Excerpt from Spirit, Soul, and Flesh, Vol. 3: Historical and Linguistic Studies
The subject of this monograph is the use of the words for spirit, soul, and ﬂesh in the ancient Greek and Hebrew writers. The purpose of the study is to lay a lexicographical foundation for the interpretation of wefiua, $1005, and caps, more especially of rvefiua and mipe in their relation to one another, in the New Testament.
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