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Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 1 by G. Johannes Botterweck1
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 2 by G. Johannes Botterweck2
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 3 by G. Johannes Botterweck3
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 4 by G. Johannes Botterweck4
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 5 by G. Johannes Botterweck5
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 6 by G. Johannes Botterweckyôbēl – yātar I
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 7 by G. Johannes Botterweckke – *lys
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 8 by G. Johannes Botterwecklākad – mōr
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 9 by G. Johannes Botterweckmārad – nāqâ
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 10 by G. Johannes Botterwecknāqam – 'āzab
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 11 by G. Johannes Botterweck'zz – pānîm
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 12 by G. Johannes Botterweckpāsah – qûm
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 13 by G. Johannes Botterweckqôs – rāqîa'
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol. 14 by G. Johannes Botterweckrāsa' – šākam
Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Vol 15 by G. Johannes Botterweckšākar – taršîš

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Recommendations

  1. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (Volume I) by Gerhard Kittel (1964)
  2. Theological Lexicon of the Old Testament (3 Vol. Set) by Ernst Jenni (1997)
  3. Old Testament Times by R. K. Harrison (1970)
  4. Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar by H. F. W. Gesenius (1910)
  5. On the Reliability of the Old Testament by K. A. Kitchen (2003)
  6. Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 21: Psalms 101-150 by Leslie C. Allen (1983)
  7. Old Testament Theology: Basic Issues in the Current Debate by Gerhard F. Hasel (1972)
  8. Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament (Set) by G. Johannes Botterweck (1974)
  9. An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax by Bruce K. Waltke (1990)
  10. Index To Brown Driver and Briggs Hebrew Lexicon by Bruce Einspahr (1976)
  11. Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament by R. Laird Harris (1980)
  12. New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology, Vol. 1: A-F by Colin Brown (1975)
  13. Commentary on Romans IX-XVI and Essays: A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, Vol. 2 (Intl Critical Commentary) by C. E. B. Cranfield (1979)
  14. New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis [5 Volume Set] by Willem A. VanGemeren (1996)
  15. 1 Corinthians: Interpreted by Early Christian Commentators by Judith L. Kovacs (2005)

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