Word StudiesThe Dake Annotated Reference Bible strictly adheres to a literal interpretation of Scripture. Where figurative language is used, the literal meaning is sought out.
Naturally, this involves a careful look at the words themselves, both in English and in the original Greek and Hebrew as well. Such word studies not only greatly enrich one's understanding of Scripture, but they often make the critical difference in "rightly dividing the word of truth" (2 Tim. 2:15).
To illustrate the power of this feature, we've created several pages which exemplify the type of excellent study material you can find throughout the Dake Bible.
Word Studies are just one of the many reasons why we think you'll agree that the Dake Bible is the ultimate study Bible!
Potiphar and his wife
Israel "borrowing" from Egypt
The hardening of Pharaoh's Heart
The Glory of God in Moses' face
The Glory of the Lord
Living a Long Life
Sickness and Disease