The Bible is a complex document, and studying it can be a lifelong endeavor for clergy and laypeople alike. Bible Analyzer is a tool that can help you with your Bible studies, whether you're preparing a sermon or just trying to deepen your understanding for your own benefit.
At first glance, Bible Analyzer's interface is a little overwhelming, with six different modules containing all sorts of different information. Take a little time to familiarize yourself, though, and it starts to make sense pretty quickly. A narrow module on the left lists all of the Bible's books in order, and clicking on one displays its text in the Bible module. You can view the King James Version, the American Standard Version, or both versions side by side. The commentary module lets you view notes from The People's New Testament or the Scofield Bible Reference, as well as record your own notes, and the dictionary module gives access to the American Tract Society Dictionary, the Scofield Reference Bible Notes Index, and Torrey's New Topical Textbook. The ScripturePad is a built-in word processor with which you can take notes or create lessons or sermons from within the program. We were quite impressed with the wide array of features that Bible Analyzer offers: a built-in text reader, daily devotions, a quiz function, and much more. You can even create new modules to customize Bible Analyzer's appearance and content. The program's built-in Help file is comprehensive and includes plenty of screen captures. Overall, we think that Bible Analyzer is a powerful and flexible tool that's appropriate for anyone who's serious about Bible study.
Bible Analyzer installs a desktop icon without asking but uninstalls cleanly.