The Unbound Bible website is a place where you can create your own side-by-side parallel views of the Bible. You will probably want to view just two versions of the Bible at a time (Greek and English, for example!) but you can also create views with three or even four versions displayed at once.
Here are some instructions:
1. Go to the Unbound Bible website.
2. Choose your parallel versions from the dropdown menu. You need to choose at least one version to view, and you can choose to view two or three or four versions in parallel. You can view the Greek New Testament (without accents, unfortunately) or the Greek Septuagint (with accents, fortunately).
3. Choose which part of the Bible you want to view. You can choose an entire section of the Bible, a specific book, a specific chapter in a book, or even a particular verse.
4. Click the Search button and the parallel versions will pop up in a new window.
There are many other options available at the website, including searches for words and phrases. You might want to take some time exploring this site to see what it has to offer!
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