Mickelson Clarified Concordance of the Old Testament, MCT: -Volume 2 of 2- An advanced concordance by word and context in the Literary Reading Order (Vocabulary) (Paperback)
An Advanced Old Testament Concordance for the Mickelson Clarified Translation (MCT).(R)
A more precise English concordance to the Hebrew of the Clarified Textus Receptus(TM) (1525 Ben Chayyim-2019 Mickelson), presented with Strong's Numbers and the further use of the Mickelson Context Numbers.(c)
This advanced biblical concordance lists the occurrences of each word used in the Mickelson Clarified Translation according to the word and its context, along with a listing of any root words, comparatives, and other words of direct importance. This arrangement allows for in-depth study and visibility of discrete and related concepts.
The companion dictionary also helps the student move beyond the traditional limitations of English translation. This dictionary reconciles biblical English vocabulary with biblical Hebrew vocabulary in order to assure the highest degree of conceptual integrity while maintaining English word consistency with the Hebrew text itself.
The companion Scripture translation uses this vocabulary to reveal the fullness of the biblical Hebrew, along with using enhanced grammar and punctuation. The Mickelson Clarified Translation was hand-translated into an easily readable English dialect that preserves the distinct concepts and contextual meanings used in the biblical Hebrew text. This translation carefully interweaves biblical patterns of speech and communication into modern English.
The benefit is a more accurate presentation and correlation of biblical thoughts, concepts, and instructions.
The Literary Reading Order arranges the books of the Old Testament for optimal reading and correlation according to the literary patterns discerned in the Old Testament Scriptures.
The Promise contained in the Holy Scriptures is Redemption unto Eternal Life for the ones trusting upon the Good News and specifically upon the Name of the Anointed-One, first to the Jew, and also to the Gentile.