Eagle’s View is distinctive from other Bible study tools in that it offers:
- E-matrix (Electronic-spreadsheet) of the bible words organized by books.
- Eagle’s View represents a bird’s eye view of the bible. Eagle’s eye often refers to looking at things with precision and with sharp perception. Eagle’s View provides the user a platform to study the words in the bible perceptively.
- E-BSC (Electronic Bible Statistical Concordance).
- Eagle’s View is a tool for doing Bible studies by means of a statistical approach. Here are the main features:
- With special thanks to the Lockman Foundation, New American Standard Bible (NAS), a popular English Bible translation, is available with Eagle’s View.
- An easy-to-use search engine for doing a statistical analysis in a book comparison study (which, in v1.x, is limited to New Testament books), as well as a standalone book study or word study. Results are tabulated in an easy-to-view spreadsheet layout.
- Depending on your selection criteria, the spreadsheet columns contain items such as the Strong’s number, the Greek word with English translation, the root word, the mood, the book totals, and (for book studies) the ranking type.
- There are options for organizing the search results further, or for creating subsets from the spreadsheet for more detailed analysis.
- For a book study:
- Introduction of two types of counts and rankings (actual and relative) for analyzing the results. (For an explanation, see “methodology”.) The distinctive feature is that the user can select between actual or relative count rankings, thereby reducing the voluminous data, particularly for large book studies.
- A distinctive feature to display chapter totals in the book under study.
- For a word study:
- The user can enter words or Strong’s numbers to search the Bible in the specified search range (you can choose a book or books in the Bible for the search; please see “Features and Options” for more details).
- For word entries, the user can choose “Phrase” search, “Partial” search, or “Neighborhood” search.
- If the user is unsure about the Strong’s number, he or she can enter the word or words in English. There is an option, Find Strong, for finding all the Strong’s numbers of the specified words. You can then glance through the list of Strong’s numbers to select the ones you will use for searching for Bible references.
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