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.
When you think of church, you probably think of freshly brewed coffee, the laughter of friends, welcoming hugs, your favorite hymns, and the preaching of God's word. It's a place to belong, be enriched, and build up spiritual strength for the week ahead. Why would we ever want to give all this up for church on a screen? Well, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a number of individuals unable to meet in-person, and for a time online meeting in person as a church has become and might still be a mandate out of our control, depending on where you live.
Keeping pace with frequent changes in church technology, Bible software companies have consolidated. While the demand for Bible software continues to grow, companies providing robust full-featured Bible study software now total five. This new list includes Logos by Faithlife, Accordance, Olive Tree, Laridian, and E-Sword.
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