Why Biblical Dictionaries Are a Mixed Blessing (New NIDNTTE Introduction)

Moisés Silva on 4 years ago. Tagged under ,,.


NIDNTTE Free eBook‘Dictionaries can be a mixed blessing’ writes Moisés Silva in a new essay. Read the excerpt below to discover the pitfalls of some dictionaries.

You can get the rest of Silva’s essay in this just-released free eBook: the Primer on the revised New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis (NIDNTTE).

The free eBook will give you a test drive through the new NIDNTTE. You’ll investigate the New Testament words used for father, love, Jerusalem, and Hell — using adapted content from NIDNTTE. The eBook also includes more exclusive content similar to Silva’s essay.


Read on and get the free ebook here.

Dictionaries can be a mixed blessing. They are essential resources for the study of the vocabulary, but they also may reinforce our…

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Pick Your Favorite Cover: The New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology & Exegesis, 2nd Ed.

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Friends, we are excited to announce a major new reference work being published later this year in print and digital formats, the New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis, Second Edition (revision editor, Moisés Silva).


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Advance Praise for NIDNTTE:

“The new NIDNTTE is more than an update. It has been streamlined for easier use through a new alphabetic structure. It has long been time for an up-to-date lexical tool and NIDNTTE is it.”—Darrell L. Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary

“Brings changes that make it richer and more user-friendly to those interested in detailed exegesis…

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