Cruden’s Complete Concordance
Alexander Cruden. An index to the key words of the Bible. Includes more than 200,000 references to both the King James Version and the Revised Standard Version. Also includes a section of proper names from the Scriptures. 783 pages; hardcover; Hendrickson.
Cruden’s Concordance (synthetic leather)
Beautiful new Italian synthetic leather binding on this complete concordance of the Old and New Testaments (using the text of the Authorized King James Bible). Very flexible, supple, easy to handle, bound like Bibles (edged lined style binding); this useful and helpful tool has been around for over 200 years and fits nicely in briefcases and Bible covers. Approximately 6 x 9 in.; thickness is 3/4 in.
Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions
A fascinating book of charts featuring time lines, family trees, ancient rulers and kingdoms, teachings of Jesus, and much more. Includes maps and illustrations of reconstructions of biblical cities, the temple, and artifacts. A valuable reference book. 176 pages; wire spiral binding; hardcover; Broadman.
Josephus: the Essential Works
Translated and edited by Paul L. Maier. This volume contains the same text as Josephus: the Essential Writings, but is bound in hardcover and has quality paper, color photos, time lines, and other information in sidebars that makes the volume more readable and appealing. 416 pages; hardcover; Kregel.
Josephus: the Essential Writings
Edited by Paul L. Maier. A new edition of The Complete Works of Josephus, condensed and thoroughly readable. All important passages are included, many word-for-word. Only nonessential or repeated information is omitted. Includes 82 photos and illustrations, as well as an updated index and other references. 416 pages; paper; Kregel.
The Heart of the New Testament
H.I. Hester. A clear, concise guide for New Testament study written in narrative form. This book places the New Testament in chronological order so that students can get an intelligent view of the origin and development of Christianity. 350 pages; hardcover; Broadman.
The New Complete Works of Josephus
Flavius Josephus, translated by William Whiston. This classic work will make you a part of the momentous events of Jewish history from creation to the time of Titus, who destroyed Jerusalem during the first century AD. Men through the ages have looked to this work as the only contemporary reference in history containing valid references to Christ. 778 pages; hardcover; Kregel.