Word studies are a great way to improve your knowledge of the Bible. But they can be time consuming, and carelessly executed word studies can lead to entirely wrong conclusions. The Lexham Theological Wordbook offers a unique solution, saving you time while giving you an accurate understanding of key biblical words and concepts. Unlike most other wordbooks, this resource organizes entries by concepts rather than Greek or Hebrew lemmas.
Related words are grouped together, giving you easy access to the most relevant terms without needing to go back and forth throughout the volume. Each entry starts with a concise definition of the given concept. A concept summary follows, briefly surveying the most important related words. Next, a theological overview explains the significance of the concept throughout Scripture. The entry then covers the lexical information, examining each word individually as it relates to the concept, including both Old and New Testament words.
Because the Lexham Theological Wordbook is in Logos, it connects seamlessly to the rest of your digital library. Scripture citations link directly to English translations, and important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources. And at the end of each entry, you’ll find links to related concepts, senses from the Bible Sense Lexicon, and other relevant Logos resources.
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