- American Tract Society Bible Dictionary
- Although written in 1859 by William Rand, this dictionary of the Bible from the American Tract Society is still relevant today.
- Baker's Evangelical Dictionary
- Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology (EDBT) shows how a name, idea, or theme is developed through Scripture. It connects all Old Testament and New Testament content on more than 500 theological ideas. This cover-to-cover examination distinguishes biblical theology from systematic theology, which views what theologians and philosophers have done with a biblical idea.
- Easton's Bible Dictionary
- Easton's Bible Dictionary was written by Matthew George Easton, who lived from 1823-1894. This Scottish Presbyterian's other significant literary achievements were his English translations of two of Franz Delitzsch's commentaries.
- Fausset's Bible Dictionary
- 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. The author's writing style is always clear and concise, and he tackles issues important to the average student of the Bible, not just the Biblical scholars. This makes Fausset's an excellent tool for both everyday Bible study and in-depth lesson or sermon preparation.
- Holman Bible Dictionary
- The product of over 6 years of work by hundreds of people, the Holman Bible Dictionary manages to be readable and easy to use, yet take advantage of the finest modern Bible scholarship without heavy technical language. It includes extensive cross-referencing of related articles, and quotes from 6 different Bible translations.
- Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
- This dictionary is from "Hitchcock's New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible," written by Roswell D. Hitchcock in 1869. It contains more than 2,500 Bible and Bible-related proper names and their meanings
- King James Dictionary
- The King James Bible has stood its ground for nearly 400 years. However, during that time the English language has changed, and with it the meanings of some words it used. Here are more than 800 words whose definitions have changed since 1611.
- Smith's Bible Dictionary
- More than 4,500 subjects and proper names are defined and analyzed with corresponding Scripture references. Bible students have used "Smith's Bible Dictionary" since its introduction in the 1880s, making it a trustworthy classic.