Conclusion • Ending • Finale
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
End [Heb. nouns qēṣ, ʾaḥarîṯ sôp̱; verbs kālâ, šāḇaṯ, sûp̱, gāmar, etc.]; AV also AFTER, LAST or LATTER END (ʾaḥarîṯ), CONSUMED, CAUSE TO CEASE, etc.; NEB also AFTER, LATER, LAST DAYS (ʾaḥarîṯ), FINISHED, etc.; [Gk. télos]; NEB also FULL EXTENT (Jn. 13:1), etc.; [ákron—‘peak’];
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
End (Gk. télos).† A term meaning either “cessation” or “purpose.” At Rom. 6:21–22, where the apostle Paul contrasts a life of sin which will result in death with a sanctified life of service which will be rewarded with eternal life, purpose is implied. Both meanings may be applied at 10:4: Christ
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Endin Heb. 13:7, is the rendering of the unusual Greek word ekbasin, meaning “outcome”, i.e., death. It occurs only elsewhere in 1 Cor. 10:13, where it is rendered “escape.”
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
END([קֵץ‎, qets], [אֶפֶס‎, ’ephec], [כָּלָה‎, kalah]; [τέλος, telos], [συντελέω, sunteleo]): The end of anything is its termination, hence, also, final object or purpose. It is the translation of several Hebrew and Greek words, chiefly in the Old Testament of qets (properly, “a cutting off”) and other
CONCLUSION<kon-kloo’-zhun> ([סוֹת‎, coph]): In Ecclesiastes 12:13 the King James Version, where the Revised Version (British and American) has “the end,” namely, a summary of the entire argument of the book.
Dictionary of Biblical Prophecy and End Times
ConclusionWhenever false religion partners with ungodly political power to form a system that demands total allegiance, the historical situation faced by John’s first readers finds a parallel. The responses will vary. For those who stand strong and face persecution, Revelation offers a prophetic perspective
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
END (קֵץ‎, ḳēç, אֶפֶס‎, ’epheṣ, כָּלָה‎, kālāh; τέλος, télos, συντελέω, sunteléō): The end of anything is its termination, hence also, final object or purpose. It is the tr of several Heb and Gr words, chiefly in the OT of ḳēç (properly, “a cutting off”) and other words from the same root
ConclusionThus the claim put forth by the Anglicans in the preface to the Ordinal may be considered as sound: “It is evident unto all men, diligently reading Holy Scripture and ancient Authors, that from the Apostles’ time there have been these Orders of Ministers in Christ’s Church—Bishops, Priests,
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
END, THE [τὸ τέλος to telos]. Telos can commonly mean “termination,” “cessation,” “outcome,” or “goal,” but it sometimes refers to “the last things” or the final act in the cosmic drama, as in Matt 24:6, 14; Mark 13:7; Luke 21:9; and perhaps 1 Cor 15:24. See APOCALYPTICISM; ESCHATOLOGY OF THE NT.MARY