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Here are some basic study tools you can get to "go deeper." It's important to find the right tools, those that closely match your level of expertise. I have tried to categorize the Bible dictionaries for you so that you will better know what you are getting. You can also generally tell by the price: the cheaper it is, the more elementary and the more pricey, the more advanced. I have added notes here and there to help you along in your decision-making process. All such notes will be in this same, navy-blue color and in bold. —Steve

Concordances

11578: Where to Find It in the BibleWhere to Find It in the Bible
By Ken Anderson / Thomas Nelson / W

What does the Bible say about modern concerns such as stress, nutrition, or computers? Ordinary concordances aren't much help, but this offbeat topical concordance lets you find biblical answers to contemporary issues like these. In everyday, non-theological language, you can locate specific Bible references to over 3,700 subjects, circumstances, and situations from A to Z. 578 pages, soft cover from Nelson.

910475X: God's Word Complete ConcordanceGod's Word Complete Concordance
By William Mounce / World Publishing

From the publisher: A helpful tool that gives immediate access to important words in God's Word. Features: An alphabetical index of all the major words within God's Word; Each unique word, hyphenated word, or multiple word phrase is listed as an individual entry; Word frequencies are listed next to each word entry; Three column format; Traditional word appendix gives words and contemporary equivalents. 1248 pages, 6 1/8" x 9 1/8".

The New Thematic Concordance
By Geoffrey Stonier / Christian Focus Public

929314: The New Thematic ConcordanceA concordance can be a really useful tool to help you, but most just list words--so what happens if the word you are looking for doesn't come from the translation that the concordance is for?

One answer to the problem is a topical Bible concordance. If you know the subject you want to study then a topical Bible concordance shows you where in the Bible that subject or theme is developed. Before long you will find that The New Thematic Concordance is an indispensable tool.

69075: Quick-Ref Bible ConcordanceQuick-Ref Bible Concordance
By Ronald F. Youngblood / Thomas Nelson / W

Now you can get the most our of your Bible study time with this convenient and thorough concordance that lists over 40,000 of the most theologically crucial references.

 

The Layman's Quick Reference Concordance
By George Knight / Barbour & Co

05750: The Layman's Quick Reference ConcordanceYou want to get the most from your Bible study. Whether you're leading a Sunday school class, participating in a small group discussion, or investigating a topic of personal importance, you need to find verses that speak to your particular need. This compact Bible concordance helps you do that. Here, in over 1,800 entries encompassing more than 10,000 verses, are directions to finding the most important people, places, things and ideas in the Bible. Many entries include a brief description of the person or place listed, making The Layman's Quick Reference Concordance a mini-library of essential biblical information. Practical, reliable, and understandable, here is the concordance every student of the Bible should have. 

Holman Concise Bible Concordance
By Broadman / Holman

5493492: Holman Concise Bible ConcordanceYou name the topic. The Hollman Concise Topical Concordance does the rest, steering you to Scriptures from one corner of the Bible to the other, adding balance and depth to your study and teaching. Unlike regular concordances, this book goes beyond specific Bible words to point out passages by themes and ideas arranged alphabetically in hundreds of choices, perfect for crafting Sunday School lessons on particular topics...no matter how contemporary!

Strong's Complete Word Study Concordance, Expanded Edition--Book and CD-ROM
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571263: Strong's Complete Word Study Concordance, Expanded  Edition--Book and CD-ROMEdited by Warren Baker / Amg Publishers

Added "muscle" for your "workout" with God's Word! This indispensable resource offers you all the classic features of the popular reference---plus amplified word studies for key Greek and Hebrew words. This easy-to-read edition also includes a handy index of proper names that provides the meaning and first occurrence for each. Comes with a full-text CD-ROM! 2160 pages, hardcover from AMG.

 

1082609: Introduction to: A New Concordance of the Old TestamentIntroduction to: A New Concordance of the Old Testament
By John H. Sailhamer / Baker

A guide for English-speaking readers who want to use Evan-Shoshan's A New Concordance of the Bible. This booklet explains terms and space-saving forms used in the concordance."

 

 

Greek - Concordance to the Septuagint Versions of the O.T. (including the Apocryphal Books) By Edwin Hatch / Baker

21413: Concordance to the Septuagint Versions of the O.T. (including the Apocryphal Books)This indispensable tool for biblical scholars is new and improved. This classic reference is designed to be a complete concordance to the Septuagint version of the Old Testament, to the Greek text of the apocrypha books, and to the remains of the other versions that formed part of Origen's Hexapla. The objective aims at in the quotations for each word, as far as possible, to have enough of the context to show the grammatical construction of the word and the words with which it is ordinarily associated. Since the contexts are in Greek only, you must be able to read Greek to use this concordance. New features of this concordance include: the addition of a Hebrew/Aramaic Index to the Septuagint by Takamitsu Muraoka. This index identifies the various Greek words used to translate each Hebrew or Aramaic word, a new introductory essay by Robert A. Kraft and Emmanuel Tov that addresses the history and abiding value of the concordance while also providing suggestions for its use, and the additions and corrections, originally appearing in three separate locations, have been brought together and identified in the text of the concordance with symbols that alert the user to consult the list. Also, a comprehensive list of abbreviations used throughout the concordance has been compiled as an aid to the user.  

Greek - Synoptic Concordance, Volume 2
By Paul Hoffman / Walter Degruyter Pub.

166178: Synoptic Concordance, Volume 2A Greek Concordance to the First Three Gospels in Synoptic Arrangement, statisically evaluated, including occurrences in Acts.  

Greek - Synoptic 166186: Synoptic Concordance, Volume 3Concordance, Volume 3
By Paul Hoffman / Walter Degruyter Pub.

A Greek Concordance to the First Three Gospels in Synoptic Arrangement, statistically evaluated, including occurrences in Acts.

 

 

 

Greek - Synoptic Concordance, Volume 4
By Paul Hoffman / Walter Degruyter Pub.

166194: Synoptic Concordance, Volume 4A Greek Concordance to the First Three Gospels in Synoptic Arrangement, statisically evaluated, including occurences in Acts.  

Greek/NIV - 40220: The Greek-English Concordance to the New TestamentThe Greek-English Concordance to the New Testament
By John Kohlenberger / Zondervan Corp.

The Greek-English Concordance to the New Testament is an exhaustive index to three Greek texts: United Bible Societies - 4th edition, Nestle-Aland - 26th edition, and the Greek text underlying the New International Version of the Bible. It replaces the venerable Englishman's Greek Concordance by George Wigram, published over 150 years ago. This concordance lists all occurrences of a given Greek word (even where there is not a direct English equivalent) in Greek alphabetical order, shows the interrelationship between the English and Greek texts, including redundant cognates and repeated Greek words, as well as multiple-word translations, uses the Goodrick-Kohlenberger numbering system (with cross-reference to Strong's numbers), allowing for accurate identification of Greek words and use with The Zondervan NIV Exhaustive Concordance, is keyed to BAGD and NIDNTT, contains an exhaustive NIV-to-Greek index, and includes a phrase concordance for phrases such as Son of Man, kingdom of God, and others.  

Hebrew - 21969: Graphic Concordance to the Dead Sea ScrollsGraphic Concordance to the Dead Sea Scrolls
By James H. Charlesworth / Westminster / John Knox

 

 

 

 


Greek/KJV - 32079: Englishman's Greek ConcordanceEnglishman's Greek Concordance
By George V. Wigram / Hendrickson Publishers

This is the Greek concordance for non-specialists! Every Greek word in the New Testament is listed in Greek alphabetical order, along with a brief rendering in English of every verse in which that word appears. One major improvement: each Greek word is defined so you can compare its various English translations. Entries are coded to Strong's Concordance for additional assistance. 1020 pages, hardcover from Hendrickson.

Hebrew/KJV - The Englishman's Hebrew Concordance of the Old Testament
By George V. Wigram / Hendrickson Publishers

32087: The Englishman's Hebrew Concordance of the Old TestamentThis concordance is an improved edition of The Englishman's Hebrew and Chaldee Concordance of the OT, the standard reference work first issued in 1843. Every Hebrew and Aramaic word of the OT is listed (in Hebrew) alphabetical order, along with a brief rendering in English of every verse in the OT in which that Hebrew or Aramaic word appears. Each word is coded to Strong's, thus allowing even those who do not know Hebrew the opportunity to use this work.  

Greek - The Exhaustive Concordance to the Greek New Testament
By John Kohlenberger / Zondervan Corp.

41030: The Exhaustive Concordance to the Greek New TestamentGet the most for the least! Now you can get the most complete concordance to the Greek New Testament at the lowest price! This exhaustive concordance covers every word in the Greek text and is based on the standard United Bible Societies' Greek text (UBS4). Frequency counts, including NIV variants, are included for each word. Context lines are meaningful and easy to use, and hundreds of frequently occurring phrases are noted. 1200 pages, hardcover from Zondervan.  

Greek/All versions - 424571: The Book Study Concordance of the Greek New TestamentThe Book Study Concordance of the Greek New Testament
By Andreas Kostenberger & Raymond Bouchoc / Broadman / Holman

This concordance has utilized recent technology breakthroughs to open a new venue of research. This is a collection of twenty-seven concordances listing every word used in alphabetical order book by book. Also provided are word totals, most-frequently-used words, and words set in relation to the New Testament as a whole. This places the words in the context of the author and is also useful in studying the terminology and theology of the New Testament books.  

ESV - Crossway Comprehensive Concordance of the Holy Bible, English Standard Version By William D. Mounce, comp. / Good News Publishing

43860: The Crossway Comprehensive Concordance of the Holy Bible, English Standard VersionA good concordance is the cornerstone of your reference library. And if you've recently discovered the word-for-word precision and literary excellence of the English Standard Version Bible, you'll want this corresponding tool! With more than 310,000 entries covering 13,430 individual words---listed alphabetically in order of appearance and occurrence---it's ideal for in-depth word studies. 1136 pages, hardcover. 

HCSB - HCSB Comprehensive Concordance of the Holy Bible
By Broadman / Holman

94596: HCSB Comprehensive Concordance of the Holy BibleThe Holman CSB. Comprehensive Concordance contains nearly 300,000 entries with only 263 common words omitted. All the rest of the words in the Holman CSB are completely listed ensuring that you can find the passage you are looking for, and it will be indispensable for your word studies and devotions. Because it is smaller than an exhaustive concordance, it can be kept handy at your desk or carried with you to church and Bible study. This comprehensive concordance is the first for the Holman Christian Standard Bible.

67501: The New Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceKJV - The New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
By James Strong / Thomas Nelson / W

The Strong's Concordance is a complete list of every word in the King James Version Bible. Each word is followed by a complete list of references where the word can be found.

This exhaustive Strong's is enhanced with easy to read type, full Bible book names, definitions and pronunciations for proper names, the words of Christ shaded in gray, a complete topical index, and concise Hebrew & Aramaic and Greek dictionaries. The entries are subdivided and defined when words have more than one meaning. This commentary is based on the King James Version of the Bible and is a great reference tool to have on your shelf!

Special Features include charts of:

  • The Laws of the Bible
  • The Teachings and Illustrations of Christ
  • The Jewish Calendar
  • List of the Jewish Feasts
  • Monies and Weights
  • Measures of Length, Dry and Liquid Measures
  • Harmony of the Gospels
  • Prophecies of the Messiah Fulfilled in Jesus Christ
  • The Parables and Miracles of Jesus Christ
  • Prayers of the Bible
  • Old Testament Chronology

KJV - The New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance-damaged
By Thomas Nelson / W

67501D: The New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance-damagedThis exhaustive Strong's is enhanced with easy to read type, full Bible book names, definitions and pronunciations for proper names, the words of Christ shaded in gray, a complete topical index, and concise Hebrew & Aramaic and Greek dictionaries. The entries are subdivided and defined when words have more than one meaning. This commentary is based on the King James Version of the Bible and is a great reference tool to have on your shelf!

