religious freeware


Bible Code Generator – added 3/11/2009

Bible Code Generator is an amusement software that for hidden codes in the text of the Bible or other large text files. Something for the fledgling deconstructionist in you.


MB Free Learn Tarot Software – added 7/25/2006

MB Free Learn Tarot Software is an educational tool for learning the basics of tarot card reading. This program is extremely simple and very useful for beginners who want to learn to read the Rider Waite Deck. The program also includes a Goal Reminder which helps the user set goals that he intends to achieve and keep reminding him about them.


Bible InterFaith Explorer – added 8/12/2005


Bible and InterFaith Explorer tool. Includes a very easy to use interface great for anyone wishing to quickly look up a passage in the Bible or work with InterFaith studies.


The Word – Bible Study Software – added 5/29/2005


An inseparable companion for everyone that wishes to study the Bible and organize his thoughts and notes in an easy and straight-forward manner. Some key features include: multiple bible translations in many languages with full support & handling for greek texts, unique parallel view of multiple translations at once, personal notes for each verse, chapter, and book and subject accompanied with an easy way to categorize them hierarchically!


Scripture Memory System – added 5/29/2005


The Scripture Memory System is a computer program designed to assist in the memorization of portions of the Bible. The program is designed help select which passages you most need to review. A review deck of passages you have learned is maintained by the system. The computer records your progress in detail so that it can decide which passages of scripture you most need to review and then present them to you in that sequence.


InVerse Scripture Memorization – added 5/29/2005


Memorizing Scripture verses is a laudable ambition, but a beginner can find it overwhelming. InVerse simplifies this, containing over 15,300+ verses preloaded in 2,800 of the best known Bible passages from 11 Bible translations. Inverse lets you choose whether to see just the reference (e.g. John 3:16 [Topic:Grace] NIV), a hint, or the passage being memorized. If you want a better sense of the meaning, a quick mouse click will show the context as it appears in the Bible, with verses that come before and/or after. Inverse has a very simple, intuitive user interface. An extensive tutorial (100+ steps) is oriented to less experienced computer users. Early in the tutorial, each and every mouse click is described. Detailed Help is provided, including context sensitive help.


e-Sword – added 5/29/2005


e-Sword is feature rich and user friendly. All available Bibles, commentaries and dictionaries are readily viewed without having to “tile windows”. Create your own “parallel Bible” with up to any four translations. Studying the Word of God and comparing passages have never been easier! Integrated editor for creating your own commentaries or study notes, complete with Spell Checking and a Thesaurus! Notes are “linked” to the Bible for easy viewing and can also be exported for portability. Comprehensive print capabilities, including print preview, allow you to create impressive Bible study handouts from the Study Notes Editor. Strong’s definitions are displayed as ToolTips!


1769 King James Bible – added 5/29/2005


Besides the 1611, still believed to be one of the most accurate translations of the Hebrew and Greek texts that exist today. Purists who want the least amount of human error involved in their search for God’s truth insist on versions prior to the 1800’s.