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  • Re: E4 Bible Software

    A search of the owners of that property on the E4 Facebook page shows no family as described by E4 materials: Here's the info I've uncovered. The house has been sold only once and that was in 1964. Maybe the family is living in the home of their parents or grandparents. Who knows? Sigh... 434 Palomar Dr Corona, CA 92879 Year Built: 1964 Property Tax
    Posted to General by John Castle on Wed, May 13 2020
  • Re: E4 Bible Software

    I just noticed that their address is on their Facebook page. I followed it on Google maps and found a photo of the modest home with modest cars in the driveway. It's in Corona, CA.
    Posted to General by John Castle on Wed, May 13 2020
  • Re: E4 Bible Software

    I've used that software for years, but I was always unsure of their right to use the software since another company was also selling the same software. Questions of both companies never were responded to adequately. I don't agree with you that just because they SAY they are Christians that all must be ok. Also, just because they say they are Christians
    Posted to General by John Castle on Wed, May 13 2020
  • Re: E4 Bible Software

    I'm curious if I'm talking to the right group. I'm using E4 to refer to a Quick Verse group and they call themselves E4. Is that the same thing to which this forum is referring? jc
    Posted to General by John Castle on Tue, Feb 11 2014
  • Re: E4 Bible Software

    I also have a large library of software that I've gathered from them over the years ( http://freebiblesoftware.net/ ). But I'm worried. A family run non-profit? What is their oversight? Who's the board? Are they submitted to a local congregation? Concerns: 1. They NEVER respond to email. 2. I received a defective disk from them, and several months after
    Posted to General by John Castle on Tue, Feb 11 2014
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