John R. Kohlenberger III, James Swanson, James StrongZondervan / 2002 / HardcoverOur Price$31.994.5 out of 5 stars for The Strongest Strong's Exhaustive Concordance, Larger-Print Edition. View reviews of this product. 23 Reviews
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Biblelady5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent ResourceJanuary 3, 2022BibleladyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Just what i was looking for to add to my library and it has large print. Very well done.
watrsflo5 Stars Out Of 5Great Addition to Serious Bible StudtOctober 22, 2021watrsfloQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This volume is a superlative reference tool for deep Bible study. I purchased the Large Print version and am happily able to read its still small print with just my readers - without needing a magnifying glass. I'm very content with my purchase.
laurie5 Stars Out Of 5the strongest StrongJuly 23, 2021laurieJust what I needed to help with recognition of word meaning in context
gerald5 Stars Out Of 5new strongsFebruary 25, 2021geraldpowerful tool for scriptural research.
WhitesaberArizonaAge: Over 65Gender: Male4 Stars Out Of 5Strongest Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceMarch 26, 2020WhitesaberArizonaAge: Over 65Gender: MaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4First of all, the text is large and easy to read. The Concordance gives the number of times a word or name is used in the entire Bible, which is kinda cool. The Concordance uses standard text for the Strong's numbers for the Hebrew-Aramaic, (Old Testament), and italic text for the Strong's numbers for the Greek, (New Testament), which is also cool. The phrases spoken by Christ are put in a slightly darkened box under the word or name, another cool feature.
The Concordance is printed in such a way that the information on the right side of the left side page and the left side of the right side page are somewhat difficult to read as the text runs too far and into the crevice where the pages go together. Also, the Hebrew-Aramaic and the Greek Dictionaries are simplified and incomplete when compared to some other Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries. Very many of the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek words have a myriad of meanings. The Dictionaries contained in this Concordance only give the most common, or most commonly accepted definition(s), of the Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek words. Not that this is bad, it is simply incomplete.
All in all, the Strongest Strong's Exhaustive is a good tool and certainly worth the money, especially for the novice or casual student of the Bible. However, because of the incomplete definitions, a serious student will probably want to get something that has complete definitions of the original text of the Bible.
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