Can anyone recommend a best detailed Bible concordance?
I am a Baptist if that helps at all.
- wefmeisterLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Strong's and Young's are both Exhaustive Concordances (every word in the Bible), Crudens is not exhaustive to my knowledge. I assume you read KJV if Baptist, but I think you can get either Strong's or Young's also in NIV or NASB
- Anonymous4 years ago
Strongs Exhaustive Concordance; The Interlinear Bible; The New Defender's Study Bible; The King James Version Bible. I would also recommend some excellent Lexicons
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible
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- 1 decade ago
If you use a computer, Nelsons Electronic library includes several translations of the scriptures a couple of commentary's, and of course Strong's concordance and Hebrew and Greek lexicon.
- n_007penLv 41 decade ago
Strongs is the answer. Even though its already been posted. But, always remember to pray first. Thats the reason mankind in themselves cant understand the Bible. As Brother Paul says; The nature man receiveth "not" the things of the Spirit of God; because they are foolisness unto him. Neither can he know them, becasue they are spiritual discern.
It is God's Word. But, without his Spirit to guide, it will be as it is to the World. Just another religious book.Source(s): People nit-pick about what Version of the Bible to use. However, there are "slights" of human errors in all of them. Especially the NIV, when it comes to actually Greek words. But, God's Holy Spirit guides us through all the slights of differences.
- 1 decade ago
Strongs for the strong Christian, Youngs for the young, and Crudens for the crudeSource(s): Me
- robert mLv 71 decade ago
- Deirdre HLv 71 decade ago
I like Strongs, which is exhaustive.