Dictionary of the Bible
This classic reference book has been a standard for the past 100 years among scholars and laity alike. James Hastings, one of the most influential Bible scholars and editors of the early 19th century, assembled this massive dictionary of all Biblical terms in 1909. Written by over 75 Biblical experts and pastors, each entry has an in-depth explanation, summary, cross-references, and contributor. This edition also has a list of abbreviations, maps, and a pronunciation guide. Hasting's one volume Dictionary of the Bible is not simply an abridged or condensed version of his 5-volume work. It is an entirely separate work.
This resource is essential for any student of the Bible, whether you’re a pastor, seminary student, or general reader. With the Logos edition, all Scripture references are linked to the other resources in your library, making study, devotions, and comparison easy.
- Contains over a thousand pages on essential Bible terms
- Classic reference work for over a hundred years
- Includes preface by editor
- List of abbreviations
- List of contributors
- Title: Dictionary of the Bible
- Editor: James Hastings
- Publisher: Charles Scribner’s Sons
- Publication Date: 1909
- 1,023 pages
About James Hastings
James Hastings was born in 1852 in Scotland. He was a Presbyterian minister and theologian. Hastings was the editor of many Biblical works, including: Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels,, Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics, and The Great Texts of the Bible. He died in 1922.