Strongs Exhaustive Concordance (Updated ED)*

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SKU: 9781598566932
Author: Strong, James
ISBN-13: 9781598566932


Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible (Updated Edition)
By: James Strong

This revised edition of Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance takes James Strong’s monumental work and updates it to be even more useful to the modern reader.
It maintains all of the features that have made Strong’s indispensable for over 100 years:
¥ 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
¥ Uses the Strong’s numbering system which is used in many of the new study tools of today

And adds new features that make it even more useful:
¥ Corrected, updated, and expanded using the latest computer technology
¥ Extra-clear typesetting and page design make this edition readable and easy to navigate
¥ Updated and improved Hebrew and Greek dictionaries tie each word to the Greek or Hebrew root
¥ Includes maps and additional Bible study aids
¥ Clear edge-tab indexing for handier use
¥ New, extra-clear and easy-to-read typeface
¥ 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 Hebrea nd Greek dictionaries give brief definitions of the each word of the original languages
¥ Clear edge-tab indexing for handier use

ISBN-13: 9781598566932
Size: 8 5/16 x 10 7/8 inches
Binding: Hardcover
Weight: 5.0 lbs
Publisher: Hendrickson (2009)
Author: Strong, James

1 review for Strongs Exhaustive Concordance (Updated ED)*

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    My first Strongs Concordance, was a gift on my 21st birthday from the christian assembly where I was baptised and received into fellowship some three years earlier. 2 Timothy 2:15 “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth,” was part of the inscription written inside. Using the book, I quickly saw the value of not presuming to understand scripture just because I was familiar with words in English. Discovering the meaning of the original Greek or Hebrew, brought a better understanding to many verses. My purchase of an updated edition has again taken my bible studies to a new level, by reason of the CD included. I now have the entire Strongs Concordance loaded to my PC, and studying scripture couldn’t be easier or more enlightening.

    The King James Bible is generally considered to be a literal translation, and in my opinion is better suited for the study of scripture and more to be trusted than Bibles that are a ‘dynamic expression’. The CD version of Strongs Concordance, includes a tab where every word or phrase in the bible, is followed by the number of the Greek or Hebrew from which it is translated. Hovering your mouse over the number brings up a word balloon full of detail. Clicking on the number opens this information in a window separate from the text. Without having to turn pages or scan line after line, you will instantly see the original word, an English spelling, the phonetic pronunciation, and the full dictionary entry. One tab away and you will have a list of every location in scripture this word can be found, and all of the various English words used to translate it (according to context.) When root words are mentioned, a number list on the side of the screen allows you to quickly look at that word, and a back arrow returns you to your previous entry.

    There are many other features to the program, including Matthew Henry’s Commentary, Treasury of Scripture comments, and space to enter your own notes. (I prefer to copy and paste to my own word document.) You can open Daily Devotions written by Spurgeon, or create your own prayer list file.

    I find my first edition of the CD has a few edits needed. Sometimes it tells me a word appears twice in a verse when clearly it does not; the count then, of how many times a word is translated a certain way, is not an accurate number. Hovering the mouse over any other number, such as Psalm or a verse, and the program will suggest a Greek or Hebrew entry that number corresponds to. These are minor nuisances and in no way lessens the value of the resource.

    I have yet to actually use the book that the CD came with, but my purchase has proven invaluable for the ease and quickness that uploading Strongs Concordance to my PC, has brought to my study of scripture.

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