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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [4-volume set] by Geoffrey W. Bromileycomplete
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Vol. 1, A-D by Geoffrey W. BromileyA-D
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Vol. 2, E-J by Geoffrey W. BromileyE-J
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Vol. 3, K-P by Geoffrey W. BromileyK-P
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Vol. 4, Q-Z by Geoffrey W. BromileyQ-Z

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  1. Dictionary of the Old Testament: Pentateuch (The IVP Bible Dictionary Series) by David W. Baker (2003)
  2. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (Volume I) by Gerhard Kittel (1964)
  3. Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, Vols. 1-5 by Merrill C. Tenney (1975)
  4. Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volumes 1 and 2 by Walter A. Elwell (1988)
  5. The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 1: Introductory Articles by Frank E. Gaebelein (1979)
  6. A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature by Walter Bauer (1952)
  7. New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology - Set by Colin Brown (1975)
  8. Dictionary of the Old Testament: Prophets (IVP Bible Dictionary) by Mark J. Boda (2012)
  9. New International Encyclopedia of Bible Words by Lawrence O. Richards (1999)
  10. Nelson's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Bible Facts by J. I. Packer (1995)
  11. The Epistles of Paul to the Thessalonians: An Introduction and Commentary (Tyndale New Testament Commentaries) by Leon Morris (1956)
  12. Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 40: 2 Corinthians by Ralph P. Martin (1986)
  13. Paul by F. F. Bruce (1977)
  14. New Testament Introduction by Donald Guthrie (1970)
  15. Epistles of John by I. Howard Marshall (1978)

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The 5-volume 1915 edition by Orr is here.

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