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Strong's Concordance, is a concordance of the King James Bible (KJV) that was constructed under the direction of Dr. James Strong (1822–1894) and first published in 1890.
A concordance lets the reader directly compare how the same word may be used elsewhere in the Bible. In this way Strong's Notes provides an independent check against translations, and offers an opportunity for greater, and more technically accurate understanding of the Bible text.
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Ratings and Reviews
Strong’s Concordance review
I used this Strong’s Concordance for years with no problems and I loved using it, but when I upgraded my system to OS X El Capitan the program will not work correctly and I can not dp word search or look up words. I have tride to updat the program but the little gearwheel just continues to go in circles and it will not upgrade. I tried sendting an e-mail to the company but never received a response.
Follow-up To My Followup - of March 22, 2014 Review of This App
In my original followup, I expressed concern regarding the Word search feature of this application. It appeared it was not picking up all the verses containing the word being searched for.
This was a result of comparing total verse count by this app, for a given word, to the total verse count in a Hendrickson Hard Bound Paper version of Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance.
Looking into this a little futhur, I noticed that the Hendrickson version of Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance was listing the searched word by occurance, rather than by verse count only - thus the reason for the discrepancy.
The good news - the Word Search feature on this app is working accurately and is perfectly fine.
My apologies, for causing any concern!
Cool but bare minimum
App has a ton of potential if it ever got updated or if the support email was actually valid. There is no support, so what you see is a very basic concordance. No forward or back functionality, which menans if you click on a reference scripture connected to the word you clicked, that is where you're stuck unless you manually select your original scripture again. No pop up with the reference scripture (what it shows in sample images) or separate window for that reference. You have to do that every. single. time. It's not user friendly for research or studying becuase its super frustrating to use with the archaic functionality. Disappointed that i can't use it but i hope it gets better soon.
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