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  • Re: ESV and Hebrew Bibles

    The Arabic Bible also has issues with the characters being squished together. I also just tried the Aramaic Cairo fragments; the characters are having the same problems.
    Posted to Android Apps by Matthew Yarbrough on Tue, Jul 12 2011
  • Re: ESV and Hebrew Bibles

    Well, I finally got the ESV to work. I cleared the data, and it then gave me the option to download the ESV, which I did, and have been happily using it. However, the Hebrew is still squished together on the Andersen-Forbes Analyzed text of the Hebrew bible. After I cleared the data, it also gave me the option to download it, and that didn't help either
    Posted to Android Apps by Matthew Yarbrough on Tue, Jul 12 2011
  • ESV and Hebrew Bibles

    I downloaded the beta app for android on my Sony Xperia Play, and everything seems to be working fine except... I cannot open the ESV. Everytime I go to open it, it brings me back to the library page. No other bible translation has done this, so I don't know why the ESV is doing it. Furthermore, the Hebrew bibles (BHS and Anderson-Forbes Analyzed Text
    Posted to Android Apps by Matthew Yarbrough on Sun, Jul 10 2011
  • Re: Google Chromebooks & Logos

    I agree with Mr. Black and Mr. Phillips; I would love Biblia to incorporate the Exegetical Guide and Word Study capabilities.
    Posted to Biblia.com by Matthew Yarbrough on Fri, May 13 2011
  • Re: Google Chromebooks & Logos

    I am considering buying a Chromebook at the moment, and am trying to figure out if it is worth it, based on my usage of Logos. I am a Bible college student and heavily reliant of Logos. Biblia.com is great, but there are still some things that make me weary in regards to getting a Chromebook. How advanced do you think Biblia will be, or do you think
    Posted to Biblia.com by Matthew Yarbrough on Thu, May 12 2011
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