Tuesday , 21 October 2014

theWord Bible Software Version 4 Just Released!

theWord Bible Software is the exclusive software I use to prepare my Bible studies and I just can’t recommend it enough. Download it today. It is powerful, easy, and free! I will be offering a CD with over 500 ad-on modules in the very near future as a bonus with every order made at the douglashamp.com store. Tutorial videos are available on douglashamp.com

On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 9:50 AM, theWord News <newsletter@theword.gr> wrote:

theWord Newsletter – November 30, 2012

theWord 4 is Out!

Simpler, faster, better than ever.
The best free Bible software now offers much more at the same price,        which is free!

Bible Reading Plans

Enjoy reading the Bible from a set of predefined and extensible list of Bible Reading plans, or create your own Bible Reading plan according to your own needs. theWord offers the most versatile setup options that allow you to tailor your plan to your personal style and pace like no other application.

Organize your Daily Readings

Now there is a single place to organize and follow your daily readings! Follow one or more reading plans, meditate on one or more devotionals each day, and keep track of all your readings in a single place. theWord will remind you every day (or whenever you want) of your plan and help you catch-up with your planned readings. It has never been easier to monitor your reading progress.

Integrated Module Installer

No need to run module installers anymore! You can now simply drag-n-drop modules in the integrated installer to easily add new modules to your installation and enjoy more content. theWord will now associate all known module extensions thus allowing you to install modules just by double-clicking on them.

Use theWord as Your Personal Ministry Tool

The new version of theWord allows you to customize and package it for your own personal needs! Create packages to share with a class, make your own distribution and provide your own unique content and welcome screen to your target audience.

Make your work easier with the new version of theWord.

Enjoy many more additions and features to make your experience better:

The Millennium Chronicles
  • Defining module sets is now easier with advanced sorting and filtering capabilities
  • New ‘Find & Replace’ dialogs in Book viewer along with several new editing functions (paragraphs, bullets, lists, etc.)
  • Several dialog enhancements and better support for large DPI screens
  • Better commentary navigation with Book/Chapter/Verse buttons to jump directly to relevant comments
  • Reworked skin and graphics to make your desktop less cluttered
  • … and much more: read the complete list of new features

 

 

Upgrade from previous versions  |  See detailed change-log

Help theWord - Get theWord toGo

theWord toGo

theWord is the result of a great, ongoing effort!

It is interesting to know that about 0.3% of the people that download theWord make a donation. Although this number is small, it does help keep theWord really free for the remaining 99.7% of its users.If you can really afford it, and you think that theWord is a worthy ministry you mayconsider a donation. By doing so you are truly helping provide this high-quality Bible study software, free of charge to everyone.

 

Get theWord toGo with a donation of at least $35

… and get modules worth the $35 donation!

theWord toGo is a pre-configured flash drive, preloaded with theWord Bible Software and more than 200 Books & Bibles!

What’s more, it includes Premium modules worth $35, and specifically:

 

 

Official site: www.theword.net
User forum: forum.theword.net
Thank you,
Costas Stergiou

Paid modules

New International Version 2011 
New International Version 2011
Includes more than 100,000 cross-references, translator’s notes, passage headings, parallel passages, word of Jesus in red, poetry and prose text indentation

New American Standard Bible Bundle 
New American Standard Bible Bundle
Includes: NASB, NASB 1977, LBLA, NBLH, 17,000 translator’s notes,       93,000 cross-references, NASEC (Exhaustive Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek concordance) 

New Living Translation®, Second Edition 
New Living Translation®, Second Edition
The Holy Bible, New Living Translation provides a wonderful balance of readability and authority. It is easy to understand, poetically beautiful, powerful, and emotive. 

The Millennium Chronicles

Maps of Bible Lands       
Maps of Bible Lands – American Bible Society
Sixteen full color, detailed, high resolution maps of Bible lands.

Chafer's Systematic Theology 
Chafer’s Systematic Theology
Includes all original unabridged eight volumes!Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible!       
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible!
Nearly 5,000 articles written by 600 first-rate Bible authorities thoroughly explaining books, persons, places and significant terms of the Bible 

Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, Abridged in One Volume       
Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, Abridged in One Volume
“ …considered by many to be the best New Testament dictionary ever compiled ” 

Browse more paid modules online

 

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  • Paul

    Is there a Linux version of theWord in the pipeline?

    If not, is it Open Source — i.e. can one compile it to run on a UNIX/Linux platform?

    Thanks,

    Paul.

    • Peter Pellerin

      Paul, theWord is not open source.

      theWord is my favorite software like Doug.

      It does not run native in Linux, here is a discussion on using it in Linux with wind or crossover: http://forum.theword.net/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=8

      I use another software alongside theWord (Bible Analyzer) that has a native LInux version. http://www.bibleanalyzer.com/download.htm

      • Paul

        Thanks, Peter (and apologies for the delay in replying): I’ll take a look…

  • peter romer

    I do wish you nwould stick with the KJV Douglas
    Peter in Australia

    • douglashamp

      Hi Peter, we use the KJV. Just for the record, however, I do not believe that the KJV is the only acceptable translation. I think the KJV only camp is slightly nutty. No translation is perfect and that includes KJV. They all have their pluses and minuses. KJV is a fine translation, but it is not the original. Hebrew and Greek are the original. Blessings.

      • Paul

        “I think the KJV only camp is slightly nutty.”

        The phrase “slightly nutty” sounds very British to my (British) ears! …And I agree with you: slightly nutty. Sort-of like a good breakfast cereal.

        On an entirely unrelated note… Being more American at heart than British, I’m listening to Gene Autry and I’ve just heard him singing of how “the longhorn cattle feed on the lowly Jimson Weed”.

        Now, I’m no farmer, but that doesn’t sound like a good idea.

        From what I understand, Jimson Weed is a very powerful deliriant — and a herd of paranoid, hallucinating longhorn surely isn’t quite the thing, as far as animal husbandry is concerned. Wouldn’t want to try milking them, anyway…

        Can someone please explain?

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