This reference guide of over six thousand Biblical names and terms helps you locate your favorite biblical passages. Formatted as a dictionary, its topics range from people and cultures to religious terms.
Publisher: Castle Books
Reading the Bible provides inspiration and hope to millions of people worldwide, but sometimes the language and geography leaves readers with questions. This reference guide of over six thousand Biblical names and terms helps you locate your favorite biblical passages. Formatted as a dictionary, its topics range from people and cultures to religious terms. As a concordance, it also includes places and events keyed to verse in the King James Bible. From Abraham to Jerusalem, and from Frankincense to Queen Jezebel, this dictionary can help you learn about and truly understand the people and terms used in the Bible.
Allows the reader to easily find all biblical occurrences of a word in the King James Version; points the reader to the underlying Hebrew and Greek words using the Strong?s numbering system; updated Hebrew and Greek dictionaries give brief ...
Author: James Strong
Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers
Allows the reader to easily find all biblical occurrences of a word in the King James Version; points the reader to the underlying Hebrew and Greek words using the Strong?s numbering system; updated Hebrew and Greek dictionaries give brief definitions of each word of the original languages.?Cover.
This handsome, folio-sized reference contains 1,500 full color photographs and other illustrations. In addition to nearly 100 maps in the text, the book contains a section of satellite photographs of the Holy Land. -- back cover.
Author: Geoffrey Wigoder
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Finally, a Bible reference book that fills the needs of the entire family. Whether you are a student, a scholar, a member of the clergy, or simply a religious seeker, This book will enhance your knowledge and appreciation of the Bible -- as history, as literature, and as testimony of faith. Among its features: Concise, informative entries for 3,500 biblical names, including every person and place mentioned in the Book of Books. The entries also cover families, dynastics, tribes, neighboring cultures, religious rituals and practices, archaeological sites, cities, animals, plants and more. This 1,000+ page dictionary doubles as a concordance, providing biblical citations for all the people and places of the Bible. This handsome, folio-sized reference contains 1,500 full color photographs and other illustrations. In addition to nearly 100 maps in the text, the book contains a section of satellite photographs of the Holy Land. -- back cover.
A single-volume Bible desk reference, based on the King James edition, features an alphabetical listing of important words with cross-referencing, illustrations, definitions of 3,500 biblical names, and more.
A multi-purpose Bible study resource tool. All the essentials you need to study the biblical text without having to know Hebrew or Greek. Provides definition, explanation, and concordance entries.
Author: James Strong
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Incorporated
A multi-purpose Bible study resource tool. All the essentials you need to study the biblical text without having to know Hebrew or Greek. Provides definition, explanation, and concordance entries. Dr. James Strong, formerly professor of exegetical theology at Drew Theological Seminary, spent more than thirty-five years preparing his landmark concordance. First published in 1890 with the help of more than one hundred colleagues, Strong's remains the definitive concordance compiled on the King James Version of the Bible. W. E. Vine, M.A. (1873-1949) was a classical scholar, skilled expositor, and a trustworthy theologian. Recognized internationally for his outstanding Greek scholarship, his Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words, first published in 1939, represents the fruit of his lifetime labors and is an unsurpassed classic in its field.
Practical, reliable, and understandable, here is the concordance every student of the Bible should have.
Author: George W. Knight
Publisher: Barbour Pub Incorporated
Here’s the perfect tool for understanding scripture better—the Layman’s Bible Concordance, providing more than 1,800 entries and 10,000 references for the most significant Bible verses! Based on the King James Version, the Layman’s Bible Concordance also features helpful phrase entries (for example, “Seek the Lord” and “Eternal Life,”) and key word indicators (for example, “Faith Chapter of the Bible” and “Plagues Against Egypt”). With all entries carefully selected for their biblical significance, the Layman’s Bible Concordance is an excellent resource for everyday Bible study.
We encourage the reader of the Jubilee Bible 2000: Concordance & Dictionary to check back from time-to-time, to look for updates to this volume, as we will continue to add to and/or correct this resource as clarity is given by the Holy ...
