Expository Dictionary of Bible Words - Hardcover Cloth over boards

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A modern replacement for the classic Vine's Expository Dictionary

Providing access to the subtle nuances and layers of meaning behind the original Greek and Hebrew Scriptures, Renn's superb KJV-based tool is thoroughly accessible to contemporary teachers, lay leaders, and students. Comprehensive and thoroughly up-to-date, it provides a fascinating look at the themes and theological concepts that connect the Old and New Testaments.
  • The Expository Dictionary examines over 7,260 Greek and Hebrew words - all alphabetically arranged under the English translation and coded to Strong's revised numbering system for ease of use.
  • Each article is divided into two sections - Old Testament (Hebrew) Words and New Testament (Greek) Words - with an entry for the original word along with its transliteration, translation, range of meaning(s), and clear explanations of its use in different biblical contexts.
  • "Additional Notes" make invaluable connections between Old and New Testament words, themes, and theological concepts.
  • The comprehensive cross-reference system thoroughly links related words and discussions.
  • This completely new work with its well-designed pages is easy to navigate.
For exploring the full meaning of key biblical words in the King James Version, the Expository Dictionary of Bible Words is the ideal reference work for a new generation of Bible teachers, small group leaders, and students of Scripture.

Additional Info
Item Code 65744
Weight (lbs) 3.2000
Dimensions 7x9.3x2.4
Font Size N/A
Page Count 1200
Release Date Sep 28, 2021
Discontinued Date N/A
Publisher Hendrickson Publishers
ISBN 10 1-59856-574-5
ISBN 13 978-1-59856-574-4
Translation N/A
Bible Contents N/A
Series N/A
Case Qty 6
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