If you are looking for e-Sword, you have come to the right place. We explain what e-Sword is and point you to the official download.
What is e-Sword?
e-Sword is a software that contains information about the Bible. This is developed by Rick Meyers who was a Bible scholar or student and a teacher. This online media library features a variety of literature for Bible studying and personal devotion. It consists of Sunday School lessons, sermons, Bible study topics, Bible history and facts, and more. It is a media library that features large volumes of information about the Bible for pastors, preachers, evangelists, Sunday School teachers, scholars, students and even ordinary church members who are interested to learn more about the Word of God. It only takes a few clicks to access any information needed.
e-Sword is easy and fast to download, and after successful installation, users can have an immediate access anytime they need to study the Bible or other related information about the Scriptures. Generally, this can provide knowledge, wisdom, deeper understanding of what Christianity means in the life of an individual. It is definitely designed for people who would consider themselves as devoted Christians but also created for individuals who are skeptical about God’s Word. Anyone is welcome to install, access and use this kind of software.
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File types supported by e-Sword
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About file types supported by e-Sword
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Last updated: : October 1, 2012