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Wednesday Giveaway - the Zondervan Dictionary of Biblical Imagery

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Zondervan Dictionary Biblical Imagery This week for our Wednesday Giveaway we are featuring the Zondervan Dictionary of Biblical Imagery

The Scriptures are filled with illustrations and metaphors drawn from their ancient context, and it is all to easy to miss the meaning of a passage if those images are not understood. The Zondervan Dictionary of Biblical Imagery examines references to nature, culture, and history, and provides an excellent resource for better understanding the intent of the biblical authors.

You can read a sample here, and in the video below editor John Beck gives an example of how tools like this can help us.

 

This giveaway will run through Thursday, and two copies of the Zondervan Dictionary of Biblical Imagery are available to win.

To enter simply answer this question in the comments below: What is your favorite biblical image or metaphor?

*If you are reading this via Facebook, email, or RSS, please visit the blog to enter. Winners determined by Random Integer Generator.*

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