The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Volume 1

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Geoffrey William Bromiley
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1979 - Religion - 1006 pages
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, also known as the ISBE, is an exhaustive Biblical encyclopedia that explains in detail every significant word in the Bible, and also includes historical information from the Apocrypha. It provides detailed information on the language and literature of the Bible world, their cultures and the historical and religious environments of the people of the Bible in articles by nearly 200 scholars.

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The revised ISBE is moderate to traditional in it's world view, it is NOT conservative. Some of the articles from the old ISBE edited by James Orr, et al, are imported wholesale into this edition ... Read full review

A good up-to-date Bible Encyclopedia

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I have been very pleased with the ISBE - Revised. The old ISBE was also very helpful but in time it became dated. The revised version is current, reliable, and almost exhaustive in the topics it covers. I highly recommend it. Read full review

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