KJV Strong’s: Authorized King James Version of the Bible with Strong’s Markup and Greek and Hebrew Dictionary of the Bible for E-Readers: Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook

KJV Strong’s Bible: Authorized King James Version with Strong’s Markup and Dictionary of the Bible for Kindle and Nook

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Description

KJV Strong's Kindle Screenshot of Matthew 1 with Strong's Dictionary Preview

KJV Strong’s Kindle Screenshot of Matthew 1 with Strong’s Dictionary Preview

This e-book consists of the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible with links throughout the text to Strong’s Dictionary of the Bible, which is also contained within this e-book and can be viewed on its own as well. The presentation and navigation are designed specifically for the Kindle and Nook. It preserves the paragraph structure of the KJV, it presents the Greek and Hebrew in their respective scripts. All Greek and Hebrew is accompanied by beautiful transliteration; you do not need to know Greek or Hebrew to make use of this e-book. In the case of the Kindle, it is also set up so that you can see a preview of the appropriate entry from Strong’s Dictionary of the Bible without even leaving viewing the text of the Bible.

The King James Version of the Bible, also known as the Authorized Version, the King James Bible, and the KJV, is an English translation of the Bible. It was completed in 1611 and updated in 1769. It continues to be widely used today. This e-book contains both the Old Testament and the New Testament.

KJV Strong's Bible Kindle Screenshot of Genesis 1 with Strong's Dictionary Preview

KJV Strong’s Bible Kindle Screenshot of Genesis 1 with Strong’s Dictionary Preview

Strong’s concise dictionary of Biblical Greek and Hebrew (including Aramaic as well), like his concordance, is a classic reference work for biblical studies in the English-speaking world and is accessible to the layperson. Each word in Biblical Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic is numbered, presented in Greek/Hebrew script and in transliteration and is accompanied by a pronunciation guide. Each word is defined in English, and the translation(s) of that word in the Authorized English Version are presented. Strong’s work was originally published in 1890 under the titles A Concise Dictionary of the Words in the Hebrew Bible; with their Renderings in the Authorized English Version and A Concise Dictionary of the Words in the Greek New Testament; with their Renderings in the Authorized English Version. They were bound together with Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible.

KJV Strong's Kindle Screenshot Greek Dictionary Entries

KJV Strong’s Kindle Screenshot Greek Dictionary Entries

KJV Strong's Bible Kindle Screenshot Hebrew Dictionary First Entries

KJV Strong’s Bible Kindle Screenshot Hebrew Dictionary First Entries

Navigation

This e-book recognizes that you do not usually read the Bible or dictionaries linearly. As a result, it offers several options for navigation, some of them basic and others advanced. It has an interactive Table of Contents that allows you to select the book and chapter of the Bible. The Table of Contents also allows you to select dictionary entries by their first two letters or by Strong’s number. It also provides links from the biblical text to the appropriate entries in Strong’s Dictionary of the Bible, and you can click “Back” to return to the text. It also allows you to navigate directly to a particular verse or dictionary entry. For Kindle, it even provides a way in which you can preview the appropriate entry in Strong’s Dictionary of the Bible without even leaving the biblical text. The details differ between the two platforms, but you can read more detail on how to navigate KJV Strong’s Bible on the Kindle and how to navigate KJV Strong’s Bible on the Nook.

FAQ

How does this edition of KJV Strong’s Bible compare to similar products in the Amazon Kindle store and the Barnes & Noble Nook store?

At present, there is no other digital edition of this work in the Barnes & Noble Nook store. No similar product in the Amazon Kindle store actually displays the Hebrew or the transliteration of the Hebrew, and in some cases, they do not display the Greek or the Greek in transliteration, either. No similar product in the Amazon Kindle store allows you to preview the desired entry while remaining in the biblical text.

There are free Kindle and Nook apps for platforms other than the e-readers themselves (e.g. PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, etc.). Can I use this digital edition of Strong’s Greek Dictionary of the Bible on the Kindle and Nook apps for platforms other than the e-readers themselves?

Yes! In fact, even if you do not own an e-reader, you can purchase this resource for convenient, offline use on these other platforms. Be aware that not all navigational methods will work on other platforms, and the ability to preview the appropriate entry from Strong’s Dictionary of the Bible on the Kindle is not available on these other platforms.

I’m ready to purchase. Can I do so from your website, or should I go to the Amazon Kindle store/B&N Nook store?

Purchase your copy of KJV Strong’s Bible from Amazon if you have a Kindle, or purchase your KJV Strong’s Bible from Barnes & Noble if you have a Nook.

Do you sell other Bible-related resources for Kindle or Nook as well?

Yes! See our related resources below or our complete list of Bible-related content for e-readers. You may also see a full listing of Miklal’s Kindle books at Amazon and a full listing of Miklal’s Nook books at B&N.

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