Bible CD-Rom : LUSENET : Theology and Creation : One Thread

Hi all Could anyone recommend a CD-ROM, which has bible, dictionary, reference material, etc. to aid the study on the course?

Thanks in anticipation of replys Leonard

-- Anonymous, February 14, 2002


I have a CD-ROM which has the New Revised Standard version of the bible, with notes, and a companion to the bible. It has the following ISBN 0-19-528471-2. I have found it helpful, Leonard - though I am sure there are fuller and more up-to-date CD-ROMs around. I think I saw that Cathedral Books in Dublin has something in its recent catalogue. Maybe you could check them out ... You may also find it useful to have a link with the Catechism of the Catholic Church, which is a very comprehensive presentation of the church's teaching. You can read it on-line in the Vatican site : Sorry for the short message, but hopefully there are others out there who may be able to help. Go gently joe

-- Anonymous, February 14, 2002

I was in the Cathedral Book Shot today and they haven't, at present, got the Bible on CD. They have a bible commentary all right. I got into the Vatican site and it should be very helpful.

I am not any help to you Leonard but if I find out anything I will let you know. I found it difficult to get to this site but now that I have succeeded I will check regularly.

Good luck


-- Anonymous, February 22, 2002


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-- Anonymous, February 23, 2002

Sunrise Software at has a range of CD ROM bibles, starting at 29.00. This one has RSV, NKJV, NIV, KJV - with commentaries, (Evangelical Protestant only I think).

I wish I could get a Jerusalem CD ROM - with a Raymond Brown type commentary, but haven't seen one yet. I use one called the PC Study Bible, which is excellent, but a bit pricey.


-- Anonymous, April 21, 2002

Hi everyone am i talking to myself because nobody answers me BooHoo!!! Just on the off chance that anyone might see this has anyone found a copy of the video of the book,"the universe Story",I have rung a few people and no one seems to know who said they had it .We --the southside study group-- would love to locate a copy as it might help us to make head or tail of that bookPlease let us know where it can be located Thanks your fellow confused student Marlene fitzpatrick

-- Anonymous, June 03, 2002


You're not on your own 'out there'. I still haven't finished 'the book' but throughly enjoyed the chapters involved in the course work. I read it in the 'light of' - this is what happened before 'the Garden'. It seems more believable than the Genesis story, for this modern age anyway, and of course, the science part is true. The naming of cells etc. is just putting 'names to faces' so to speak, in the myth element of the Genesis story.

-- Anonymous, June 04, 2002

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