this program is freaking great. it has allowed me to efficiently keep track of and access quickly, thousands of scriptural citations, which has aided my writing of many a paper. i mean, unless you want to spend hundreds upon hundreds of dollars on other "bible software", this is where it is at. there are many modules in many languages available (even some non-religious/dogmatic texts, also maps and such), and it uses webkit for its display of the modules, which means it natively supports any language your mac does. 5 stars!
having said that; beff, you are a moron. one can argue with the accuracy of most historical accounts from the periods(s) in which the old and new testament literatures were written just as well as one can argue with the historicity of the biblical accounts themselves. the fact is, that aside from being inspirational and "spiritually relevant" reading for many people across the world, ANY "older" religious texts (that would include hindu, buddhist, zoroastrian, jewish, christian etc...) do AT-LEAST offer us valuable insight into early stages of human, cultural and psychological development.
some of us study judeo-christian biblical texts for the same reason people across the globe are taught about greek and mesopotamian mythologies [as early as 4th or 5th grade in many schools], to gain knowledge about certain periods in time that we would otherwise know very little about, if it wasn't for the texts. older religious or "mythological" texts, regardless of the doctrines they espouse, offer us treasure troves of information about the history of this thing we call, the "human condition".
atheist or theist, agnostic or gnostic, older religious scriptures can teach everyone a lot. to discount these valuable learning tools as merely "fantasies", is just plain ignorant.