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by Orville J. Nave

Nave's Topical Bible download ebook
ISBN:
0802458610
ISBN13:
978-0802458612
Author:
Orville J. Nave
Publisher:
Moody Pub (June 1, 1982)
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Pages:
1376 pages
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1628 kb
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1184 kb
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Bible Study & Reference
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Rating:
4.3

Nave's Topics Bible Concordance was originally produced by Orville J. Nave.

Nave's Topics Bible Concordance was originally produced by Orville J.

Nave's Topical Bible is a book written by Orville James Nave (1841–1917) and published by Thomas Nelson Publishers. Nave was a chaplain in the United States Army and referred to his work as "the result of fourteen years of delight and untiring study of the Word of Go. It is a topical concordance of the Bible, and contains Biblical references to over 20,000 topics. Scripture is quoted over 100,000 times; the same Scripture citation may appear under several headings.

Nave's Topical Bible was originally produced by Orville J. Nave, . 1841-1917) while serving as a Chaplain in the United States Army. He referred to this work as "the result of fourteen years of delightful and untiring study of the Word of Go. Nave's topics were originally published in the early 1900's. This is an online version of the complete text of Nave's Topical Bible, a type of Bible concordance with over 20,000 topics and subtopics, referencing over 100,000 Bible verses

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Nave's Topical Bible, the best known of all topical bibles, has been a valuable Bible-study reference and a best-seller for more than 75 years. It is a comprehensive digest of over 20. It is a comprehensive digest of over 20,000 topics and subtopics with more than 100,000 associated Scripture references. The most significant references for each topic actually include the full text of the verse cited-saving the need to separately look up each verse. Because Nave's groups verses by 'idea' (or 'topic'), it offers a better overview of relevant Scriptures than a concordance, which only lists or indexes verses.

This book is very valuable to me as a study tool. It shortens the length of time it takes for me to study a particular subject

This book is very valuable to me as a study tool. It shortens the length of time it takes for me to study a particular subject. I received it very quickly, which was good because I needed it as soon as possible. It was a used book, in excellent condition, and the price was right. These people are true to their word.

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Nave's Topical Bible. Author: Nave, Orville J. (Orville James), 1841-1917. Subject: Bible - Indexes.

Nave's Topical Bible is the classic topical Bible that features 100,000 Bible passages organized under more than 20,000 . Billy Graham says, "Outside of the Bible this is the book I depend on more than any other.

Nave's Topical Bible is the classic topical Bible that features 100,000 Bible passages organized under more than 20,000 topics. Includes Fan-Tab Thumb-Index Reference System. Format Hardback 1632 pages.

Book by Orville J. Nave
Reviews:
  • Zugar
At last....A Naves topical Bible that comes with a Bible!!!When you click the link on kindle,it jumps you to that point in the Bible.Makes studying a topic a breeze which is what this Tool seems to have been designed for!!Thank God for KJV,The beautiful dynamic and as near to a word for word translation of the Gospel,not a thought for thought translation where the meanings get diluted by someone elses thoughts or views.Stay as close to the original Word of God and pray for guidance and God Himself will lead the way.The Naves is great to find other places in the Bible similar to what your reading(based on the topic)Then one can decide if its relevant to his or her own studies or thoughts.Though the Table of Contents takes you to the letters A-Z where you can quickly find a particular word by turning the page a few times,you can actually just start typing in a word at the bottom of the kindle screen(word search which works on all kindle books) and if you see that word appear in parenthesis,such as [Leviathan]there is a good chance you can click on it and it will take you to that exact place in the Table of Contents,where one more click takes you to the results.
  • GYBYXOH
This is not as advertised. I have a Nave's Topical Bible on my shelf & the scriptures are included. This is nothing more than a list of references with no actual scriptures. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY. I want a refund!!
  • Exellent
All this does is look up words, like you would in a glossary. There are no "Topics", just keywords that look up verses that contain those words without context. For instance look up "Using Artistic Gifts" (I entered a multitude of topics), it yields any verse with the words "Artistic" and/or "Gifts", which really limits the results. It's not going to yield results of those people in the Bible that exhibit superior talents and link to their stories/verses. Context is everything, and unfortunately this did not work well for my line of questioning. Laymen's terms or searches did not yield the results I was hoping for. Your mileage may vary. So sorry.
  • Bandiri
This topical Bible is a MUST HAVE for anyone serious about doing personal Bible study without using other people's books. You look up a topic of your choice, like "self-delusion" and you will find a host of Bible verses on that topic. Unlike a concordance where you actually are looking for a specific word embedded in a particular verse, a topical Bible allows you to find verses in the Bible that may not have that word in the verse. So if you were to conduct your own study on the subject of self-delusion, for esample, you would look it up like you would in a regular dictionary (it is arranged alphabetically) and then learn the following taken directly from the Nave's Topical Bible, "A characteristic of the wicked, Psa. 49:18. Prosperity frequently leads to, Psa. 30:6; Hos. 12:8; Luke 12:17-19. Obstinate sinners often given up to, Psa. 81:11,12; Hos. 4:17; 2 Thess. 2:10,11." And that excerpt is just the first paragraph. It will continue with "exhibited thinking" and the verses, "Frequently persevered in to the last" and the verses, "Fatal consequences of" and the verses.

All students of the Word of God should own a Nave's Topcial Bible. Parents need to equip their children with the ability to use one, also. Bible teachers who do not equip their students with the knowledge of this most basic Bible study tool should be scolded. Our job is to know Him and to make Him known. This book is a fantastic tool to help Bible students get more from their time in God's Word.
  • Ironfire
Great book...use to sell these door to door for the Southweastern Company back in 1963. I bought two copies...one for my Bible Study and one for a friend. Makes looking things/subjects up easier. It breaks the Bible down into 20,000 different subjects.
  • Lonesome Orange Kid
This is a book that has been around for a long time so I fully knew what to expect as far as content. I find it to be quite convenient to have this bible online for easy and quick access and the layout of the book in Kindle format works fine for me as long as I use bookmarks. I would have given it a 5-star rating but I couldn't because the format requires that I carefully bookmark the table of contents in order to prevent the need to "fumble around" trying to find the right pages. Once I figured a plan for using the bookmarks to move around, it has worked fine for me. The book gets 5 stars for content but a 3-star rating overall because the format needs to be improved.
  • Matty
Even if you read the Bible on a regular basis, sometimes you--- or I should say I-- need a little help. This is the go-to book when you need scriptures on any subject covered in the Bible. Every subject is there- and where to find it. Great for Bible study teachers and Sunday School teachers. The casual reader might not need it too much, then again-- it can come in handy, so it's a helpful tool to have.
Perfect when you're you're learning the Bible for the first time to understand the Bible by topic every verse related to Salvation is under that word salvation I think the new Christians is the first book you should get when it comes to the Bible