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This Bible dictionary is a readable fact and picture-filled guide to the arts, cultures, geography, geology, theologies, philosophies and life styles of Biblical times. It also vividly illuminates and enriches individual understanding of the greatest stories ever told.
Who were the Pharisees? What did Samson and John the Baptist have in common? Does an altar really have "horns?" Turn to the Zondervan Bible Dictionary and find out. It has the answers to these and hundreds of other questions you're likely to wonder about as you read the Bible. Condensed from the New International Bible Dictionary, this unique volume actually offers three books in one: • A Dictionary—for easy-to-find, practical information on thousands of topics • A Topical Index—for detailed study of nearly 150 larger topics, listing all articles in the dictionary that relate to a given topic • A Survey—providing an introductory overview of the Bible, biblical history, and biblical culture. Concise, readable, and informative, the Zondervan Bible Dictionary is ideal for use at home, in study groups, and in schools. It will help you clear up the who, what, where, why, and how of the Bible so you can better appreciate the depth of its wisdom and its relevance for you today.
What better way to present the fascinating facts, trivia, lessons, and really cool stuff hidden in the pages of the Bible than through a new almanac-style full-color book? This highly designed, colorful reference book will engage kids with hundreds of lists, timelines, quizzes, maps, and other captivating details about Biblical times and the people and stories of the Bible itself.
This book is devoted to the description of typical trends in development, formation and the present state of English Author Lexicography, the roots of which go back to concordances to the Bible and glossaries of the complete works of Chaucer (xvi c.). Part I, “Linguistic Dictionaries to English Writers,” presents lexicographic analysis of old and new concordances, indices, glossaries and lexicons of famous English writers with special reference to Chaucer, Milton, Shakespeare, and Dickens. It presents a modern scene of author glossaries for unfamiliar words, terms and other groups of writers’ vocabulary (e.g. Shakespeare’s insults and his erotic language). The reader is offered a detailed review of author concordances, glossaries and lexicons on the Internet, along with criticism of printed dictionaries. Part II, “Encyclopedic Reference Works to English Writers,” deals with English author encyclopedic reference books, i.e. encyclopedias, guides and companions; dictionaries of characters and place names; quotations and proverbs, and Internet encyclopedic resources. The book also provides a comprehensive list of references on author lexicography and an Index of Dictionaries to the English Writers (xvi–xxi cc.), including 300 titles of linguistic and encyclopedic dictionaries, which is a reliable user guide in the world of English author lexicography.
This compact commentary looks at the Bible as a whole--then shows how all its books fit into the grand picture.
For over 250 years, Cruden's Complete Concordance has been a standard tool for serious study of the Bible. This compact edition with its straightforward, uncluttered style offers the most accurate, comprehensive, and readable rendering of Alexander Cruden's master work, letting readers select from over 220,000 Scripture references to locate the exact words, topics, verses, and passages they are looking for.

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