08 August 2008

The 30 Day Challenge

I recently read a scathing criticism of Bible Study Software developers. The specific issue was that the only thing the developers might know, was what resources were distributed by the competition.

In that light, the blogs by a WordSearch employee, about trying out Logos 3 Scholar's Edition, instead of using his usual WordSearch 8.0 are interesting, especially because of his conclusion.
For what I'm trying to do in my personal and academic studies, I have to wholeheartedly admit that Logos is the best application to suit my needs.

The relevant blog posts are:

The other significant point was about vendor lockin:
Most of the books that I own in WORDsearch are available in Logos; it's just a matter of coming up with the funds to buy the books in Logos so that I can use them in their software.

07 August 2008

NT in the OT

I sort of got it wrong. :(

However, since both OT in the NT.har and NT in the OT.har are available, I'm not sure how significant it is that I attributed the wrong one for being the first "previously unknown" resource to be available on the e-Sword wiki.

Both are attachments available for downloading from

OT in the NT

With the creation of a user's e-Sword wiki, it was only to be expected that new resources would come to light.

Today, the first previously unknown resource for e-Sword was attached there.
OT in the New.har.

Quotes from the Old Testament, that are found in the New Testament.
That this resource is a harmony resource, merely increases both the surprise, and pleasure at seeing it.

The contributor was Clint.