Nelson's New Illustrated Bible Dictionary

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T. Nelson, 1995 - Religion - 1440 pages
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This dictionary puts at the reader's disposal a wealth of the most current findings and insights to enrich one's study and teaching of the Bible. Editors have drawn from the world's finest evangelical scholars--no other dictionary features as much up-to-date information. A new 48-page section includes a guide to the most effective use of the dictionary for personal study or lesson preparation.

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This is a very handy and easy to use reference book. -
The pictures and maps are wonderful. -
An EXCELLENT reference to add to your library. -
It has nice size print and nice pictures. -
This reference is one to own in your library. -

Nelson's New Illustrated Bible Dictionary

User Review  - MariaM -

Beautiful bible dictionary with gorgeous photos and great reference. This is my first bible dictionary since the one I had was my grandfather's printed in the '70s. It was nice having Hebrew spellings ... Read full review

Excellent Study Source

User Review  - Man of God -

This is my second purchase of this dictionary. I purchased one for myself and when mother began teaching sunday school, I knew this was a must have resource for her. Read full review

About the author (1995)

Ronald F. Youngblood is Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew Emeritus, Bethel Seminary San Diego.

Bruce was the Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester, England.

R.K. Harrison (1920-1993) was Professor of Old Testament at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto.

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