Interlinear Scripture Analyzer basic

Interlinear Scripture Analyzer basic 2.1

Read the New Testament in Greek and English with this program
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The original texts in the New Testament were written in Greek and, although there are good English translations, nothing compares with reading them in the language in which they were created. This program shows the text in Greek simultaneously with its pronunciation and literal translation into English. It also shows the King James' Authorized Version text so you can compare both the literal and non-literal versions of the Scriptures.

The program has a function that allows you to find out how many times a word appears on a given text such as one of the four Gospels or any of the Epistles. It also includes Strong's Concordance notes, which are useful to find the literal meaning of a Greek word.

The program includes the New Testament Greek-English interlinear version database. You can also add other free modules such as the Concordant Literal Version of the Bible, which can be downloaded from the developer's website.

It may take you a while to familiarize with all the functions and features of the program, but if you are a cleric, a Bible scholar or an ordinary person interested in the study of the Bible, it may be worth trying.

Victor Hernandez
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