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All Creatures Great and Small: Living Things in the Bible (UBS Technical Helps) by Edward R. Hope
Bible Index by Robert G. Bratcher
Fauna and Flora of the Bible (Helps for Translators) by United Bible Societies
Hebrew Poetry in the Bible: A Guide for Understanding and for Translating (Ubs Handbooks Helps for Translators) by Lynell Zogbo
Marginal Notes for the New Testament (Helps for Translators) by Robert G. Bratcher
Marginal Notes for the Old Testament (Helps for translators) by Robert G. Bratcher
New Testament Index by Robert G. Bratcher
Old Testament Quotations in the New Testament (Helps for Translators) by Robert G. Bratcher
The Practice of Translating: Drills for Training Translators (Helps for Translators Ser.) by Jacob Abram Loewen
Short Bible Reference System by Robert G. Bratcher
The Theory and Practice of Translation by Eugene A. Nida
The Works of Their Hands: Man-Made Things in the Bible by Ray Pritz

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  1. Typos: The Typological Interpretation of the Old Testament in the New by Leonhard Goppelt (1981)
  2. The Messiah before Jesus: The Suffering Servant of the Dead Sea Scrolls by Israel Knohl (2000)
  3. Historical Criticism and Theological Interpretation of Scripture by Peter Stuhlmacher (1977)
  4. Toward a Science of Translating: With Special Reference to Principles and Procedures Involved in Bible Translating by Eugene A. Nida (1964)
  5. Translator's Handbook on the Books of Obadiah and Micah (Ubs Helps for Translators) by David J. Clark (1982)
  6. Biblical Exegesis in the Apostolic Period by Richard N. Longenecker (1974)
  7. Experiences in Translation by Umberto Eco (2000)
  8. Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land by Avraham Negev (1972)
  9. From PROPHECY to TESTAMENT: The Function of the Old Testament in the New by Craig A. Evans (2004)
  10. Jonah: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text by W. Dennis Tucker Jr. (2006)
  11. Let the Words Be Written: The Lasting Influence of Eugene A. Nida (Biblical Scholarship in North America) by Philip C. Stine (2004)
  12. The Right Doctrine from the Wrong Texts?: Essays on the Use of the Old Testament in the New by G. K. Beale (1994)
  13. The Semantics of Biblical Language by James Barr (1961)
  14. Admonition and Curse: The Ancient Near Eastern Treaty/Covenant Form as a Problem in Inter-Cultural Relationships (Library Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) by Noel Weeks (2004)
  15. Style and Discourse by Eugene A. Nida (1983)

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