The Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary
is an informative, colorful, and easy-to-understand comprehensive reference resource that is indispensible for pastoral study, personal study or as a teacher's aide or guide.
The dictionary helps readers understand the Bible more clearly and therefore read it with more confidence. It contains articles on every significant topics as well as places and people--even if they only appear in a single verse in the Bible. Its articles cover theological topics in-depth, biblical words with competence, biblical imagery with cultural appreciation, and historical topics with acute accuracy. This A to Z dictionary includes more than
- 1,700 full-color pages
- 400 color illustrations, maps, and photos
- 5,000 articles by leading evangelical scholars
This dictionary is pinned to the NIV Bible. However, it incorporates information that references and explains obscure words, passages, and textual issues from multiple other versions including the KJV.
In the pages of the Bible, we come to know God through Jesus Christ. Thus the importance of the Bible for our spiritual formation cannot be overstated. If we are honest, though, the Bible is not always easy to understand. For example, the places named in the Bible can seem strange, and the number of people mentioned is virtually countless.
This comprehensive dictionary intends to help people read the Bible with increased understanding and confidence. It contains articles on major topics as well as places and people, even if they just appear in a single verse in the Bible. Its articles cover theological topics, biblical words, biblical imagery, and historical topics. This A to Z dictionary includes more than
•1,700 full-color pages
•400 color illustrations, maps, and photos
•5,000 articles by leading evangelical scholars
The Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary is an informative, colorful, and easy-to-understand resource that will be an indispensable reference for your own personal study or in preparation for teaching.
Tremper Longman III (PhD, Yale University) is the Robert H. Gundry Professor of Biblical Studies at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California. He has authored or coauthored numerous books and commentaries, including the volumes on Job and Proverbs in the Baker Commentary on the Old Testament Wisdom and Psalms, the NIV Application Commentary on Daniel, and Introduction to the Old Testament.
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