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A Textual Concordance of the Douay-Rheims Bible

A Textual Concordance of the Douay-Rheims Bible

A Textual Concordance of the Douay-Rheims Bible
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Arranged by Topic and Giving the Actual Passages by Rev. Thomas David Williams

This is an alphabetical, topic-by-topic selection of passages from the Bible originally compiled to help priests prepare sermons. It contains over 1,900 topics and 18,000 actual Bible verses! Unlike other concordances; this one quotes the actual passages in full. This is an unparalleled introduction to reading the Bible and a quick way to learn just what the Bible says on a host of topics. It is truly a one-volume Bible study course and a great aid to unlocking the true Catholic meaning of Scripture. It is great for reference.
Rev. Father Thomas David Williams was a priest and author of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. His comprehensive Textual Concordance of the Holy Scriptures: Douay-Rheims Version is comprised of a carefully compiled arrangement of the scripts of the Holy Bible, categorized by topic. Father Williams' work was originally published in 1908 by the Benziger Brothers, New York, with the Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur.

This textual or topical concordance centers on themes (such as the "virtue of fortitude" or the like) rather than words. Generally speaking, a word concordance is more suited to learned scholars than laymen, while a textual/topical one is more suited to a layman than a serious scholar. Both concordances are good but this is the basic difference. 

Length: 848 pages

Re-publication Date:   2009
Binding:   Hardcover
Dimensions:   6.5 X 9.25 X 2.5
Pages:   848

Physical Construction: Hardback