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Eerdmans Bible Reference Collection (5 vols.)

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The 5-volume Eerdmans Bible Reference Collection contains important reference works, historical surveys, and bibliographic guides from recent decades in biblical scholarship. This collection includes the massive Old Testament Survey by William Sanford LaSor, David Allan Hubbard, and Frederic William Bush, along with a volume on eschatology, George Eldon Ladd’s classic, The Last Things, and much more!

These important reference works will aid your study and exploration of the Bible, and will serve as a comprehensive guide to the core themes of the Bible. The authors consider important historical and theological themes, interpretive challenges, and the historical significance of Bible texts. They also document important developments in the field of biblical studies and Bible translation in recent decades. These books are ideal for pastors, students, and scholars, and will also benefit laypersons.

What’s more, with the Logos edition, all Scripture references are linked to your Greek and Hebrew texts, along with your English translations! Perform powerful searches, word studies, and more with the Eerdmans Bible Reference Collection!

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Key Features

  • Topical, subject, and author indexes in many volumes
  • Charts, graphs, and illustrations bring the text to life
  • Contributions from top scholars, including Bruce M. Metzger, Louis T. Talbot, and George Eldon Ladd
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  1. Jesse Rojo

    Jesse Rojo


    George Eldon Ladd was not "dispensational." He was a post-trib and denied the rapture (classic dispensational position). He holds rather a historic premillennial position.
  2. rolance



    we respect ur efforts logos, but the combo doesnt suit the topic, if its background combo, it will be useful for readers
  3. G. Jorge Medina
    Most Logos "combos" do not make sense to me. I just want to be able to purchase "Old Testament Survey: The Message, Form, and Background of the Old Testament"; everything else here is filling.
  4. Phil Niebergall