This publication contains King James Bible (1611, Pure Cambridge, Authorized Version) and World English Bible (2000) translation. It holds 9 dictionaries. It has 7,638,287 references and shows 5 formats of The Bible. It includes King James Bible and World English Bible formatted in a read and navigation friendly format, or the Navi-format for short. Here you will find each verse printed in the kjb-web order. Then it includes King James Bible coupled with 393,828 Cross References from the open source project at OpenBible.info. And the Cross References are not just a reference, but includes the full copy of the referenced verse in place. This is important if it is to be of practical usage, but it also means the size of this format is substantially larger than the standard King James Bible. In addition to this it also includes the standard 'plain vanilla' King James Bible to be. Especially easy to navigate, just like the other formats. It includes the King James Strongs Bible where every word is linked to the original in The Strongs Concordance. The Hebrew in The Old Testament. The Greek in The New Testament. We have included the gematria calculations to the Hebrew words. For the Greek Strongs the gematria is also calculated. Niqquds in Hebrew is not supported in this ebook. It includes the King James Bible and World English Bible, built for Text-To-Speech so your device can read it for you. Most of the verses in the Bible formats are interlinked, so switching from one format to the other is usually only a click away.
How the general Bible-navigation works:
● A Testament has an index of its books.
● The TTS format lists books and chapters after the book index.
● The Testaments reference each other in the book index.
● Each book has a reference to The Testament it belongs to.
● Each book has a reference to the previous and or next book.
● Each book has an index of its chapters.
● Each chapter has a reference to the book it belongs to.
● Each chapter reference the previous and or next chapter.
● Each chapter has an index of its verses.
● Each chapter in TTS reference same chapter in the Navi-format.
● Each verse is numbered and reference the chapter it belongs to.
● Each verse starts on a new line for better readability.
● In the TTS format the verse numbers are not shown.
● Any reference in an index brings you to the location.
● The Built-in table of contents reference all books in all formats.
Also included is the American Tract Society Bible Dictionary; American Tract Society Bible Dictionary holds entries of topics related to The Bible and is for general use in the study of its scriptures. It can be classified as a required reference book for any good study library and was first published in 1859 by William Rand and the American Tract Society. This is a text only version of that Dictionary. Smith's Bible Dictionary; Smith's Bible Dictionary holds 4560 entries, named after its author William Smith. It was originally published as a three volume set in 1863, in London and Boston, USA. It is a dictionary of the Bible comprising its antiquities, biography, geography, and natural history, edited by Smith and J. M. Fuller. Torrey's New Topical Textbook: Reuben Archer Torrey's The New Topical Text Book: A Scripture Text Book for the Use of Ministers, Teachers, and all Christian Workers. It was originally published by the Fleming H. Revell Company in 1897. It is a reference book or concordance for topics found in the Holy Bible and contains a subject index guide to topics found throughout the scriptures. The work contains some 620 entries and over 20,000 scripture references which are arranged alphabetically by topic title. This is a plain text version of the original publication. Webster's Unabridged Dictionary 1913: Webster's Unabridged Dictionary was authored by Noah Webster (1758–1843). He also authored reader and spelling books that dominated the American market at the time. He spent decades of research in compiling his dictionaries. His first dictionary, A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language, appeared in 1806. In it, he popularized features that would become a hallmark of American English spelling and it also included technical terms from the arts and sciences rather than confining his dictionary to literary words. In A Companion to the American Revolution (2008), John Algeo notes: "it is often assumed that characteristically American spellings were invented by Noah Webster. He was very influential in popularizing certain spellings in America, but he did not originate them. Rather he chose already existing options such as center, color and check on such grounds as simplicity, analogy or etymology". In William Shakespeare's first folios, for example, spellings such as center and color are the most common. He spent the next two decades working to expand his dictionary. Some 110.000 words from the Webster's Unabridged Dictionary is included in this publication. Nave's Topical Bible Concordance; Nave's Topical Bible Concordance is written by Orville James Nave (1841–1917). Nave, a chaplain in the United States Army, referred to his work as "the result of fourteen years of delight and untiring study of the Word of God." It is a topical concordance of the Bible, and contains Biblical references to 5320 topics. Scripture is quoted over 100,000 times; the same Scripture citation may appear under several headings. It took 14 years to complete. Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary; This dictionary is from "Hitchcock's New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible," written by Roswell D. Hitchcock in 1869. It contains 2737 entries from the Bible and Bible-related proper names and their meanings. Easton's Bible Dictionary; Easton's Bible Dictionary is a reference work on topics related to the Christian Bible authored by Matthew George Easton. The first edition was published in 1893 and a revised edition was published the following year. The most popular edition, however, was the third, which was published by Thomas Nelson in 1897, three years after Easton's death. This edition contains 3924 entries relating to the Bible from a 19th-century perspective. Many of the entries in Easton's are encyclopedic in nature, although there are also short dictionary-type entries. WordUsage Section; The Word Usage Section is a list of topics, names and definitions used throughout The Biblical texts. The topics chosen from are the ones in the dictionaries included with this publication. Hebrew Strongs Concordance; The Hebrew Strongs are the 8674 Hebrew root words as used in the Old Testament. It is part of the Strong's Concordance, an index of every word in the King James Version, constructed under the direction of James Strong. Greek Strongs Concordance; The Greek Strongs are the 5523 Greek root words as used in the New Testament. It is part of the Strong's Concordance, an index of every word in the King James Version, constructed under the direction of James Strong. Strong first published his Concordance in 1890, while professor of exegetical theology at Drew Theological Seminary.
We believe we have built one of the best navigations to be found in an ebook for The Bible! It is easy and quick and puts any verse in The Bible just a few seconds away regardless of where you start. It is perfect for the quick lookup. The combination of King James Bible and World English Bible, the dictionaries, the concordance and its navigation makes this ebook unique. If you love the original old solid Bible dictionaries or Concordances from the 1900th century or earlier and would like to have them all mixed together with The King James Bible (1611, Pure Cambridge, Authorized Version) and World English Bible (2000) , easily accessible, then this release is exactly that.
Note that Text-To-Speech (TTS) support varies from device to device. Some devices do not support it. Others support only one language and some support many languages. The language used for TTS in this ebook is English.