Electronic Bible Tools Is Taking Over Our Library

Bible Softwares are getting its way to take over our own personal library of Bible tools. It has already been proven that today, electronic Bible tools are becoming more useful than those printed ones.

Electronic Bible tools make our searches a lot easier, more mobile by which carrying a laptop is already carrying your entire library, and a way lot cheaper.

But what if you do not have a software for we all know that Bible Tool sofwares are still expensive. You don’t have to worry for there are already totally free Bible softwares. All you have to do is to check my post entitled “Paid and Free Bible Softwares for Everybody”.

Today however, I will be presenting to you another Bible tool software which is also totally free. But this time, it is online. It is not something that you will have to install in your laptop and PC’s. It is something that you can use online and just like browsing over the net. All you need is an internet connection of course.

Here’s what this website offers:

  • Bible Atlas
  • Different Bible Versions
  • Concordance
  • Bible Dictionaries
  • Encyclopedia
  • Reference Bible
  • Commentaries
  • Interlinear Bibles
  • Lexicons
  • Thesaurus
  • Devotions
  • Visuals
  • Apocrypha
  • List of Topics
  • List of Stories
  • Many many more…

Here’s the screenshot of its homepage:


You get all these in just one website. And this website is multilingual which means that it covers more languages for more people. This can be very very very helpful if you are a minister, pastor, and a Bible Student.

So don’t miss checking this website out.

Visit www.biblos.com

PS. As I try to observe this website, almost all links is hosted on different webhosts. So you might be confused on the links. www.biblos.com is the home page, but it’s not the same link in almost each reference button.

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