Figure Name paraeneticon
Source Bullinger (1898) ("paraeneticon; or, exhortation")
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Synonyms exhortation
Etymology par'-oe-net'-i-con Gr. "hortatory" from paraineo "to recommend," "advise," "exhort"
Type None
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1. An Expression of Feeling by way of Exhortation... This figure is employed when a direct statement is changes, and put into the form of exhortation. (Bullinger, 899)


1. The Scriptures abound with examples, which the reader may easily find and not for himself. (Bullinger, 899)

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Last Editor Ioanna Malton
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