The New International Dictionary of Theology and Exegesis: Old and New Testament (10 vols.) contains thousands of articles, written by hundreds of scholars from over 100 academic institutions! This massive reference work contains articles on the theology of each individual book of the Bible, as well as discussions of biblical concepts, people, places, events, and literary pieces. The New International Dictionary of Theology and Exegesis: Old and New Testament is intended for serious biblical and exegetical study by men and women of all walks of life—both academics and pastors, students and laypersons.
Volumes one through five contain a lexicon of the Old Testament. All words found in the text are ordered by Hebrew alphabetization for easy reference, and coupled with a Goodrich/Kohlenberger cross-referencing number to be used in conjunction with Strong’s numbering system. The relationship of each word in different contexts and languages is also explained, including alternative words, and the particulars of their semantic domain. All this information is, of course, complete with bibliography. Volume five contains a series of indexes: a Hebrew index, subject index, and an index of semantic fields. This collection is an unparalleled accomplishment in the field of biblical hermeneutics.
The latter five volumes examine and discuss the major theological terms of the Bible. They allow you to unlock the significance, meaning, and nuances of words in the New Testament without having to study Hebrew or Greek! These five volumes are a basic enlargement of the German Theologisches Begriffslexikon zum Neuen Testament. On its first publication in German it was recognized as a major reference work and has since become more and more widely acclaimed as an important tool for understanding the theology and message of the Bible.
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The Logos edition of the New International Dictionary of Theology and Exegesis: Old and New Testament (10 vols.) provides a unique and accessible source of information, invaluable to ministers, teachers, and anyone interested in the study as well as the teaching of the Bible. What’s more, links to New Testament passages are linked to your Greek texts and English translations, giving you instant access to the texts discussed in each entry of the New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology.
With this collection and the powerful tools of your digital library, you can perform searches faster than ever, accomplish complex research projects without flipping pages, and discover the significance and meaning of Old and New Testament theological concepts like never before! What’s more, references to Scripture passages are linked to the original language texts and to your preferred English translations, giving you instant access to the texts discussed in each entry of the New International Dictionary of Theology and Exegesis: Old and New Testament (10 vols.).
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The final volume in the New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis provides the tools you need to fully utilize the other volumes. Consult the Old Testament, New Testament, and Apocrypha indexes when studying a particular passage. Discover usage in extra-biblical literature with the Greek, Jewish, and subsequent Christian literature indexes. Look up a word in its original language with the Greek and Hebrew/Aramaic indexes. Convert concordance numbers with the Strong’s to Goodrick-Kohlenberger Number Conversion chart. This is an essential volume for making the most of your New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis.
Willem VanGemeren is professor of Old Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is the author of a number of books, including Interpreting the Prophetic Word and a commentary on Psalms in the Expositor's Bible Commentary series.
Moisés Silva taught biblical studies at Westmont College, Westminster Theological Seminary, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He is the coauthor of Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics, the author of Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament: Philippians, and the revising editor of the Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible.