I recently reviewed Miklal Software Solutions Strong’s Greek Dictionary of the Bible for Kindle, and I must say the Hebrew dictionary is just as impressive. Like their Strong’s Greek Dictionary, Miklal Software Solutions Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary of the Bible is also available for nook. I’ve always said that Strong’s dictionaries are must-have tools for Bible study. Miklal Software Solutions offers Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary, a perfect complement to their Strong’s Greek Dictionary, providing yet another must-have tool in e-book format. Navigation is among the best on Kindle. Rather than being read in sequence, reference works such as this have a challenge in making navigation simple enough to make it useful. Like their Strong’s Greek Dictionary, Miklal Software Solutions delivers again with their simple but powerful navigation system. The first is a table of contents that provides the Hebrew alphabet and the Strong’s numbers for each letter. Selecting the letter provides the next level of screens, which provides two letters and the Strong’s numbers related to those numbers. Another type of navigation is done through hyperlinks within the text. If you know the Strong’s number you’re looking for, simply type the letter ‘h’ and the Strong’s number. This will take you directly to the definition you want. You can also search for the transliterated word (ex: Elohim). Quick and easy. Miklal Software Solutions has done an excellent job in developing Strong’s...Read More
Miklal Software Solutions offers a solid e-reader edition of Strong’s Greek Dictionary of the Bible for Kindle and nook. This review covers the Kindle edition. Strong’s dictionaries are must-have tools for Bible study. Miklal Software Solutions offers this must-have tool in ebook format, making e-readers even better Bible study tools. Strong’s Greek Dictionary provides an easy to use reference for studying the original Biblical Greek language. I like the layout of the dictionary. Each word is given in the original Greek, and then transliterated into English. Each word includes the Strong’s number, pronunciation, and definition. I’m impressed with the Greek fonts in this text, which is beautiful. Navigation is easy as there are various types of navigation provided. The first is a table of contents that provides the Greek alphabet and the Strong’s numbers that are related to that letter. Selecting the letter provides the next level of screens, which provides two letters and the Strong’s numbers related to those numbers. Another type of navigation is done through hyperlinks within the text. This is one of the most useful features in my opinion. If you know the Strong’s number you’re looking for, simply type the letter ‘g’ and the Strong’s number. This will take you directly to the definition you want. You can also search for the transliterated word (ex: logos). The navigation features make the dictionary a very...Read More
Miklal Software Solutions has put out a number of Bible study resources for Nook and Kindle. They are all well-formatted and contain advanced navigational features. Here are some titles: Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) (Available for Kindle and Nook) Strong’s Greek Dictionary of the Bible (Available for Kindle and Nook) Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary of the Bible (Available for Kindle and Nook) Strong’s Greek and Hebrew Dictionary of the Bible (Available for Nook) The Comprehensive Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic Glossary (Available for Kindle and...Read More
E-book readers, such as the Amazon Kindle, are great tools for Bible study. Here are five Bibles that would enhance your Bible reading and study on the Kindle. ESV from Crossway A free version of the ESV translation. This Bible has good navigation and a great price. ESV Study Bible from Crossway The ESV Study Bible has lots of notes on the Biblical canon, how to study, theology, etc. It’s a vast wealth of study for less than $10. OSNOVA KJV Study Bible The OSNOVA Study Bible has about the best navigation of any Bible for Kindle. It’s designed for easy searching, is in paragraph format, and includes Treasury of Scripture Knowledge, How to Study the Bible for Greatest Profit, and Daily Bread. All for $4.99. HCSB from Holman A free version of the Holman Christian Standard version. NIV Archaeological Study Bible One of the best study Bibles ever made (IMHO). The Archaeological Study Bible is a filled with archaeological facts about places, people, cultures, and more....Read More
I’ve always liked gadgets, and I especially like gadgets that allow me to carry 1500-3500 books that look like paper, have adjustable fonts, and contain excellent Bible study material. There are many Bibles and Bible study resources available for both Kindle and nook (as well as Sony E-Reader, Borders Kobo, etc) at great prices. For example, you can buy the ESV Study Bible for around $10.00. That’s a major savings over buying a hard copy. Both machines will start a book where you left off, no matter how many books you are reading. Also, you start where you left off no matter which device you were reading on. For example, if you read using the Kindle, and then use the Kindle application for your PC, you start at the same place you left off. I like this feature because I’m always losing my place in a book. Both machines have annotation and highlighting features, so you can make notes in your books. The Kindle will let you see notes that others have made and shared. Also, you can’t see through the paper like you can in print Bibles, making the text much clearer than printed Bibles. Both e-readers are amazing Bible study machines. Both contain many reference works, Bibles, devotionals, and books on every Biblical topic. Both e-readers are great at reading PDF files. I have dozens of Bible...Read More
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