Damage on these books vary and may consist of dented spines or corners, a few wrinkled pages, and the page edges may be a little dusty. On the whole they are in pretty good condition for the price.

KJV - 5211667: New Strong's Concise Concordance of the Bible - TheNew Strong's Concise Concordance of the Bible
By James Strong / Thomas Nelson / W

Your "find it fast" guide to any verse in the King James Bible---without the bulk! Space-saving design eliminates Hebrew, Greek, and unlikely search words. Features Fan Tab thumb index. 749 pages, softcover.

 

 

KJV - Cruden's Complete Concordance, Softcover
By Alexander Cruden / Hendrickson Publishers

75826: Cruden's Complete Concordance, SoftcoverAlexander Cruden's Concordance has consistently been one of the most popular KJV concordances (along with Strong's and Young's). Here are over 200,000 references in a portable size---5.75" x 8.5". 796 pages, economically priced softcover from Hendrickson. A super value!

KJV - The Strongest Strong's Exhaustive Concordance, Comfort-Print Edition
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46972: The Strongest Strong's Exhaustive Concordance, Comfort-Print Edition John R. Kohlenberger III & James A. Swanson / Zondervan Corp.

This concordance is a larger print version of the the most accurate, truly exhaustive Strong's updated by John Kohlenberger along with James Swanson and compiled and verified by computer technology. In this edition, longstanding errors from the original have been corrected and omissions filled in as well as word studies have been simplified and special care has been taken to maximize the thoroughness and ease of use. The larger type makes this concordance easy to read.

Special features include:

  • Strong's numbering system for word studies in Greek and Hebrew
  • Goodrick-Kohlenberger numbers in the dictionary indexes
  • The most up-to-date Hebrew and Greek dictionaries
  • Includes Nave's Topical Bible Reference System
  • Cross-references to places and names used in Bible translations besides the KJV
  • Word counts of every word in the Bible
  • Fast-Tab locators
  • Smythe-sewn binding that opens fully, lays flat, and lasts longer
  • Maps" 

KJV - King James New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
By James Strong / Thomas Nelson / W

47231: King James New Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceSquint-free study with your favorite Bible reference! New enlarged type has been used throughout the text of this handbook-sized edition, including the Greek and Hebrew dictionaries---and the words of Christ are in bold type. Indexes every word of the KJV, and incorporates all the features of the original classic. 1902 pages, hardcover from Nelson.

KJV - 501480: New Strong's Concise Concordance of the BibleNew Strong's Concise Concordance of the Bible
By Thomas Nelson / W

The New Strong's ® Concise Concordance of the Bible is designed to serve the needs of the average Bible student. It delivers the trusted Strong's scholarship in a portable and manageable format, a is a complete concordance without the ancient languages. If you want a convenient Strong's concordance for finding Bible verses and studying the Bible in English, then this is the concordance for you. Note: Print is very small.

Special Features:

  • Simple, intuitive guide to any verse in the Bible
  • Definitions and pronunciation guides for all proper nouns
  • Fan-Tab ® Thumb Index System

KJV - 245391: The New Strong's Expanded Concordance of the BibleThe New Strong's Expanded Concordance of the Bible
By James Strong / Thomas Nelson / W

This edition of a legendary classic puts biblical research at your fingertips. This expanded, red-letter edition is computer-generated for high accuracy. Also included are the following charts: Laws of the Bible, Teachings and Illustrations of Christ, The Jewish Calendar, Jewish Feasts, Monies and Weights, NT Monies, Measures of length, dry measures, liquid measures, OT chronology, harmony of the gospels, prophecies of the Messiah fulfilled in Jesus Christ, the parables of Jesus, the miracles of Jesus and the Prayers of the Bible.

Features:

  • Incorporates the best of Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words
  • Words of Christ highlighted in red
  • Enhanced word studies drawn from standard dictionaries such as Vine's, Thayer's, Brown-Driver-Briggs
  • Definitions of Hebrew and Greek primary roots greatly expanded; three times as much as before
  • Frequency word counts for all English words in concordance proper and Hebrew and Greek words in the dictionaries
  • Main concordance, with Strong's numbering system, fully retained
  • Fan-Tab® Thumb-Index Reference System

KJV 50559: New Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceNew Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
By James Strong / Thomas Nelson / W

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible has been the standard Bible concordance for pastors, scholars, and laypersons for over a century. This edition provides the classic Strong's features in a smaller, more convenient form. other smaller-sized editions, this portable version is truly exhaustive. It indexes every word of the King James Version, including articles, conjunctions, and prepositions. This concordance gives you the in-depth reference information you want, wherever you need it. Also features the Fan-Tab Thumb Index Reference System.

KJV – 0229200: Cruden's Complete ConcordanceCruden's Complete Concordance
By Alexander Cruden / Zondervan Corp.

For over 250 years, Cruden's Complete Concordance has been a standard tool for serious study of the Bible. This edition offers you the most accurate, comprehensive, and readable rendering of Alexander Cruden's masterwork. The straightforward, uncluttered style lets you select from over 220,000 Scripture references to swiftly locate the exact words, topics, verses, and passages you're looking for. Compact and easy to use, this concordance is a practical, convenient, eminently useful companion to the King James Version and other classic translations. This concordance features: definitions and commentaries where appropriate, a list of seldom-mentioned biblical names, an appendix of names in the Old and New Testaments, complete with their meanings, a list of the names and titles given to Jesus Christ, and a list of titles and descriptions given to the church. This concordance is part of the Zondervan Classic Reference Series.

KJV – 06011: Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible--with CD-ROMStrong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible--with CD-ROM
By James Strong / Hendrickson Publishers

The Strong's Exhaustive Concordance is an indispensable tool that all readers of the Bible will want to have as part of their basic library. It contains every word in the King James Version and allows the reader to easily find all biblical occurrences of a word. The Strong's numbering system is used and cross-referenced in most study tools today. This resource also includes complete Hebrew and Greek dictionaries, organized by the Strong's numbers, which give brief lexical definitions of each word of the original languages of the Bible. This is a complete concordance and dictionary in one sturdy and deluxe hardcover volume for use with the KJV. This also includes an expanded premium edition CD-ROM for PC or PDA, a $75.00 value, included with the hardcover at no additional cost.

The CD-ROM is the first in Hendrickson Publishers ScriptureLink series, and includes interactive, interlinked versions of Strong's and many other valuable reference works easily accessible with either a PC or PDA. The Strong's Expanded Premium Edition CD-ROM provides ready access to all of the Strong's information, including enhanced Strong's Hebrew and Greek dictionaries.

KJV – Young's Analytical Concordance
By Robert Young / Hendrickson Publishers

06291: Young's Analytical ConcordanceYoung's is comprehensive, accurate, and exhaustive. It's often preferred for word studies because of its unique format: passages for the English words are arranged under the Greek or Hebrew words that they translate. This beautiful edition now includes the Hebrew and Greek dictionaries at the back. And, unlike other editions, this one is printed on high-quality paper. A super buy! 1205 pages, hardcover from Hendrickson.

KJV – 06291E: Young's Analytical ConcordanceYoung's Analytical Concordance
By Robert Young / Hendrickson Publishers

With a deal like this, there's no excuse not to have your own copy of this standard! Young's unique treatment of original languages---passages for the English words are arranged under the Greek or Hebrew words they translate---allows you the most efficient and accurate analysis of language usage. This handsome volume includes more than 300,000 biblical references along with Hebrew and Greek dictionaries, as well as a supplement article on the ''Canon of the Old Testament.'' 1228 pages, maroon hardcover with gold stamping, from Eerdmans.

Nelson's Compact Bible Concordance
By Thomas Nelson / W

252509: Nelson's Compact Bible ConcordanceThis book has the power and classic features of Nelson's New Strong's in a concise and compact edition. It helps you access the references you need quickly and easily.

KJV – Cruden's Complete Concordance, hardcover
By Alexander Cruden / Hendrickson Publishers

06313: Cruden's Complete Concordance, hardcoverCruden's has consistently been one of the most popular KJV concordances (along with Strong's and Young's). Here are over 200,000 references in a portable size---5.75"x 8.5". 796 pages, hardcover from Hendrickson. A super value!

KJV – 101848: Layman's Bible Concordance DeluxeLayman's Bible Concordance Deluxe
By George Knight / Barbour & Co

Layman's Quick Reference Concordance combines the best features of a biblical concordance, a Bible dictionary, and a guide to the major events and key passages of the Bible into this handy book. Based on the familiar King James Version, its purpose is to provide essential biblical information to lay students of the Bible in a format that is compact, convenient, and easy to use and understand. Hardcover, 347 pages.

KJV – The New Combined Bible Dictionary and Concordance
By Baker

1066808: The New Combined Bible Dictionary and ConcordanceTwo terrific resources merged into one convenient volume featuring over 10,000 entries! The concordance function lets you quickly identify the exact King James quotation you're looking for, while the dictionary entries provide clear definitions and explanations of Scripture terms---including people and places. Features an introductory article on "How to Study the Bible." 454 pages, softcover from Baker.

KJV - 20962: A Critical Lexicon and Concordance to the English and Greek New TestamentCritical Lexicon & Concordance to English & Greek New Testament
By E.W. Bullinger / Kregel Publications

Maximize your Bible study time with this classic reference. At a glance, you can find the Greek word with its literal and derivative meanings for every word in the English New Testament (KJV). Also valuable for its Greek-to-English index; concordance of proper names; appendix of biblical references to common pronouns, particles, and conjunctions; and more. 1056 pages, hardcover from Kregel. 

KJV - Strongest Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, The: 21st Century Edition By James Strong / Zondervan Corp.

33430: Strongest Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, The: 21st Century EditionThe best, most accurate, and most up-to-date Strong's concordance on the market! Using the latest biblical scholarship and cutting-edge computer technology, this totally new edition fills in the many omissions and corrects the many errors found in the original Strong's and all the latest versions, which are little more than cosmetic patch-ups of the original. This twenty-first century edition is far more accurate and complete than any other Strong's on the market. In fact, it's the only truly exhaustive concordance to the KJV.  

KJV – 20726: New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance Comfort Print EditionNew Strong's Exhaustive Concordance Comfort Print Edition
By James Strong / Thomas Nelson / W

This edition of Strong's, concordance is larger print and allows you to study longer and avoid the eye strain. The words of Christ appear in boldface type for quick identification and Nelson's exclusive Fan-Tab Thumb-Index Reference System helps you locate any word quickly. This concordance is complete and unabridged listing every occurrence of every word as well as complete and unabridged Hebrew and Greek dictionaries.

NAB - 82760: The New American Bible Concise ConcordanceThe New American Bible Concise Concordance
By Oxford University Press

The New American Bible Concise Concordance is a useful word index to all 73 books of the New American Bible. Arranged in alphabetical order, it shows the book, chapter, and verse location of the most prominent words in the NAB and supplies several words of the context in which each word is found. The Concise Concordance is the perfect accompaniment for anyone studying the NAB. It provides helpful access to the most significant texts for personal and professional Scripture research, regardless of the reader's familiarity with this particular translation.

NASB - 262844: The Strongest NASB Exhaustive ConcordanceThe Strongest NASB Exhaustive Concordance
By Zondervan Corp.

This concordance is based on the New American Standard updated Version of the bible. It contains over 400,000 entries that list every word in the NASB Updated Bible alphabetically, with each book, chapter, and verse where the word appears.

