Authors: W.E. VINE, Merrill F. Unger, William White Jr.
Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words with Topical Index makes it possible for the student with substantial limited or no background in either Greek or Hebrew to study the meaning of biblical words in the original languages.
English equivalents are listed alphabetically throughout the text along with either Greek or Hebrew words from which they are translated. Various shades of meaning plus Scripture passages illustrating particular usages are also included.
Through the extensive use of Strong's numbering system and other references included in Vine's indexes you will be able to bridge Vine's entries with those of the standard technical lexicons used by Bible scholars everywhere.
Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words is organized in such a way that it becomes at once a dictionary a commentary and a concordance.
Recognized the world over as an essential tool for the serious Bible student Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words enables you to "mine the riches" of your Bible more deeply because you can:
Discover the meanings of more than 6000 biblical words in their original Greek or HebrewEnjoy the convenience of a complete listing of both Old and New Testament words in one easy-to-use volumeEnrich your Bible study with the only complete Vine's Old and New Testament Expository Dictionary keyed to Strong's reference numbers
Now the addition of the exclusive Topical Index makes Vine's more useful than ever.
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