The best multimedia Bible ever made, as far as I know, is iLumina. Over the last couple of years, it has been released in several versions, but now I see that the Gold Premium edition (a step above the Parent-Teacher-Student edition) is out and available for the very good price of $50 (retail is $90).
I’ve given a number of copies of iLumina to friends and it has always been well received (and we’re giving a few more this year).
The program includes:
multiple commentaries, including the Life Application Study Bible Notes, concordances, interactive charts, interactive maps, DIGITAL animations and virtual tours, photographs, and discussion Bible study questions, plus much more….
- 22 Volume Searchable Bible Encyclopedia
- 35 animations and 25 virtual tours
- 10,000 Bible Study notes
- 8,900 in-depth articles
- 200 maps and Bible charts
- 1000 HolyLand Photos
- 478 Guided Study and Quizzes
- Full search and concordance features
- New Living Translation and KJV
- and more!
Personally, I’m not so enamored with the Bible translations or the Bible study notes (you can find these in plenty of books and software programs). But I love some of the reconstructions, screenshots, and photos.
For lots of details and the discounted price, see Sunday Software.