Accordance Bible study software simplifies research, note-taking, and personal study, in addition to other helpful features to be covered as well.
I got an email a while ago asking for help promoting a crowd-sourced study Bible called everyword. Maybe my mention of it here will count as promoting it, but that’s not my intention; rather I want to challenge the concept while exploring the worldview that seems partly to be motivating it. (Here’s a PDF of […]
I’ve entered into a cooperative agreement with Logos Bible software recently, as you might have surmised if you saw my recent giveaway blog post. Logos has offered me review copies of some of their products, one of which is Beale and Carson’s Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament. Unlike other books […]
Get a new book every month–for free! From Logos, the Bible software people. Disclaimer: I got a free book for telling you about this. Well, not really–it’s the same one you can get for the same price: The Godhood of God, by A.W. Pink. It’s a great deal either way.
If the first several posts in this series have you considering the purchase of Bible study software, you’re probably wondering which package to invest in. I’m familiar with only two: Logos and Accordance. I’ve been told that Olive Tree is another good option, but I’m not in a position to comment on it. I’ll speak […]
This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series The Electronic Student Serious Scripture study is often sermon preparation, or preparation for some other kind of presentation. Does Bible software have anything to offer as an aid to presentation? The answer is yes. I’ve been studying Ephesians, using both Accordance and Logos Bible software […]
This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series The Electronic Student A college dormitory floormate of mine named Dan took part in all of our dorm Bible studies and prayer times. One day in a Bible study our group’s leader was explaining the Jehovah’s Witnesses’ beliefs. Their first problem, he said, is that […]
This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series The Electronic Student Why study the Bible on computer? I’ve written previously about significant negatives associated with electronic study, especially Bible study. I don’t find it especially conducive to prayer and worship; it doesn’t draw me quickly into a sense of fellowship with God. Now […]
This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series The Electronic Student The Internet is the best and worst thing that could have happened to serious study, I wrote last time in this series. The benefit is in the sheer quantity of information available. The chief problem is distraction. There are other risks, including […]