Multi-purpose Tools for Bible Study
Fortress Press 1993–2003
A fabulous tool for biblical scholarship, Multi-purpose Tools for Bible Study by Frederick W. Danker offers reference material for utilizing Bible encyclopedias, dictionaries, and concordances, as well as making full use of original language resources. It makes a perfect addition to the built-in tools of the Libronix system, therefore expanding your abilities to use reference material to its full potential!
Danker's indispensable volume, available since 1993 in a revised and expanded edition, has served for forty years as the reliable guide for students and scholars to the foundational texts of biblical study: concordances, primary Hebrew and Greek texts, grammars and lexicons, Bible dictionaries and versions, commentaries, and a host of contextual tools for studying the world of the Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
With the Logos Bible Software edition of Multi-purpose Tools for Bible Study all Scripture passages are linked to your favorite Bible translation in your library. This makes this text more powerful and easier to access than ever before for scholarly work or personal Bible study. With the advanced search features of Logos Bible Software, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference.
- Bibliographical references and indexes are included in this resource
- Contains a preface written by the author
Praise for the Print Edition
No serious student should be without it.
—Leander E. Keck, Yale Divinity School
One of the best resources available in English for in-depth biblical study.
—Carolyn Osiek, R.S.C.J., Catholic Theological Union
- Title: Multi-purpose Tools for Bible Study
- Author: Frederick W. Danker
- Edition: Revised and Expanded
- Publisher: Fortress
- Publication Date: 2003
- Pages: 344
About Frederick W. Danker
Frederick W. Danker is Professor Emeritus of New Testament at Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago. He is an internationally recognized scholar who has published in the areas of biblical interpretation, Hellenistic language and culture, linguistics, and archaeology.