Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, Abridged in One Volume
AUTHOR: Kittel, Gerhard; Friedrich, Gerhard
AVAILABILITY: Immediate download and unlock of module
PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS: More than 2200 entries, with Greek words restored, fully indexed, including Strong numbers*
The Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, Abridged in one volume (TDNTa)
, also known as "Little Kittel", is considered by many to be the best New Testament dictionary ever compiled. One of the most widely respected theological dictionaries put into one-volume, abridged form. Focusing on the theological meaning of each word, the abridgment contains English keywords for each entry and tables of English and Greek keywords.
The one-volume abridgment of the 10-vol. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, keeps most if not all of the information that pastors and laypeople can use, leaving out the technical and bibliographic information. It explores how each word is used, often in detail, explaining and expounding the underlying concepts. As a consequence, this work allows people who are not scholars to develop a deep understanding of the meaning and usage of words and concepts in the NT, letting them appreciate the nuances of meaning in the text and giving them a deeper understanding of what the biblical author is saying.
Features of the electronic version:
- Greek words have been restored from their transliterated form
- All words discussed have been indexed and are directly searchable from Greek New Testament texts with Lemma information (like the Nestle Aland 27).
- *Strong numbers have been added for the first word of each topic
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