Item description for Young's Analytical Concordance to the Bible by Robert Young...
A standard Biblical concordance, Young's casts all words in the Bible into alphabetical order and arranges them under their respective original words. This helps the reader to analyze more accurately the various uses of the original Hebrew and Greek words. Includes over 300,000 biblical references.
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Studio: Hendrickson Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.2" Width: 8.8" Height: 2.3" Weight: 6.55 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1998
Publisher HENDRICKSON PUBLISHER #40
Edition $Uper $Aver
ISBN 0917006291 ISBN13 9780917006296
Reviews - What do customers think about Young's Analytical Concordance to the Bible?
Young's concordance Mar 27, 2007
I have had several of these in the past and it is the only one that I will ever give to people to study with. It easier to use than a Strong's concordance. I've tried the Strong's in the past and it always took to many pages to turn to find what I was looking for, and I can find better prices on the Young's. A lot of bibles are set up with the Strong's number indexing system,but I still like the Hebrew or Greek writing being right there with the scriptures as they are used. Ex. "word" is logos, or rhema; in the Greek, and atleast six different ones in the Hebrew. I can see all these by turning one page. This is the best study book!
Mostly Happy Mar 20, 2007
This book is an awesome study tool- however there are words missing as I discovered in my last study session. I have found so far 3 items not listed that are listed in other concordances. The information that is there is great. It is a very helpful tool and I will get lots of use from it. Well organized and easy to use. Arrived promptly and in great condition.
Great for development & growth Jul 4, 2006
When I was a young christian (20+ yrs ago) surrounded by so much wonderful & sometimes wacky teaching - it was important to be able to have a resourse that would allow me to question what I was reading/hearing. Young's concordance - even though it was for a different bible translation that I used - was immensely invaluable at helping me make sense. I didn't have to jump back + forth looking at numbers etc.. it was all there in front of me. With teachers/preachers using greek/hebrew terms to promote specific doctrines etc I appreciated having this book in order to check accuracy.. as well as use it for my regular study.. Best book other than the bible that I ever bought.. I would recommend it wholeheartedly.
A huge help Mar 4, 2005
I purchased my first Young's concordance by accident. I was in the process of trying to figure out for myself, which was the most accurate English language rendition of the original Hebrew and Greek scriptures that I could lay my hands on. So I went down to a local Christian bookstore, and the only concordance they happened to have in stock was the Young's. Granted, it is based on the King James Bible, so you sometimes need to refer to one when searching for the Hebrew or Greek word/s that are related to a particular verse. The Young's is comprehensive and extremely easy to use. With the Young's, all you need do is look up the English word you are seeking and then you can see the Hebrew or Greek, all of their inflections, and all of the verses in which they are used, right there. Strong's also has it's uses, and I have a Strong's as well, but my Young's gets the greater use as it is easier and faster to use than the Strong's, where you have to look up the word, and then look up the Hebrew or Greek according to a reference number. Both concordances are excellent. But I prefer to use the Young's.
Excellent Bible Study Aid! May 10, 2004
In my humble opinion, I believe Young's is an excellent aid for anyone who either:
1. Wants to know more about the Bible. 2. Can remember (like I sometimes do) certain words of a verse but not remembering the location of the verse in the Bible.
While some folks make more of an issue of the specific Bible translation (KJV, NASB, NIV, etc.) Young uses, I prefer to have the bigger picture in mind (like trying to remember where a verse is located!). I have remind myself that Young's is a Bible study supplement and not a Bible translation.
All in all, an excellent and highly recommended supplement to God's Holy Bible!