Item description for New Strongs Exhaustive Concordance-Value Serie S/S (New Strongs Series) by James Strong...
Overview This edition of a legendary classic puts generations of biblical research at readers' fingertips, with all the features of a full-sized concordance in a smaller, more convenient form.
"Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible" has been the standard Bible concordance for pastors, scholars, and laypersons for over a century.
The Nelson's Super Value Series edition provides the classic Strong's features in a smaller, more convenient form. And unlike smaller-sized editions that call themselves "Strong's." this portable "New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance" is truly exhaustive. It indexes every word of the King James Version, including articles, conjunctions, and prepositions. Not one word has been left out.
This handbook-sized edition of "The New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance" gives you the in-depth reference information you want-wherever you need it: in class, at Bible study, or at home. Join the millions who regularly turn to Strong's to look up a verse or discover the Hebrew or Greek word behind an important bible term. "The New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance" in a new size for extra value
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.3" Width: 6.7" Height: 2.3" Weight: 3 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2003
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Series New Strongs Series
ISBN 0785250565 ISBN13 9780785250562
Availability 430 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 23, 2017 12:28.
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More About James Strong
James Strong (1822-1894) was born in New York and graduated from Wesleyan University. Although a Methodist layman, he was professor of biblical literature at Troy University and of exegetical theology at Drew Theological Seminary. Dr. Strong was the author of a number of works, including the famous Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible.
James Strong was born in 1822 and died in 1894.
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Reviews - What do customers think about New Strongs Exhaustive Concordance-Value Serie S/S?
Overwhelmed Mar 19, 2007
If you are true to understanding the Bible to the last word, this is the book for you. Every word from every page in the Bible, its definition and translation in several languages. At first I was overwhelmed with all the information in this book, but to better understand the Bible from its original writing to its modern-day translation there is no better book to guide you in understanding the exact meaning of each and every word in the Bible.
New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance Jan 11, 2007
the book arrived timely, in excellent shape and has been very helpful in my bible study group
The only concordance you will ever need Nov 24, 2006
The Old Testament was originally written in Hebrew and the New Testament was originally written in Greek and what we have in our English Bibles is English interpretations of these languages. Anyone who has learnt a second language knows it can be difficult to accurately render what is said in one language into another especially with the Hebrew that often had many different meanings for the same word. Take 1 Chronicles 16:30 which reads "Tremble before him, all the earth; Indeed the earth has been made and it can't be moved" Some who read that will say ah, the bible says the earth doesn't spin. The word that is rendered movable here is Strong's word 4131 and when we look that up in the Concordance we find the Hebrew word means "to slip, shake, fall -- be carried, cast, be out of course, be fallen, in decay" we can see that the original Hebrew doesn't say anything about the earth spinning it says the earth can't be moved out of its place. Very few English bibles will give you that impression from their interpretation and with a book like this you don't have to blindly trust their English interpretations any more!
There are 6 sections to this book: The first is the main concordance, this section lists all the words in the bible (based on the King James Version) along with all the verses that use this word and Strong's word number for the original word. This section is index from A to Z to help you find the word you're after. The second section is an Appendix to the first section this just covers small words such as And, Are, For, etc. The Third section is the Hebrew dictionary in numeric order. The fourth section is the Greek dictionary in numeric order. The fifth section looks at the biblical law, Jewish calendars, measurements and other supplements. The sixth and last section is the topical index to the bible. This is a huge and bulky book but as it says on the back and its true "Its the Only Concordance you will every really need" This book is definitely worth the investment. It is a large and bulky book which can make it awkward to carry but it does use a reasonable sized fault that I found clear and easy to read. The information this book gives you makes its large size irrelevant and if you're a bible student you're putting yourself at a disadvantage if you don't have this book!
If you really want to know what the bible says this is definitely the book to get. This concordance is still the best selling Concordance and for good reason. One disadvantage however, this book is dated and you may want to get a supplementary title such as Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary to update it. Strong's dictionary is not like Vine's which goes into detail on the original meaning of the word. Strong's dictionary is very basic, it will give you a general idea of the word's meaning in its original language but it doesn't give you much more than that. You may want to invest in an Interlinear with Strong's numbers. I have a number of these and they allow you to go straight to the dictionary and make things faster and easier. If you have an Interlinear with Strong's numbers you can avoid the need for the King James Bible for the Hebrew/Greek dictionaries which you will probably use the most. The King James Version is used the most in the Concordance and Topic Index of the Bible.
STRONG'S Nov 9, 2006
THIS BOOK IS EXCELLENT FOR BIBLE STUDY PURPOSES. IT IS DICTIONARY OF THE HEBREW, CHALDEE AND GREEK WORDS.
Wonderful book! Jul 3, 2006
It's wonderful and helpful book! If we want to learn more about a topic and we can't find Bible verse. Then, we can look up in New Stong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible book and find the topic faster! We enjoy it and thank you!!!!