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What are other great free Bible programs on the net like the E-Sword?

Asked by seVen (3467points) April 26th, 2009

I just want one that would also be good to put notes in,highlight,many version options,mulit lingual [especially polish,english,italian], simple english would be good as well,etc.

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avalmez's avatar

and if i may expand on your question (hoping not to hijack), any that work on mac os x.

and to provide feedback on your q, best 10 according to one site

Judi's avatar

I usse a lot. (but now that I read your question, you’re looking for software, not websites. oops!)

AstroChuck's avatar

This site seems as though it has some decent freeware.

manoffaith3112's avatar

If you would like to know about soul winning. And finding videos of real life discussions with people on the street about Jesus; try The Way Of The Master.
Its really informative, and it is a great tool to witness to other’s who haven’t found their faith yet.
This isn’t exactly what you asked about, but I thought perhaps you’d be interested any way,

toleostoy's avatar

I’ve heard good things about logos. It’s pricey, but it is practically an entire library for less than $500. A good deal for long term use. I use for straight biblical stuff although you can’t add notes. It just works as a good concordance and has several versions in several languages. Any translation you can imagine in English it probably has.

texasescimo's avatar
The above link is to my answer on answerbag where you can click on the links. I will copy the answer here, but some of the links will not be clickable when copied and pasted that way.
Some online Bibles and other resources that I have found are: /. Several translation, only one verse at a time.;&version=31;77;50;51;49; /. 5 versions with up to 5 groups of verses /. William Tyndales Bible Many articles with links to scriptures. Online interlinear. /. King James and American Standard with Strongs references /. Vines concordance (if previous link to Vines don’t work, try the following. . Many versions, concordance’s, manuscripts (including the “Textus Receptus” and the “Alexandrian”. Fragments of the Greek Septuagint Query&book=36&chapter= 1&lid=en&side=r&ve rse=18&zoomSlider=0#36–1-1 8–5 Sinaitic manuscript, I believe that it is the oldest complete manuscript.
Here are some differences that I have noticed.

The following have something to do with the Vatican MS 1209 from the 4th century, but as of right now, I don’t see an English parallel. [
Further information: /./]

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