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SCTR 39 / WGST 47: Biblical Women & Power (Gibson)

What's a Bible Concordance?

A biblical concordance is an alphabetical list of all the words in the Bible. It can be used to locate a known biblical passage or to learn how a particular word is used in the Scriptures.

Each Bible version or translation has its own concordance.  If you are using the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) translation then you should use a concordance to the NRSV; if you are using the New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE) then you should use a concordance to the NABRE.

Watch the following short video to learn more about how to use a concordance.

Concordances Available Online Through the Library

Request a Print Concordance for Mail Delivery

Would you prefer to use a bible concordance in hand? The SCU Library has many print concordances that are available for our new residential mailing service (free of charge; United States only). Here's a list of all of our concordances.  Learn how to request one to be mailed to your house here.