Vine's Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words Hardcover – 31 Mar 1997
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This reference resource helps those with limited or no background in Hebrew or Greek to study the meaning of biblical words in the original language. It is suitable for use by students, pastors and anyone who is involved in biblical studies.
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