What is a biblical concordance? Put simply, a concordance is an index—in most cases, alphabetical—that supplies the location and usage of words in the book. In its simplest form, you might use a biblical concordance, for instance, if you want to find all the passages in the Bible that contain the word ‘love.’ Most Bibles contain in the back an abridged index of important words. But the Bible was originally written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, instead of English; and simply finding all the instances of the English word ‘love’ may not be helping you understand the root meaning of…