Good News Interactive is proud to announce the release of My Study Bible 2.0. The newest version of our award winning personal Bible Study software. My Study Bible 2.0 contains 7 Bible translations, Commentaries, Side by Side Translations and more...
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Description: Good News Interactive is proud to announce the release of My Study Bible 2.0. The newest version of our award winning personal Bible Study software. My Study Bible 2.0 contains 7 Bible translations, Commentaries, Side by Side Translation Comparison, Verse Hi-Liting, Personal Notes, Powerful Search Engine, a 3 minute Interactive Salvation Message, Bible Study Tips and Techniques written by Rev. T. Keinath, D. Min. and much More!
Personal Bible - My Study Bible is the only Bible software that is personalized just for you. Print any verse, chapter, topic, image, or search result.
Verse Hi-Lite - Our proprietary technology allows you to Hi-Lite your favorite Bible verses just like your printed Bible.
Personal Notes - Add a personal note or teaching to a verse or verses.
Translation Comparison - Side by side comparison of 7 popular Bible translation including KJV, ASV, YLT, Darby's, Webster's, World English Bible and Spanish Translations
Search the Bible - The fast search engine quickly finds the verses you're looking for and allows you to read a full chapter with a click of the mouse.
Commentaries - Take your studying to a new level with informative Bible commentaries written by world renowned theologians.
Bible Study - Have you ever wondered where the Bible came from? How we can be sure of its authenticity and accuracy? Answers to these questions as well as useful Bible study techniques written by Dr. Thomas W. Keinath.
Mini CD - All that software on such a little disk? Yes! The mini CD is a great conversation piece and ice-breaker. Small enough to fit in a shirt pocket and makes a great gift for that person you'd love to share the "Word of God" with!
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