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New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology (4 Volume Set)

4.54 of 5 stars 4.54  ·  rating details  ·  39 ratings  ·  5 reviews
3 Volume set, not 4 Vol. Index is in Vol 3, not a separate volume
Hardcover, 3505 pages
Published July 4th 1986 by Zondervan (first published January 1st 1976)
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Bill Martin
If I were stranded on a desert island and could have only one book other than the Bible, this would be it. (Okay, the four volume set. I'm cheating.) Brown's magnum opus is a gateway to biblical and systematic theology and an invaluable aid to exegesis. Brilliant in its paradoxical breadth, depth and concise focus, this dictionary is much more than a "tool." It may be creatively used for study, devotion, historical, theological and interdisciplinary reading. Spend the money to get this set, then ...more
Out of all the theological study tools I have, this four volume set is the most useful in depth and sound for precise explanation of terms, how these terms were used in Greek and cutting away so much superfluous opinions and editorials we have associated with many beliefs held. In other words, if you want to get to what the original authors were driving at, this is a great scalpel.
i love this set of books. it compares the original text, classical literature, a variety of commentaries and culture context with regard to nearly any word or topic found in the new testament. my favorite entry thus far is the idea of "binding and loosing" as it relates to rabbinical teaching.
Talbot Course: Hermeneutics and any course involving the New Testament

MUST HAVE! But if you're going to buy this, I recommend buying it on CD-ROM instead - more bang for the buck.
These books are so illuminating and such a great tool for learning about early Christianity. I wouldn't trade them for anything.
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