Free Searchable Bible Released By askSam

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A free, searchable version of the King James Bible has been released by askSam Systems.

A free, searchable version of the text of the King James Bible has been released by askSam Systems.

The text from the Bible is available in a searchable, hypertext-linked askSam database. The individual chapters and verses are divided into separate documents in the database. This allows you to easily search and locate sections pertaining to specific topics.

The askSam version allows you to search, browse, and analyze the Bible text. You can either view the text on-line, or you can download the searchable version of the Bible with the free askSam viewer at:    

Search for specific Bible passages or browser through specific books. This is a great tool for indviduals, students, and others interested in studying the Bible.

There is no charge for the software or the Bible text.

askSam Systems publishes software that allows you to collect, organize, and distribute information. It is widely used by researchers, businesses, and information professionals to manage their information.

In addition to Bible, the following are also

available in free, searchable askSam databases:

  • The U.S. 2006 Budget
  • The Sarbanes-Oxley Act
  • The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act
  • The 2005 State of the Union Address
  • The Transcripts from the 2004 Presidential Debates
  • Selected Speeches from the 2004 Political Conventions
  • "Agenda for America" by President Bush
  • "Our Plan for America" by Senators Kerry and Edwards
  • The Patriot Act
  • The 9-11 Commission Report

See for a complete list.


Since 1985 askSam Systems has created some of the world's most popular free-form database and information management tools. askSam products are used worldwide by over 350,000 users to collect, organize and distribute information. For more information on askSam systems see:

Press Contact:

Ann Hartman

askSam Systems

P.O. Box 1428

Perry, FL 32348

850-584-6590 ext. 100

Fax: 850-584-7481


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