Pub. Date: Oct. 01, 2003
Meet the Authors
Dr. Eugene Carpenter was the Scholar-in-Residence and Professor of Old Testament, Biblical Theology and Hebrew at Bethel College in Mishawaka, Indiana. Dr. Carpenter authored or contributed to twenty-one books, including a commentary on the Book of Exodus in the NICOT Series and a commentary on the Book of Daniel.
Dr. Carpenter held several degrees: B.A., Bethel College; M.Div., Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary; Ph.D. in Old Testament and Semitic Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary. He taught at colleges and seminaries around the country. He regularly led academic study trips to Jerusalem University College in Israel.
With over 2000 pages one should expect to get a bit more information than the Strong dictionnary. This may be the case for certain entries. But not for what I was looking for. I searched for the word geshem which means both rain and body. Since these are very different words, I was wondering why this is so, what is the root of it etc. However, there is not more info than in Strong's. $40 spent for nothing...