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- Author: Bullinger, E.W.
- e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
- Tab Name: cb-notes
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e-Sword 9+ Module Download:
Bullinger - Companion Bible Notes, Appendices, and Graphics
9.x - 10.x
Revised: 2/14/2012 - Removed font size specifications so module uses e-Sword user's font sizes.
This install includes E.W. Bullinger's 1909:
Companion Bible Notes
Companion Bible Appendices (in e-Sword Dictionary format)
Companion Bible Maps/Graphics
To use the dictionary appendices with the commentary, select the dictionary from the e-Sword dictionary tab. When you click on an Appendix in the e-Sword commentary, the appropriate appendix will appear in this dictionary.
Bullinger was a hyper-dispensationalist and remains controversial, but ironically, his system does not usually shine through noticeably in the work. When Bullinger died in 1913, the Companion Bible was completed only up to the middle of John. His followers finished the work with comments from his prolific writings elsewhere. The name comes from the fact that a wide margin is left to be a companion to the text, and the work is intended to be the Bible reader’s companion.
The Companion Bible is popular among Christians who want to understand God’s Word in the trusted and familiar language of the King James Text. The Companion Bible is sometimes touted by proponents of the KJV as a free and compelling Study Bible that remains immune to the trends of modern Study Bibles and translations.
Extensive marginal notes (presented as as a commentary in e-Sword format) with appropriate Hebrew and Greek analysis provide alternate translations of critical passages and call attention to other relevant texts.
Detailed outlines focus on the context and significance of each book while emphasizing how each part fits into the whole.
Helps include: 198 appendixes of Hebrew and Greek words and their use, including Figures of Speech, charts, parallel passages, maps, lists of proper names, calendars, and timelines., keyed to the marginal notes, provide additional information on genealogies, synonyms, historical and a wide range of other important topics, A “Must” for the Serious Bible Student.
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