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Bible Dictionaries and Encyclopedias
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Bible Dictionaries and Encyclopedias
Bible Dictionaries and Encyclopedias Reference works giving information about biblical terms, names, doctrines, history, and culture.The first such work was probably that of Eusebius of Caesarea, a four-volume encyclopedia of which only one part is extant, Onomasticon, produced ca a.d. 326. This dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Bible Dictionaries
BIBLE DICTIONARIES. In the last 300 years there have been nearly 300 Bible dictionaries published in the English language—some small and some extending to many volumes, some carrying the name of many of the greatest biblical scholars of their respective generations, while some appear anonymously.Augustine,
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
DICTIONARIES
DICTIONARIES<dik’-shun-a-riz>: A dictionary is a word-book or a list of words arranged in some fixed order, generally alphabetical, for ready reference, and usually with definitions or longer treatises. The vocabulary or glossary is a mere list of words, often without definitions; the Lexicon or dictionary
The Lutheran Cyclopedia
Encyclopædia, Theological
Encyclopædia, Theological, is an introduction to theological science, which views the whole circle of theological studies in their unity and relations. It is not only a convenient bird’s eye view for beginners in theological study, but a necessary investigation for the growth of theological science.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Bible Dictionaries and Encyclopedias
Bible dictionaries and encyclopedias. Works that treat topically the places, persons, history, doctrines, and objects of the Bible. This article will not include concordances, lexicons, indexes to the Bible, theological and denominational encyclopedias, or any of the smaller works since 1900.Probably
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Dictionaries
DICTIONARIES, dikʹshun-ariz: A dictionary is a word-book or a list of words arranged in some fixed order, generally alphabetical, for ready reference, and usually with definitions or longer treatises. The vocabulary or glossary is a mere list of words, often without definitions; the Lexicon or dictionary
Encyclopedia of Ancient Christianity
Encyclopedia
ENCYCLOPEDIA. By the term encyclopedia (Gk. ἐγκύκλιος παιδεία) the ancients designated, from the Hellenistic era, the group of disciplines that formed the indispensable basis for the education of the cultured man and, at a higher level, assumed the more specific function of a propaedeutic to the study