Frames/No Frames and Mobile Browsers- Most Browsers (such as Netscape v. 3.0 or IExplore v. 3.0 or later) are capable of displaying multiple pages on the screen in "HTML Frames." The default viewing mode for this study series utilizes three windows (frames) which are updated interactively as needed. In this mode, the large upper window contains the lesson, while the two smaller lower windows display cross reference text and other information. A button bar above the large upper window facilitates program navigation.
If you are viewing in Frame format, this text will be in a window in a lower corner of your browser screen. If the text occupies the full browser window area, you are not in Frame mode or your browser is not Frames compatible. To test your browser, or to return to Frame mode, click here: Return to 3 Window Frame Mode. If your browser is not compatible, use the Back button to return to this page.
Some older browsers and many mobile browsers (on smart phones and PDA's) are not fully Frames compatible. Try these alternate viewing modes, to find what works best for your device.
Bookmarks- Because this site makes heavy use of HTML Frames, bookmarks do not work well in the multi-window viewing modes. You should bookmark the starting page of 'The Book' to facilitate opening the program. However, content on subsequent pages cannot be bookmarked effectively. Once you learn your way around, it is not hard to return to where you left off, by using the Buttons and/or Resource Menu. On the other hand, bookmarks do work well on content, when using the 'One Page at a Time mode.' (See Frames Help for more on the various viewing modes.)
Printing- Most browsers will allow printing of any page presently on-screen. From the top command bar, select "File", "Print". If your browser screen is presently divided into multiple windows (Frames), try right clicking on the Frame which you want to print. Then select "Print" from the pop-up menu. With some browsers, this will print the entire article in that frame. With other browsers, it will only print a 'screen shot' of what is presently in view. If that is the case, right click on the frame desired, select 'Properties' to identify the file name and path (ie., the URL to the file). Then enter that data in the URL window of your browser, to call up that individual file. With many browsers, you can adjust the print font size by adjusting the viewed 'text size' and/or by adjusting the page magnification in the 'print preview' mode.
Thou Sayest??- Do you wonder why we chose to use the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible in this publication? Here are a few reasons:
The Editor of these studies, David Wurm, graduated in 1971 from Philadelphia College of Bible, Phila., PA. Since then, most of his ministry has been in Alaska. For more than a decade, he served several small villages as a circuit riding pastor, traveling primarily by small aircraft. In recent years, he has been active in Bible preaching and teaching at churches in the Fairbanks area. (See contact information below.)
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