Sources

Some Sources for this Work.

Much of these definitions is from the studies of Pastor David Cox (under copyright). Although I used these Bible Dictionaries, I combined and adapted them making this work under copyright, and therefore it is prohibited to format shift the material or copy this website to any website. Please contact David Cox if you have questions. [email protected]
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Bibliographic Sources:

AmTrac

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary

Anderson

Anderson – Where to find it in the Bible

Anon-Animals

Anonymous – Animals of the Bible. (A public domain book taken from the website of bartimaeus.us.

Anon-Plants

Anonymous – Plants of the Bible. (A public domain book taken from the website of bartimaeus.us.

Arrowsmith

Arrowsmith, A.Dictionary of the Holy Scriptures: Including also Notices of the Chief Places and People Mentioned in the Apocrypha. 1855.

Barr

Barr, John – Barr’s Complete Index and Concise Dictionary of the Holy Bible, (New York: T. Mason and G. Lane) 1837.

Benham

Benham, William B.D., F.S.A. – The Dictionary of Religion: An Encyclopedia of Christian and other Religious Doctrines, Denominations, Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Terms, History, Biography, etc. (New York: Cassell & Company Ltd.) 1887.

Bridgeway

Bridgeway Bible Dictionary,  by Don Fleming 2004.

Brown

Brown, John – A Dictionary of the Holy Bible, First Albany Edition, (Albany: H.C. Southwick) 1816.

Buck

Buck, Charles – A Theological Dictionary containing Definitions of All Religious and Ecclesiastical Terms,New and Greatly Enlarged Edition by Dr. Henderson (London: James Duncan, T.T. & J Tegg, and Simpkin & Marhall) 1833.

Buckland

Buckland, Augustus Robert and Arthur Lukyn Williams – The Universal Bible Dictionary, (1914).

Bullinger

Companion Bible Articles.

Butterworth

Butterworth, John – A New Concordance and Dictionary to the Holy Scriptures being the most Comprehensive and Concise of any before published, First American Edition, (New York: Printed for John Tiebout) 1811.

Catholic

The Catholic Encyclopedia (1908).

Cheyne

Encyclopedia Biblica: A Dictionary of the Bible.
A Critical Dictionary of the Literary, Political, and Religious History. The Archaeology, Geography, and Natural History of the Bible. Edited by T.K. Cheyne and J. Sutherland Black (1899).

ConciseBD

Concise Bible Dictionary

Cook

Cook – Scripture Alphabet of Animals.

Covel

Covel Jr, James – A Concise Dictionary of the Holy Bible. (New York: G. Lane & P.P. Sandford, 1842 (Methodist).

DavidCox

Cox, David, B.A., M.A., M.S. – David Cox’s Bible Dictionary.

Davis

Davis, John D. PhD., D.D. – A Dictionary of the Bible (Philadelphia: The Westminster Press: 1898).

Easton

Easton, M.G. – Illustrated Bible Dictionary (1897).

 

Fausset

Fausset, Andrew Robert (1821-1910) – Fausset’s Bible Dictionary.

Harris

Harris, Thaddeus Mason – A Dictionary of the Natural History of the Bible: A new edition. (London: T.T. and J. Tegg, 1833).

Malcom

Malcom, Howard, A.M. – A Dictionary of Important Names, Objects and Terms found in Scriptures, intended principally for Youth, 4th Edition, (Boston: Lincoln & Edmands, New York) 1831.

Morrish

Morrish – Morrish Bible Dictionary.

Naves

Nave, Orville J. A.M., D.D., LL.D. (1841-1917) – Nave’s Topics. Orville Nave was a Chaplin in the US Army. This tomb is the result of 14 years of “delightful and untiring study of the Word of God.”

Hitchcock

 

ISBE

Orr, James M.A., D.D., International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

Smith

Smith, Dr. William – Smith’s Bible Dictionary (1884)

Temple

Ewing, W, M.A. and Thomson, J.E.H. D.D. – The Temple Dictionary of the Bible (London: J.M. Dent & Sons. Ltd.) 1910.

Webster

Webster, Noah – Dictionary of American English (1828).


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