Absolute Ellipsis. Where the omitted word or words are to be supplied from the nature of the subject. Noun and Pronouns Genesis , Psalm Verbs and participles Genesis Certain connected words in the same member of a passage Genesis
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The Bible is not a textbook or manual that uses wooden propositions that are always literal and bland. Scripture, however, is full of all different kinds of writing, speech, reports, emotions, commands, propositions, explanations, stories, and so forth. Although this book is just over one hundred years old, it is a helpful tool for learning about the different figures of speech in Scripture. It is somewhat dated and it does contain many linguistic terms that are new to me. The book contains three main sections: 1 Figures of speech that involve the omission of words, 2 Figures of speech that involve the addition of words, and 3 Figures of speech that involve the change of words.
There are a few appendices that talk about things like the use of the genitive case and Hebrew homonyms, for two examples. At the end of the book, there are helpful indexes so you can look up words, Scripture citations, and subjects.
Examples: Gen. These words are not really superfluous when used by the Holy Spirit, nor are they idle or useless. But how much more forcible and emphatic the expression becomes by the pleonasm. Shane Lems.
Figures of Speech in the Bible (Bullinger)
Figures of Speech Used In The Bible