Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance

“James Strong was a Methodist layman who argued for formal ministerial training and the establishment of a major Methodist seminary in the mid-Atlantic region prior to Drew’s founding. He studied at Wesleyan, attained three degrees, and became acting president of Troy University before joining the faculty of Drew as chair of exegetical theology in 1868. … In 1884, he produced the Strong’s Concordance Bible, which is still in print today…”


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