Aramaic, ergo: How the TDOT Concludes

This is how the Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament concludes: with its 16th volume, the Aramaic Dictionary. And the TDOT Aramaic Dictionary ships today for Logos Bible Software.

Think of that. A dictionary that covers nearly every word in the entire lexicon of Biblical Aramaic. Not only that, but the TDOT Aramaic Dictionary includes the majority of terms from other non-biblical writings with cultural, theological, and historical relevance for your study of Scripture.

If you’ve used the TDOT series of theological dictionaries for your preaching or writing, you already know just how incredibly useful these volumes are. To own them is to possess a massive resource of information for every Hebrew word group in the Old Testament, that goes beyond the word glosses found in typical (though eminently useful) lexicons. The combination of both types of resources fully equips the scholar-pastor-researcher for the highest standards of writing and teaching output possible.

If you want to really get at the “heart” of the Aramaic texts you are studying, then the TDOT Aramaic Dictionary is a must-have resource. Make the most of the Logos advantage, by owning the Aramaic Dictionary fully tagged and incorporated into the full suit of tools and portability of the Logos Digital Library.

And if you don’t yet have the full TDOT for Logos, make it your own here:

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Tavis Bohlinger

Dr. Tavis Bohlinger is the editor of Word by Word's Lecture Hall and Creative Director at Reformation Heritage Books. He holds a PhD from Durham University and writes across multiple genres, including academia, poetry, and screenwriting. He lives in Grand Rapids with his wife and three children.

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Written by Tavis Bohlinger