Evangelical Dictionary of Theology

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The Evangelical Dictionary of Theology is a Christian reference work published by Baker Books. It was first published in 1984, with a second edition appearing in 2001. The general editor is Walter A. Elwell. It was a successor to Baker's Dictionary of Theology.[1]

John Jefferson Davis describes it as a "first-class piece of evangelical scholarship",[2] while David Dockery calls it an "outstanding contribution to the fields of biblical, historical and systematic theology."[3]


  1. ^ McIntosh, John A. (1985). "Evangelical Dictionary of Theology". Fides et Historia 17 (2): 90–95. 
  2. ^ Davis, John Jefferson (1985). "Evangelical Dictionary of Theology". Trinity Journal 6 (1): 97–98. 
  3. ^ Dockery, David S. (1986). "Evangelical Dictionary of Theology". Criswell Theological Review 1: 200–201.