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BibleTime

   1.6.4  

KDE Education

Score 70%
BibleTime
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  6178
Submitted:  Jan 5 2004
Updated:  Apr 26 2007

Description:

BibleTime is a Bible Study application for KDE 3.x and provides a simple to use, but still powerful user interface.
On http://www.sf.net/projects/bibletime/ we offer binary packages for Fedora, SUSE and Mandriva.




Changelog:

Version 1.6.4 contains several important bugfixes, especially to the search functionality.
It also contains new translations to Chinese.




LicenseGPL
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 Science

 
 by apokryphos on: Jun 20 2005
 
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Firstly, an absolutely great program. Thanks guys.

Religion is not a science, though both are obviously not opposed to one another per se. Religious studies, and Philosophy even, are grouped under *Arts*, in that attainingg a degree in i.e. UK (in Religious Studies) you get a BA (bachelor of Arts), not a Bachelor of Science (BSc).

Religious studies and Philosophy are, of course, far older schools (as is Mathematics) than science, which only really started getting roots from Aristotle. Anyhow, the Bible is not a work of science, it is a work of spirituality; and, Science (well, any proper scientific method relying on empiricism) didn't really exist when some of the books were being penned.


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 Re: Science

 
 by PreacherDave on: Jun 30 2005
 
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Then why is it that you get a Ph.d in math or biology? Ph.d stands for "Doctor of Philosophy"


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 Re: Re: Science

 
 by apokryphos on: Jul 19 2005
 
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I see absolutely no relation with your question to any point I made. The answer is simple: because of convention.


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 I REPEAT !!

 
 by poliicallycorrect on: Jun 23 2005
 
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KDE is a good thing to create, handle and share data. NOT to make propaganda, even "scientific" renamed.


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 Re: I REPEAT !!

 
 by PreacherDave on: Jun 30 2005
 
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Since when was having a program which you have to separately download a bad thing? It's not like anyone is making you download and use this program. As for it being propaganda, it's a tool for studying the text of one of the largest religions world-wide as well as works of scholarship that have resulted during the 2000+ years of this faith. Now granted there are modules for it designed to enhance the faith-life of an adherent, but again, no one forces you to download and use those.


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 Re: I REPEAT !!

 
 by Linuster on: Jul 17 2005
 
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The Bible is not "propogranda." It is a compilation of writings from different authors in different places with different opinions (propoganda, on the other hand, eminates from a central authority with a set persuasive goal). Nor does it include any actual biblical text along with the software; it is simply an engine. Although I do not believe not it is the word of God, the Bible is an interesting book from both a literary and a historical perspective. Perhaps politicallycorrect is not aware of the Documentary Hypothesis, a scientific theory of how the Old Testament developed, which gives great insight into how religions form and can be studied by anyone with a good English translation. Thanks for making this great software available for free. It will be of great service for both the religious and nonreligious alike.


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 Innapropriate.

 
 by JessicaX on: Sep 12 2005
 
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I agree with above somewhat. Now, lets deconstruct what science is, which is fundamentally something which has NOT been allied with Christianity in any stretch of the imagination.

Story short; Scientific is usually grounded in FACT. The idea that you post this tool on "Science" extremely annoys me, and other Non-Christians when such a "confirmed" attitude is put towards such a matter.

I know that no one can truly justify and completely ground in fact a religion or religious beliefs yet, so please show tact, and move this to "other software", because this kind of thing is not respectful in the least.

In reply to the person above; We don't have any real way of determining if these texts are truthful at all, just like we do not with other religious texts, but this kind of blindness and disregard for others of different religions is tactless, and offensive.

Thank you, please review, and move your software somewhere else, for the tolerance of other religions.

Thank you,
Jessica.


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 religion, science...

 
 by thomas12777 on: Sep 12 2005
 
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... crap.
of course religion is not science - no matter what anyone says - to believe != to know
(ok, knowledge is illusion, but a least science honors this ;)
however, this apps function is to handle the bible. now it's up to the user if he does it in a scientific or religious way.
if you want to discuss (and a scientific handling of religions, "why, how, what, when, core facts, philisophic aspect" will allways end up discussing) with a fundamentalist, you have to operate on his basics.
it's also a good source to unterstand how people control other ppl. by fear (e.g. the "anti terror" policy of the us and some european govs. has many religion like aspects)

conclusion: tools are never good or bad, they hae no gain. you can use a hammer to kill someone or just get a nail into a wall
so calm down on this and use the tool in your way
("know your enemy" ;)


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 Go FAR!!!

 
 by ageless on: Sep 13 2005
 
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Keep your fucking jew-god and you hipocrizy-religion at your own!!! Jesus fucking mary - mary's fucking christ :(((((((((((


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 Ugh...

 
 by cerulean on: Sep 13 2005
 
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Really guys. Have we nothing better to do with our time than have a go at people writing excellent KDE software that will, no doubt, be useful to many people? It's really, really sad.

ageless: I'm worried by the ridiculous, 5-year old attitude you're showing to the world. Really... grow up. Why do you care what section this application is filed under? How does it harm you, or others? Are people being tricked into downloading an application with a digital copy of the world's best selling book of all time?
When they name the application "1337 h4x0r r00t k1t" and you download it and see that it's not what you thought it was, then you can complain - and still not in your disrespectful, illegible, childish, manner.


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