Most Christians who are dedicated to studying the Bible have at least three books in their personal, print libraries:
- Study Bible
In this blog post I want to focus on that third book. A traditional print concordance lists every time an English word appears in a specific version of the Bible. When I studied with print books I owned three concordances: one each for the KJV, NASB, and NIV.
For years I’ve told Logos users that concordances are unnecessary in the software because the search engine quickly finds every time a word, phrase or lemma appears in the Bible.
But now in Logos 7 there’s a tool called Concordance. Is it “unnecessary”? Absolutely not!