Author: Russell M. Stendal
Publisher: Ransom Press International
The Jubilee Bible 2000: Concordance & Dictionary is a companion resource that will enhance the study of the Holy Scriptures by guiding the reader in finding the significance of important words, as well as the meanings of proper Greek and Hebrew names. While the reader will find this Concordance and Dictionary applicable to nearly any English version of the Bible, the Concordance is especially effective when studying the Jubilee Bible (JUB). This is because the Jubilee Bible stands apart from most other versions printed since the beginning of the last century. In the Jubilee Bible (JUB) the usage and context tends to define each key word so you don’t have to blindly rely on theological dictionaries or reference materials that may, wittingly or unwittingly, include any type of prejudice or bias. Careful attention has been made to properly and consistently translate each key word, through the first usage and on through to the last, avoiding the use of synonyms. Then, as a given word makes its way across the Old Testament and you make the correct match with the corresponding Greek word in the New Testament, an amazing pattern emerges. The Jubilee Bible is the only translation we know of that has made a serious attempt to mate each unique Hebrew word (and subsequently its Greek equivalent) with a unique English word (using the common English of William Tyndale and the extraordinary Hebrew scholarship of Casiodoro de Reina of the early Reformation), so that the usage (and number of occurrences of each key word) sets forth the idea of what God means by each word, as defined by the actual context in Scripture. We encourage the reader of the Jubilee Bible 2000: Concordance & Dictionary to check back from time-to-time, to look for updates to this volume, as we will continue to add to and/or correct this resource as clarity is given by the Holy Spirit.
With this fully corrected, updated version of the famous Strong's dictionary, Bible students and teachers have access to the famous Strong's Hebrew and Greek dictionaries in one volume. A completely new and exclusive English word index shows which Greek and Hebrew words are translated into specific English words and how often each translation occurs. This is the ultimate reference tool for pastors, scholars, students and those who enjoy word studies.
Author: TruthBeTold MinistryPublish On: 2017-09-26
This is important if it is to be of practical usage, but it also means the size of this format is substantially larger than the standard King James Bible.
Author: TruthBeTold Ministry
Publisher: TRUTHBETOLD MINISTRY JOERN ANDRE HALSETH
This publication contains King James Bible (1611, Pure Cambridge Version) (The Old Testament and The New Testament) translation. It holds 2 dictionaries. It has 1,596,239 references and shows 3 formats of The Bible. It includes King James Bible (The Old Testament and The New Testament) formatted in a read and navigation friendly format, or the Navi-format for short. Then it includes King James Bible (The Old Testament and The New Testament) coupled with 393,828 Cross References from the open source project at OpenBible.info. And the Cross References are not just a reference, but includes the full copy of the referenced verse in place. This is important if it is to be of practical usage, but it also means the size of this format is substantially larger than the standard King James Bible. It includes the King James Strongs Bible (The Old Testament and The New Testament) where every word is linked to the original in The Strongs Concordance. The Hebrew in The Old Testament. The Greek in The New Testament. We have included the gematria calculations to the Hebrew words. For the Greek Strongs the gematria is also calculated. Niqquds in Hebrew is not supported in this ebook. Most of the verses in the Bible formats are interlinked, so switching from one format to the other is usually only a click away. How the general Bible-navigation works: A Testament has an index of its books. The Testaments reference each other in the book index. Each book has a reference to The Testament it belongs to. Each book has a reference to the previous and or next book. Each book has an index of its chapters. Each chapter has a reference to the book it belongs to. Each chapter reference the previous and or next chapter. Each chapter has an index of its verses. Each verse is numbered and reference the chapter it belongs to. Each verse starts on a new line for better readability. Any reference in an index brings you to the location. The Built-in table of contents reference all books in all formats. Hebrew Strongs Concordance; There are 8674 Hebrew root words as used in the Old Testament, part of the Strong's Concordance, an index of every word in the King James Version. Greek Strong's Concordance; There are 5523 Greek root words as used in NT and Part of the Strong's Concordance, an index of every word in the King James Version. We believe we have built one of the best if not the best navigation there is to be found in an ebook such as this! It puts any verse at your fingertips and is perfect for the quick lookup. And the combination of King James Bible, the dictionaries, the concordance and its navigation makes this ebook unique.
As with the first Strongest Strong's, this edition is written with unprecedented accuracy and clarity by John Kohlenberger and James Swanson. Longstanding errors from the original have been corrected and omissions filled in.
Author: James Strong
Compares and merges the Portland Index with Strong's 1894 Concordance, the result enhanced by comparison with the electronic edition of the Cambridge Paragraph Bible of 1873. Features a topical /conceptual reference, maps, a harmony of the gospels, the Hebrew calendar, and Jesus' parables.