Bible students have enjoyed Cruden's easy-to-use format and portable size for over 250 years. 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 enabling the reader to quickly locate all of the occurrences of any given word in the Bible. It 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, and is handy for word studies or just for tracking down a favorite passage. Special features include: Cruden's original notes and comments on Bible places, names, and types, names and titles given to Jesus Christ, and titles and descriptions applied to the Church.
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Customer Reviews for Cruden's Complete Concordance, hardcover
Review 1 for Cruden's Complete Concordance, hardcover
Date:September 29, 2011
This is an essential element for the desk of any serious Bible student...and all Christians should be serious Bible students! This edition lays open nicely, and handles nicely. Of course the print is small; there are entries beyond belief...but it is not microscopic, as are the so-called portable editions. Very easy to use. I do wish the publishers would put out a leather bound edition, similar to a nice Bible...but until they do, this is the best I've seen.
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Review 2 for Cruden's Complete Concordance, hardcover
Date:April 23, 2009
The Cruden's concordance as a reference tool speaks for itself so I will comment on the physical aspects of this edition. This is a very nice reference at a great price. While the type is very small, the paper used is rather heavy so there is no ghosting from the other side of the page. The print is crisp and easy to read. Note one thing: the copy I received is 2" thick, not .75" as listed in the description, and it weighs about 2 pounds; probably due to the thick paper used. It is not very portable but more of a desktop reference. I am very pleased with this concordance.