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Adapted from the New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis

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What's in the eBook?

This 45-page primer includes several tools for your New Testament (NT) studies:

  • Moisés Silva unmasks a big pitfall of some biblical dictionaries
  • Investigate the NT words for father, love, Jerusalem, and Hell
  • See how a pastor discovers extraordinary claims in 1 Timothy 2:5-6 — the rare passage which calls Jesus "mediator" and "a ransom for many"

Author and scholar Moisés Silva has updated NIDNTTE for today

This free resource is adapted from the Revised Edition of the New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis ("NIDNTTE" for short).

The new 5-volume NIDNTTE will help you interpret the New Testament with greater clarity and power. This new revision includes:

  • Vital insights on over 3,000 Greek words — every word that ought to be in a New Testament theological dictionary
  • Scholarship on the latest debates over many word meanings
  • A wealth of background on ancient Greek and Jewish literature, shedding light on the NT's context
  • Streamlined organization makes words easier to find and cross-reference

This thorough new revision of NIDNTTE was completed over eight years. With nearly 800 concepts (covering 3,000 Greek words) you'll benefit from it far longer.

Your deeper understanding of the New Testament can start today with your FREE 45-page primer.

What Others Are Saying

No serious biblical scholar, seminarian, or expository preacher/teacher should fail to purchase this rich and varied resource and use it regularly.

Robert H. Gundry, Westmont College

It has long been time for an up-to-date lexical tool and NIDNTTE is it.

Darrell L. Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary

The thorough revision and updating is most welcome. NIDNTTE promises to be a tool that no expositor of the New Testament can be without.

Daniel B. Wallace, Dallas Theological Seminary

An essential resource that will be used with confidence for many decades to come.

Karen H. Jobes, Wheaton College and Graduate School

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