I decided this morning to do a quick screen capture video on reverse interlinears. This tool was pioneered in digital form by my employer, Logos Bible Software. I’m asked repeatedly about how to do word studies, so I created this as an answer to that question (I was again this morning, hence this post and the video). A large part of the answer is: have the right tools. It’s time to graduate from your hard copy Strong’s Concordance and Vine’s Dictionary. Really. It’s the 21st century.

What’s a reverse interlinear? In a nutshell, a tool that allows you to search for Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek words by means of an ENGLISH Bible. Sound crazy? Impossible? Nope. Watch below. It’s 7 minutes. I could fill an hour with what you could do with one, but these are the basics — and would be the most-used search techniques.


Here’s another video, not created by me — and even shorter — of how to search via reverse interlinears in a different way: