General Overview & Bible Window

theWord Overview

theWord Overview. This video by Paul Chapman basically focuses on the kinds of sub-windows in the program, and how to open and use them (as a general help). These are Bibleview Windows which contains Bibles, Module (Bookview) Windows which contain any of the various other kinds of modules, i.e. books, commentaries, dictionaries.




Besides that there are also Bible Search windows which contain the results of a search on a Bible or Bibles for a particular word or phrase. You have the option to search a single Bible, or all Bibles. This later feature is extremely nice if you wish to compare the translation practices of the translators of two particular Bibles. For example, compare the KJV and the NIV (or any modern version) on the word “atonement” or “propitation”. The modern versions do not like to translate the underlying Hebrew and Greek into these words but use word arounds. You can also make groups of Bibles, and your search will go across only those Bibles.


Torrey Fundamental Doctrines of the Christian Faith is a set of 15 chapters on various doctrinal themes in the Bible. Some of these chapters are...
1. Inspiration, or to what extent is the Bible Inspired of God?
2. The Christian conception of God...
4. The Deity of Jesus Christ
5. Jesus Christ, a Real Man
6. The Personality of the Holy Spirit
7. The Deity of the Holy Spirit and the Distinction between the Father, Son and Holy Spirit
8. The Atonement...
9. The Distinctive Doctrine of Protestantism: Justification by Faith
10. The New Birth
11. Sanctification
12. The Resurrection of the Body of Jesus and of our Bodies
13. The Devil
14. Is there a Literal Hell?
15. Is Future Punishment Everlasting?
Published in 1918. Downloads:
PDF: Torrey Fundamental Doctrines
theWord: Torrey Fundamental Doctrines
MySword: Torrey Fundamental Doctrines
eSword: Torrey Fundamental Doctrines

Also there are Modules Search Windows which are searches which span all of your installed modules, and there will appear the results of your search words. Also note that these module search windows can be have a group of modules grouped, and the search will go across the only those modules.