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Annul
Disannul
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Annul
Annul [Heb. pārar, kāpar; Gk. athetéō, akyróō]; AV DISANNUL, BREAK; NEB also FRUSTRATE, SET ASIDE, INVALIDATE.God, as the Supreme Ruler, can annul His covenant for a cause (Isa. 28:18); man, through wilfulness and transgression, as party of the second part, may break the contract and thus release
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ANNUL, DISANNUL
ANNUL, DISANNUL<a-nul’>, <dis-a-nul’>: God, as the Supreme Ruler, can disannul His covenant for cause (Isaiah 28:18); man, through willfulness and transgression, as party of the second part, may break the contract and thus release Yahweh, as party of the first part (Job 40:8; Isaiah 14:27), though
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Annul, Disannul
ANNUL, DISANNUL, a-nul’, dis-a-nul’: God, as the Supreme Ruler, can disannul His covenant for cause (Isa 28:18); man, through wilfulness and transgression, as party of the second part, may break the contract and thus release Jeh, as party of the first part (Job 40:8; Isa 14:27), though there are some