Re: Bible software for Windows 10
Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
Watch them, though. My copy of the NAB had several books missing, including every single book that contained only one chapter, and the entire book of acts. Navigating their stuff is a pleasure, but I found this a rather serious omission. I first got suspicious when I found their book total to be wrong.
Also, I was looking for a true study Bible, like the print copies I could buy in a bookstore, or like the one I had, but got nothing but the basic text.
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Also make sure you get Optasia.org library, as it has all of the translations in many different formats.
Thanks very much for this.
I ought to have been more descriptive.
We need more than one translation, preferably including the NRSV as well as KJV and if possible The Message.
I know much of this can be gotten on line, but having a program on the computer where one can search for and copy verses with chapter and verse numbers is much easier.
On 6/24/2017 3:40 PM, Richard Turner wrote: