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Alkitab Bible Study

Alkitab Bible Study

Alkitab Bible Study is a cross platform, open source Bible software program which sports a rich, intuitive, and user friendly graphical user interface.

The interface supports: parallel views, commentaries, lexicons, dictionaries, glossaries, and daily devotions. It also comes with a powerful search capability. The software is based on the NetBeans Platform and JSword CrossWire library.

Alkitab Bible Study includes the following books: King James Version, StrongsHebrew and StrongsGreek Concordance, Calvin's Institutes, and Robinson Morphology. It is also compatible with the CrossWire Module Add-ins. Crosswire is one of the largest collections of Christian resources available on the Internet. That collection consists of Bible translations, commentaries, daily devotionals, lexicons, dictionaries, and other resources.

 Alkitab 2.9.1

Free to download


Public Domain

KIYUT Software


System Requirements
Java Runtime Environment 1.5 or higher


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Features include:

  • View Single Book or Bible
  • View Parallel Books or Bibles: easily compare different bible translation in a single windows
  • Cross Reference and Search
    • Use || to join phrases
    • Using && requires both words
    • Using a ! removes words from the result
    • Using ~2 widens the passage by 2 verses either side on any match
    • Using +[Gen-Exo] at the beginning will restrict a search to that range of verses.
    • Using strong:Hxxx eg: strong:H430 (for Hebrew)
    • Using strong:Gxxx eg: strong:G2424 (for Greek)
  • Commentaries
  • Strong's Concordance and Morphology
  • Lexicons/Dictionaries/Glossaries
  • Daily Devotions
  • Plugins Support

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