Downloading from Site
Downloading From This Website
Pastors and other teachers, who use laptop computers for the overhead projecting of visual aids and class notes, can use this structure for quickly finding documents, in answer to ad hoc questions from students.
All users, whether pastor, teacher, or serious Bible student, may derive productivity benefits from the structure and the tools available here. Linking topical notes, ours or yours, into a categorical structure, and using other tools available at this site, can help alleviate your paper shuffling, disk searching, page turning, and other redundant efforts.
Helping you to become more productive in your Bible study is one of our primary goals. Consequently, we allow you to download virtually anything from this site. [Please review our copyright notice.]
You may download individual pages manually into your personal computer's directory (folder) structure. However, please consider that most of the web pages at this site are linked to other web pages. If you wish to maintain the connectivity between those pages, you may wish to use our directory structure on your computer's hard drive. [Help: Manually setting up a directory structure.}
You may download our entire structure (4 MB zip file) and use it to organize your own topical Bible notes, whether or not you download any of our notes. Of course, you may mix your notes with ours, while keeping track of which notes are distinctly your own.
The authors of the notes can be known to you before they are loaded and displayed by using the "SAMs." Coming soon, will be a web page explaining the use of the SAMs. Keep watching for it on the "What's New" page. Astute users may figure it out for themselves by studying the SAM for the topic "Death."
The efficiency (for both teacher and student) of having pop-up verses available, and thereby avoiding the time of looking up supporting verses, is a worthwhile effort. Many of the topical studies at this site already have NASB verses imbedded. To use those pop-up verses, you will need to have a Java script in the same directory with the HTML file being displayed with your browser. Please go to Help_pop_up_verses.htm for relevant "How To" instructions.
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