Features:

  • Every word in the updated NASB listed alphabetically and referenced in order of appearance to every book, chapter, and verse of the Bible.
  • Enhanced Strong's numbering system for use with updated NASB
  • Hebrew/Aramaic and Greek dictionaries trace words in the NASB text to their equivalents in the original Bible languages for a better understanding of their meaning and application
  • Clear instructions for use of the concordance and dictionaries
  • Select bibliography  

KJV/NIV - 93735: Holman Bible Concordance for ChildrenHolman Bible Concordance for Children
By Tracy Wilson White, comp. / Broadman / Holman

No longer do kids have to wrestle with exhaustive concordances which are heavy and awkward. The Holman Bible Concordance for Kids is easy to handle and provides just the right amount of information. Bible study becomes an adventure as kids learn to pronounce Bible words, discover brief definitions, and explore key passages where that word appears. Unique. The First. The Only. That's what the HOLMAN BIBLE CONCORDANCE FOR KIDS is! No longer do children have to wrestle with exhaustive concordances which are heavy, awkward, and a little boring. THE HOLMAN BIBLE CONCORDANCE FOR KIDS is light, easy to handle, has just the right amount of information - attractively designed. Bible study becomes adventure rather than boredom as children learn to pronounce Bible words Discover brief definitions explore key passages where that word appears. The Scripture passages come mostly from the KJV supplemented in places by the NIV. Sunday school, Christian school, home school and family times around the Bible will never be the same with THE HOLMAN BIBLE CONCORDANCE FOR KIDS alongside the Bible. Tracye Wilson White has taught children in Sunday School for many years. She is also a curriculum writer for LIFEWAY Christian Resources

NIV - The Strongest NIV Exhaustive Concordance
By Edward W. Goodrick & John R. Kohlenberger III / Zondervan Corp.

62851: The Strongest NIV Exhaustive ConcordanceThis is an exhaustive concordance based on the best-selling New International Version of the Bible. It gives complete access to every word of the NIV text as well as to the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek from which the NIV was translated. This Gold Medallion Award-winning volume is one of the most powerful NIV concordances available today. This is a great addition to your academic library.

Features:

  • Complete alphabetical listings for every word in the NIV.
  • Thorough dictionary-indexes define every Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek word in the Bible, including the possible meaning of every proper name.
  • Exhaustive listing of every NIV translation for a given word; all related words shown in the original languages.
  • Frequency counts given for each original-language word and each of its English translations.
  • Special index of articles, conjunctions, particles, prepositions, and pronouns.
  • All references listed in biblical order.
  • All words cross-referenced to spelling variations and variant forms.
  • More than 2,000 key words from the KJV cross-referenced to their NIV equivalents.
  • Each word heading lists total number of occurrences in the NIV.
  • Special typefaces indicate the word or words used in the NIV translation for all Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek terms.
  • Unique numbering system developed by Goodrick and Kohlenberger (G/K) eliminates the inherent gaps, flaws, and inaccuracies of the old Strong's numbering system.
  • Special indexes allow for easy cross-referencing between the G/K numbering system for those using reference books keyed to Strong's numbers

NIV - New International Bible Concordance
By Edward Goodrick / Zondervan Corp.

22902: New International Bible ConcordanceBible scholars Edward Goodrick and John Kohlenberger present a concordance specially tailored to your NIV Bible. The New International Bible Concordance features more than 12,800 words found in the NIV text, with a quarter of a million biblical references. The words are arranged in alphabetical order and the references in biblical order. Lists every proper name, including the names and titles of God. Excludes insignificant words like prepositions, articles, and indefinite pronouns. Formerly The NIV Complete Concordance. 1044 pages, hardcover, Zondervan.

NIV – NIV Compact Concordance
By John Kohlenberger / Zondervan Corp.

28727: NIV Compact ConcordanceA streamlined adaptation of the award-winning NIV Exhaustive Concordance that provides more than 50,000 references and over 2,000 exhaustive entries for practical and significant Bible study. 608 pages, softcover from Zondervan.  

NIV/Hebrew - The Hebrew-English Concordance to the Old Testament
By John Kohlenberger / Zondervan Corp.

20839: The Hebrew-English Concordance to the Old TestamentThe first complete resource (since the century-old Englishman's Hebrew Concordance) for those with little or no knowledge of biblical Hebrew! Created for use with the NIV, this companion resource is keyed to the Goodrick/Kohlenberger numbering system and cross-referenced to Strong's. It also features transliterations of Hebrew words and an exhaustive index to Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia. 2192 pages, hardcover from Zondervan.

NLT – 3327X: NLT Complete ConcordanceNLT Complete Concordance
By John Kohlenberger / Tyndale House

This concordance is an impressive volume that has a complete listing of all words in the New Living Translation, including a special index of conjunctions, prepositions, articles, pronouns, and particles. Each word is listed alphabetically, showing the number of times the word appears and its context and Scripture reference. One unique feature of the concordance is its list of words found in the King James Version but not in the New Living Translation.

NKJV – NKJV Bible Concordance
By Ronald F. Youngblood / Thomas Nelson / W

503452: NKJV Bible ConcordanceThe NKJV Bible Concordance places the references that are the most theologically, doctrinally, and practically relevant to spiritual growth at your fingertips. This concordance is compact, portable, and the type is readable. It is based on the New King James Version of the Bible and the key references were chosen by noted Bible scholar Ronald F. Youngblood.

Features:

  • Provides quick access to the Bible's key references: central doctrines, familiar verses and passages.
  • Identifies the references scholars consider most important and useful.
  • Much more extensive than the concordance included in Nelson's NKJV Study Bible.
  • Compact and portable

NRSV – The Concise Concordance to the NRSV
By Oxford University Press

83873: The Concise Concordance to the NRSVIf you're using the New Revised Standard Version or the New Oxford Annotated Bible/NRSV, you'll appreciate this quick-reference guide. The first concordance available for this translation, it's larger and more comprehensive than earlier concise Bible concordances, and puts at your fingertips citations to key words. Now you can quit struggling with Strong's and find what you want a whole lot faster! Three columns of listings per page. 320 pages, hardcover from Oxford.

En español –Nueva Concordancia Exhaustiva de la Biblia Strong (New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible) By Editorial Caribe223826: Nueva Concordancia Exhaustiva de la Biblia Strong  (New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible)

The Strong's Concordance has been the favorite among pastors, scholars, and English speaking Bible students for over a century. Now through this Spanish version, not only can you find the verse where the word that you are searching for is, but you can also know the Hebrew or Greek word that it was translated from, as well as the many meanings of it in it's original use.

La Concordancia Strong ha sido la preferida de pastores, eruditos y estudiantes biblicos de habla inglesa durante mas de un siglo. Ahora a traves de esta version en espanol uno puede no solo encontrar el versiculo en que aparece la palabra que busca, sino tambien saber cual fue la palabra hebrea o griega que asi se tradujo y los diversos significados de la misma en su uso original.

Reina-Valera Version – Concordancia Exhaustiva de las Sagradas Escrituras, RVR 1960 / Exhaustive Concordance, RVR 1960 - Spanish By Carlos Denyer / Editorial Caribe

220045: Concordancia Exhaustiva de las Sagradas Escrituras, RVR 1960 / Exhaustive Concordance, RVR 1960 - SpanishAn indispensable tool for all who want to undertake a study of the most important themes of the Bible. Based on the 1960 Reina-Valera Version, its pages put into alphabetical order the Bible's most important words and indicate the exact verses where they are found. An exhaustive concordance, it covers "all the important words for study" of the Bible.

Una herramienta imprescindible para todo el que desee emprender un estudio sobre temas importantes de la Biblia. Basada en la Version Reina-Valera 1960, sus páginas recogen en orden alfabético las palabras más importantes de la Biblia e indican los versículos exactos donde se encuentran. Una concordancia exhaustiva, cubre "todas las palabras importantes para estudiar" de la Biblia. [TOP]

Introduction to Bible Study

50334: Unleashing God's Word in Your Life: How to Effectively Study and Apply the BibleUnleashing God's Word in Your Life: How to Effectively Study and Apply the Bible
By John MacArthur / Thomas Nelson / W

What do you look for when studying Scripture? What do you expect to gain? Best-selling author and pastor John MacArthur shares what he's discovered about Unleashing God's Word in Your Life, by unleashing God's truth one verse at a time and building a framework that yields the optimum result, a deeper relationship with the Savior. You will learn how the Bible is organized, what it means; how it reveals God's will, prepares you for spiritual battle, and sets you free.

33075: The Bible Made EasyThe Bible Made Easy
By Mark Water / Hendrickson Publishers

An easy-to-use introduction to God's Word! This colorfully designed pocket guide is topically arranged to provide seekers, new Christians, and longtime believers with quick access to important Bible facts and subjects---including parables, prophecy, and miracles. Includes a foldout timeline that gives you a bird's-eye view of Bible history! 64 pages, 4" x 6.75" soft cover from Hendrickson. [TOP]

 

How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
By Gordon D. Fee & Douglas Stuart / Zondervan Corp.

46043: How to Read the Bible for All Its WorthEnjoy God's Word to the fullest! This classic reader-friendly manual explains the different kinds of biblical literature---such as prophecy, Gospels, poetry, and history---so you can get the most from them. The newly revised third edition includes an updated list of recommended resources and a new section on the Song of Songs. 288 pages, softcover from Zondervan.

 

How to Read the Bible Book by Book: A Guided 1182X: How to Read the Bible Book by Book: A Guided TourTour
By Gordon D. Fee & Douglas Stuart / Zondervan Corp.

This book is your personal guide to reading through the Bible with understanding. Like an experienced tour guide, How to Read the Bible Book by Book takes you by the hand and walks you through the Scriptures. For each book of the Bible, the authors start with a quick snapshot, then expand the view to help you better understand its key elements and how it fits into the grand narrative of the Bible. Written by two top evangelical scholars, this survey is designed to get you actually reading the Bible knowledgeably and understanding it accurately. In an engaging, conversational style, Dr. Gordon Fee and Dr. Douglas Stuart take you through a given book of the Bible using their unique, progressive approach. Features include: Orienting Data: concise info bytes that form a thumbnail of the book, Overview: a brief panorama that introduces key concepts and themes and important landmarks in the book, Specific Advice for Reading: pointers for accurately understanding the details and message of the book in context with the circumstances surrounding its writing, A walk through: the actual section-by-section tour that helps you see both the larger landscape of the book and how its various parts work together to form the whole. How to Read the Bible Book by Check priceBook can be used as a companion to How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth or on its own.

 

La Lectura Eficaz de la Biblia / How to Read the Bible for all Its Worth - Spanish
By Gordon Fee / Zondervan Corp.

9710108: La Lectura Eficaz de la Biblia /  How to Read the Bible for all Its Worth - SpanishA new Bible study to help in your reading, study, and comprehension. Both authors enrich the reader's Bible study by explaining the different forms of Biblical literature and the skills needed for interpretation and application.

Un nuevo enfoque de la Biblia para ayudarle en su lectura, estudio y comprension. Los dos autores enriquecen el estudio biblico del lector por explicar las formas diferentes de literatura biblica y Check pricelas abilidades necesarias para interpretacion y aplicacion."

 

New Testament Exegesis, Third Edition: A Handbook for Students and Pastors
By Gordon D. Fee / Westminster / John Knox

23168: New Testament Exegesis, Third Edition: A Handbook for Students and PastorsA favorite among pastors and seminary students for 20 years, Fee's trusted handbook offers a clear, step-by-step process for interpreting the Greek text even if you only know English. This revised, indispensable manual provides seasoned guidance for accurate reading and practical help for sermon preparation. This work includes an extensive annotated bibliography explaining the best resources and an appendix directly addressing reader-response criticism. A must Check pricehave for any scholarly library."

 

Exégesis del Nuevo Testamento (New Testament Exegesis)
By Gordon Fee / Zondervan Corp.

NEW TESTAMENT EXEGESIS. The book provides a step-by-step method for 9703675: Ex&#233gesis del Nuevo Testamento  (New Testament Exegesis)complete exegesis, as well as a brief guide to exegesis for sermon preparation and resources for further studies.

