Note: After selecting a link found in either a chapter contents section or the "Site Map" (Combined Contents), then the browser BACKSPACE key or (ALT+BACK ARROW) may be used to return the cursor to the last position of either section.
The Windows "Find" command (CTL+F) can be used to find any word or phrase on a webpage. If you are not using Windows, then check the help features of both your browser and your operating system.
The Google Advanced Search
The Advanced Search feature of Google.com may be used to search one specific domain (website). THE WEB EDITION OF BIBLICAL COUNSEL: RESOURCES FOR RENEWAL is located in the domain "lettermen2.com."
For example, select "Local Search" (The Google Advanced Search) from the topbar of any webpage in THE WEB EDITION. Then to search for "John 3:16" (or "Rutherford, Samuel" or "Child Abuse") in "lettermen2.com" enter the search terms on the search screen in "this exact word or phrase:" and "site or domain:".
Of course, a link to Google Advanced Search may also be added to the Internet Explorer toolbar.
A "Local Search" using general search terms may yield to many hits because the best citations appear in many topical listings. In that case begin by browsing the "Combined Interactive Contents for THE WEB EDITION OF BIBLICAL COUNSEL: RESOURCES FOR RENEWAL."
The style of scripture references varies greatly. For example Galatians 2:20 may appear as Gal. 2:20; Gal. 2. 20; Gal. ii. 20; Gal. ii.20, and so forth, and so on, including different combinations of abbreviations, punctuations, spacing, and Roman and Arabic numbering. In THE WEB EDITION scripture references are followed by a standard notation in brackets, for example, [Galatians 2:20]. Notice, this enables users to execute a "Local Search" (Google Advance Search), for a standardized scripture reference, and to find all references to that scripture in THE WEB EDITION.
Also notice that Logos' web tool, Reftagger, is used throughout THE WEB EDITION. Reftagger highlights bible verses and converts them into links. Move the cursor onto the verse, and a preview of the entire verse will pop up, with additional options for further study.
Index of Scripture, 1993 print edition, Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal
Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal, 1993, Index of Authors and Titles
Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal, 1993, Index of Subjects
Note: See the Preface for further comments on the problem of indexing.
The Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal, 1997 edition CD-ROM in Logos Library System (LLS) format may be searched with the Logos Library System (LLS) program.
The "See also" entries from the Index of Subjects for the 1993 print edition have been added to the end of topical listings in THE WEB EDITION, and some are interactive.
Chapter 3 of THE WEB EDITION contains the topical listing, "Christian Classics: A Short Title Listing" which lists approximately 270 Christian classics. These classics are identified in other citations throughout the work with the phrase "A Christian classic."
Again, the Advanced Search feature of Google.com may be used to search any specific domain (website). For example, THE WEB EDITION OF BIBLICAL COUNSEL: RESOURCES FOR RENEWAL is located in the domain "lettermen2.com." Select "Local Search" from the topbar of any webpage in THE WEB EDITION. Then to search for "John 3:16" (or "Rutherford, Samuel" or "Child Abuse") in "lettermen2.com" enter the search terms on the search screen in "this exact word or phrase:" and "site or domain:".
Of course, a link to Google Advanced Search may also be added to the Internet Explorer toolbar for local searches of other domains.
In WorldCat.org, select "Search," search for "lettermen2" in the Contacts box to find special listings from THE WEB EDITION in WorldCat. These includes "Local Holdings for Christian classics," part 1 and part 2, give classics held by your local library.
Amazon.com Books offers and easy way to find a new or used copy of a book. It also is an additional resource for researchers.
The Amazon.com Books database provides, among other things, the following information:
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