Item description for The HarperCollins Bible Pronunciation Guide by William O. Walker...
The most authoritative and easy-to-use Bible pronunciation guide available--for use with any version of the Bible in English.
The unsuspecting reader who trips over strings of Hebrew names in Leviticus will appreciate this new reference work! It sets the standard for the preferred American pronunciation of more than 7,000 words. Included are all proper names (and variations), Hebrew and Greek terms (such as agape and torah) currently used in English, and Bible study terms (such as eschatology and hermeneutics). The simple pronunciation key at the bottom of each page uses only English letters, no symbols. 192 pages, softcover.
Publishers Description The most authoritative and easy-to-use Bible pronunciation guide available--for use with any version of the Bible in English.
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Easy to Use (I Use It Almost Every Week) Sep 29, 2007
I used to serve under a very exacting Senior Pastor who was a stickler for proper pronunciation. This was easy to use and helped me avoid being scolded.
A Must for Lectors Mar 31, 2007
This book is a must for those who read the Bible in public. If you don't have one, get one; or suggest that your church get one for all the lectors to use. Put it next to the Bible on the lecturn and USE IT. For those who want a reliable, easy to use, reference tool, this book is for you, too.
One of my favorite Bible tools! Jan 17, 2000
How would you pronounce the following Bible characters names: Abiathar, Absalom, Adonijah, Ittai, Shimei? Bible Pronunciation Guide is one of my favorite Bible tools. Whether just for personal study or giving a Sunday lesson I owe it to myself & my audience to pronounce the names of the Bible characters correctly. If you want to know more about the biblical characters names you are pronouncing, read THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE BOOK OF PROVERBS by Cody Jones. Numerous characters from the Bible are pointed out who illustrate King Solomon's witty observations on human nature.