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Reviews of the Zondervan Illustrated Bible Dictionary

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Zondervan Illustrated Bible Dictionary Over at Reading Acts, professor Phillip Long recently reviewed the Zondervan Illustrated Bible Dictionary. You can read excerpts of the review below, and the entire text here.

Also, you can find a review here from Friar Tuck's Fleeting Thoughts, and read a section of the Dictionary on Scribd.

“This new release from Zondervan is more than a re-packaging of the venerable Zondervan Pictorial Bible Dictionary (Merrill, 1963) or the New International Bible Dictionary (Douglas, 1999).  Nor is this merely a stripped down version of the recent five-volume revision of the Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible (ZEB).  This Dictionary gives a brief gloss for many items that the larger Encyclopedia provides support and additional documentation... 

1571 pages, this is a significant tool which will meet the needs of most laymen and most pastors.  It is an attractive and well-designed book and a worthy successor to the one-volume dictionaries edited by Douglas and Tenney... While it is impossible to call a book this size “handy,” it will likely be the first book off the shelf for most pastors and lay-teachers.”

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