Spokane, WA, January 23, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- With the cooperation of Oxford University Press, USA, Olive Tree Bible Software is prepared to release three sets of Bible study notes to be used with Olive Tree’s BibleReader software for Palm OS and Pocket PC devices. The first set of study notes—The New Scofield® Study Bible Notes, based on the King James Version of the Bible—has already been released on Olive Tree’s website.
The New Scofield Study Bible Notes are an adaptation of the original Scofield notes, masterfully written by evangelist and Bible conference leader Cyrus I. Scofield (1843-1921). These notes provide serious Bible students with a wealth of information and study aids to further their understanding of the Scriptures. Included are an introduction and outline for each book of the Bible, together with background information for the different sections of the Bible, such as the Old Testament, New Testament, Pentateuch, Gospels, and epistles.
If you are looking for a scholarly set of study notes that will enrich your Bible study experience, The New Scofield Study Bible Notes are a must. Not only will you discover rich truths about the Scriptures, but you can do it right from the palm of your hand. Take these study notes with you wherever you go. When you have a spare moment or a block of time, they will be easily accessible so you can pick up your Bible study right where you left off. Visit www.olivetree.com to find out more about The New Scofield Study Bible Notes.
About Olive Tree Bible Software
Olive Tree Bible Software provides Bible versions and study tools for Palm OS, Pocket PC, Smartphone and Symbian cell phones, and BlackBerry devices. Web and online Bible search engines are also available. The BibleReader™ application enables users to read Bibles and other resources, quickly navigate to new references, search documents, bookmark passages, create personalized notes, and much more. The company publishes over 100 electronic translations of the Bible, as well as commentaries, dictionaries, devotionals, and Christian eBooks. The Bible is offered in many languages, including Chinese, English, French, German, and Spanish. Original Hebrew and Greek texts with parsing tools are also available. Visit www.OliveTree.com.
About Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press, Inc. (OUP USA), is Oxford University Press’s second major publishing center, after Oxford (UK). It publishes works that further Oxford University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education.
OUP USA is by far the largest American university press and perhaps the most diverse publisher of its type. It publishes at a variety of levels, for a wide range of audiences in almost every academic discipline. The main criteria in evaluating new titles are quality and contribution to the furtherance of scholarship and education. OUP USA produces approximately 500 titles each year, of which 250 are scholarly research monographs, and imports close to 800 such works from the UK and branch offices. OUP USA has 3,300 scholarly books in print and stocks another 8,700 imports from other OUP offices around the world. All publications are first vetted by OUP’s Delegates, who are leading scholars at Oxford University and top institutions in the US.