Site Search Engine
Search our site for specific topics, authors etc. Note: It may take a week or two from the time a new page is added until it shows up in the search engine database. See below for various operators that may be used with our search engine.
Programming Note: The search engine contains advanced scripts which may not be compatible with older browsers. We recommend using the latest Firefox or Chrome browsers. Mac users might also choose Opera or Safari browsers. Search Engine added in Feb 2008, Updated May 2010.
Enter your Search Terms:
Search Engine Tips
Try to be as specific as possible to narrow the number of pages found. Enter your search words separated by a space.
Exact Phrase Search:
Enclosing your search terms in quotation marks will return pages containing the exact phrase entered.
Our search engine supports many advanced operators. See the examples below.
Search Operators and Examples
Example Searches: (Search Operators shown in Red)
Entering: Bible Greek
Finds pages containing: the words Bible and Greek
Entering: Bible OR Greek
Finds pages containing: either the word Bible or the word Greek
Entering: Bible Greek OR Hebrew
Finds pages containing: the word Bible and either the word Greek or the word Hebrew
Entering: Bible OR Greek OR Hebrew
Finds pages containing: any of the words Bible, Greek or Hebrew
Entering: "Plan of Salvation"
Finds pages containing: the exact phrase Plan of Salvation
Entering: Bible "Plan of Salvation"
Finds pages containing: the word Bible and the exact phrase Plan of Salvation
Entering: Bible OR "Plan of Salvation"
Finds pages containing: either the word Bible or the exact phrase Plan of Salvation
Entering: Bible Greek -Hebrew
Finds pages containing: the words Bible and Greek, but not containing the word Hebrew (a "minus" sign with no space in front of a word will exclude any pages containing that word)
Entering: Biblical ~love
Finds pages containing: the word Biblical and either the word love or synonyms of the word love (a "tilde" symbol with no space in front of a word will instruct the search engine to include any pages containing that word a word with almost the same meaning)
Additional combinations of the above operators may be used. The list would get very long if we tried to list every combination. For example the exclude (-) or the synonym (~) operators could also be used in a search containing the "OR" and/or exact phrase (") operators. Please contact us if you are have any questions or experience difficulty with the search engine.
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