EXEGESIS DEL NUEVO TESTAMENTO. Como guia indispensable y estimulante, Exegesis del Nuevo Testamento esta destinado a convertirse en constante compañero de estudiantes y pastores que quieran aprender a analizar exegeticamente el Nuevo Check priceTestamento para profundizar su conocimiento."

Old Testament Exegesis/New Testament Exegesis on CD-ROM
By Gordon Fee & Douglas Stuart / Logos Research Systems

70941: Old Testament Exegesis/New Testament Exegesis on CD-ROMThese two books have been standards texts for exegesis classes around the world for more than twenty years. Each serves as a step-by-step guide to the process of exegesis, and both feature annotated bibliographies for the entire process. New Testament Exegesis provides detailed introductions to standard reference works and instructions on how to use (and get the most out of) things like the critical apparatus, the BDAG lexicon, and other texts. This electronic version is compatible with all Libronix Digital Library Systems.

System requirements:
Windows 98 or later; Pentium 133MHz or faster; 64 MB RAMCheck price; 60 MB HD; 800x600 resolution or higher; CD-ROM drive."

Bible dictionaries

1. Beginner-level dictionaries

09727: The Three-In-One Bible Reference CompanionThe Three-In-One Bible Reference Companion
By Thomas Nelson / W

With an A-to-Z listing of every important word in the KJV, here's a complete set of study tools in one easy-to-use volume. The concordance lists words and their uses in biblical context; the topical index traces themes and concepts throughout Scripture; and the dictionary explains ideas, people, places, objects, customs, and events. Features a Fan Tab index. 811 pages, hardcover from Nelson.

863360: 1,001 Bible Questions Answered, 2 Books in 11,001 Bible Questions Answered, 2 Books in 1
By William L. Pettingill & R.A. Torrey / World Publishing

Expand and enrich your knowledge of God's Word with this compendium of questions and answers! From "angels" to "Zion," this trusty tome delivers thoughtful, balanced, and easy-to-understand discussions. Chapters such as "Salvation," "Grace," "Christian Conduct," and "Roman Catholicism" present the most common questions posed by Christians and non-believers alike. Features topical and scriptural indexes. 491 pages, hardcover from Inspirational Press.

602411: The Layman's Bible DictionaryThe Layman's Bible Dictionary
By Barbour Publishing

Perfect for beginning Bible students, this comprehensive resource is inexpensive, easy to use, and handy to carry. Based on the KJV, with cross-references from other major translations, it's packed with more than 2,500 entries explaining essential facts about biblical places, personalities, and doctrines. Includes 27 black-and-white photos. 352 pages, soft cover from Barbour.

65266: Bible Personalities A Treasury of Insights for Personal Growth and MinistryBible Personalities A Treasury of Insights for Personal Growth and Ministry
By Warren W. Wiersbe / Baker

From Aaron to Zedekiah, characters in the Bible struggled with the same obstacles members of today's congregations experience. They provide great lessons, but busy pastors often lack time for in-depth research. In this helpful resource Wiersbe provides the historical context of each character's story and selected quotes from respected scholars, so that you can get your character study off to a great start. This volume will be treasured by preachers, youth ministers and Bible teachers everywhere!

50442: Illustrated Bible HandbookIllustrated Bible Handbook
By Lawrence O. Richards / Thomas Nelson / W

This book offers unparalleled value for students, pastors, and those who want to study or teach the Bible. It's a complete, practical, one-volume Bible companion. Including scores of maps, charts, photos, and illustrations, this is a visual guide to interpreting Scripture.

862933: 3,458 Bible People and Places: A Guide to Who's Who and Key Locations in the Bible3,458 Bible People and Places: A Guide to Who's Who and Key Locations in the Bible
By World Publishing

Do you know the difference between Damascus and Damaris? Elijah and Eliada? Pontius and Pontus? This handy little reference lists people and places in the NKJV Scriptures alphabetically---along with brief descriptions, key references, variant spellings, and phonetic spellings---so you can set things straight in a snap! 373 pages, hardcover from Nelson.

862941: 3,012 Bible Questions and Answers: A Compendium of Bible Facts, History, Wisdom and Instruction3,012 Bible Questions and Answers: A Compendium of Bible Facts, History, Wisdom and Instruction
By World Publishing

Learning the Bible can be fun and easy! 3,012 Bible Questions and Answers is the perfect book to test and increase your knowledge of the Bible. Some of the stimulating questions include: How long did Jesus pray before choosing His 12 disciples? Who do the Gospels say saw the Holy Spirit descend on Jesus like a dove? What tribe of Israel was chosen to minister to the people in the name of the Lord? What nation defeated Judah and took the people into captivity? Who were the two missionaries who prayed and sang hymns in a Philippian jail? Each intriguing questions contains an answer, its Scripture reference, and an explanation when needed. Filled with thousands of facts, this handy collection will help build your understanding of the Bible, reaffirming your faith by comprehending its wisdom.

89853: The Student Bible DictionaryThe Student Bible Dictionary
By Karen Dockrey / Barbour Publishing

Here is a concise, easy-to-use Bible reference book especially for students of all ages who seek to learn more about the Bible and its times. This dictionary features definitions and explanations of hundreds of Bible words, names, places, and concepts. Scores of full color charts, maps, photographs, and illustrations help to clarify the text, and add visual appeal. Special color coding, meanwhile, adds special emphasis to important topics-which feature additional information geared toward the student reader.

342664: Bridgeway Bible DictionaryBridgeway Bible Dictionary
By Don Fleming / Amg Publishers

Cross the bridge between modern time and biblical culture! This readable and accurate resource, featuring almost 1,000 entries, covers all major areas of scriptural knowledge: theology, doctrine, people, history, geography, the life of Christ, and more. Enhance your Bible study with in-depth information, without technical jargon. Includes maps, charts, illustrations, and tables.

101113: Who's Who and Where's Where in the Bible-An Illustrated A to Z Dictionary of the People and Places of ScriptureWho's Who and Where's Where in the Bible-An Illustrated A to Z Dictionary of the People and Places of Scripture
By Stephen M. Miller / Barbour Publishing

This handy reference serves as a Bible companion and tool written in everyday language, but also contains scholarly detail. Find out for yourself interesting facts such as: What grandmother murdered her family so she could rule the Jewish nation? Who had a bed more than thirteen feet long? This book answers these questions and is filled with over 500 entries and is illustrated in full color.

250034: Where to Find It in the Bible, AbridgedWhere to Find It in the Bible, Abridged
By Ken Anderson / Thomas Nelson / W

What does the Bible say about modern concerns such as stress, nutrition, or computers? Ordinary concordances aren't much help, but this offbeat topical resource lets you find biblical answers to contemporary issues like these. Now you can locate specific Scripture references to hundreds of subjects, circumstances, and situations from A to Z---in everyday, non-theological language. 309 pages, 4.25" x 7" soft cover from Nelson. [TOP]

2. One-volume dictionaries

4250: The Eerdmans Bible DictionaryThe Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
By Edited by Allen C. Myers / Eerdmans Publishing Co.

Need a first-rate dictionary at a budget price? Look no further! Comprehensive, up-to-date, and reliable, this resource features 5,000 entries that identify people and places, examine biblical books and their backgrounds, describe the ancient physical and cultural world, and explain important aspects of biblical theology. Includes photos and maps.

90379: New Unger's Bible DictionaryNew Unger's Bible Dictionary
By Edited by R.K. Harrison, H.F. Vos & C.J. Barber / Moody Publishers

From Aaron to the Zuzites this bible dictionary offers 6700 thoroughly researched entries including an outline of every book along with complete coverage of people and places of the Bible to help you understand the Bible. This revised edition boasts more than 200 new illustrations, 300 photographs with almost half in color, 50 maps, updated Greek and Hebrew transliterations, updated bibliographies and extensive cross-referencing for further study. This dictionary is compatible with the NAS, NIV, KJV, and NKJV Bible translations and also includes full-color, 16-page insert featuring the award-winning maps from The Moody Atlas of Bible Lands.

20718: Nelson's New Illustrated Bible DictionaryNelson's New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
By Thomas Nelson / W

A comprehensive one-volume Bible dictionary! With over 7,000 concise entries by the world's finest evangelical scholars, this handy reference will greatly enrich your Bible study. It features cross-references to six major Bible translations; The Visual Survey of the Bible; over 500 color photos and 3-D maps; outlines; articles; easy-to-read type; a Fan Tab thumb index; and more. 1346 pages, hardcover.

28364: Holman Illustrated Bible DictionaryHolman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
By C. Brand, C.W. Draper & A. England / Broadman / Holman

The Holman Bible Dictionary edited by Trent C. Butler has become one of the best-selling Bible reference tools since its publication in 1991. Now this revised, updated and expanded edition called the Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary offers even greater value to Bible students and teachers with over 250 new articles, new maps and charts, and 90 new contributors. This book is designed both for those who need information quickly and those who want in depth treatments of hundreds of topics. Each entry begins with a brief definition of the word followed by more detailed information. Through its more than 700 full-color graphics, this book brings readers right into the world of the Bible and enables them to better understand the Scriptures.

Features:

  • Exhaustive definitions of people, places, things and events-dealing with every subject in the Bible
  • Over 700 full-color photos, illustrations and charts.
  • Unique scale drawings and reconstructions of biblical places and objects based on careful archaeological research.
  • Over 60 new, full-color maps with map index
  • Major articles on theological topics, collective articles on plants, animals, occupations, etc.
  • Pronunciation guide for all proper nouns and other hard-to-pronounce words.
  • Up-to-date archaeological information from excavations in Israel.
  • Timeline that compares biblical history to world history
  • Summary definitions that begin each entry for quick reference.
  • A variety of Bible translations used-the only dictionary that includes the HCSB, NIV, KJV, RSV, NRSV, REB, NASB, ESV, and TEV.
  • Many articles based on the original languages, but written in a user-friendly style. Technical language and abbreviations are avoided.
  • Extensive cross-referencing of related articles
  • "Quicktabs"—marginal alphabetical guides for quick and easy location of information.
  • 14396: New Bible Dictionary Third EditionNew Bible Dictionary – Third Edition
    By Inter-varsity Press

    This updated third edition of is a reference work ideally suited for people of all ages and backgrounds. Trusted for over 50 years, it now includes the latest research in biblical studies, ancient Near Eastern studies and archaeological finds. One hundred of the most important articles have been revised and rewritten. All of the bibliographies have been revised, taking into account the vast increase in publications since the second edition was released. Also included is essential background information on the history, geography, and customs of Israel and its Middle Eastern neighbors.
    This third edition of the will increase the reader's knowledge and understanding of God's Word. It is a great reference book for schools and colleges, theological and Bible college students, ministers and laypeople, teachers and professional scholars--everyone who wants to know and understand the Bible better.

    Features:

    • Over 2,000 entries on the Bibles books, people, places key words, major doctrines
    • Maps
    • Family trees
    • Line drawings
    • Diagrams
    • Charts
    • Illustrations
    • An index with 10,000 entries.

    I have used the older edition for many years and have found it excellent. It is conservative and generally trustworthy. —Steve

    96943: Broadman & Holman Concise Bible DictionaryBroadman & Holman Concise Bible Dictionary
    By Broadman / Holman

    The right resource when you just want the basics. The Holman Concise Bible Dictionary covers all the traditional topics you want in a Bible dictionary: summaries of books of the Bible, Bible characters, places, animals, plants, and precious stones. Plus, the Holman Concise Bible Dictionary contains over 2800 entries on a variety of contemporary topics, including: abortion, assisted suicide, AIDS, birth control, credit cards, and animal rights. Quick, convenient, and easy to understand.

