…organized alphabetically in English, along with the Hebrew or Greek words from which they are translated. Vine’s famous insights into the various shades of meaning, plus related Scripture references are included. Keyed throughout to Strong’s numbering system. Warren Wiersbe says: “. . . one of … more
Merrill F. Unger (July 15, 1909–October, 1980) was a Bible scholar, author, and respected Biblical archaeologist. Unger earned an A. B. and Ph. D (Johns Hopkins University) as well as a Th. M and Th. D (Dallas Theological Seminary). He pastored several churches before teaching for a year at Gordon College. He later served as the professor of Old Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary for 19 years before becoming a professor emeritus. Unger wrote over 40 books, including The New Unger’s Bible Handbook, The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary, What Demons Can Do to Saints, and Baptism & Gifts of the Holy Spirit. He also wrote extensively for various theologcial magazines and served as the associate editor of Bibliotheca Sacra.