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A special offer for Baker N.T. Commentary

Baker N.T. Commentary

Baker N.T. Commentary

Rejoice Christian Software makes some of the best offers on software of any seller that I know about. From now until September 22 they are offering the 12 volume Baker New Testament Commentary software program for the incredibly low price of $49.95. I think you will pay $2.95 for shipping in the USA. This means that for $53 you will have the software program covering all 27 books of the New Testament. These book are written by Presbyterian scholars William Hendriksen and Simon Kistemaker.

Read more about the commentary set here. Note that the price there is $79.95 (already a bargain), but you must go to this link to get the $49.95 price.

The Libronix software program needed to access the books is included.

Even if you have a few of the print volumes you can give them to someone who refuses to use a computer and still have a great deal for yourself.

I do not own stock in this company, and I already have the set on my computer. The deal is so good I am tempted to order again. 🙂

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Dropbox is a nifty tool for those who travel

dropbox_referral_ill_1 Dropbox allows you to store files at their site, but the best feature is the ability to sync the files on your desktop computer with those on your laptop. Before I leave home I put some of the files I am working with in my Dropbox. They are available online or on my laptop whenever I need them. If I make a change in one of the files on the laptop, the change is made on my desktop. If I add a new file in my Dropbox on the laptop that file will be in my Dropbox at home when I return. This program is really user friendly.

It is possible to create a share folder in your Dropbox that enables you to easily share files with a friend.

Here is how the features of Dropbox are described at their website.

  • Sync files across computers
  • Access files online from anywhere
  • Share and collaborate with others

You can get 2 Gb of space free by downloading Dropbox.

If you use the link below you will get an additional .25 Gb of space. Click this link to get Dropbox plus the bonus space.

I am enjoying this program and am pleased to inform my readers about it.

HT: Tyndale Tech.

Get 1,000 Bible Images now

Logos has announced the publication of 1,000 Bible Images for the pre-pub price of $19.95. Estimated ship date is June 2. This means you should buy today! Check full info here. I think these are all black and white drawing, but they will look good in PowerPoint or for use in class handouts. Here is a brief description of the program.

Don’t just read the Bible, see the Bible!

Now you can literally see the people, places, and events of the Bible text—right in front of your eyes! Bring your study of the Bible to life with this collection of 1,000 images, drawings, and illustrations—all produced by professional artists under the supervision of biblical scholars, in association with the German Bible Society. This vivid artwork shows the biblical sites, religious objects, plants and animals, archaeological findings, scenes from daily life in the Bible, and much more! As reliable documentation of biblical life, these images often give a better illustration and explanation than the text itself can give.

Each image includes information which explains the historical and archaeological background, giving you context and study material to understand scenes from the Bible, making this collection a must-have for teachers and pastors, as well as anyone interested in the history, archaeology, and culture in the Bible.

What’s more, with Logos, you can quickly access the Bible text relevant to each image! We make it easy to search for images by keyword, by Bible reference, or by each image description. These images will aid your personal study and sermon preparation, and will serve as a valuable teaching tool when you use them on your handouts or projected presentations. As you study the Bible, you can instantly see what you’re reading about!

This program is in the Libronix Digital Library System and may be downloaded (by those who have the LDLS installed, or by DVD. Here is a reduced illustration from the publication.

Drawing of Ancient Babylon from 1,000 Bible Images.

Drawing of Ancient Babylon from 1,000 Bible Images.

HT: Bible Places Blog.