMY. By W. J. SCHROEDER.

XI. ISAIAH. By C. W. E. NAEGELSBACH. IV. JOSHUA. By Rev. F. R. FAY. JUDGES and RUTH. By Prof. PAULUS CASSELL, D.D. XII. JEREMIAH. By C. W. E. NAEGELS

BACH, D.D. LAMENTATIONS. By C. W. V. SAMUEL, I. and II. By Professor E. NAEGELSBACH, D.D.

ERDMANN, D.D.
VI. KINGS. By KARL CHR. W. F. BAHR,

XIII. EZEKIEL. By F. W. SCHRÖDER, D.D.

D.D. DANIEL. By Professor ZÖCKLER,

D.D. VII. CHRONICLES, I. and II. By OTTO

ZÖCKLER. EZRA. By Fr. W. Schultz. XIV. THE MINOR PROPHETS. HOSEA, NEHEMIAH. By Rev. HOWARD CROSBY, JOEL, and AMOS. By OTTO SCHMOLLER, D.D., LL.D. ESTHER. By Fr. W. Schultz. Ph.D. OBADIAH and MICAH. By Rev.

PAUL KLEINERT. JONAH, NAHUM, VIII. JOB. With an Introduction and HABAKKUK, and ZEPHANIÁH. By Rev.

Annotations by Prof. TAYLER LEWIS, LL.D. PAUL KLEINEBI. HAGGAI. By Rev. JAMES A Commentary by Dr. Otto ZÖCKLER, to

E. M'CURDY. ZECHARIAH. By T. W. gether with an Introductory Essay on Hebrew CHAMBERS, D.D. MALACHI. By JOSEPH Poetry by Prof. PHILIP SCHAFF, D.D.

PACKARD, D.D.
THE APOCRYPHA. (Just published.) By E. C. BISSELL, D.D. One Volume.

NEW TESTAMENT–10 VOLUMES.
I. MATTHEW. With a General Intro- VII. GALATIANS. By OTTO SCHMOLLER,

duction to the New Testament. By J. P. Ph.D. EPHESIANS and COLOSSIANS. LANGE, D.D. Translated, with Additions, by By KARL BRAUNE, D.D. PHILIPPIANS. PHILIP SCHAFF, D.D.

By KARL BRAUNE, D.D.

VIII. THESSALONIANS. By Drs. AUBERII. MARK. By J. P. LANGE, D.D. LUKE.

LIN and RIGGENBACH. TIMOTHY. By J. By J. J. VAN OOSTERZEE.

J. VAN OOSTERZEE, D.D. TITUS. By J. J.

VAN OOSTERZEE, D.D. PHILEMON. By J. III. JOHN. By J. P. LANGE, D.D.

J. VAN OOSTERZEE, D.D. HEBREWS. By

KARL B. MOLL, D.D. IV. ACTS. By G. V. LECHLER, D.D., and IX. JAMES. By J. P. LANGE, D.D., and Rev. CHARLES GEROK.

J. J. VAN OOSTERZEE, D.D. PETER and

JUDE. By G. F. C. FRONMOLLER, Ph.D. V. ROMANS. By J. P. LANGE, D.D., and

JOHN. By KARL BRAUNE, D.D. Rev. F. R. FAY.

X. THE REVELATION OF JOHN. By

Dr. J. P. LANGE, Together with double VI. CORINTHIANS. By CHRISTIAN F.

Alphabetical Index to all the Ten Volumes KLING.

on the New Testament, by John H. Woods.

CRITICAL AND EXEGETICAL

HANDBOOK

TO THE

EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWS.

BY

DR. GOTTLIEB LÜNEMANN,

PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF GÖTTINGEN.

TRANSLATED FROM THE FOURTH EDITION OF THE GERMAN BY

REV. MAURICE J. EVANS, B.A.

EDINBURGH:

T. & T. CLARK, 38 GEORGE STREET.

MDCCCLXXXII.

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.

THIS

'HIS Issue completes the Series of

MEYER'S

COMMENTARIES ON THE NEW TESTAMENT.

In Twenty Volumes.

ST. MATTHEW'S GOSPEL, 2 Vols.-ST. MARK and ST. LUKE, 2 Vols.-ST. JOHN'S

GOSPEL, 2 Vols.-ACTS OF THE APOSTLES, 2 Vols.-ROMANS, 2 Vols.
--CORINTHIANS, 2 Vols.-GALATIANS, 1 Vol.--EPHESIANS and PHILE-
MON, 1 Vol.-PHILIPPIANS and COLOSSIANS, 1 Vol.-THESSALONIANS,

VOL-TIMOTHY and TITUS, 1 Vol.-HEBREWS, 1 Vol.-PETER and
JUDE, 1 Vol.—JAMES and JOHN, 1 Vol.

DÜSTERDIECK ON REVELATION

will not be translated in the meantime, as the Publishers have received no encouragement from the Subscribers.

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HEINRICH AUGUST WILHELM MEYER, TH.D.,

OBERCONSISTORIALRATH, HANNOVER

from the German, with the Sanction of the Author.

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