Theological Dictionary of the New Testament: Abridged in One Volume

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, Jul 10, 1985 - Religion - 1356 pages
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One of the most widely respected theological dictionaries put into one-volume, abridged form. Focusing on the theological meaning of each word, the abridgment contains English keywords for each entry, tables of English and Greek keywords, and a listing of the relevant volume and page numbers from the unabridged work at the end of each article or section.
 

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excelent tool for any exegesis

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This product is a big help if you want to dig deeper in your Bible study. The authors give you a wide understandig of the words used in NT greek. I would recommend it to students of the Bible ... Read full review

Great for those who want to really know!

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For those who really wish to discover the root meaning of Scripture this set will certainly do that. We are told to "dig," to "study to show thyself approved." This set certainly helps one do that. Read full review

Contents

IV
1
V
89
VI
111
VII
137
VIII
194
IX
290
X
303
XI
311
XVII
661
XVIII
666
XIX
752
XX
982
XXI
989
XXII
1152
XXIII
1200
XXIV
1244

XII
344
XIII
380
XIV
495
XV
547
XVI
625
XXV
1298
XXVI
1339
XXVII
1353
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About the author (1985)

Gerhard Kittel (1888-1948) was the Former Professor of New Testament both at Greifswald and Tbingen. He undertook the editorial direction of Theologisches Wrterbuch zum Neuen Testament in 1928.

The editor of the Theologisches Wrterbuch zum Neuen Testament, he has been Professor of New Testament at the University of Erlangen since 1954.

Geoffrey W. Bromiley (1915 2009) was professor emeritus of Church History and Historical Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He was best known as the translator of numerous theological books, including the 9-volume Theological Dictionary of the New Testament.

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