Russian Language Concordance to the Holy Bible / Symphony on the canonical books of Holy Scripture with Strong's numbers / Симфония на канонические книги Священного Писания с номерами Стронга / Bible for everyone 2014 / Red Hard cover
Russian Language Concordance to the Holy Bible / Symphony on the canonical books of Holy Scripture with Strong's numbers / Симфония на канонические книги Священного Писания с номерами Стронга
Hard cover 2014
ISBN: 9785745413346 / 978-5745413346
Publisher: Bible for everyone
Dimensions: 180x236x35 mm
Red hard cover and golden page edges. Two column text.
"Симфония на канонические книги Священного Писания с номерами Стронга" продолжает серию справочных изданий Христианского общества "Библия для всех", в которую вошли "Полная симфония на канонические книги Священного Писания" (1996), "Полная симфония на неканонические книги Священного Писания" (2000), двухтомная "Симфония на канонические книги Священного Писания с еврейскими и греческими указателями"(2003), а также "Еврейско-русский и греческо-русский словарь-указатель на канонические книги Священного Писания"(2005). Все эти издания предназначены для того, чтобы сделать работу с Библией более удобной.
The volume includes the text of the complete 1998 symphony. + Strong numbers (marked in the right column) you can find out what Hebrew or Greek words are in the source texts. Having learned the number from this symphony, you can refer to other reference publications (Dictionary-Index to the Canonical Books of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 3), compiled on the basis of Strong's numbering, and find out which Hebrew or Greek words correspond to this word.
The headings of the articles in the symphony contain all the words included in the canonical books of Holy Scripture. The total number of words taken into account in the symphony is 564257, the total number of articles is 43104.
Words from the Bible are combined into articles by word forms. After indicating the contexts of the use of the Russian word, the numbers of the corresponding Hebrew and Greek words are given according to the James Strong system. Hebrew word numbers are in roman type and Greek word numbers in italics.
In a separate list at the end of the first volume, cardinal numbers starting from twenty-one and more are placed; for practical reasons, they are represented in the symphony by numbers (it is clear that the combination six hundred and three thousand five hundred and fifty is more convenient to look for if all cases of its use in the Bible are transmitted regardless of case forms). However, in the general part of the symphony, ordinal numbers remained (twenty-fourth, thirty-second, etc.), as well as forms in which the cardinal number takes on the meaning of a noun, for example, one hundred in the sense of "hundred".
As in the 1998 edition of the Complete Symphony, articles with words that are not significant in Bible verse searches were truncated. This was done in order to reduce the volume, and therefore the cost, so that the book would become accessible to a wider range of people.
Studying the Bible using James Strong's numbering helps you understand the meaning of the biblical text more accurately.
For example, it can be determined that the Coal Gate is not the gate through which coal was transported, but one that was located on the corner of the city wall or was built in the shape of a corner.
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