The Companion Bible is a classic, if sometimes controversial, study Bible edited by Ethelbert William Bullinger published in 1922 and still widely used and referenced today. The Companion Bible consists of two portions, both included in SwordSearcher Bible Software:
Although the Companion Bible now bears his name, E. W. Bullinger served as the primary editor of the text, not its sole author. It was completed and published after his death. It was originally printed in six parts, but became most popular in its single-volume form.
In SwordSearcher, the entire Companion Bible scripture commentary and appendix collection can be instantly searched for any word or phrase; is indexed by verse reference; and linked to each verse on which a comment appears.
This text is part of the SwordSearcher Deluxe Study Library.
Module type: Commentary; Book.
Module abbreviation: CBN; CBApx.
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