Roget's Thesaurus of the Bible uses Roget's fundamental and brilliant category concept, which groups together all related subjects - similar and opposite - for quick and easy comparisons.If you are researching a particular subject, the category list will lead you to the relevant Bible passages. If you are researching a particular passage, the index of Bible verses will lead you to the appropriate category. As a study tool, this resource is unique. Even the browser will be rewarded with the discovery of related subjects and Bible passages for further exploration.Unlike concordances, this book is t tied to the language of any one Bible version. Nor is it based on a particular theological system. The Bible passages in this book are t from any one version of the Bible, but are paraphrases by Colin Day.In compiling the work, the most popular English translations were used - the Revised Standard Version, New International Version, and New American Standard - with references to the original Hebrew and Greek texts.
A. Colin Day, M.A., Ph.D., is a graduate of Cambridge University and the University of London, where he earned his doctorate in linguistics. He has worked with the Wycliffe Bible Translators in Vietnam, India, and Nepal and has been a computer consultant with the University of London. The author of seven books on computer language and usage, Day is unique as an expert on Bible translation, linguistics, and computer applications.