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Astute • Craft • Craftiness • Jugglery • Shrewdness
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
CRAFTINESS, CRAFTY. These terms are used for cunning or guile. Crafty refers to one who is sly and tricky in getting his own way (Job 5:12–13; 15:5; 1 Cor 3:19), or who is even unscrupulous or deceitful (Lk 20:23; 2 Cor 4:2; Eph 4:14). Paul caustically quotes the Corinthians’ opinion of him in 2 Cor
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
CRAFTINESS, CRAFTY (Heb. ˓āram, to “be bare,” “cunning,” “subtlety”; Gk. panourgia, “adroitness,” “unscrupulousness”). The terms used in the Bible as applied to the sly, subtle, wily, deceitful, and fraudulent. The NASB also renders “shrewd,” “crafty,” etc. (Job 5:12–13; Ps. 83:3; Luke 20:23; 1 Cor.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CRAFT; CRAFTINESS; CRAFTY
CRAFT; CRAFTINESS; CRAFTY<kraft>, <kraf’-ti-nes>, <kraf’-ti>, ([πανουργία, panourgia]), ([πανου̂ργος, panourgos]): The original meaning is that of “ability to do anything,” universally applied in a bad sense to unscrupulous wickedness, that stops short of no measure, however reprehensible, in order
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Craft, Craftiness, Crafty
CRAFT, kraft, CRAFTINESS, krafʹti-nes (πανουργία, panourgía), CRAFTY, krafʹti (πανοῦργος, panoúrgos): The original meaning is that of “ability to do anything,” universally applied in a bad sense to unscrupulous wickedness, that stops short of no measure, however reprehensible, in order to attain