The Holy Bible

The Holy Bible 9.0

Read the King James' translation of the bible
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Study the King James' Bible translation along with a few reference books and commentaries written by Christian scholars.

Being one of the capital books in human history, the Holy Bible has been published in almost all the languages known, and in a variety of media, including the most modern ones, like the Internet. BiblePath offers you the computerized version of the King James translation of the Bible. Unlike other Bibleware, this includes several beautiful pictures illustrating the startup screen and the main page of both Testaments, as well as some verses. It also includes several reference books and commentaries by respected scolars, like Matthew Henry, Hitchcock, Easton and Nave, which you can display in the form of a toolbar. The main page of the Old and New Testaments incude a powerful Search feature, as well as several default searches, so you can go directly to all the Mesianic Prophecies of the Old Testament, or to the Parables of Jesus in the New one, just by clicking a button. Interestingly, in the case of the Mesianic Prophecies, a split window shows both the Old Testament prophecy and the part of the Gospel where that Prophecy is fulfilled. This is a very useful feature. The program is compatible with the most widely used versions of Windows, including XP and Vista. If you want a very enjoyable, comprehensive and easy-to-use computerized version of the Bible, don't mis this one.

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Review summary


  • Free
  • Compatible with most Windows versions
  • Beautifully ilustrated
  • Many extra references


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