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New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology, Vol. 1: A-F by Colin BrownVol. 1
New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology, Vol. 2: G-Pre by Colin BrownVol. 2
The New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology, Vol. 3 by Colin BrownVol. 3
New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology, Vol. 4: Indexes by Colin BrownVol. 4
New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology - Set by Colin BrownSet

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Recommendations

  1. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (Volume I) by Gerhard Kittel (1964)
  2. A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature by Walter Bauer (1952)
  3. Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament by R. Laird Harris (1980)
  4. New Testament Theology by Donald Guthrie (1981)
  5. The Gospel According to Mark: The English Text with Introduction, Exposition and Notes by William L. Lane (1974)
  6. New Testament Introduction by Donald Guthrie (1970)
  7. New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis, Vol. 1 by Willem VanGemeren (1997)
  8. Scripture index to The new international dictionary of New Testament theology, and index to selected extrabiblical literature by David Townsley (1985)
  9. The Complete Vocabulary Guide to the Greek New Testament by Warren C. Trenchard (1992)
  10. The Complete Word Study : New Testament by Spiros Zodhiates (1991)
  11. Dictionary of Paul and His Letters by Gerald F. Hawthorne (1993)
  12. Mounce's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words by William D. Mounce (2006)
  13. New Linguistic and Exegetical Key to the Greek New Testament, The by Cleon L. Rogers Jr. (1998)
  14. The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 1: Introductory Articles by Frank E. Gaebelein (1979)
  15. A Concise Greek-English Dictionary of the New Testament by Barclay M. Newman (1971)

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