This new dictionary completes the AMG Word Study Series. This dictionary allows the person with no prior knowledge of Hebrew or Aramaic to complete an effective word study. Each Hebrew word in this book is listed numerically by its Strong's reference number. The Complete Word Study Dictionary, Old Tstament includes a guide to tranliteration, a translational reference index, and is written in an easy to read format.
Features for each word listed:
Word History and Etymology
Derivative, Synonym & Antonym Lists
Spiros Zodhiates (Th.D., Luther Rice Seminary) is a recognized authority on the Greek New Testament. He has edited an edition of the Modern Greek New Testament and the author of numerous exegetical books and booklets.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 2138 Vendor: AMG Publishers Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches) ISBN: 0899576672 ISBN-13: 9780899576671 Availability: In Stock
The Complete Word Study Dictionary: Old Testament is the final volume in AMG's Complete Word Study Series. These Bible study tools are designed to make the original languages of the Bible accessible to every student of the Word of God. This lexicon is a companion volume to The Complete Word Study Old Testament, which identifies the words of the Hebrew text of the Old Testament by the placement of Strong's numbers and grammatical codes over the English text. Together these two volumes represent the Old Testament portion of this series.
Dr.Warren Baker is the Senior Editor of AMG Publishers in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is the general editor of The Complete Word Study Old Testament. He also served as managing editor of The Complete Word Study New Testament and The Complete Word Study Dictionary: New Testament, and as series editor for The Hebrew-Greek Key Word® Study Bible. Dr. Baker holds several degrees: B.A., Clearwater Christian College; M.Div., S.T.M., and D.R.E., Faith Theological Seminary. He served as Assistant Professor of Old Testament at Faith Seminary until he began his career in Christian publishing more than twenty years ago.
Dr. Eugene Carpenter was the Scholar-in-Residence and Professor of Old Testament, Biblical Theology and Hebrew at Bethel College in Mishawaka, Indiana. Dr. Carpenter authored or contributed to twenty-one books, including a commentary on the Book of Exodus in the NICOT Series and a commentary on the Book of Daniel. Dr. Carpenter held several degrees: B.A., Bethel College; M.Div., Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary; Ph.D. in Old Testament and Semitic Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary. He taught at colleges and seminaries around the country. He regularly led academic study trips to Jerusalem University College in Israel.