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By organizing entries according to the original Hebrew and Greek words, Young's is designed to allow any student of the Bible to distinguish and analyze important shades of meaning and to gain a deeper appreciation and better understanding of the sacred text.
The predominating benefit to the user of Young's is the unique organization and arrangement. For every English word in the Bible, the analytical arrangement of Young's provides the following:
- The original Hebrew or Greek word or words
- The literal meaning of every such word
- The thoroughly true and reliable parallel passages
- Over 310,000 biblical references
- Clarifies which Hebrew or Greek words are translated by more than one English word, as well as which English words are used to translate multiple Hebrew or Greek words
- The proper names of persons and places are included in their alphabetical order, with the literal meaning of each, where identifiable
Number of Pages: 1205
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Publication Date: 2011
|Dimensions: 11.0 X 8.5 X 1.5 (inches)|
Availability: In Stock
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A standard Biblical concordance, Youngs 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.
Mary K Binford5 Stars Out Of 5Young's Analytical Concordance to the BibleFebruary 23, 2015Mary K BinfordExcellent reference resource. Very helpful to enrich and expand Bible study and knowledge.
Vensy5 Stars Out Of 5TRUE TREASURE!December 21, 2014VensyThis is a very good and practical Bible Concordance that everyone who wants to study to Bible should get.
LEMUEL DAVIS5 Stars Out Of 5OVER STRONG'S CONCORDANCEAugust 4, 2014LEMUEL DAVISQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This Youndg's Analytical Concordance is better then a James strong's concordance or any other Strongest strongs and other strongs concordance i mean wayyyyyyyy!!! better for the simple fact that its all packaged in one it has the following: Greek and Hebrew words, English translation of the meaning of those Hebrew and Greek words and its own English concordance to every Bible Scripture passage on where that Hebrew or Greek word was translated.
Not only that it has the lexicon on the Back of the book to go a little further on those Greek and Hebrew words, It doesn't confuse you with multiple different definition words from the Greek or Hebrew when looking up a word leaving you with multiple choices on which word to pick in changing a doctrine. The Strong's Concordance will give you a multiple choice on a Geek or Hebrew word for Exam: It will have a Greek word as Kosmos = and when you look it up it has multiple different meanings leaving you confused on what word to pick in its proper translation. The Young's Analytical Concordance is accurate the Greek or Hebrew definitions leaving you with the same doctrine but with a more powerful and deeper meaning showing you what it really meant and bringing out the Hebrew or Greek text in its proper translation from the original Tongues.
The this is cheaper and a steal it has high quality paper and the book is big as a Strong's and heavy I loved it when i held it, thick and nice to hold accurate and exhausting and much easy to use then a strong's every ting is there on that page and it shows you the greek and Hebrew text of that word, having a strongs concordance Eaaaaaaaaaa its up to the buyer.
PopPopsGirlAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5November 16, 2012PopPopsGirlAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Great concordance to have. Very comprehensive. I think it's better than Strongs.
Kansas RonTopeka, KansasAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Good Bible resourceJanuary 4, 2012Kansas RonTopeka, KansasAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a good, easy to use bible resource. Price & service is excellent.
Q: need background information on author Robert Young re his concordance
Robert Young was educated in private schools and served as an apprentice to a printing business. He used his spare time to study foreign and ancient languages and eventually did some translating work. He joined the Free Church and started teaching. Later in life he started printing and selling books on his own. He was a moderate Calvinist, simple Presbyterian, and a strong textual critic/theologian. This book "Young's Analytical Concordance to the Bible" contains every word in alphabetical order utilizing the original Hebrew or Greek.