Reach for almost any commentary or other Bible study text and sooner or later (probably sooner!) you’re bound to stumble over a word you don’t know. Unfortunately, the dictionary doesn’t shed much light on terms such as agraphon, deutero-Isaiah, pretribulationism, synonymous parallelism, Transjordan, or zugoth. Even words you are able to look up can have specific nuances and applications in biblical and theological study. What you need is a study book to help you understand the study books. You need the Zondervan Dictionary of Bible and Theology Words. This hugely practical volume puts the definitions you need most right at your fingertips. Over 1,700 words and phrases from Old and New Testament studies, biblical languages, and systematic theology have been compiled, alphabetized, and defined as succinctly as possible. You’ll never be left scratching your head again. The Zondervan Dictionary of Bible and Theology Words is destined to become a staple reference tool for pastors, Sunday school teachers, and everyone with an interest in learning more about the Bible and theology. The more you study the Bible, the more you’ll appreciate having this unique resource in your library.
|Contributor||Matthew S. DeMoss , J. Edward Miller|
|Short Bio||Matthew S. DeMoss
Matthew S. DeMoss (ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary) is production manager and book review editor for Bibliotheca Sacra, a journal published from Dallas Theological Seminary.
J. Edward Miller
J. Edward Miller (ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary) is the teaching pastor at Trinity Bible Church in Richardson, Texas.
|Publish Date||Dec 15, 2009|