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Workspaces and User Tool used in the "Amplifying to Websites" webinar


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I’ve attached a few of the workspaces I used as well as the “Web Sites” user tool. Just unzip the attachment and then double-click each of the icons to install them in Accordance.

 

Accordance Tools and Sites.zip

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13 hours ago, Mark Allison said:

I’ve attached a few of the workspaces I used as well as the “Web Sites” user tool. Just unzip the attachment and then double-click each of the icons to install them in Accordance.

 

Accordance Tools and Sites.zip 28.96 kB · 8 downloads

 

Thanks for this, Mark. I wasn't able to attend the seminar because of other commitments. Was it recorded? I'd like to be able to watch it.

 

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3 hours ago, Donald Cobb said:

 

Thanks for this, Mark. I wasn't able to attend the seminar because of other commitments. Was it recorded? I'd like to be able to watch it.

 

 

Donald, since it hasn't been posted on the Accordance website yet, send your request to lindaperry@accordancebible.com. She'll be glad to send you a link.

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42 minutes ago, Mark Allison said:

 

Donald, since it hasn't been posted on the Accordance website yet, send your request to lindaperry@accordancebible.com. She'll be glad to send you a link.

 

Thanks Mark!

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Thanks for sharing those, @Mark Allison.

I'm sorry I couldn't make the webinar.

Looking at that long list of sites in the "Web Sites" one you shared, I might add:

Also, and perhaps you noted it in the webinar, I also use the External Websites tool to link to documents on my computer. E.g., Kindle books, PDFs, etc. One just needs to get the full and proper path name.

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1 minute ago, mgvh said:

Thanks for sharing those, @Mark Allison.

I'm sorry I couldn't make the webinar.

Looking at that long list of sites in the "Web Sites" one you shared, I might add:

Also, and perhaps you noted it in the webinar, I also use the External Websites tool to link to documents on my computer. E.g., Kindle books, PDFs, etc. One just needs to get the full and proper path name.

He mentioned Kindle, but he thought it is not possible. Yes the proper file path... 

 

As I also wished was a file path, so we can open PDF. It is possible if you open the PDF from your HD in a webbrowser and copy the path, but this is not so smooth.

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I can open Kindle books, but the trick is figuring out which book it is using with the obscure naming system. Here, for example, is the path to a commentary I have on Kindle.

 

C:\Users\mark\Documents\My Kindle Content\B00YT7CXGO_EBOK\B00YT7CXGO_EBOK.azw

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I have put together a list of some more websites that I have found quite informative and useful

 

Associates for Biblical Research

https://biblearchaeology.org

Archaeologically based website. This organization has been involved in excavating at Shiloh, Ai and other Biblical sites. Lots of good articles. They recently found the oldest Proto-Hebrew inscription ever found dating to Joshua’s conquest in about 1400 BC at Mount Ebal that has the Divine name YHW on it.

 

Associates for Biblical Research Digging for Truth

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxGX6x_7lHL3nDc-WLyHN6no_Hj2uZ_mw

These are ½ hour TV programs generally related to the reliability and historicity of the Bible with an Archeological foundation

 

Is Genesis History

https://isgenesishistory.com/

Film and documentary evidence for the Biblical age of the earth and creation in general

 

Apian Media

https://www.appianmedia.org/?target=9yov2bbd3w2lbu4660hv2zfin&params=%7B%7D

Several free video series related to the Bible

 

Creation Astronomy

https://www.creationastronomy.com/

Science based videos related to the created Solar System, Stars and Galaxies and the created universe

 

The Master’s Seminary You Tube channel

https://www.youtube.com/c/TheMastersSeminary

lots of videos and some recorded classes

 

Bible Places

https://www.bibleplaces.com/

Has lots of Photo collections and Photo companion to the Bible

 

Biblical Science Institute

https://biblicalscienceinstitute.com/

This is a website by Jason Lisle, an astrophysicist and discusses issues pertaining to science and the Christian faith

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Thanks for sharing Erhard!

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