Do you use any Bible software?

@vivienna (583)
Venezuela
May 30, 2007 7:39pm CST
There is some really good Bible software in Internet. Do you use any and for what special purpose? Which one would you recommand and why? I use www.e-sword.net. It has so many free Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, maps, etc. But if you prefer another electronic Bible, please let us know.
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@cook4t7 (202)
• United States
31 May 07
I have e-sword and a very good free study software that is at BibleOcean.com which is tremendous it's called Bible pro, I don't know how they can write such elaborate software with so much material at your finger tips but with the different versions as Hebrew Greek interlinear the 1611 KJ, on and on especially Strong's which give definitions right on the page word by word is great, and I wouldn't want to leave out all the maps that has helped me very much in my studies. My greatest learning after reading the scriptures from cover to cover is to listen, search all things and weight out and rightly divide the truths. shalom
@vivienna (583)
• Venezuela
31 May 07
I didn't know about BibleOcean so I tried it immedetiatle and thanks, it's very fine. :)
@estherlou (5017)
• United States
31 May 07
I like to use http://www.biblegateway.com/ It is a site where you can look up passages in many translations, or do a search for a passage you are trying to remember where exactly it is in the Bible. I think there are other resources there, but haven't used them as of yet.
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@cook4t7 (202)
• United States
31 May 07
I enjoy Biblegateway, To set what you want to hear read, and just set back and listen to it. I especially like the flash player the speaker and the soft music fits and lets me concentrate on the word where when I read anymore my focus seems to drift too much and takes longer to read than to listen. I can listen and go through the whole new testament in such a short time it's great. Shalom
@yanstill (1491)
• China
1 Jun 07
but why i can't open the link?too busy?
• Ecuador
8 Jun 07
I like Biblegetaway because it has different versions in many languages. I'm not English native and read the Bible in Spanish, but it helps a lot to have other versions on hand to clear some doubts on vocabulary related doubts. I just went to esword.com and found it has a different approach than Biblegetaway, but it's also very interesting. I like the maps cause I'm Geographer ;)
@kulanuwun (1405)
• Indonesia
31 May 07
I used SABDA 2.0 in the last five years in Indonesia, as far as I known SABDA was adapted from e-sword.
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@vivienna (583)
• Venezuela
31 May 07
I looked for SABDA in the web but couldn't see anything related to Bible study. Thanks, though, every post is fine for me.
@vivienna (583)
• Venezuela
31 May 07
I beg your parden, I just found it out. It seems to me like Crosswalk, and very interesting to me is to have learned that Peranjijan Lama obviously means "Old Testament" and Peranjijan Baru is "New Testament", so lama is old, and baru is new. Would you please correct me if this is wrong?
@yanstill (1491)
• China
1 Jun 07
bible software?i guess it is an ebook,i don't have any software like that.but i think i can have one,reading bibles is a good way to understand more culture about english,is it? i know some stories of bible translated into Chinese,they are classic stories.i can learn more from bible.
@yanstill (1491)
• China
3 Jun 07
thank you,you are very kind.if i want to download bible with sound,where should i go to?
@olivagon (33)
• Colombia
1 Jun 07
There is good bible software in Spanish, too. You can install Compubiblia or BECA by Editorial Caribe. I´m so sorry this site doesn´t accept Spanish as second language. :(
@peavey (16873)
• United States
31 May 07
I use Blueletterbible.org quite often, since I'm online all the time anyway. It has a search function that I don't know how I ever got along without, several versions, commentaries, Bible dictionary and so on.