Kregel Dictionary of the Bible and Theology: Over 500 Key Theological Words and Concepts Defined & Cross-Referenced

Artist: Henry W. Holloman

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Barcode: 9780825426728

Release date: 15/03/2010

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This dictionary is an easy-to-understand A-to-Z survey of biblical and theological topics. Dr. Henry Holloman strips away theological shop-talk for a practically organized survey of doctrinal topics based upon the Scriptures. Written for laypersons, pastors, and Bible students, ,Kregel Dictionary of the Bible and Theology avoids complex descriptions of modern ideas and controversies but illustrates the interpretative bases from which they have been created.

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A practically organized survey of biblical and theological concepts--everything from "Abiding in Christ" to "Zion."

Avoiding theological jargon, this reference work provides succinct explanations of issues in Scripture, including a thorough list of the texts that apply to each point for hundreds of subjects. Each entry is a concise survey of how a word or idea is used, as well as how different texts relate. The result is a book that is part topical analysis, part concise biblical and systematic theology, and part word study. Written for laypersons, pastors, and Bible students, Kregel Dictionary of the Bible and Theology avoids complex descriptions of modern ideas and controversies but illustrates the interpretive bases from which the terms have been created. At the same time, it provides pastors with text-based descriptions for sermons or teaching.

While the author supports his own dispensational viewpoint, readers of all theological schools of thought will benefit from this solid, systematic overview of biblical content.

"It is difficult to think of a more valuable single tool for understanding the manifold teachings of Scripture that help us to view reality and live life from God's perspective. . . . For the person who often asks, or should ask 'what does the Bible say about this' . . . the Kregel Dictionary of the Bible and Theology is a storehouse of treasures."

--Dr. Robert L. Saucy
Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Talbot School of Theology
La Mirada, Calif.

Henry W. Holloman (Th.M., Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) is professor of systematic theology at Talbot School of Theology, La Mirada, Calif.

About the Author
Henry W. Holloman (Th.M., Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) is professor of systematic theology at Talbot School of Theology, La Mirada, Calif. He is the author of numerous theological articles.

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