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by R. Laird Harris,Gleason L. Archer Jr.,Bruce K. Waltke

Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament (2-vol. set) download ebook
ISBN:
0802486312
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978-0802486318
Author:
R. Laird Harris,Gleason L. Archer Jr.,Bruce K. Waltke
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Moody Publishers; 2 Volumes edition (1980)
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1124 pages
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Gleason L. archer, jr. (1916-2004), (. Harvard University; . Oh, how I love this book. Thank R Laird Harris,Gleason L. Archer,JR.

Gleason L. Princeton Theological Seminary; . Suffolk Law School) was a biblical scholar, theologian, educator, and author. He authored numerous books, including In the Shadow of the Cross, The Epistle to the Hebrews: A Study Manual, and Survey of Old Testament Introduction. Bruce K. Waltke for spending probably years of study just so readers like me can receive this very heavy book that's loaded with intense and profound information. 5 people found this helpful.

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Theological wordbook ofthe INTRODUCTION The value of books for theological word study of the Old and New Testaments has long been reco'gnized

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This monumental reference work, the Theological Wordbook of the Old . Laird Harris (1911-2008) served as Professor of Old Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary.

This monumental reference work, the Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament (TWOT), contains studies of all the important words of the Old Testament and is particularly written for the busy pastor or church worker who may not possess all the technical tools of Bible scholarship. Archer has authored numerous books, including In the Shadow of the Cross, The Epistle to the Hebrews: A Study Manual, The Epistle to the Romans: A Study Manual, and Survey of Old Testament Introduction.

This monumental reference work contains studies of all the important words of the Old Testament and is particularly written for the busy pastor or church worker who may not possess all the technical tools of Bible scholarship.
Reviews:
  • Xanzay
This book is a treasure trove of great information. Any serious student of the bible should own it.

That being said...remember when Amazon used to be known for selling books? How can a company sell books and at the same time treat them so terribly? I ordered this book and received it (brand new) with some of the pages torn and others badly damaged. I sent it back for a replacement and just received the "new" replacement with all of the pages seriously warped. I want to get another replacement but I'm starting to think it's not going to matter how many times I send it back.

This may be the last book I ever buy from Amazon. You pay more in a bookstore, but at least you can look at the book, hold it in your hands, and know what you're getting.
  • Vozilkree
This two-volume set was in excellent condition, well-packaged and very prompt. I look forward to enjoying using it in Old Testament as well as New Testament research. An example: the word 'Baal' was explained in Hebrew usage, as "possess, own, rule over, marry" plus "owner, husband". In Aramaic, where it is spelled Be'el, as "owner, lord". (See Be'elzebub). In the Heb usage there follows approximately two pages of explanation of varying usages in several ethnicities, even tying in the link with "Haddu/Hadad" as the storm god who brings the rain. He is also a fertility god who joins Astarte in bringing fertility to the earth and his followers. This detailed explanation is very useful in my current study of the decline of Israel after the Kingdom is split. It sheds light on how land was considered his possession, requiring tribute in order to produce. I intend to spend more time comparing Israel's blessings when listening to YHWH only, to His having to send them into captivity when blending this deception in His worship, then to find life-application lessons in my own worship.
  • Bremar
Being unable to read/understand the Hebrew text, I rely on this excellent resource for in-depth, theologically-conservative yet scholarly lexical study of the most significant Hebrew/Aramaic words. Its contributors are renown authorities in the field, and their broad knowledge comes thru in this abridged work. Granted, it is not as exhaustive as Kittel's Old Testament Theological Dictionary; but, it is extremely helpful at summarizing the most pertinent facts regarding key O.T. words, and it is written from a much more theologically-conservative perspective than Kittel's. Being a one-volume work, it also is much more practical for busy pastors and Bible teachers/students, without sacrificing important information. The price on Amazon was superb/highly affordable, much appreciated in this challenging economic environment! Highly recommended, especially to fellow non-Hebrew readers.
  • Rarranere
I am very please with this book, everything is written in simplicity form for easy understanding of the Tanakh (Old Testament). I needed a book written in this form, non complicated. Yes, I would recommend this book for those who are seeking to have a greater understanding of the Bible. God's word is from Genesis to Revelation, not from Matthews to Revelation, Enjoy!
  • Angana
This book is outstanding in it's organization of words by their root origin and by the in-depth discussion of each word. If you want to get deep into the meaning of the Hebrew words, their origin and their correct application, this is the book for you
  • Rindyt
the words are written so simple but yet so very powerful. Nearly every sentence goes strength to my heart in the wee hours during my morning reading when the whole world seems still asleep except me and the truth of these biblical times so very long ago. Oh, how I love this book.(TWB). Thank R Laird Harris,Gleason L. Archer,JR. Bruce K. Waltke for spending probably years of study just so readers like me can receive this very heavy book that's loaded with intense and profound information.
  • Eayaroler
No book on such a topic is perfect. Nor should one be trusted completely like so many do a Strong's Concordance. Harris' "Theological Wordbook" is however an excellent resource. I use it regularly.
I would highly recommend this book as an addition to any library. The insights provided into nuances of Hebrew word definitions are very useful. The only complaint I have is that some scripture passages I deemed very important were not addressed. However, I think a more thorough tome would be multi-volume and cost quite a lot more. This book is well worth the investment.