Strengthen your reference library with 34 volumes from one of the most influential Bible scholars and editors of the early nineteenth century—James Hastings. This massive collection includes over 18,000 pages of scholarship from hundreds of expert contributors—definitions of people, places, and theological terms; examinations of essential doctrines and their applications; poetry and quotations from key thinkers; maps of biblical places, and study guides on notable individuals. Hastings’ compilations are marked by their engaging explanations, detailed cross-references, and helpful personal observations on Scripture, making these works as valuable today as when they were written.
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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 the Bible, The Greater Men and Women of the Bible, Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics, and The Great Texts of the Bible. He died in 1922.