Power your personal Bible study with these four classic dictionaries and encyclopedias. These time-tested reference works include some of the most popular study tools of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries—including the American Tract Society Bible Dictionary and the Morrish Bible Dictionary. The editors focus on providing every student of the Bible with reliable and concise information on biblical people, places, objects, and themes—as well as church practices, Christian history, and theology.
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Covering “ablutions” to “zuchetto,” the American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia was designed for the serious lay person looking for something more than a simple glossary. This handy resource provides a wealth of information on ecclesiastical terms, so you can keep your terms and history straight.
William James Miller (1850–1924) was a church historian. He is also the author of Wintering in the Riviera: Hints to Travellers.
Condensed Biblical Cyclopedia: Designed for Those Who Have but Little Time for Study
Author: Ashley S. Johnson
Publisher: Guide Printing and Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 1896
This compact encyclopedia provides concise notes on essential biblical concepts. Johnson’s handy volume delivers high-level insights helpful for personal study.
Ashley S. Johnson (1877–1925) was a biblical scholar and man of letters. He was president of the School of the Evangelists and the author of The Holy Spirit and the Human Mind.
Dictionary of the Holy Bible, for General Use in the Study of the Scriptures
This dictionary, commonly known as the American Tract Society Bible Dictionary, provides a reliable, conservative reference work for personal Bible study. Its concise entries focus on referencing Scripture alone and communicating concepts in simple, straightforward language.
Commonly known as the Morrish Bible Dictionary, this popular dictionary from the early twentieth century contains more than 5,000 entries. Morrish also includes a short survey of each book of the Bible, summaries of doctrinal positions, and chronology tables.
George Morrish (1814–1911) was a British Bible scholar and a prominent member of the Plymouth Brethren.