Holy Array
Holy Splendor
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Array, Holy
array, holy. This phrase is used by the ASV and RSV to render Hebrew hadĕrat-qōdeš in four passages (1 Chr. 16:29; 2 Chr. 20:21; Ps. 29:2; 96:9; KJV, “the beauty of holiness”; NIV, “the splendor of his holiness”; NRSV, “holy splendor”). The phrase is used always in connection with the public worship
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
ARRAY, HOLY [הַדְרַת קֹדֶשׁhadhrath qodhesh]. Literally “splendor of holiness,” this ambiguous phrase appears in 1 Chr 16:29; 2 Chr 20:21; Pss 29:2; 96:9. It refers either to the condition (i.e., attire) in which one should approach the deity in worship or to the actual theophanic appearance of the