    06240: Smith's Bible DictionarySmith's Bible Dictionary
    By F.N. & M.A. Peloubet, eds. / Hendrickson Publishers

    This is a revision by F.N. and M.A. Peloubet of William Smith's classic Bible dictionary. Their edition preserves the theological substance of Smith's original work and illuminates it with the insights of more recent archaeological discoveries. It describes the more important people and places of the Bible and the major teachings of Scripture, and includes Smith's famous 4,000 questions & answers. 912 pages, hardcover from Hendrickson.

    6751: New International Bible DictionaryNew International Bible Dictionary
    By Zondervan Corp.

    For nearly 25 years, the Zondervan Pictorial Bible Dictionary was an indispensable reference tool. Now it has been thoroughly revised, updated, and redesigned---so thoroughly that it deserves a new name! Based on the NIV, more than 5,400 entries in easy-to-read print cover every aspect of Bible inquiry: history, archaeology, geography, biography, theology, etc. Nearly 1,000 new illustrations, maps, charts and tables, and a unique Scripture index round out this vital resource. 1216 pages, hardcover.

    This is another one I have used extensively over the years. Updating it can only make a good tool better! —Steve

    00373: HarperCollins Bible Dictionary, Revised EditionHarperCollins Bible Dictionary, Revised Edition
    By Paul J. Achtemeier, ed. / HarperCollins Publishing

    Every pastor or serious student of Scripture should have this magnificent Bible companion. Now updated with the best current biblical scholarship, this indispensable resource helps you understand (in their original contexts) the texts of the Old Testament, Apocrypha, and New Testament. Includes 3,700 entries, over 500 black & white and color photos, and more. 1200 pages, hardcover.

    817875: The IVP Dictionary of the New Testament: A One-Volume Compendium of Contemporary Biblical ScholarshipThe IVP Dictionary of the New Testament: A One-Volume Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship
    By Edited by Daniel G. Reid / Inter-varsity Press

    Four award-winning references in one space-saving volume! In this selective abridgment of dictionaries of Jesus and the Gospels, Paul and his letters, the later New Testament, and NT background, more than 200 accessible articles cover NT books, theology, history, setting, and more. Maps, bibliographies, indexes, and other study tools round out this essential resource. 996 pages, hardcover. [TOP]

    3. Multi-volume dictionaries

    81602: The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, 4 Vols.The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, 4 Vols.
    By Edited by Geoffrey Bromiley / Eerdmans Publishing Co.

    This set contains over 9,000 topics and 3,500 cross-references, including an article on every name of a person or place mentioned in the Bible. It also examines major Bible doctrines and gives opposing articles on controversial topics to ensure a rounded explanation and description. Hundreds of evangelical contributors from many fields of biblical research make this encyclopedia a well-rounded resource. The Dead Sea Scrolls, the Apocrypha and other extra-biblical resources are utilized and explained. This work is based on the Revised Standard Version, however the distinctive readings of the AV and the NEB are included usually as cross-references. ISBE is also an exegetical tool because it provides a brief discussion of problem texts under the English keywords and guides the exegete to more information that is found in other scholarly resources. Each entry provides a maximum amount of information in compact form, including pronunciation, etymology, and variant renderings. This is a must have for any biblical scholar.

    ISBE is known for being theologically conservative. —Steve

    6700: The Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, 5 Volumes

    The Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, 5 Volumes
    By Edited by Merrill C. Tenney / Zondervan Corp.

    One of the most comprehensive and reliable Bible encyclopedias available today! Offering a library of information, it features quality contributions from more than 200 outstanding evangelical scholars, 1,500 photographs and illustrations, as well as nearly 300 maps. Valuable bibliographies and helpful cross-references round out this user-friendly resource. Approx. 5000 pages total, five hard covers.

    This is an expansion of the older Zondervan Pictorial Bible Dictionary, also edited by Tenney. If you already have that volume, getting this one would be unnecessarily redundant. If you don't this is a fairly inexpensive set for you. —Steve

    30262: The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Original Edition, 4 VolumesThe International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Original Edition, 4 Volumes
    By James Orr / Hendrickson Publishers

    This authoritative reference dictionary explains every significant word in the Bible and Apocrypha! Learn about archaeological discoveries, the language and literature of Bible lands, customs, family life, occupations, and the historical and religious environments of Bible people. The original edition, with cross-references, indexes, illustrations, and color maps. 3100 pages total, four hardcover's from Hendrickson. [TOP]

    The original ISBE came out in 1913. It is known for its conservative stance on topics of theology. —Steve

    4. Advanced-level dictionaries

    14515: Dictionary of Biblical ImageryDictionary of Biblical Imagery
    By Leland Ryken / Inter-varsity Press

    This unique reference offers an encyclopedic exploration of topics not found in ordinary Bible dictionaries, including images, symbols, motifs, metaphors, and literary patterns of the Bible. With its right-brain (rather than left-brain) approach, this warm and creative study resource examines the artistic expressions that fascinate and puzzle Christians. A great resource for Bible study, teaching, and preaching. The 1999 Christianity Today "Book of the Year." 996 pages, hardcover from InterVarsity.

    I had the chance to look through this volume recently at the Harding University library and was favorably impressed. We don't have nearly enough tools to help us with biblical figures of speech and imagery. —Steve

    1778: Dictionary of Paul & His LettersDictionary of Paul & His Letters
    By Inter-varsity Press

    This one-of-a-kind reference gives you more information than any other single work dealing exclusively with Pauline theology, literature, background, and scholarship. Over 200 articles with hundreds of cross-references, extensive bibliographies, and indexes cover many topics not found even in multivolume Bible encyclopedias. More than 100 scholars from around the world represent the best in mature evangelical thought---committed to the authority of Scripture and to utilizing the best of critical methods. This is sure to bring students, teachers, pastors, and general readers up to speed with contemporary Pauline Studies. 1000 pages, hardcover from InterVarsity.

    This is another volume that I have actually gotten to use. I'm impressed with the scholarship and the helpfulness of these articles. —Steve

    17796: Dictionary of the Later New Testament & Its DevelopmentsDictionary of the Later New Testament & Its Developments
    By Inter-varsity Press

    This is the third of IVP's critically acclaimed series of dictionaries of the New Testament provides focused study on the often-neglected portions of the New Testament: Acts, Hebrews, the General Epistles and Revelation. Furthermore, its scope goes beyond the life of the New Testament church to include the work of the apostolic fathers and early Christianity up through the middle of the second century. The Dictionary of the Later New Testament & Its Developments offers a summa of New Testament studies. Designed to bring students, teachers, pastors and general readers up to date and up to speed, this one-of-a-kind reference volume presents more information than any other single work--dealing exclusively with the theology, literature, background and scholarship of the later New Testament and the apostolic church. In-depth, comprehensive articles focus on theological themes, methods of interpretation, background topics and various other subjects specifically related to the study of New Testament theology and literature. Expert contributors include Darrell Bock, George R. Beasley-Murray, I. Howard Marshall, Ben Witherington III and James D. G. Dunn. Wide-ranging articles range from the books of James and Jude to household codes, from the Roman emperor cult to Gnosticism and docetism, questions of canon to second-century church leaders like Ignatius and Polycarp.

    Assuming that this is up to the same standard as the others in the series, this one is going to be good. The contributors listed are outstanding scholars in their respective fields. —Steve

    41464: New International Encyclopedia of Bible DifficultiesNew International Encyclopedia of Bible Difficulties
    By Gleason L. Archer / Zondervan Corp.

    An invaluable resource for working through difficult passages of Scripture---or conversing with those who believe that "the Bible contradicts itself." Without resorting to simplistic solutions, Archer makes a compelling case for the unity and integrity of Scripture, providing answers for skeptics and assurance for those confused by apparent discrepancies. 476 pages, hardcover from Zondervan.

    I spent some time in Archer's earlier version of this work. He does an excellent job of explaining how we can harmonize various passages. —Steve

    1777: Dictionary of Jesus & the GospelsDictionary of Jesus & the Gospels
    By J. Green / Inter-varsity Press

    This exciting reference work lives up to its billing as ''a compendium of contemporary biblical scholarship.'' Nearly 200 in-depth and jargon-free articles, contributed by over 90 top-notch evangelical scholars, summarize Jesus and Gospel studies in light of the many modern challenges facing them. Ranging from 500 to 10,000 words, the articles cover many topics not even found in multi-volume Bible encyclopedias; cross-references and extensive bibliographies add to their usefulness. Includes subject and Scripture indexes. 934 pages, hardcover from InterVarsity. [TOP]

    I have used this volume and found it to be excellent. It is not for the beginner, however. Get it if you want to "go deeper." —Steve

    Word study dictionaries

    71843: The Complete Word Study New TestamentThe Complete Word Study New Testament
    By Spiros Zodhiates / Amg Publishers

    Now you can dig into the original language of the New Testament without becoming a Greek scholar! This enriching resource assigns a Strong's reference number to every word in the KJV text, provides grammatical information about each word, and parses each verb. Strong's Dictionary of the New Testament * Greek concordance * And more! * Size: 6.25" x 9.25" x 2.5" * 1356 pages, hardcover from AMG.

    Zodhiates is one of many reference works with words tied to Strong's reference numbers. This makes it easier for those not knowing the original languages to still use mid-level reference works. —Steve

    50538: Vine's Expository Dictionary of the Old & New Testament WordsVine's Expository Dictionary of the Old & New Testament Words
    By W.E. Vine / Thomas Nelson / W

    This super value edition of a classic study resource helps those with limited or no background in Hebrew or Greek to study the meaning of biblical words in the original languages. A great resource for students, pastors, and anyone who enjoys biblical word studies.

    Vine's is good for an introduction to biblical words. I find myself always wishing he went into more depth. No doubt this revision is an improvement. —Steve

    5387X: Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words
    Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words
    By W.E. Vine / Thomas Nelson / W

    Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words and Unger and White's Expository Dictionary of the OT in one convenient volume! This revised edition is more comprehensive, since the original Vine's OT Word Studies was so brief. It also codes each word to Strong's, BDB Hebrew Lexicon, and BAGD Greek Lexicon. Words are arranged in English. 1119 pages, hardcover from Nelson. All Scripture quotations are from the King James Version.

    76671: The Complete Word Study Dictionary : Old TestamentThe Complete Word Study Dictionary : Old Testament
    By Warren Baker & Eugene Carpenter / Amg Publishers

    This new dictionary completes the AMG Word Study Series. This dictionary allows the person with no prior knowledge of Hebrew or Aramaic to complete an effective word study. Each Hebrew word in this book is listed numerically by its Strong's reference number. The Complete Word Study Dictionary, Old Testament includes a guide to transliteration, a translational reference index, and is written in an easy to read format.

    Features for each word listed:

  • Derivation
  • Exegetical Commentary
  • Word History and Etymology
  • Derivative, Synonym & Antonym Lists

    Spiros Zodhiates (Th.D., Luther Rice Seminary) is a recognized authority on the Greek New Testament. He has edited an edition of the Modern Greek New Testament and the author of numerous exegetical books and booklets.

  • 46762: The New Strong's Expanded Dictionary of Bible WordsThe New Strong's Expanded Dictionary of Bible Words
    By James Strong / Thomas Nelson / W

    The renowned word study tool is now three times better! Beginning with Strong's original 14,000 Hebrew and Greek definitions, this handy resource is enhanced with the best material from Vine's, Thayer's, and Brown-Driver-Briggs dictionaries. The English word index provides access to original words and their meanings, while the Fan Tab index helps you locate entries quickly. 1472 pages, hardcover from Nelson.

