1. Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament, One-Volume  Edition
    R. Laird Harris, Gleason L. Archer Jr., Bruce K. Waltke
    Moody Publishers / Hardcover
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  1. Everett Hall
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    March 31, 2007
    Everett Hall
    Medium page thickness, albeit not smyth sewn, provides an alphabetical listing of every word in the Hebrew Bible, being discussed relative to the level of importance. This was produced in 1980, with 46 scholars of various denominational persuasions being assigned to their own groups of words. Usually the editors allowed them to speak unchecked, but in cases of significance they were moderated to some degree. Also, published material from outside the committee was thoroughly considered and included as needed. What makes this book unique are the cross-references that link together related word derivatives. This is done in addition to the alphabetical listings. There is an exhaustive index in the back tied to Strong's KJV numbering system. I enjoy reading this wordbook. Scattered throughout are useful bits of extra-biblical information coming from various disciplines like history, archeology, and linguistics. Knowledge is power, my man!
  2. Michael Woodcock
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    March 7, 2005
    Michael Woodcock
    I have several word study books or sets of books that vary in usefulness from average to outstanding. The Theological Wordbook of The Old Testament is the one work that is always with me when ever I am doing studies in the Old Testament. It is not overly simple, nor is it too technical. It provides in-depth analysis of each word and reveals the riches of the Old Testament that all translations miss. If you want the best in word study books for those of us who do not speak Hebrew, this is the one. I cannot say enough good things about this work. If at all possible, secure a copy for yourself. You will NOT regret it.
  3. Stevie
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    January 9, 2014
    Stevie
    Kerrville
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
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    It works with the Strong's Concordance which I use mostly and it contains everything in one volume not two. Space is a major issue with me.
  4. rattle
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    Theological Wordbook
    January 30, 2015
    rattle
    I gave this as a gift and the man love's it. He is our Bible Study teacher and appreciates anything that helps to enhance knowledge of the Bible.
  5. Chuck Cunningham
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    March 7, 2007
    Chuck Cunningham
    An excellent resource to understand the heart of our Father. The writers of the Word of Yahweh were Hebrew and not Greek prophets. They thought in Hebrew thoughts. You can use this book to fully understand Yahweh's words, which have been translated into Greek. The first commandment was not to agape Yahweh but to ahab Yahweh. A must to own!
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