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Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words Hardcover – September 22, 1996
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About the Author
W.E. Vine, M.A., was a classical scholar, skilled expositor, and a trustworthy theologian. Recognized internationally for his outstanding Greek scholarship, his Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words, first published in 1939, represents the fruit of his lifetime labors and is an unsurpassed classic in its field. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
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I recently bought the Vine's for Kindle. The basic content is the same and it is well-presented on the page. There is a table of contents for Old Testament and New Testament. Both have a contents page allowing the user to access words by first letter. It is easy to navigate to the word you are looking for.
I was disappointed by two deficiencies. First, the book is not indexed, so a search of the book does not work as the pop-up message panel will explain. Having this would make the Kindle version more useful and flexible and indexing a dictionary would seem, to me, an obvious requirement. Secondly, my print version has an index in the back which consists of all of the Greek and Hebrew words in the dictionary transliterated into English. Under each transliterated word are the English words into which the Greek/Hebrew word is translated for dictionary purposes. The English translation of the Greek/Hebrew words in Vine's follow the King James version. In many cases, newer translations do not translate the words the same. Having this index would allow you to find what word Vine's is using and navigate to it. My solution to this is to look up the passage in my Kindle KJV and find the word there and then go to Vine's and navigate to the word. It would be much more convenient if the index were there instead of end-note references. Maybe it could be indexed and linked to the reference words.
However, for the Kindle, this is a very good quick-reference aid for getting a feel for the word in the Bible in context and enriching your Bible reading and study using the Kindle. I have profited from having it.
-A Strong Concordance
If you don't have these you're just plain church.
This hard cover expository dictionary includes definitions that expound on meanings by way of etymology, comments, cross referencing, history, technical data, and biblical scripture references. Additionally, an Index at the back provides an English transliteration from Hebrew or Greek to help find dictionary entries.
The work also provides a Topical Index alphabetized in English. Strong's numbers used in his Exhaustive Concordance is effective going to Strong's, finding the word entry and comparing details of explanation with Vine's explanation, or, finding a word in Strong's and comparing the number as cited in Vine's to prove Vine and Strong are 'on the same page' and thus, so are you.
A very good reference work.