Download the Bible text as data for your digital projects, apps, and websites. The ESV is available in HTML, plain text, and the XML format used to store the text. Download the Holy Bible in plain text and html format. You can also download the Bible translations of some other language, i.e. Arabic, Danish.
On this page, you will find the complete Bible in text format that you can download. So that you can store the Bible in you iPod, USB stick, MP3 / MP4 players, mobile phones. This project was motivated by my newly acquired cheap MP4 player with a simple text reader.
The advantages are: • no need for PDF reader • no need to have expensive PDA or mobile phone. Any older portable device with a text reader will do. • resolution would be native text, hence no need to render fonts as graphics like PDF. But the real motivation is of course: And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come. Matthew 24:14 What? The contents of course is God's Scriptures, also known as The Holy Bible.
Specifically, it contains the • Old Testament • New Testament In addition, it also contains: • Apocryhpa How? Just click on the link on the left navigation bar to get any of the zip files.
Unzip the zip files into your PC. Copy any or all of the txt files into your PDA, Mobile, MP4 player etc. Within each zip file, are various folders named according to the Books in the Bible (eg Genesis, Exodus). Within each folder are the various txt files. Each chapter from each book in the Bible will be a single txt file.
For example the files are: • Genesis1.txt • Genesis2.txt •.. • Revelations22.txt Within each txt file contains all the verses for that chapter. Each verse starts with a line number like: 1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. 2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. The source is from:. The original download contains the entire Bible in one txt file. Hence my project was to parse it and divide it into separate books and chapters.
NEW Android - It appears that newer versions of Android with voice capability such as Voice Aloud, can have the tablet or smartphone read the bible out to you. Comments If you find this useful, feel free to link to this webpage or tell your friends. Please email any comments to ruwach, whose email is at gmail.com Also, we would like to hear from you about which device you have uploaded the Bible Text to.
The current devices the Bible Text has been uploaded to are: • Laser - Groove Mate V10 - MP3 MP4 player. • Iriver - E100 MP4 player.
• Samsung Wave S8500 (BADA operating system) • Transcend - MP860 • IPod Nano 4G • Nexus 7 (Google/ASUS) tablet • Zenithink ZT-180 Android ePad • HTC Rezound Links Feedback.
Source texts are available with software There are numerous Biblical source texts available (free, in 'public domain') for download into Bible software type programs. Where else are they available? (in a plain text file type) I am looking for either 1) source files or 2) recommended method(s) for generating source files. Purpose I want to pair up custom Hebrew-Greek Interlinears for study (while away from the computer) in the original languages.
I would like to make these to be of publishable quality. My desired interlinear is nowhere available for purchase.
The answer to this question would be related to, but this question here deals only with source availability. Texts I'm Looking for: (Must have reliable single manuscript type sources or reliably-edited sources) • Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) • Hebrew New Testament (i.e., Delitzsch's translation) • Greek Old Testament (i.e., Rahlf's Septuagint (LXX)) • Greek New Testament (i.e., Textus Receptus, or a UBS edition) An answer might include a linked site for downloadable text files, or a recommended brand software export feature (with a view to one or several of the texts I'm looking for). Once an answer has a source, we can comment/edit the rest of the sources so far as they may be found. Welcome to Biblical Hermeneutics, Qoheleth-Tech!
I'm sorry we have to close this question and it doesn't reflect poorly on you in any way. It's marginally off-topic in the sense that it isn't really asking about the texts or about a specific hermeneutical approach, but is rather asking where to find resources. I picked the 'Not Constructive' reason since it doesn't really fit with the way Stack Exchange functions. I see you've gotten involved in chat, which is really the best place to discuss this. I look forward to seeing you around and reading your future answers! – Apr 6 '13 at 3:28. These are Some Source Texts Available in Plain Text • Westminster Leningrad Codex Hebrew Text.