Marking up text

I like how in the passaging module you can color the text. Is there any way that this feature could be added to the read module?

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περὶ τοῦ λόγου "πεποίθησις"

Thanks for bringing that to our attention, Jordan! And I’m glad you like the app so much; that’s encouraging!

Submitting mistakes like that here is fine (unless we create a separate category for reporting errors). You could also send an e-mail to

Anyway, the error has been fixed - thanks again for reporting it.

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Law of spirit freed me from the law of sin and death

@Jesudas Good morning: I’m just wondering what you’re trying to do with your recent posts. Are you having a difficult time posting what you want? There are only symbols here in your post, but the title is from Romans 7. Did you have a specific question about Romans 7?

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How should we arc what John Piper calls 'evidence'?

Thank you for all the feedback!

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Color Coordination between Notes and Phrasing

@Keith-Kresge Those are good suggestions, Keith. We’re working on Biblearc 3.0, and since you’ve posted those ideas, we have them to consider and implement.

Please feel free to post other suggestions as well; it is very helpful to hear how others are using the tools available on Biblearc, so we can make them as useful as possible.

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Combining verses

Looks better. Thanks.

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Number/Dot list indention function

@Brent-Karding Multi-level lists are not presently possible to do. However, this most certainly will be something included in the next version of Biblearc.

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Dot Notes - Losing it's place

@mylifeandbooks Given that different devices have different screen sizes, things will naturally be laid out differently on those different devices. Dot notes have been designed to try and automatically compensate. If you place a dot (not the note itself, but the dot) on a particular phrase, it should be on that same phrase on different devices. If you find this is not the case, please take a screenshot on each and send those along so we can investigate further.

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