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Cruden's Complete Concordance to the Old and New Testaments (1930)

by Alexander Cruden

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Bible students have enjoyed Cruden s easy-to-use format and portable size for over 250 years. Available in both cloth and soft cover editions, this valuable reference is handy for fast word studies or just for finding a favorite passage. It is ideal for busy Bible students, teachers, and pastors who need a convenient and portable concordance.Cruden's Complete Concordance enables the reader to quickly locate all of the occurrences of any given word in the Bible.- Includes an alphabetical listing of every word in the King James Version, along with over 200,000 chapter and verse references- A complete concordance to proper names in Scripture- Handy for word studies or just for tracking down a favorite passageSpecial features include: - Cruden's original notes and comments on Bible places, names, and types- Names and titles given to Jesus Christ- Titles and description applied to the Church… (more)
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Inside Cover "George C Shephard
Nov 6, 1852"
First cover page "Boltwoode 1869"
  GoshenMAHistory | Jul 10, 2022 |
This is a more Evangelical and Reformed concordance that Strong's. Strong was a Baptist.
  DRCLibrary | Feb 27, 2016 |
Bible dictionary referring to the Authorised Version.
  RubislawLibrary | Dec 6, 2013 |
Bible dictionary referring to the Authorised Version
  Rubislaw | Sep 26, 2013 |
It lists every word in the Bible, but this means every word in the English translation of the Bible and not the original language(s). I'm hoping the Internet does this but for Hebrew. If not, there's always DavkaWriter.
  raizel | Oct 25, 2012 |
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The third edition of Cruden's concordance, the last to be compiled by him, forms the basis for all subsequent editions. It was reset in octavo format in 1823, when Chalmers' Memoir was added. The most recent revision was in 1930, when the dictionary part of the concordance was drastically curtailed. Editions are generally printed three columns to the page, in a 6-point typeface. The arrangement is Keyword-out-of-context: each new indexed word is capitalized and centred on its column. The context of each occurrence is then given, each one on a new line, with no run-in. Indentation is employed when a word occurs more than once in the same book of the Bible. The enduring quality of the concordance owes as much to Cruden's careful attention to context and clarity of layout as it does to his accuracy. As a further aid to easy reference, frequently occurring words are split up and given several entries, according to the way they are phrased. For example, after a column or more of entries under place there are groups of entries for a place, high place, his place, etc.
Inevitably there are shortcuts. If an identical or similar phrase recurs, only the first occurrence is shown in full, the others receiving a bare mention of book, chapter and verse. Another shortcut is what would today be a see also reference: at the end of a list of entries the reader is instructed to see a related word.
added by KayCliff | editThe Indexer, John Farrow (Apr 1, 1996)
 

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Adams, A. D.Editorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Irwin, C.H.Editorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Waters, S. A.Editorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Bible students have enjoyed Cruden s easy-to-use format and portable size for over 250 years. Available in both cloth and soft cover editions, this valuable reference is handy for fast word studies or just for finding a favorite passage. It is ideal for busy Bible students, teachers, and pastors who need a convenient and portable concordance.Cruden's Complete Concordance enables the reader to quickly locate all of the occurrences of any given word in the Bible.- Includes an alphabetical listing of every word in the King James Version, along with over 200,000 chapter and verse references- A complete concordance to proper names in Scripture- Handy for word studies or just for tracking down a favorite passageSpecial features include: - Cruden's original notes and comments on Bible places, names, and types- Names and titles given to Jesus Christ- Titles and description applied to the Church

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