Xiphos Bible Study Software v.3.1.5


A cross-platform Bible application for the Linux & Windows communities. Lookup and search Bible texts & commentaries. Xiphos uses the modules & libraries from The SWORD Project (250 Bibles, 30 commentaries; many other books). Formerly known as GnomeSword

A cross-platform Bible application for the ...

  • Xiphos Bible Study Software
  • 3.1.5
  • 09 Aug 12
  • gnomesword
  • BSD; Windows; Linux
  • Freeware
  • 6.41 Mb
  • 613
  • Free
User Reviews
  • 14.02.201507:36

    I have never seen like this before. I think this would be good to spread to every believer who is fond of reading the bible. Let start reading or meditating the word of God.


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