Akamai Software has released version 4.7 of SwordSearcher, a Bible study application for Windows 98/ME/2000/XP. SwordSearcher provides users with many tools to enhance Bible study, with an intuitive interface that is easy to learn and use, for both devotional and in-depth Bible study.
New for version 4.7 are additional library resources, including the original 1611 edition of the King James (Authorized) Bible, Matthew Poole�s complete Bible commentary, and more.
In addition to making Bible searches fast and simple, SwordSearcher includes a Topic and Verse Guide function designed to make accessing a vast amount of library material as simple as typing in a verse reference or subject. A user of the software can specify any verse reference or passage to study, and SwordSearcher will instantly show them every book, commentary, topical, or dictionary resource that references the verse or passage.
SwordSearcher’s Bible display presents Bible text in a columnar format with links to reference material to the side of each verse. While browsing Bible text, any verse that inspires desire for further study can be deeply researched with just a few clicks, often completely removing the need for text searching altogether. All text in SwordSearcher is tightly integrated so that navigating between resources and verses is seamless.
SwordSearcher’s library includes over 50 library resources, including commentaries, topical guides, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other books, and hundreds of maps, charts, and illustrations.
The SwordSearcher Deluxe CD-ROM is $49.95 and can be ordered on the Internet at http://www.SwordSearcher.com.