    36732: Expository Dictionary of Bible Words Word Studies for Key English Bible WordsExpository Dictionary of Bible Words Word Studies for Key English Bible Words
    By Stephen D. Renn / Hendrickson Publishers

    The Expository Dictionary of Bible Words gives you the fruits of a working knowledge Hebrew and Greek without the years of language study. This book is more than just a handy alphabetical guide to the English translation of the Hebrew and Greek words used in both Testaments. There are thousands of articles, all arranged alphabetically by English word and coded to Strong's numbering system for ease of use. Each article is divided into two sections: Old Testament (Hebrew) words and New Testament (Greek) words with an entry for the Hebrew or Greek word along with its transliteration, translation, range of meaning(s), and comments on its use in different biblical contexts. A comprehensive system of cross-references aids the reader in finding different words as well as discussions of related words and themes. The "Additional Notes" to articles throughout the volume provide valuable and insightful information on the connections between Old and New Testament words and themes.

    Also included is a CD-ROM containing the complete text of the Expository Dictionary in several formats for PC and PDA. In addition to providing a stand alone PDF which preserves the format of the print edition (but adds links which allow you to "jump" directly to related references) the full content is also provide in a format compatible with other titles in Hendrickson Publishers' ScriptureLink program and fully integrates with other Bibles and a whole range of available reference works. [TOP]

    CD-ROM that comes with this set sound particularly impressive, because "jumping" to read the passage greatly enhances your study experience. —Steve

    Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, 10 Volumes
    Edited by G. Kittel, translated by G.W. Bromiley / Eerdmans Publishing Co.

    2324: Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, 10 VolumesTDNT is an authorized and unabridged translation of Theologisches Worterbuch zum Neuen Testament. This work was first published in the German edition in 1933. It is designed for the use of intermediate and advanced Greek student. Each significant Greek word of the New Testament is generally presented in its secular Greek background; its role in the Old Testament (both in the Hebrew and the Septuagint); its use by Philo, Josephus, the rabbinical literature; its uses in the New Testament, which are sometimes classified according to synoptic, Johannine, Petrine and Pauline usage; and sometimes the Apostolic Fathers are included as well.

    More than 100 scholars contributed to the work, including specialists in Old Testament, Septuagint, Hellenistic, Semitic and Rabbinic studies. Substantial bibliographies and extensive footnotes supplement the articles. Volume 10 is an index volume to the entire series, compiled by Ronald Pitkin.

    Note to our International Customers: Due to the weight of the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, 10 Volumes, an additional $50.00 shipping charge will be added to an International order for each occurrence of the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, 10 Volumes in your bookbag. These additional charges will be automatically added to the Order Summary Page.

    This is the standard tool for in-depth understanding of the terms and concepts contained within the New Testament. I have used this resource constantly and have never been disappointed. Articles on some of the major terms (like "God," "Christ," "faith," "love," etc.) can run as long as 50 pages or more.

    Everything is listed according to the Greek word involved, and TDNT regularly includes an extensive discussion of the corresponding Hebrew word or words. The index makes it much easier for someone who doesn't know the original languages to use this rich resource, because you can look up the English word to find the corresponding Greek one. It also features a scripture index, indicating the major discussions by placing pages numbers in bold.

    Sell your TV and buy this if you want to "go deeper." —Steve

    Bible background

    012864: Old Testament Times: A Social, Political, and Cultural ContextOld Testament Times: A Social, Political, and Cultural Context
    By R.K. Harrison / Baker

    This book is a full color edition of the classic bestseller. Biblical scholar R. K. Harrison explores and explains the characters and events of the Old Testament, revealing the social, political, economic and cultural forces at work when the Bible was written. Seventy full-color photographs, thirty-two maps, eight charts, and five illustrations will illuminate the people, places, and events of the time and will help you visualize the ancient world.

    R. K. Harrison is a respected, conservative O.T. scholar. In other works of his I have come across, I have been very impressed with his scholarship and critical judgment. This one should be really worthwhile. —Steve

    50426: Manners and Customs of the BibleManners and Customs of the Bible
    By Thomas Nelson / W

    This fully illustrated encyclopedic guide to the Bible's manners, customs, and times puts a wealth of information at your fingertips. Forty-six sections cover the people of the Bible and how they lived-from family life to law to transportation. This affordable one-volume resource offers over 6,000 topics and facts.

    5965X: The New Manners & Customs of Bible Times, Revised and redesignedThe New Manners & Customs of Bible Times, Revised and redesigned
    By Ralph Gower / Moody Publishers

    A classic resource on biblical cultures---now even better! This updated edition features a reader-friendly format with colorful photography and artwork; detailed maps, diagrams, and charts; Bible review sections at the end of each chapter; Scripture and topic indexes; and even helpful tips for visits to the Holy Land. 400 pages, hardcover from Moody.

    00227: The New Manners & Customs of the BibleThe New Manners & Customs of the Bible
    By James M. Freeman / Bridge-logos Publishing

    Easier---and more fun!---than taking a course on Hebrew civilization, this newly revised classic guide to customs and culture is an ideal way to understand the background of the Bible. Hundreds of Scripture passages from Genesis to Revelation are explained. Extensive cross-references, photos, illustrations, and an upgraded index make this reference truly indispensable. 577 pages, soft cover from Bridge.

    11942: Nelson's Illustrated Manners and Customs of the BibleNelson's Illustrated Manners and Customs of the Bible
    By Howard F. Vos / Thomas Nelson / W

    Imagine being able to walk the streets of Abraham's birthplace, to visit the residents of David's united kingdom, to adjust to life in Babylonian captivity, or to travel the roads of Palestine amid the latest buzz about the carpenter's son from Nazareth.

    Arranged in biblical order, this valuable Bible study companion takes you from the earliest recorded civilizations in history through the end of the first Christian century, helping you to put the Bible into its cultural context. For each of the twenty times and places in biblical history, you'll discover how everyday life was affected by geography, government, warfare, housing, diet, dress, family, religion, work, travel, commerce, and so many other things. Instead of blurring all the lands and culture of the Bible into a single, inaccurate "Bible time," this volume distinguishes the ways life differed from period to period and place to place. [TOP]

    Atlases and charts

    43371: Abingdon Bible Land Map Set with TripodAbingdon Bible Land Map Set with Tripod
    By Abingdon Press

    Completely revised, this set of eight 26" x 40" easy-to-read maps is printed in color on waterproof film that resists chemicals, tearing, and variations in temperature. Includes Ancient Near East, Exodus, settlement of Canaan, prophets and exile, Paul's journeys, Palestine in the time of Jesus, united monarchy, and OT/NT Jerusalem comparison. Each representation features a site grid. Tripod extends to 7.5 feet.

    As the photo demonstrates, this is not a book, but a set of hanging maps on a stand, suitable for use with a small class (up to 30 people). —Steve

    Bible Atlas

    203459: Atlas of the Bible

    Atlas of the Bible
    By Eisenbrauns

    The best handy Bible Atlas ever. Includes 17 large maps, 13 insert maps, chronological table and complete index of place names.

    265595: The Atlas of the Bible Lands

    The Atlas of the Bible Lands
    By Andrea Due / Mcgraw-hill Children's Publish

    This heavily illustrated, large-format volume redefines the concept of a traditional atlas. Not limited to maps alone, The Atlas of the Bible Lands looks at the people, places, and objects of this fascinating time in history. As a result, a captivating and complete understanding of the subject emerges. Grades 5-12.

    012635: Baker's Bible Atlas

    Baker's Bible Atlas
    By Charles F. Pfeiffer / Baker

    Much of the Bible is a history of God's dealings with his people Israel. The events it records took place in a specific geographical environment that involved many people and places. So to more clearly understand the Bible, it's helpful to visualize how Israel interacted with her neighbors and was affected by geography. This atlas gives you the tools you need to reconstruct the scenes of history-full-color maps, illustrations, color photographs, a time line, and more. The concluding chapters trace the continuing history of Bible lands, emphasizing the work of modern archaeologists. An index and geographical gazetteer help you locate significant places of Bible times on modern and traditional maps.

    54110: Bible Atlas, Dorling Kindersley

    Bible Atlas, Dorling Kindersley
    By Brian Delf, illus. / Tyndale House

    Take your kids on a trip to the Holy Land, without leaving home! Colorful illustrations, photographs, maps, and archaeological findings help young readers travel from the Nile Delta to the Sea of Galilee, and bring to life the age-appropriate text that retells key stories from the Old and New Testaments. Ages 8 and up. 48 pages, hardcover from Tyndale.

    204870: The Carta Bible Atlas (Previously titled <i>The Macmillan Bible Atlas</i>)

    The Carta Bible Atlas (Previously titled The Macmillan Bible Atlas)
    By Yohanan Aharoni / Eisenbrauns

    This book (previously titled The Macmillian Bible Atlas) has been the premier Bible atlas of choice for students, scholars, and clergy for decades. Carta, Jerusalem, is pleased to present a new, corrected, fourth edition of this atlas that includes detailed maps, analytical notes relating biblical events to geographical locations, military campaigns, travel routes, archaeological highlights, a place index, and a new name index.

    This wonderful atlas has maps for virtually every Bible events. It is particularly helpful for understanding military campaigns, in which geography often plays a decisive role. This is the atlas to get if you want a map to illuminate your understanding of a Bible text. —Steve

    200010: The Carta Concise Bible Atlas

    The Carta Concise Bible Atlas
    By Eisenbrauns

    This concise and easy to follow atlas shows 33 maps and city plans about places and frontiers and distances at every period of Bible history. Commerce of the ancient Near East, wanderings of ancient peoples and the major travel routes and the rise of Christianity are all shown in this atlas. It features a time chart from 2300 B.C. to A.D. 160, illustrations based on archaeological finds, and an 8-page index for easy reference. A great resource for any library.

    204196: Carta's Compact Bible Atlas / 2000 Jubilee Edition

    Carta's Compact Bible Atlas / 2000 Jubilee Edition
    By F.F. Bruce / Eisenbrauns

    To have a proper understanding of the Bible, we must know its historical and geographical background. This atlas is designed as an aid to biblical study and features over 30 full-color maps and a chronological table in full color also. The maps are arranged in historical sequence, and the historical notes, written by F. F. Bruce, are intended to correlate the Bible story to its historical background.

    27021X: The Collegeville Atlas of the Bible

    The Collegeville Atlas of the Bible
    By Liturgical Press

    The Collegeville Atlas of the Bible is a visual guide through the world of the Bible. It contains up-to-date maps from Oxford Cartographers, modern pictorial techniques that show the current findings of biblical archaeology and ecumenical bible research. It is richly illustrated with computer-simulated three-dimensional reconstructions and a synthesis of the biblical past and present based on the highest canons of scholarship. It is sharply highlighted and imaginatively presented to give a glimpse of a past world and will be a fascinating and informative reference work for all who love the inexhaustible riches of the Bible and delight in delving into it. 144 page hardcover atlas from Liturgical Press.

    33660: Concise Bible Atlas: A Geographical Survey of Bible History

    Concise Bible Atlas: A Geographical Survey of Bible History
    By J. Carl Laney / Hendrickson Publishers

    Understanding biblical geography allows one to more fully comprehend the dramatic events of the Bible. This historical and geographical survey of the Bible acts as a handbook to help the reader become familiar with some of the main physical and climatic features of the Holy Land. It combines vivid, easy-to-read commentary with 39 maps and 50 photographs. Sixteen historical periods are discussed, including the Intertestamental Period and present day geography. The book traces the Bible chronologically and examines historical periods and major biblical events in the context of their geographical settings.

    14997: The Harper Collins Concise Atlas of the Bible

    The Harper Collins Concise Atlas of the Bible
    By James Pritchard / Harpercollins Publishing

    The HarperCollins Concise Atlas of the Bible puts all of biblical history in its geographical context: from the earliest evidence of humankind in Palestine to the rise of Christianity in the Byzantine empire. Though it echoes the acclaimed Harper Atlas of the Bible in content, this beautiful new edition-in paperback for the first time- presents volumes of material with a clarity and brevity that will appeal to readers at all levels of interest and expertise. Families, churches, teachers, and scholars will find this edition easy to use and invaluable, with a complete chronology of events and indexes of names, places, and biblical references. Richly illustrated with more than 250 maps, site reconstructions, and color photographs, this practical resource is engaging to the eye and to the intellect.

