Drop any Bible passage into the Passage Guide, and you’ll get relevant results from your entire Verbum library, including commentaries and homilies, cross-references, illustrations, ancient literature, media, cultural concepts, and more.
Compare Bible translations side by side or line by line. Verbum highlights the differences between them automatically.
Miracles of the Bible Interactive
Sort every miracle in Scripture into categories, including type (healing, provision, resurrection, etc.), people, location, and book of the Bible.
Lemma in Passage
This section in the Exegetical and Bible Word Study Guides scours your library for every occurrence of the original-language lemma in the passage you want to investigate.
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Understanding a word’s range of potential meanings provides a starting point for discovering what a word means in a specific passage. Exploring semantic domains can help you uncover resonances in a biblical text or trace concepts and themes throughout the Bible.
Explore differences across ancient Bible translations. Get commentaries, manuscripts, modern editions, and ancient versions all in one place.
Angels, Demons, and Deities of the Bible
Pinpoint specific references to an angel, demon, or deity, and then narrow your search to find where they're mentioned by a particular author, called by a specific name, what region they're associated with, and other important details.
Deuterocanon Addressee Dataset
With Verbum, you can quickly identify and search for speakers, addressees, and more. The Reported Speech, Speakers, and Addressees for the Deuterocanon dataset provide annotations for everywhere an individual or group speaks, the contents of that speech, and the person or group who is being addressed. This data can be visually displayed in your biblical text or searched to find, for instance, everywhere Gabriel speaks within the deuterocanonical literature.
Lexicon Reformatting Dataset
Lexicons are incredibly helpful when working with the original biblical languages, but lexicon articles are notoriously difficult to read—filled with jargon, abbreviations, and odd formatting. The Verbum Lexicon Reformatting Dataset makes top lexicons more user-friendly to help you find the information you need. Every entry in major lexicons—like BDAG, BDB, and HALOT—can be restructured into easy-to-read outlines.
Convert Greek and Hebrew text in seconds. Just copy and paste the text, and the Text Converter transforms it into a variety of transliteration schemes.
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