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Chastisement
Chastening
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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Chastisement, Chasten
Chastisement, Chasten. Correction intended to produce righteousness (Dt 21:18; 2 Tm 2:25).See Discipline.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Chastening; Chastisement
Chastening; Chastisement [Heb. yāsar, mûsār, yāḵaḥ, tôḵeḥâ, tôḵaḥaṯ, ‘āwôn (Lam. 4:6); Gk. paideúō, paideía]; AV also CORRECT, PUNISH, REBUKE, INSTRUCTION; NEB also PUNISH, DISCIPLINE, INSTRUCT, CORRECT, REBUKE, TRAIN (Jer. 31:18), “take captive” (Hos. 7:12), FLOGGING (Lk. 23:16,
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Chasten, Chastisement
CHASTEN, CHASTISEMENT* Correction intended to produce righteousness (Dt 21:18; Jb 5:17; 2 Tm 2:25). See Discipline.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Chastisement
CHASTISEMENT. This is the KJV translation for the Heb. word mûsār and the Gr. word paideia. RSV prefers to use “discipline,” which more closely represents the basic meaning of the original words. The primary significance is that of education, correction, guidance. The idea of punishment may be involved
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Chastisement
CHASTISEMENT — an infliction of punishment (as by whipping or beating). In the Bible the term chastisement usually refers to punishment or discipline brought by God for the purpose of (1) education, instruction, and training (Job 4:3); (2) corrective guidance (2 Tim. 2:25); and (3) discipline, in the
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CHASTENING; CHASTISEMENT
CHASTENING; CHASTISEMENT<chas’-’-n-ing>, <chas’-tiz-ment>: These two words corresponding to Hebrew מוּסָר‎ [mucar], and Greek [παιδεία, paideia], are distinguished in English use, in that “chastisement” is applied to the infliction of pain, either as a punishment or for recalling to duty, while “chastening,”
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Chastening, Chastisement
CHASTENING, chās′ʼn-ing, CHASTISEMENT, chas′tiz-ment: These two words corresponding to Heb מוּסָר‎, mūṣār, and Gr παιδεία, paideía, are distinguished in Eng. use, in that “chastisement” is applied to the infliction of pain, either as a punishment or for recalling to duty, while “chastening” is a
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
CHASTISE
CHASTISE [יָסַרyasar, יָכַחyakhakh; παιδεύω paideuō]. The family of terms associated with chastise (Ps 39:11; Jer 30:11; 4 Macc 18:5; Heb 12:6), which includes verb forms of chasten (Job 33:19; Wis 12:22) and the nouns chastisement (Sir 16:12) and chastening (Isa 26:16). Most recent translations (e.g.,