    97095: Holman Bible Atlas

    Holman Bible Atlas
    By Thomas Brisco / Broadman / Holman

    Explore the world of the Bible through this visual feast and increase your knowledge of God's Word! This atlas features hundreds of color photos and maps that show you the land, sites, and archaeology of the entire biblical world. You'll learn about every time period from the Patriarchs to A.D. 300, and every international power from Egypt to Rome. 256 pages, hardcover.

    0562: Hammond's Atlas of Bible Lands

    Hammond's Atlas of Bible Lands
    By Harry Thomas Frank / Langenscheidt Publishing Group

    Clear, accurate, comprehensive---but not overwhelming---this atlas is perfect for your home school! It presents, in chronological order, 59 maps of Bible terrain, political history, and cities, along with well-chosen photos, illustrations, diagrams, and much more. Includes a time chart of Bible history, a gazetteer, and index of place-names. 48 pages, 9.5" x 12.5" hardcover.

    494456: Holman QuickSource Bible Atlas with Charts and Biblical Reconstructions

    Holman QuickSource Bible Atlas with Charts and Biblical Reconstructions
    By Broadman / Holman

    This book packs an amazing amount of information about the Bible into a book that's easy-to-carry and easy-to-use. This book opens with an introduction to the physical context in which the events of the Bible took place, the varied climates within this narrow geographical area, the natural and manmade routes that made Palestine the cross-roads of the world, and the agricultural/religious calendar that was so integral to life in Israel. The second part of the book is arranged chronologically providing 100+ maps that illuminate the geographical context of major Biblical events. Placed in appropriate chronological sequence are charts and biblical reconstructions that will illuminate the Scriptures and enhance teaching and learning.

    28321: Holman Quicksource Guide: Atlas of Bible Lands

    Holman Quicksource Guide: Atlas of Bible Lands
    By Broadman / Holman

    God's revelation came to real people in real places. Bring those locations to life with this easy-to-carry reference, packed with amazing amounts of information, color photos, and more than 100 maps that illuminate Abraham's journeys, the Babylonian exile, Jesus' ministry, the expansion of the early church, Paul's missions, and more. Ideal for individual study, Bible studies, or Sunday school.

    220224: The Illustrated Bible Atlas

    The Illustrated Bible Atlas
    By F.F. Bruce / Eisenbrauns

    This concise and colorful atlas is packed with information on the lands and cities where the events of the Bible took place. This atlas provides the historical and geographical setting necessary to understand the Bible better.

    204226: The International Bible Atlas

    The International Bible Atlas
    By Eisenbrauns

    Specially prepared for The Liturgical Press for inclusion in The International Bible Commentary: A Catholic and Ecumenical Commentary for the Twenty-first Century, this handy atlas provides the authoritative background to the Bible story in sixteen clear and easy-to-read maps.

    24671: Kregel Bible Atlas

    Kregel Bible Atlas
    By Tim Dowley / Kregel Publications

    Throughout history, God's interaction with man has centered around specific geographical areas. Here's your ticket to explore those places---and the events that unfolded there! Featuring over 100 color maps, plus photos of biblical places and archaeological sites, this concise resource is ideal for anyone seeking to understand Scripture in its physical, cultural, political, and historical context. 96 pages, hardcover.

    04383: Moody Atlas of Bible Lands

    Moody Atlas of Bible Lands
    By Barry Beitzel / Moody Publishers

    This unique, award-winning atlas blends geographical and historical features with an evangelical text. It's packed with specially commissioned color maps and photos, adding clarity and detail to each Bible event. 234 pages, hardcover.

    0814434: New Bible Atlas

    New Bible Atlas
    By Donald Wiseman / Inter-varsity Press

    To clarify thie fascinating biblical world of kings, empires, armies and cultures, The New Bible Atlas is a unique and comprehensive tool. It is an exciting blend of maps and photographs, plans anddrawings, charts and text. Arranged chronologically and utilizing contour maps and satellite photographs, this atlas combines geographical and historical detail in a colorful, large-format book invaluable for all students and readers of the Bible.

    15561: Oxford Bible Atlas, Third Edition

    Oxford Bible Atlas, Third Edition
    By Herbert May / Oxford University Press

    This new edition has been thoroughly revised so as to bring the original work up to date with regard both to biblical scholarship and to archaeology and topography. Thus, in the maps many sites (mostly Palestinian) have been relocated or a query added to indicate the lack of confidence in their identification. The maps indicating the route of the Exodus, New Testament Jerusalem, and Palestinian sites excavated to date have been completely revised. Diacritical points have been added to the spelling of Arabic place names. Moreover, the text of the work dealing with biblical history and archaeology has been revised so as to bring it into line with the latest scholarship, for instance with regard to chronology, the Exodus, archaeology and the patriarchs, and New Testament Jerusalem. Various errors and inconsistencies remaining in the earlier edition have also been corrected. New Illustrations are included to take the place of those which have become outdated.

    220028: Palmer's Bible Atlas

    Palmer's Bible Atlas
    By Eisenbrauns

    4705968: Standard Bible Atlas - 2nd Edition

    Standard Bible Atlas - 2nd Edition
    By Standard Publishing

    Explore the lands of the Bible from the days of Abraham to the present with this Standard Bible Atlas. Twenty pages of maps have been updated to reflect recent political changes. Plus you receive seven charts and a complete index to places named on the maps. Perfect for teachers and Bible study leaders or for anyone who wants to enhance their study of the Bible.

    20382: The Student Bible Atlas

    The Student Bible Atlas
    By Tim Dowley / Augsburg / Fortress

    This richly illustrated and informative guidebook gives students an introduction to the books of the Bible and shows what it was like to live during biblical times. It includes full-color charts, maps, photos, and illustrations throughout, a who's who of key people from the Old and New Testament, and special sections on farming, home life, work life, and religious activities.

    6788: The Zondervan NIV Atlas of the Bible

    The Zondervan NIV Atlas of the Bible
    By Carl Rasmussen / Zondervan Corp.

    This splendid atlas is beautifully designed for both quick reference and detailed study. The geographical section features full-color block diagrams of each area of the Holy Land, along with clear explanations. The historical section, packed with text and illustrations, aims to be more comprehensive than any other atlas. Other outstanding features include an exhaustive place-name index, chronological charts, intelligible diagrams, glossary, bibliography, Scripture index, and index of persons. 256 pages, hardcover from Zondervan.

    Archaeology

    431890: The Atlas of Archaeology

    The Atlas of Archaeology
    By Mick Aston / Dk Publishing

    Covering periods from the Paleolithic Age through the Industrial Revolution, this book encourages all those interested in the past to take a fresh look at the world around us. It also explains and demonstrates techniques in tracing digs from discovery to preservation.

    Keep in mind that both this atlas and the one immediately following concern all of archaeology, not just that which relates to a biblical text. As a result, you will find quite a lot here that has no bearing on the Bible. On the other hand, it is useful to see biblical archaeology in the context of the archaeology of the rest of the world. —Steve

    50516: The Atlas of World Archaeology

    The Atlas of World Archaeology
    By Paul G. Bahn / Facts On File

    A timely celebration of a century or more of arduous archaeological endeavor. It presents, in a most accessible way, a finely balanced summary of what we know and at the same time introduces us to the sense of anticipation for the new discoveries that are surely soon to be made.

    Atlas of Christianity

    41303X: Historical Atlas of Christianity

    Historical Atlas of Christianity
    By Franklin H. Littell / Continuum

    Atlases that represent the first 1500 years of Christianity, for the most part, safely rely on ethnic and national boundaries to provide the basic context for the maps and drawings that illustrate change. Yet, as one approaches the modern period, when the creedal preferences of rulers and governments become decreasingly determinative, the geographical portrayal of religion becomes more problematic. In our era this becomes more pronounced. How does one graphically portray 'Lutheran' Sweden or 'Catholic' Spain when only 3.6 percent or 15 percent respectively, of the population is actually practicing. Which is the best way to represent the life of Christians in China, Indonesia, or the Sudan? Franklin Littell's method is to highlight those times and places of crisis and decision - both internal and external - in which the shape and direction of Christianity was determined. Particular attention is paid to the interaction of Christians and Jews and to encounters between Christianity and Islam. Three main areas are emphasized: theology and dogma, ethical and moral life; and the expansion of Christianity to a world religion.

    20514: The Baker Atlas of Christian History

    The Baker Atlas of Christian History
    By Tim Dowley, ed. / Baker

    160 new maps covering both the biblical period and all 2,000 years of church history make the Baker Atlas of the Bible and Christianity unique. Based on the most recent innovations in cartography, the Baker Atlas utilizes computer generated maps to insure the highest level of accuracy. The maps were created for the Baker Atlas by Hardlines Cartographic company of Oxford, a leader in map-making technology. Among the features of the Baker Atlas are the following: 160 new maps reproduced in full color. New photographs reproduced in full color. Computer-generated diagrams and charts reproduced in full color. Helpful commentary. Complete index and gazetteer.

    Atlas of Ancient Egypt

    266109: The Atlas of Ancient Egypt

    The Atlas of Ancient Egypt
    By Neil Morris / Mcgraw-hill Children's Publish

    The Atlas of Ancient Egypt is a stunningly illustrated survey of over 3,000 years of Egyptian history. This highly visual book includes detailed maps, architectural reconstructions, historical artifacts, and superb scenes from everyday life. Grades 5-12. 64 pages, hardcover.

    040362: Cultural Atlas of Ancient Egypt, Revised Edition

    Cultural Atlas of Ancient Egypt, Revised Edition
    By John Baines / Facts On File

    "One of the most useful books on ancient Egypt for both non-specialists and scholars. The maps and plans found throughout are unparalleled in any other publication,"---Religious Studies Review. Information on geography, history, art and architecture, religion, daily life, etc. 240 pages, hardcover.

    513310: The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Egypt

    The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Egypt
    By Bill Manley / Penguin Putnam Inc.

    From its humble origins as a cluster of rival chiefdoms along the banks of the Nile, ancient Egypt rose to become one of the most advanced civilizations of its time. This atlas traces its turbulent history and remarkable cultural development, from the founding of Memphis around 5000BC, through the territorial expansion and flourishing trade of the ' age of empire ', rivalries are charted through the successive dynasties, from the strife of the intermediate periods to the golden ages of prosperity and artistic glory under Akhenaten, Tutankhamen and Ramasses II. The latest archaeological evidence is used to cast new light on the vast architectural legacy of the world's first great nation state.

    6051488: Cultural Atlas For Young People: Ancient Egypt

    Cultural Atlas For Young People: Ancient Egypt
    By Facts On File

    From ancient Egyptian culture to the medieval world, from the Aztec empire of 15th-century Mexico to modern Africa, the newly revised volumes in the Cultural Atlas for Young People set provide a systematic, cross-disciplinary overview of many of the world's important cultures. Young readers will learn, for instance, not just about the geography and history of ancient peoples, but how geography and history interrelate - and how they influence daily life, language and lore, and art and architecture.

    Through a brilliant integration of cartography, illustrations, and text, each updated volume guides young readers on exciting voyages through ancient towns and villages and inside homes and gardens to introduce the people, customs, and institutions of bygone civilizations.

    Each newly revised and updated atlas includes:

    • Full-color maps, supported by explanatory text and illustrations, enhancing coverage
    • Charts, tables, and chronologies, providing ready reference to significant events and periods
    • Special feature spreads, focusing on particularly interesting facets of a civilization and its centers that can still be visited today
    • Full-color reconstructions of what life was like at the time, enabling young readers to understand the evidence on which history is based
    Grades 4-9

    Atlas of Ancient Greece

    513353: The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Greece

    The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Greece
    By Robert Morkot / Penguin Putnam Inc.

