Bible Software Precursors

Published: May 13th, 2006

In a sense, all those who have been significantly involved throughout History in doing the kind of tasks that we now so easily perform with the help of a computer and a Bible software package, can be truly considered as “precursors.”

Alexander Cruden, though perhaps less known than James Strong, is certainly one of them. His Complete Concordance to the Old and New Testaments is still in use today (I have a printed copy in my library), and his work is the subject of a nice article written by Roger G. Baker for the latest edition of the SBL Forum. Check it out.

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