If you want to know what the Bible says about topics like computers or nutrition or psychology, you may not find them in regular concordances. Where to Find It in the Bible helps you locate specific Bible references to thousands of different subjects!
This is a contemporary concordance that uses common phrases to help you locate biblical sources on a myriad of subjects, both traditional and offbeat.Useful to Bible readers, students, Sunday school teachers, youth directors, counselors, pastors, or anyone who wants to find - using everyday speech - relevant Bible passages quickly and easily. An A-to-Z listing of topics puts key Scriptures at your fingertips, without heavy theological language. Includes humorous illustrations throughout.
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A Very Basic Topical Concordance
Over four million of Ken Anderson's Where to Find it in the Bible are in print. I received it as a baptism gift back in 96 when the concordance was first published by Thomas Nelson. The back cover states that key Scriptures are placed at your fingertips without a lot of fancy theological language. That kind of description helps you understand that the book is not intended for a serious student of the Bible. If you are wanting a simple reference to help you find out what the Bible says about a variety of subjects such as finances, marriage, and war, this bestseller might be what you are looking for. I do believe that Mr. Anderson's interpretation concerning certain topics is off at times and that the illustrations are very childlike - the type of art that my sixth graders might produce. Despite these criticisms, I think Where to Find it in the Bible could be very useful for seekers and new believers of all ages.