    The cradle of western civilization, Ancient Greece was a land of contradictions and conflict. Intensely quarrelsome and competitive, the Greek city-states consistently proved unwilling and unable to unite. Yet, in spite of or even because of this internal discord, no ancient civilization proved so dynamic or productive. The Greeks not only colonized the Mediterranean and Black Sea areas but set standards of figurative art which endured for nearly 2500 years. Charting topics as diverse as Minoan civilization, The Persian Wars, the Athenian Golden Age and the conquests of Alexander the Great, The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Greece traces the development of this creative and restless people and assesses their impact not only on the ancient world but also on our own attitudes and environment.

    Atlas of Ancient Israel

    203424: Carta's Historical Atlas of Israel: A Survey of the Past and a Review of the Present

    Carta's Historical Atlas of Israel: A Survey of the Past and a Review of the Present
    By Eisenbrauns

    More than 90 historical and modern maps together with explanatory texts guide the reader through Israel's history. All important aspects of Israel today are portrayed in a set of pictorial maps and texts.

    Atlas of Jerusalem

    220238: The Atlas of Biblical Jerusalem

    The Atlas of Biblical Jerusalem
    By Dan Bahat / Eisenbrauns

    From the First Temple period through to the time of Jesus, this Atlas graphically illustrates the colorful history of the city through maps, drawings and photographs.

    03488: The Illustrated Atlas of Jerusalem

    The Illustrated Atlas of Jerusalem
    By Dan Bahat / Eisenbrauns

    Festive "Jerusalem 3000" edition with foreword by Ehud Olmert, Mayor of Jerusalem. Through the lavish use of maps, diagrams, reconstructions and color photographs, the historical and architectural development of the Holy City unfolds before the reader. Each major period in Jerusalem's 4,000-year history is dealt with at length and instructively, with information based on the latest archaeological findings and scientific research.

    200867: Carta's Historical Atlas of Jerusalem

    Carta's Historical Atlas of Jerusalem
    By Dan Bahat / Eisenbrauns

    This unique atlas presents the results of all the latest excavations and research. Presented in a highly visual manner, by means of maps and diagrams, floorplans and photographs, the historical and architectural development of the Holy City unfolds before the reader. Twelve full-page maps of Jerusalem, one for each chapter, the growth of the city through the ages. Each period in the 4,000 years of Jerusalem's history is dealt with instructively and at length.

    I have used this brief atlas again and again with great satisfaction. Not only does it illustrate the geography of the Holy City, but provide useful diagrams of major archaeological finds as well. —Steve

    41379X: Historical Atlas of Jerusalem

    Historical Atlas of Jerusalem
    By Meir Ben-Dov / Continuum

    This volume presents a visual, pictorial history of Jerusalem from the most ancient records to the most up-to-date excavations. The narrative text is accompanied by hundreds of specially prepared drawings, maps, and photographs that illuminate every aspect of human settlement from topography, water sources, and agriculture to security, architecture, and historical sites from the Temples of Solomon, Nehemiah, and Herod to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the Dome of the Rock.

    Atlas of Judaism

    242260: A Historical Atlas of the Jewish People: From the Time of the Patriarchs to the Present

    A Historical Atlas of the Jewish People: From the Time of the Patriarchs to the Present
    By Edited by Eli Barnavi / Random House, Inc

    A panoramic journey through 3,000 years of Jewish experience! From the patriarchs to the present day, A Historical Atlas of the Jewish People depicts the extraordinary saga of Abraham's descendants. A kaleidoscopic reference edited by Eli Barnavi, it features hundreds of detailed maps, photographs, and drawings---plus newly revised chronologies and commentaries by leading experts---brilliantly illuminating the Exodus, Diaspora, and the struggles of modern Israel. 321 pages, hardcover, Schocken Books.

    435: Atlas of the Jewish World

    Atlas of the Jewish World
    By Nicholas De Lange / Facts On File

    Text, 59 color maps, 175 color and 140 black & white photos, glossary, gazetteer, chronology, bibliography, and index. 240 pages, 9.5"x 12'', hardcover from Facts on File. ''. . . an excellent introduction to Jewish culture.''---Library Journal

    14702: Historical Atlas of the Jewish People

    Historical Atlas of the Jewish People
    By Edited by Shmuel Ahituv / Continuum

    Breathtaking scope! The ups and downs of the chosen people throughout the ages from the call of Abraham through the founding of the modern state of Israel. Illumines important people, major movements, changes in religious practice, geographical centers, and more. 365 maps and 200 illustrations. 496 pages, hardcover.

    Atlas of Mesopotamia

    057303: Historical Atlas of Ancient Mesopotamia

    Historical Atlas of Ancient Mesopotamia
    By Norman Bancroft Hunt / Facts On File

    By means of 160 photos and illustrations, 40 full-color maps, and a clear, carefully researched text, Hunt visually introduces you to the people, places, and events that shaped civilization from 5000 B.C.E to the seventh century C.E. Nice background reading for understanding ancient Israel. 192 pages, hardcover. Facts on File.

    2218: Cultural Atlas of Mesopotamia and The Near East

    Cultural Atlas of Mesopotamia and The Near East
    By Nancy Hall / Facts On File

    Text, 50 color maps, 200 color and 100 black & white photos, gazetteer, glossary, index, and bibliography. 240 pages, 9.5"x 12'', hardcover from Facts on File.

    Atlas of the Middle East

    50665: National Geographic Atlas of the Middle East

    National Geographic Atlas of the Middle East
    By Simon & Schuster Trade Sales

    With worldwide interest focused on the Middle East, National Geographic has created for the first time a collection of customized maps that help explain and provide context for many of the important issues of this region known for its crossroads of the faith and conflict. This conveniently sized, indispensable reference includes: detailed regional and individual country political maps, thematic maps and graphs covering vital topics, such as population, religion, oil, water, climate, and languages, intriguing historical maps, charts, and a timeline, color photographs, satellite imagery, and national and regional flag, as well as country facts and figures covering literacy, life expectancy, troops, oil reserves, economy, water, scarcity, temperature and rainfall, holy sites, religious adherents, ethnic composition and more.

    725184: Atlas of the Middle East

    Atlas of the Middle East
    By Langenscheidt Publishing Group

    In the wake of recent world events, the newly-revised completely up-to-date Hammond Atlas of the Middle East explains the complex social, political, economic and cultural foundations of the 23 countries which comprise this vital and fascinating part of our world. This valuable resource provides a clear perspective and understanding of recent and historical events.

    718307: HAMMOND ATLAS OF MIDDLE EAST

    HAMMOND ATLAS OF MIDDLE EAST
    By Langenscheidt Publishing Group

    Atlas of Rome/Roman Empire

    513299: The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome

    The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome
    By Chris Scarre / Penguin Putnam Inc.

    More than 15 centuries after its fall, the Roman Empire remains one of the most formative influences on the history of Europe. Its physical remains dot the landscape from Scotland to Syria. Its cities are still the great metropolises of the continent. Its law and its institutions have shaped modern practice, and its ideal of a united Europe has haunted politicians ever since. This atlas traces the rise and fall of the first great multinational state in Europe. It looks at its provinces and cities, its trade and economy, its armies and frontier defences; follow its foreign wars and internecine struggles; and charts its transformation into a Christian theocracy and its fall in 476. Over 60 full colour maps. Innovative, informative, up-to-date and visually exciting. Special features and timelines. Over 80 illustrations in colour and black and white. Indispensable one-volume handbook.

    053316: Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome

    Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome
    By Angus Konstam / Facts On File

    This book traces the historical, cultural, and political development of the Roman state from its archaic beginnings, through the age of monarchy and republic to its imperial grandeur, and eventual collapse. This atlas gives insight into the unique qualities of Roman government that allowed a small city-state on the banks of the Tiber to become the ancient western world's greatest empire. It covers all aspects of ancient Roman history and culture, with an engaging text, specially created maps, and full-color photographs and illustrations.

    6522: Atlas of the Roman World

    Atlas of the Roman World
    By Tim Cornell / Facts On File

    ''A lavishly illustrated cultural atlas. The numerous maps are superb. . . superior to most other introductory surveys of Rome.''---Choice. 62 color maps, 260 color and 190 black & white illustrations, gazetteer, index, and bibliography. 240 pages, 9.5"x 12'', hardcover from Facts on File.

    The maps in this volume are simply superb. They clearly show the system of Roman roads throughout the Roman provinces, which serve as important guides to the geography of New Testament events. —Steve

    15147X: Cultural Atlas for Young People: Ancient Rome

    Cultural Atlas for Young People: Ancient Rome
    By Mike Corbishley / Facts On File

    Ancient Rome, Revised Edition presents the world of the Romans. Two thousand years ago, they were the strongest, most advanced civilization on the globe. Their arts and architecture, legal system, science and technology, and military might were unparalleled.

    The History of an Empire, the first part of this volume in the Cultural Atlas for Young People set, tells the story of the Romans as they grew from a limited republic into the most important and powerful empire in the ancient world. Maps illustrate specific themes or topics, and charts give important dates and events aiding students in the understanding of Roman history. Topics covered include the mysterious Etruscans, the rise of Julius Caesar, Roman men and women, the Roman baths, imperial Rome, and the Roman ship. The second part, The Geography of an Empire, looks at the effect the Romans had on the lands they conquered. Detailed maps show the extent of the empire, from Africa to Britain to Asia. Topics discussed in this part include the Roman town, buildings and technology, the Roman villa, Greece, and the exotic East.

    Ancient Rome, Revised Edition offers a lively account of the Roman civilization through text, maps, charts, and illustrations. Clear presentation and a wealth of information about the geography, society, politics, religion, and arts of this important period of history guide readers through the Roman civilization's important past. Additional features that expand on and supplement the textual narrative include a glossary, further reading section, gazetteer, and index. Reading Level: Grades 3-6.

    Atlas Biblico en español

    11688: Atlas Biblico Portavoz

    Atlas Biblico Portavoz
    By Tim Dowley / Kregel Publications

    The Bible is full of famous journeys. However, it is difficult to conceive of these epic travels from the text alone. Thus, this biblical atlas is an invaluable tool. Its clear and colorful maps offer an easily accesible look at an often-forgotten aspect of biblical narration. Also includes a geographic index.

    La Biblia esta llena de viajes famosos. Sin embargo, es dificil imaginar estes viajes solamente leyendo el texto. Pues, este atlas biblico es invaluable para el lector. Los mapas claros y llenos de colorido ofrecen un transfondo facilmente accesible de la narracion biblica.

    911248: Atlas Biblico Unilit  / The Kregel Bible Atlas, Spanish ed.

    Atlas Biblico Unilit / The Kregel Bible Atlas, Spanish ed.
    By Tim Dowley / Editorial Unilit

    94197: Atlas Biblico Conciso Holman / Concise Holman Bible Atlas - Spanish

    Atlas Biblico Conciso Holman / Concise Holman Bible Atlas - Spanish
    By Broadman / Holman

    The Concise Holman Bible Atlas will enrich both personal and group Bible study as well as preparation for teaching and preaching the Bible. Students form secondary school through seminary will want to keep the Concise Holman Atlas close at hand for courses on the Old and New Testaments. In addition to the thirty-six maps, The Concise Holman Bible Atlas contains a comprehensive index that will enable you to locate a particular site on every map it occurs.

    El Atlas Biblico Conciso Holman presenta 36 mapas que ayudaran al lector en el conocimiento del escenario geografico de la Biblia. Como Palabra escrita por Dios, la Biblia es relevante para gente de todos los tiempos y culturas. Sin embargo, los eventos biblicos ocurrieron en tiempos diferentes de los nuestros, y es necesario familiarizarse con esos contextos.

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