REQUIREMENTS: Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch.
Requires iPhone OS 2.0 or later.
Oxford Dictionary of the Bible
The Most Authoritative and Up-to-date Dictionary of the Bible Available
As well as providing concise information about important places and personalities, this accessible dictionary clearly explains the themes and doctrines of the Bible. With entries ranging from earthquakes and mice to feminism and the Dead See Scrolls, it is a lively and absorbing reference work for students and all readers of the Bible.
Convenience and Easy-access Layout
* Over 2,000 entries from Adam to Zechariah
* Clear explanation of technical terms, methods of interpretation, and critical analysis, as well as notes on leading biblical scholars and their work
* Broad coverage includes the books of the Bible, people and places, customs, religions and worship, history, and theology
* Takes into account the work of Christian scholars of all denominations, and of Jewish scholars
The dictionary is powered by the MSDict technology especially enhanced for iPhone and iPod with the following key benefits:
* No connection to the Internet required - you can use the dictionary on your iPhone or iPod touch without connecting to the Internet and with no additional charges
* Ability to change the font size in the word definitions - this feature is available from the device Settings
* Original format of the OXFORD word list
* Bookmarks - you can use the Bookmarks feature as a learning tool and create your own topics and word lists
* Filters added to help you locate the word you are searching for:
* Fuzzy filter- used when you are not sure of the correct spelling of a word
* Keyword- used to locate the instances of a key word within other compound words
* Wild card - "?" and "*" replace a letter and group of letters in words
* Fast article scrolling
* Quick search of words while you type
* Hyperlinks between words and articles
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Times Literary Supplement
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