StudyLamp Software has released version 5 of SwordSearcher, a
Bible study application for Windows XP, 2000, and Vista.
SwordSearcher provides users with a wide variety of tools for
Bible study, with an interface that is easy to learn and use, for
both devotional and in-depth Christian Bible study.
In addition to making Bible searches fast and simple,
SwordSearcher includes a unique Verse Guide function designed to
make accessing a vast amount of library material as simple as
typing in a verse reference or subject. Users can specify any
verse reference or passage to study, and SwordSearcher will
instantly show every book, commentary, topical, or dictionary
resource that references the verse or passage.
Version 5 of SwordSearcher implements significant improvements to
the user interface and searching functions of the software, with
refinements based on rigorous testing by a group of Bible
students, pastors, and teachers. Version 5 adds new searching
methods for both simple and complex searches. Users can search
any individual item, or the entire study library, nearly
instantaneously for words, phrases, word forms, fuzzy matches,
and with simple or complex Boolean expressions.
Additionally, version 5 expands the SwordSearcher study library
by adding John Gill's complete Exposition of the Bible, Clarence
Larkin's commentaries on Daniel and Revelation, and a
comprehensive Harmonies and Chronologies reference. The library
includes over 50 resources: Bibles, books, commentaries, topical
guides, dictionaries, encyclopedias, charts, maps, and
The SwordSearcher Deluxe CD-ROM is $49.95 and can be ordered on
the internet at http://www.swordsearcher.com . An evaluation
version of the software is available for free at the same website.