updated 04:20 pm EDT, Thu May 1, 2008
OakTree Bible add-ons
Developer OakTree has released two new add-on packages for its flagship Bible research software, Accordance. The app lets users compare multiple translations of the Bible, as well as the original Greek and Hebrew texts; maps and timelines let users compare stories with a historical context. The first add-on is the Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary, which contains over 6,000 entries by "hundreds" of scholars, and was first published in print in 1999. The digital Accordance version is currently being sold for $249.
Oaktree has additionally released the Graphics DVD, which is in fact a collection that contains the Accordance Bible Atlas, the Bible Lands PhotoGuide, and Timeline. Bible Atlas has been updated to v2.2, and includes more place names, while PhotoGuide has reached v3 and now has over 1,600 images. The Graphics DVD is $189.