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This abridgment of Colin Brown's original four volume work is arranged with its entries in Greek alphabet order, which makes it easy to find the discussion of a particular word. All Greek words are transliterated into English and linked with their Goodrick-Kohlenberger numbers. This edition has been reset in double columns and wider margins.
The four-volume New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology (NIDNTT) is recognized worldwide as a benchmark in New Testament study. Christianity Today has called it "an essential reference work." "[It] had proved its worth," says New Testament scholar F.F. Bruce.
This abridged edition distills the critically acclaimed set into one convenient and accessible reference. Over 140 of the world's finest scholars furnish this resource with vital insights into the meaning of Scripture.
- Entries follow Goodrick-Kohlenberger numbering (Greek alphabetical order)
- Includes index of English words keyed to appropriate Greek entries
- Index of Scripture verses guide you to specific word studies
- Requires no knowledge of Greek
- Includes the most vital, relevant information from the four-volume NIDNTT
- Includes Goodrick-Kohlenberger-to-Strong's and Strong's-to-Goodrick-Kohlenberger indexes for easy cross-referencing
- Draws on the most up-to-date evangelical scholarship
Number of Pages: 704
Publication Date: 2003
|Dimensions: 11 X 8.25 (inches)|
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This abridgment of Colin Browns original four volume work is arranged with its entries in Greek alphabet order, which makes it easy to find the discussion of a particular word. All Greek words are transliterated into English and linked with their Goodrick/Kohlenberger numbers. This book was formerly titled The NIV Theological Dictionary of New Testament Words. Now it has been reset in double columns and wider margins.
Verlyn D. Verbrugge (PhD, University of Notre Dame) is Senior Editor at Large for Biblical and Theological Resources at Zondervan. He has published a number of articles as well as the acclaimed New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology: Abridged Edition (Zondervan, 2000), Pauls Style of Church Leadership as Illustrated by His Instructions to the Corinthians on the Collection (Mellen, 1992), and A Not-So-Silent Night: The Unheard Story of Christmas and Why It Matters (Kregel, 2009).
kprice811Berkley, MIAge: 55-65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5This book saves alot of spaceOctober 25, 2012kprice811Berkley, MIAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4The New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology (NIDNTT) saves me alot of space. I do not have room to hold the type of library I would love to have. Nor do I have an education in the Biblical languages. The NIDNTT allows me delve into the Greek through its subject index and it's Strongs-to-Goodrich-Kohlenberger indexs. I recommend this tool to every person involved in full time Christian ministry.
Paul5 Stars Out Of 5March 25, 2010PaulThis volume is indispensable for doing my masters thesis. It is through and organized much better than the unabridged version.
Linn Degennaro4 Stars Out Of 5March 27, 2009Linn DegennaroSo far (I've only used this resource for a week or so) it's been very helpful. It reviews Old and New Testament uses of the word, and it appears to be complete. Some of the entries lend toward the devotional (this is a plus in my opinion). It's very useful for someone who is not a student of Greek.
Westgate Christian Church5 Stars Out Of 5October 15, 2008Westgate Christian ChurchVery useful and effective tool for bible study, preaching, and teaching. It would be a good book for every Bible College student to have especially those studying biblical Greek as part of their degree program. It helps to clarify word usage and importance.
Steve5 Stars Out Of 5May 19, 2007SteveI find myself in complete agreement with the earlier review above by David Kilpatrick. In addition to what he wrote, I would include that those of us who do not have a very good grasp of NT Greek, will find that this book is very helpful.The depth it can add to your Bible study is enormous. Understanding the original meaning of the passage you are studying is the first step in being able to apply he text to our contemporary life and culture.