It is a beautiful thing when the incomparable Word of God can be paired with the very best technological advancements to advance reading, understanding, and application. That’s what we see with a line of new Bibles paired with a Bible app called Filament.
Throughout human history, the Bible has prompted the development of new technologies for recording and distributing the sacred text of the Scriptures. Technologies ranging from papyrus, scrolls, and the printing press have served Christians for many centuries. Now with electronics and digital technologies, we have Bible software and apps to help access the Scriptures.
Accordance 13 is the latest update in the advanced Bible study market. There is a modest improvement over the previous version and it comes at a modest price. For an additional cost, you can add new books to your library with one of the new upgrade collections.
If you want to do simple Bible study on the go or on your computer, we've got the top 10 best simple Bible study apps available today. This round-up of apps work on iPhone, iPad, Android, and in some cases the Kindle Fire. Many of them also offer Windows, macOS or Linux versions, and a few have online websites dedicated to studying the Bible.
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