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The best available biblical software for concordance searching is Accordance. It is on computers throughout Bridwell Library. Many students also find it is worth the investment to buy it for their future engagement with the biblical text. Bridwell Reference Librarians can help you learn to use it.
Online Concordance Tools
There are several websites that allow you to perform a concordance search through older translations of the Bible that have been tagged with Strong's Concordance numbers. Be wary of other tools provided on these websites as they are provided for free. They are likely old or less scholarly than what faculty will expect for reliable source material.
Blue Letter Bible
The Blue Letter Bible allows you to perform concordance searches based upon the KJV and the NASB.
STEP - Scripture Tools for Every Person - Bible from Tyndale House, Cambridge is a fairly robust free online Bible study tool that includes options for using the original languages.
Online Bible study application with features for studying Greek and Hebrew developed by Digital Bible Society.
The Bible Tool
The Bible Tool provides access to texts in the original languages (some grammatically tagged and searchable), numerous translations, and powerful search capabilities.
Provides free, online access to older Bible study tools, including a Bible Atlas, dictionaries, concordances, and the BDB Hebrew lexicon.
What is a Concordance?
An analytical or exhaustive concordance “keyed” to the version you are using (KJV, RSV, NIV, etc.) will provide the Greek or Hebrew word behind the English term you have identified and show you everywhere it occurs in the Bible.