With over 1,500 pages of summaries, maps, and abbreviations, there are over 100 Biblical scholars and pastors supplying the essays. More of an encyclopedia, this collection is the perfect resource for teachers, pastors, and anyone.
a concise dictionary for handy and quick reference. Special attention has been given to some marked fulfilments of prophecy.
From the publisher: Though compact in size, this dictionary includes thousands of biblical references. It lists and identifies all proper names in the Bible, and provides information on places and events described in Scripture--complete with pronunciations, definitions and textual references.
Buck's Theological Dictionary still contains some interesting material, especially when it comes to Religious Sects.
Treasury of Scripture Knowledge is essentially a cross reference work, set up similar to a commentary (in a commentary format for theWord), and under each verse of the Bible, there are cross references (which theWord makes it very easy to mouse over the references and read them without having to click anything).
Thompson Chain Reference Bible Dictionary is a Bible Cross Reference work.
The original Torrey's Topical Textbookd had on 628 entries and 20,000 Scripture Cross-References, the New Topical Textbook was published with 20,000 Topics and Sub-topics and 30,000 Bible References.
The ISBE is a classic Bible reference compiled from nearly 10,000 entries written by over 200 different Bible scholars and teachers. In addition to the encyclopedia articles, all of the major words of the Bible are represented and defined.
From the co-author of the classic Jamieson, Fausset and Brown Commentary, Fausset’s Bible Dictionary stands as one of the best single-volume Bible encyclopedias ever written for general use.
A classic Greek lexicon useful for every theology student. Note that Thayer was a universalist, so be careful with any word dealing with salvation, and also the Trinity (his definition of "Christ" would seem to doubt Jesus' deity). Basically the majority of his word definitions are from standard usage in the Greek NT and classical literature, so in theologically charged words, be careful.