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Alienate
Alienation • Estrangement • Estrangement from God
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Alienate
Alienate [Heb. ‘āḇar, yāqa‘, pāraḏ; Gk. appallotrióō]; AV also SEPARATE, DEPART; NEB variously. In the OT, it is used for the break between husband and wife caused by unfaithfulness to the marriage vow (Jer. 6:8); it is also applied to the diversion of property (Ezk. 48:14).The NT speaks of
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ALIENATE
ALIENATE<al’-yen-at> ( עָבַר‎ [̀abhar]; [ἀπαλλοτριόω, apallotrioo], “to estrange from”): In Old Testament, for the break between husband and wife caused by unfaithfulness to the marriage vow (Jeremiah 6:8; Ezekiel 23:17); also applied to the diversion of property (Ezekiel 48:14). In New Testament,
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Alienate
ALIENATE, ālʹyen-āt (עָבַר‎, ʽābhar; ἀπαλλοτριόω, apallotrióō, “to estrange from”): In OT, for the break between husband and wife caused by unfaithfulness to the marriage vow (Jer 6:8; Ezk 23:17); also applied to the diversion of property (Ezk 48:14). In NT, spiritually, for the turning of the soul
New Dictionary of Theology: Historical and Systematic
Alienation
ALIENATIONAlienation is the experience of being a stranger, ‘away from home’, estranged from others and from oneself. In the NT the verb apallotrioō (to estrange or alienate) is found only in Eph. 2:12; 4:18; and Col. 1:21, and always in the passive (see J. R. W. Stott, The Message of Ephesians, p.