This classic Oxford publication—Helps to the Study of the Bible (1890)—is one of the very first modern Bible Handbooks, and Biblesoft is pleased to make it available for the first time in an integrated electronic form. Like most Bible Handbooks, it contains a survey of the books of the Bible (accessible as Commentary), as well as sections on the geography of the Holy Land, cities, customs, plants & animals, and much more! We have adapted sections of this reference work to function as a "Dictionary of Antiqutities and Customs, etc", which can be accessed, by article or definition, under "Topics". Only the Concordance and General Index from the print version could not be included, for technical reasons, in this version (and has been priced accordingly).
We also make available here Bible Illustrations, a supplemental volume to the Oxford handbook. The Illustrations are a series of more than 100 image plates, with introductory explanation and notes. These images have been turned into an integrated Photo set (under "Media") in the OneTouch and PC Study Bible programs. You can also access the introductory material and notes under the Books menu.