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  • Re: - Direction and Vision

    After nearly a month of thought and reflection, I have decided to keep local apps for Bible study and I will tell you why. Recently, the government and the current administration has lobbied for control of the internet in ways we've not seen before. While some of the requested control is to deter or foil terrorist plots--which is admirable--the control
    Posted to by Gary Maxwell on Wed, Sep 29 2010
  • Re: - Direction and Vision

    Nicholas, I have several web sites bookmarked for the purpose of Bible study as it is. And they work very nicely for my needs. You could say that I am "in the cloud" already where Bible study is concerned. As progresses I may eventually consider buying some books so I can access them through regardless of whether I can install
    Posted to by Gary Maxwell on Thu, Sep 2 2010
  • Re: - Direction and Vision

    Hi Bob... As a Linux user, my choices are limited as to what Bible study software I use. I have heard good things about the Logos product for several years but am unable to use it due to my platform of choice. I can use Crossover Linux--a commercial compatibility layer and run *some* Bible study tools such as e-Sword and the like but not your product
    Posted to by Gary Maxwell on Wed, Sep 1 2010
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