The Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible: An Illustrated Encyclopedia Identifying and Explaining All Proper Names and Significant Terms and Subjects in the Holy Scriptures, Including the Apocrypha, with Attention to Archaeological Discoveries and Researches Into the Life and Faith of Ancient Times, Volume 3

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George Arthur Buttrick
Abingdon Press, 1962 - Religion - 4 pages
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This dictionary is the definitive starting point for research on any topic, place or person in the Bible, with emphasis on the crucial theological concepts. Based on the NSRV. -- publisher's website.

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Age cannot wither, and all that. At the time this set was published, it was the best Bible dictionary available, and the fifth, supplemental, volume just made it better. That is perhaps no longer true ... Read full review

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What can you say about a classic except to call it a classic? This is no longer the very last word in Bible dictionaries; the Anchor dictionary is newer and perhaps slightly fuller. But this is still ... Read full review

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