I’ve been thinking I need to find a useable way to be able to do Bible study while on my long bus commutes, since trying to carry a big Bible around and hold it open when typing notes is pretty wacky in such a tight space. So, in a “duh” moment, I decided to search for some good Mac-compatible Bible software. It seems one of the most popular and comprehensive packages on Windows, Logos, is still in the works for Mac, so I wanted to find a cheap/free alternative to tide me over.
Well, I found it, and it’s called MacSword. It’s just a Mac frontend for public content released by the Sword project, which is pretty darn cool actually. I was able to pick up my favorite translation, the ESV, along with some good commentaries, concordances, and so forth. I’m very excited to start digging into some studies for my upcoming series called God: the Ultimate Travel Agent.