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#1 BigPaw

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Posted 18 April 2020 - 09:32 AM

This is an excerpt from the Resource BTSCTVM+ looking at Strong's ref G1448  
 
- Original: ἐγγίζω
- Transliteration: Eggizo
- Phonetic: eng-id'-zo
- Definition: 
1. to bring near, to join one thing to another 
2. to draw or come near to, to approach 
- Origin: from G1451
- TDNT entry: 07:30,2

 

 

The reference:

 

TDNT entry: 07:30,2

 

How exactly is that to be understood? I have the print version of the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, but can't work out how to find that reference?!

 

Thanks for any help with my question.

 

 



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Posted 18 April 2020 - 10:02 AM

 
From this site.
 
 
 
WHAT DO THE NUMBERS MEAN?
When using the lexicon on the Blue Letter Bible for the New Testament, one of the references cited is the TDNT. Here is the TDNT reference for the word stephanos [4735]:
 
TDNT - 7:615,1078.
 
Notice that the first number (7) refers to the volume in which this entry appears. The word "stephanos" is found in the seventh volume of TDNT.
 
The second number—appearing after the colon—refers to the page number within that volume. The word "stephanos" appears on page 615 of the seventh volume.
 
The last number—appearing after the comma—refers to the page number on which the entry appears in the abridged addition of the TDNT.
 

 





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