“baptized”; and a prepositional phrase, “in Christ”. We literally have “[The]
church [is] baptized in Christ” – exactly 77 times!
Our Search Scope is still set to “Same Verse”, but it turns out that while these
three phrases appear 77 times each in the Entire Bible, they aren’t all found
together in the Same Verse anywhere – hence, the reason why they are all
showing “0/77/77” (or “0/77/80”) occurrences. Let’s broaden the scope to be “Same
Hint: Note that when searching a Search Scope of “Same Chapter”, it’s less
confusing when viewing the results as a Tree to switch to “View as Tree by
Book/Chapter” instead of “View as Tree by Book”. Just remember if searching
within Books, then you should view them as Books. When searching within
Chapters, then you should view them as Chapters.
Interesting… The only book where all the occurrences were in the Same chapter is
“1 Corinthians”, the same place that we saw previously for just “in Christ” and
“church” in the Same Verse. And we see that there are two Chapters within this
Book where all three Search Phrases were found. In these two Chapters, there are
a total of 16 occurrences of our Search Phrases. 6 for “in Christ”, 2 for “church”,
and 8 for “baptiz*”.