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The Wycliffe Dictionary of Theology

Hardback|Feb 1999
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This unique resource provides a conservative, evangelical perspective on over 850 alphabetically arranged theological words, topics and beliefs. Contributors include J I Packer, Gleason Archer, F F Bruce, and many other noted scholars. An invaluable tool for preachers, teachers and...


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This unique resource provides a conservative, evangelical perspective on over 850 alphabetically arranged theological words, topics and beliefs. Contributors include J I Packer, Gleason Archer, F F Bruce, and many other noted scholars. An invaluable tool for preachers, teachers and every serious student of Scripture. 566 pages, from Hendrickson.
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Wycliffe Dictionary of Theology provides a conservative, evangelical perspective on over 850 theological words and beliefs. Contributors include Carl F. H. Henry, J. I. Packer, Gleason Archer, Edward J. Young, F. F. Bruce, and many other noted scholars. Topics are listed alphabetically and range from Abaddon to Abba, Baptism to Hellenism, and Zion to Zoroastrianism. Bibliographies are provided for many of the topics. * An evangelical masterpiece. . . . The minister who ponders these affirmations will find himself growing in wisdom. . . . Church members will find here a treasure of Christian information. . . ." William Childs Robinson, Christianity Today
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Bromiley Harrison

Harrison, Senior Professor of New Testament, Fuller Theological Seminary.