A Bible dictionary is one of the most practical and useful theological reference books available. The combination of definitions and proper names for Biblical words with online verse reference, allows users to define and analyze Scripture. Discover the meaning of words and study them in context to the theological concepts of that specific verse or passage. Many word searches also include the original Greek and Hebrew word with meaning. Popular dictionaries of the Bible include Baker’s Evangelical, Easton’s, and Smiths – named after their well-known theological authors.
Zondervan’s Compact Bible Dictionary
Zondervan’s Compact Bible Dictionary delivers a wealth of varied information in an easy-to-find alphabetical arrangement. Here is a fact-and-picture-filled guide to the arts, cultures, geography, geology, theologies, philosophies, and lifestyles of biblical times. * Concise definitions of persons, places, objects, events, and concepts * Over 5,000 entries * Summaries of the books of the Bible * Information about archaeological finds in the Holy Land * Hundreds of illustrations * Maps of the ancient world from the time of Abraham to the height of the Roman Empire (2000 B.C.-A.D. 117) * Conservative in scholarship, comprehensive in scope * Ideal for laypersons, students, teachers, and pastors
Vine’s Complete Expository Bible Dictionary
The most affordable complete edition of Vine’s famous Old and New Testament dictionaries available, this super value edition of a classic study resource helps those with limited or no background in Hebrew or Greek to study the meaning of biblical words in the original languages. A great resource for students, pastors, and anyone who enjoys biblical word studies. Serves as a bible dictionary, commentary, and concordance.
A Complete Bible Reference Study Library with Bible Dictionary
All the original words are treated in their alphabetical Hebrew order, and are numbered regularly from the first to the last, each being known throughout by its appropriate number. This renders reference easy without recourse to the Hebrew characters and Immediately after each word is given its exact equivalent in English letters, according to the system of transliteration laid down in the scheme here following, which is substantially that adopted in the Common English Version, only more consistently and uniformly carried out; so that the word could be readily be turned back again into Hebrew from the form thus given it.