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Any here on BB Use Linux bible software programs to study Bible?

Discussion in 'Bible Versions & Translations' started by JesusFan, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. JesusFan

    JesusFan New Member

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    If yes, which ones?
     
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    I use both Bibletime and Xiphos, they are very useful. With the installation of wine and downloading the esword_installer, e-Sword is there for use in all the Linux distros.
     
  3. JesusFan

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    Have you ever heard of/used softeware called 'the Word"
    Per their site, looks alike like online Bible, but with many more modern programs available, included greek texts!

    Guess that I was poiled on windows, with my Gramcord software, since switched to ver 7, no longer able to use that program on it!

    That is my biggest concern, asI am runnign Linux Mint, just cannot find in Linux yet programs that can do detailed bible studies like Accordance/Gramcord/Logos!
     
  4. Tater77

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    Getting Esword to run on Linux is your best bet.
     
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