Easter is the most important annual religious festival for Christians. It is the celebration of the resurrection of the central figure of Christianity, Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus Christ). It therefore seems an appropriate point in the year for us to turn our attention to open source Linux Bible software.
The Bible refers to one of two closely related religious texts central to Judaism and Christianity, the Hebrew or Christian sacred scriptures respectively.
Bible software helps to make religious studies more effective, more organised, and more rewarding. For example, this type of software makes it possible to navigate around the religious texts more quickly, to perform complex searches to find passages, to serve up daily devotionals (where insightful and revealing passages of the Bible and key Bible characters are presented to the user), and much more.
To provide an insight into the quality of software that is available, we have compiled a list of 7 high quality Linux Bible software. Hopefully, there will be something of interest for anyone who wants to learn more about God and his work.
Now, let’s explore the 7 Bible software at hand. For each title we have compiled its own portal page, providing a screenshot of the software in action, a full description with an in-depth analysis of its features, together with links to relevant resources.
|Xiphos||Offers a rich environment for reading, study, and research|
|BibleTime||Qt based Bible study program|
|The SWORD Project||CrossWire Bible Society's free Bible software|
|Alkitab Bible Study||Offers rich and user friendly Bible study tools|
|Bible Analyzer||Comprehensive Bible study and analysis application|
|Bible Desktop||Easy to use study tool|
|BPBible||Flexible study tool|
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