Ever seen one of those commercials where the guy is on the plane and he’s talking to the person next to him about how much money he saved on his hotel or some other thing and he’s all proud of himself for getting a great deal. Well then the next person tells him how much he paid for the same thing and instantly the man is torn apart because he realizes he paid far more than the other person.
Well today is not one of those days. Today is an update to a wonderful Bible Atlas/Dictionary Combination project. It’s not only a Bible dictionary, it’s also an atlas, it’s also a way to walk through the physical lands of the Scriptures.
(unzip file into c:\Program Files\BibleWorks 7\databases\)
NOTE: This module will require both an Internet connection and Google Earth to work effectively.
Another wonderful release by Pasquale for BibleWorks 7 users is the addition of files which were initially provided on the web by Bible Geocoding website. The files are used in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution License.
While you’re at it, check out the entirety of the Bible Geocoding website and, BibleWorks user, Mark Hoffman’s blog in which he discusses some of the map bonuses for Google Earth.