Bible programs we recommend (Free and almost free)
* Be aware that not all the books or translations of the Bible that accompany some of these programs are safe, but can be used for research purposes
The Berean Bible is a free "entry level" program for quick verse references
and to the concordance.
An excellent high quality free Bible program, with rich features and ease of use containing many of the commentaries and dictionaries that one will often pay for. has it all for students and pastors. Various Bible versions, dictionaries and commentaries.
Another well made program similar to e-sword and others. The software can be rearranged to your liking. Has some different commentaries than others offer.
Bible Explorer http://www.bible-explorer.com
Bible Explorer 4.0 plus over 200 Bibles and reference works; including English Standard Version, King James Version, Greek New Testaments and Matthew Henry Commentary, Barnes Notes on the New Testament, Talking Strong's Greek and Hebrew Dictionary, absolutely free.
Bible max Has free resources that contain 79 bibles (in different languages), 24 commentaries, 22 references, 7 map collections, 4 devotionals, offering 46 Christian books and 11 Interfaith for research.
Bible Pro includes million verse links, 250,000 commentaries, 43 bible versions, more than 100 maps, and an interface with free updates for life. Bible Pro uses the same buttons, tools, look, and feel of Microsoft Word and Outlook to make it as easy as possible to learn how to use. The search finds any verse intelligently. Results are linked to commentaries, references, and translations. View a map of the places mentioned and designs of ancient buildings. As you search, read and browse references and commentaries that are displayed below the verse window for instant access. Words with ancient roots are linked to all the translations. Every word is linked with meaning to its original. Read about how each word was translated. All the major commentaries from Strong's to Torres are included and auto-linked. Includes an InterFaith tool and advanced copy/paste tools with a multi-color highlighter.
old interface updated - an abundance of good material offered Various Bible translations such as the King James Authorised Version, Darby, Webster, Apocrypha. books such as Pilgrim's Progress, Holy War, Answers in Genesis material. Commentaries by authors such as Barnes, Matthew Henry, Scofield, H. C. Leupold, D.D. Add-on dictionaries and lexicons. A collection of educational material suitable for home schooling. Includes titles such as the McGuffey's Readers, History of Ontario, Queensland Book V Reader. Lots of books on evolution by Answers in Genesis.
Bible Companion was developed to make viewing and searching the Bible and related references as easy as possible. Its features include, navigate and view with single clicks, easily expand by adding Bible, Dictionary, and Commentary modules, convenient Tree view of Bible books, comprehensive Bible search capabilities, and able to view Strong's numbers within Bible text (when module is loaded).
Also view Strong's definition in a popup when cursor is on number (if module is loaded, left-click on Bible word in left notebook panel to view definition in dictionary(s), left-click on Bible reference in left notebook panel to view Treasury of Scripture Knowledge cross references, and place cursor over any underlined reference in the right notebook panel to view the verse in a popup. Version 1.3 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
BMS Bible Buddy 1.1.1
Bible Buddy contains eight different Bibles; commentaries from Matthew Henry and John Wesley, a Bible word dictionary, a Bible name dictionary, a Bible search feature, and a My Notes feature so the end user can make notes as they study.
It has a Study set feature, which gives the end user an easy way to group verses together for easier study.
Dictionaries, as well as the commentaries, many times have references to corresponding.
Swordsearcher (free demo)
A very good Bible program. Bible study application with numerous resources, several commentaries, dictionaries, maps, illustrations, and topical guides. Search tool -pop-up verse referencing, pop-up Strong's definitions in King James Bible text, Topic Guide, Deep Referencing which links all relevant material to verses.
The King James Version with Strong's Links , Easton's Bible Dictionary, R.A. Torrey's New Topical Textbook, Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary, C.H. Spurgeon's Morning and Evening Daily Devotional, Harmonies and Chronologies .
A free, comprehensive Bible study and analysis application developed to aid Believers in their study and defense of the Holy Bible. It has several features (such as text comparison, proximity searches, detailed statistics, etc.) usually not found in other free or commercial Bible software programs.
Authorized Version, 1769 (Bible), American Standard Version, 1901 (Bible), Easton's Bible Dictionary (Dictionary), Torrey's Topical Textbook (Dictionary), Peoples New Testament (Commentary), Scofield Bible Notes (Commentary), FB Meyer (Devotion), 10+ Books and Articles,Sample Images
Bible Knowledge Accelerator
This could be the best product offered with an number of topics that are free to use and additions can be bought for a minimal fee.
Learn Bible History through Windows based programs, quick explanations with images.
I want to thank Rusty Russell for putting together such an incredible and unique teaching program.
Numerous Bible for free in other languages that will help in evangelism