Best Reformed Bible Dictionaries?

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SolusChristus1646

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Happy Lord's Day. I've seen a thread on here that is already closed dealing with reformed Bible Dictionaries but it didn't seem to give a clear-cut answer as to which maybe the top three Reformed Bible dictionaries are. Looking for some insight on this if anyone knows which ones are best. Thanks!
 

PaulCLawton

Puritan Board Freshman
Happy Lord's Day. I've seen a thread on here that is already closed dealing with reformed Bible Dictionaries but it didn't seem to give a clear-cut answer as to which maybe the top three Reformed Bible dictionaries are. Looking for some insight on this if anyone knows which ones are best. Thanks!
in my opinion:

New Dictionary of Theology (David F. Wright, Sinclair B. Ferguson)
Westminster Dictionary of Theological Terms (Donald K. McKim)
Dictionary of the Presbyterian and Reformed Tradition in America (D. G. Hart, Mark A. Noll)
 

SolusChristus1646

Puritan Board Freshman
in my opinion:

New Dictionary of Theology (David F. Wright, Sinclair B. Ferguson)
Westminster Dictionary of Theological Terms (Donald K. McKim)
Dictionary of the Presbyterian and Reformed Tradition in America (D. G. Hart, Mark A. Noll)
Thank you Paul! I was having trouble finding a concise answer anywhere online.
 

SolusChristus1646

Puritan Board Freshman
Any other Bible Dictionary recommendations from a Reformed perspective? The ones listed above seem excellent, although after previewing they seem more theologically oriented than Bible oriented.
 

PaulCLawton

Puritan Board Freshman
Any other Bible Dictionary recommendations from a Reformed perspective? The ones listed above seem excellent, although after previewing they seem more theologically oriented than Bible oriented.
Right, in retrospect I don't think I answered the question you actually posed, sorry about that.
 

Guido's Brother

Puritan Board Junior
I'm not aware of any Reformed Bible dictionaries. I doubt there'd be a market for such a book, especially when there are plenty of other more generic Bible dictionaries floating around.
 

py3ak

They're stalling and plotting against me
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Patrick Fairbairn's Imperial Bible Dictionary.
The Dictionary of Biblical Imagery is somewhat specialized but overall quite useful, and at least many contributors are Reformedish.
 
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