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The Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament Vol. 13
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Editors: G. Johannes Botterweck, Heinz-Josef Fabry, and Helmer Ringgren
Translators: David E. Green and Douglas W. Scott
Publication Date: 1975–2015
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The Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament (TDOT) is one of the most extensive and important works on the Old Testament ever produced. A requirement for sound scholarship on the Hebrew Bible, it remains as fundamental to Old Testament studies as its New Testament counterpart Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (TDNT) (10 vols.) (TDNT) does to New Testament studies.
Beginning with ābh (āb), “father,” and continuing all the way through the Hebrew alphabet, TDOT provides extensive research and analysis of every Hebrew and Aramaic word group in the Old Testament. Leading scholars from a variety of Christian traditions and all across the globe contributed articles on individual words that explain the word’s semantic range, present its morphology, and identify its meaning in the Old Testament. Contributors employ philology as well as form-critical and traditio-historical methods to provide explanation for religious statements found in the original Hebrew.
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