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Sunday, January 9, 2011

Nelson's Biblical Cyclopedic Index ~ Booksneeze Book Review ~

Book Description

The beloved Biblical Cyclopedic Index from The Open Bible is now available as a stand-alone resource, for use with any Bible or translation.
With more listings than any other Bible resource available, Nelson’s Biblical Cyclopedic Index reference tool helps readers quickly pull together a thorough and comprehensive Bible study, lesson, or sermon.
Completely unique, Nelson’s Biblical Cyclopedic Index combines the features of a concordance, a topical Bible, and a Bible dictionary. It is a special kind of subject index that combines the best features of a concordance and a topical index. It’s an incomparable resource for Bible study, with more subjects detailed than any other publication. The Biblical Cyclopedic Index offers more listings than any other similar Bible resource available. With more than 8,000 subjects, names, places, things, concepts, events, and doctrines of the Bible, it is the one resource every church and personal library can’t do without.
 I was excited to get this handy Bible study tool. I love how it is 3 tools in one. I like having a good reference book nearby when I study my bible. This little book is compact but is not so small as to be illegible. The pages are bright with clear print so its easy on the eyes. You could easily carry this in your bible book bag to have it handy for church. Please note that it is not exhaustive though so it does not include references to everything in the Bible. It has a nice reference tool though and I am glad I had the chance to review it.I think you would love it and I recommend adding it to your Bible study library. Blessings! ~ Nikki
* I received this copy from Thomas Nelson Publishers (Booksneeze) in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.*

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