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#175 Picture the New Testament


Timothy Jenney
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Having trouble locating visual resources for your Bible study? Check out Accordance's new Picture the New Testament, a photo-commentary that scrolls along with your Bible!

 

https://www.accordancebible.com/Picture-The-New-Testament

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Thanks dr j as always. (Illuminating the cryptic hint you made last week).

 

If its a reference resource, can you confirm if my assumption is correct that this will also be available in the second window on ios and scroll with the text (unlike the other photo libraries which are either general or english tools).

 

Thanks once again.

 

;o)

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Yes!

 

It is a reference tool and it will scroll in a parallel pane with the Bible. In fact, that is exactly the reason we created it.

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This resource looks good. It seems to be very close to what Todd Bolen has produced in his Photo Companion To The Bible. The Photo Companion appears to have a much more extensive collection but is more expensive as well. His work also covers some of the Old Testament in addition to the New Testament.

 

https://www.bibleplaces.com/gospels-photo-companion-to-the-bible/

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It seems to be very close to what Todd Bolen has produced in his Photo Companion To The Bible.]

I have todd's cultural images in accordance and its really really valuable, but as i predominently use ios, for me the value of picture the nt is you can open it in a second pane with a text on Ios now today!!!!!!

 

While I live in hope that accordance will enhance the semi skinned version to give us better dual windows, this resource does mean you have images running parallel to the text today! And we live in a very now society!

 

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There is another issue with Bolen's Photo Companion. Its large number of pictures take up a huge amount of space. That's not an issue on a computer, but it definitely is on a mobile device. this one is currently only 311 MB. When complete, I'l bet is will still be under 0.5 GB. That's small enough for any phone or tablet.

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