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KJV Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible-Burgundy Genuine Leather Indexed (New Style)


KJV Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible-Burgundy Genuine Leather Indexed (New Style)
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The Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible combines essential tools for Hebrew and Greek with translations that accurately and clear. An easy-to-use style plus the benefits of the Strong's Dictionary numbering system makes this study Bible one for every student of God's Word, no matter what age.

The Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible is a complete English Bible text for cross-reference study to the original languages from which the Bible was translated.

Features: 

  • ISBN-13: 9781617159848

  • ISBN-10: 1617159840

  • Size: 9.5" x 7.25" x 1.75"

  • Font Size: 9.1 pt.
  • NEW! Wider margins than previous editions

  • Indented Thumb Index Tabs
  • Ribbon Marker
  • Presentation Page
  • Introduction to each book of the Bible

  • Words of Christ in Red

  • Table of Weights and Measures

  • AMG's Concordance of the Bible

  • NEW! AMG's Annotated Strong's Dictionaries

  • Combining Strong's dictionaries with additional material taken from AMG's Complete Word Study Dictionaries

  • Footnotes on the original languages, Bible history, Bible doctrines, and difficult passages

  • Strong's numbers on key words in the text of the Bible

  • Grammatical codes on key words in the text of the New Testament

  • Used with the Grammatical Notations, these codes identify the forms of Greek grammar behind the English translation
     

System of Study

  • Key Words in the English Text Identified by James Strong's Numbering System

  • Codes in the New Testament Text Identify Grammatical Structure of Key Greek Words

  • Notations Explain the Significance of the Grammatical Codes

  • Hebrew and Greek Word Studies

  • Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries

  • Center-column Reference System

  • Concordance