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Vine's Expository Dictionary of OT and NT Words

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Study the meaning of biblical words in the original languages – without spending years learning Greek or Hebrew. This classic reference tool has helped thousands dig deeper into the meaning of the biblical text. Explains over 6,000 key biblical words. Includes a brand new comprehensive topical index that enables you to study biblical topics more thoroughly than ever before.

Vine's Expository Dictionary of OT and NT Words
• Authors: W. E. Vine, Merrill Unger, William White, Jr.
• Publisher: Thomas Nelson (1996)

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August 4, 2020  |  9:05 AM   |    Good (4)
I dont think you can ever have too many dictionaries.

When i got married, my wife already had ungers and a 22nd impression of the 1940 publication of vines nt expository dictionary. So this has been my go to for nearly 40 years before i started building my accordance library with all the fantastic resources.

I find this resource a bit uneven.

For example in the nelsons ot section there are just under 20 words defined for 'A' and just under 30 words defined under 'B'. The definitions vary considerably in length and most letters have minimal definitions. But this isnt in the original vines which was only for the new testament so its very much an add on.

In the Vines new testament section, the dictionary really comes into its own with many more words listed under each letter as can be seen from the screenshot on the product page and where a word is defined, the definitions provided are generally much more detailed compared to the nelsons section.

Another example where i find it uneven ...
I dont think you can ever have too many dictionaries.

When i got married, my wife already had ungers and a 22nd impression of the 1940 publication of vines nt expository dictionary. So this has been my go to for nearly 40 years before i started building my accordance library with all the fantastic resources.

I find this resource a bit uneven.

For example in the nelsons ot section there are just under 20 words defined for 'A' and just under 30 words defined under 'B'. The definitions vary considerably in length and most letters have minimal definitions. But this isnt in the original vines which was only for the new testament so its very much an add on.

In the Vines new testament section, the dictionary really comes into its own with many more words listed under each letter as can be seen from the screenshot on the product page and where a word is defined, the definitions provided are generally much more detailed compared to the nelsons section.

Another example where i find it uneven is in the selection of words defined. There is an entry for messiah in the nelson section, but although messiah is also used in john, there is no entry in the nt section although there are 54 flex hits which spans both sections of the tool for english content. However i dont get any hits for either the greek or strongs number. Thank goodness for the accordance search functionality, being able to search certainly adds an important advantage over the printed copy, especially when using the different search options That accordance has tagged the resource with.

Its certainly worth having at the introductory sale price, this is a sentimental purchase for me and i wouldnt have bought it at its listed full price. Nor do i think this will be my default dictionary as the nelson section is no where near as comprehensive as the Original Vines nt section so limits the usefulness of this resource.

But i find its always useful to have a selection of dictionaries and this is one i am very familiar with and have a soft spot for but for me, vines will always be associated with the nt and not the complete bible and i can see myself mainly using this for the nt section!