These are the files that I created for Tome Raider. Feel free to download them.
Usually I pack a few Bible translations in my Psion so that I can use them during the Bible studies. It is just handy to have multiple translations so that you can verify verses, as some translations are more literal, and some translations are easier to understand. For these Bible translations, basically I put one chapter into one section, with the abbreviation of the book plus the chapter number as the index.
- King James Version (KJV; 1.85Mb)
- Revised Standard Version (RSV; 1.82Mb)
- World English Bible (WEB; 1.86Mb)
- Chinese Union Version (Traditional Chinese; 1.66Mb)
Note: encoded using UTF8. On Psion, you need to have UniFEP installed.
Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
From Bible Fundation's web site:
These Dictionary topics are from M.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition, published by Thomas Nelson, 1897. Due to the nature of etext, the illustrated portion of the Dictionary have not been included.
I personally found Easton's Bible Dictionary is one of the better public domain one out there, and it cetainly covers a lot of names and terms we find in the Bible. Another nice tool to bring along to your Bible study I guess. Here's the file:
- Easton's Bible Dictionary (1.43Mb)
You can obtain the latest source text file from Bible Fundation's web site, as it is currently in the public domain. I wrote a simple Python script that takes all the data files and convert them into Tome Raider's format. Here's the script:
- easton.zip (0.4kb)