Today we officially launch dictionary and commentary, the first of many “resource” features to come.
Double-click or use your mouse to select any text on the passage. We’ll do a quick lookup and present it to you in a tool tip. Our first source is the Easton dictionary, which was published in 1897 (now public domain) and contains nearly 4,000 entries. This will be the first of many to come. In the future, you will be able select from the Easton or from other commercial dictionaries.
Click on the “Commentary” tool icon and select any verse on the page. For our first release, we have the Matthew Henry Concise commentary (MHCC). The MHCC was written in 1706 (now public domain) and was heartily used by many famous preachers of its day, including Charles Spurgeon, who stated, “Every minister ought to read it entirely and carefully through once at least.”
The Easton dictionary and the Matthew Henry Concise commentary is the first of many more resources to come. We plan to include Strong’s Concordance for Hebrew and Greek word studies and many other current study guides available in today’s market.
The ooBible Team