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My apologies if this is in the wrong spot. The year of 2021 for me is a year of extensive bible study. Does anyone know where I can get DR bible Tabs? 

Thank you!
Here's a link to some sets of Catholic tabs, i.e. all the books in a real Bible. I assume they'll have the Jewish/protestant names of the books, but that's all I can find.


http://www.catholicbibleshop.com/bible-tabs.html
(02-12-2021, 06:45 PM)jovan66102 Wrote: [ -> ]Here's a link to some sets of Catholic tabs, i.e. all the books in a real Bible. I assume they'll have the Jewish/protestant names of the books, but that's all I can find.


http://www.catholicbibleshop.com/bible-tabs.html

Thank you. The description doesn't make clear if they are the D.R. version. Meaning showing 1kings, 2kings, 3kings, 4kings for example.
Perhaps I'll message their customer service email
(02-12-2021, 06:52 PM)Chadster Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-12-2021, 06:45 PM)jovan66102 Wrote: [ -> ]Here's a link to some sets of Catholic tabs, i.e. all the books in a real Bible. I assume they'll have the Jewish/protestant names of the books, but that's all I can find.


http://www.catholicbibleshop.com/bible-tabs.html

Thank you. The description doesn't make clear if they are the D.R. version. Meaning showing 1kings, 2kings, 3kings, 4kings for example.
Perhaps I'll message their customer service email

I seriously doubt they are, but I searched for 'Douay-Rheims bible tabs' and everything I found was generic 'Catholic bible tabs', nothing specifically for the D-R.
Looks like the 'tabs' part has been handled, but just a suggestion: "The Textual Concordance of the Holy Bible" by Thomas David Williams; The Douay-Rheims Version, has been a great asset to me in my Bible Studies.
(02-12-2021, 10:29 PM)Zedta Wrote: [ -> ]Looks like the 'tabs' part has been handled, but just a suggestion: "The Textual Concordance of the Holy Bible" by Thomas David Williams; The Douay-Rheims Version, has been a great asset to me in my Bible Studies.
 
Nice. I'm adding that one to my wish list.
(02-12-2021, 10:29 PM)Zedta Wrote: [ -> ]Looks like the 'tabs' part has been handled, but just a suggestion: "The Textual Concordance of the Holy Bible" by Thomas David Williams; The Douay-Rheims Version, has been a great asset to me in my Bible Studies.
I have this concordance for the DR as well. A great resource!
How about this for a link?

http://drbo.org/
(02-15-2021, 06:53 AM)benedicite Wrote: [ -> ]How about this for a link?

http://drbo.org/

I like that link. I also like this one http://www.credobiblestudy.com which also has a DRB concordance
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