God’s glory fills the tabernacle
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A key theological term in the Bible that features in God’s work of judgment, salvation, and blessing.
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
GLORY The singular splendor of God and the consequences for humanity.The Glory of God The glory of God can be described in two senses: (1) as a general category or attribute, and (2) as a specific category referring to particular historical manifestations of his presence.As an Attribute God’s glory
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
glory, a human or divine atttribute indicating significance, importance, or presence. The most important Hebrew word for “glory,” kabod, means “weight” or “importance.” Thus, to have glory is to be weighty or important to oneself or others. In this sense, glory may be applied to humans, showing their
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
GLORY. A major biblical concept, in the word “glory” is the translation in KJV of a variety of Heb. and Gr. words, the most common being kābôd in the OT and doxa in the NT. Developing from the Heb. concept of “weight, heaviness, worthiness,” the term “glory” in a doctrinal sense is used of God in (Ps
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
GloryThat aspect of a person or God worthy of praise, honor, or respect; often associated with brightness or splendor in theophanies. Used of people or creation, glory is that characteristic which people typically honor: wisdom (Prov. 25:2), might (2 Kgs. 14:10), wealth (Esth. 1:4; Matt. 6:29 par.).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Glory. That aspect in a person or God worthy of praise, honor, or respect; often associated with brightness or splendor in theophanies.
Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible
GLORY כבוד δόξαI. Kabôd occurs 200 times in MT, but doxa 453 times in the LXX (since it is also used as a translation of more than 20 other Hebrew terms) and 166 times in the NT. The standard translation, ‘glory’, is inadequate, for it does not convey the specific connotations of these words. The
Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels
GloryThe Gospels’ use of “glory” (Gk doxa, doxazein) presupposes the specialized theological background of the OT. Few concepts in antiquity were more important than honor, distinction, esteem and glory. The classical word doxa originally meant “opinion” (derived from dokeō), or a well-informed
Dictionary of Paul and His Letters
Glory, glorificationThe terminology of glory provides a window on virtually the whole of Paul’s theology (the noun doxa occurs seventy-six times, the verb doxazō, twelve times, predominantly in Romans and the Corinthian letters). Nowhere in the NT are its OT roots more apparent than in Paul’s usage.