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.
- 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).
- Strong’s Concordance and Morphology.
- Daily Devotions.
- Plugins Support.
Developer: KIYUT Software
License: Public Domain
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