Multimedia CD-ROM for Microsoft® Windows® 9x/NT4.0/Me/2000/XP-2003.
Featuring ONE HOUR of audio-visual material and
thousands of articles and colour photos with a powerful search
© 1995-2003 Zeitun-eg.org/ Dr. Maged N. Kamel Boulos. All rights reserved.
Free: Full Version Download (78 MB)
NEW for this edition: VIDEO tour of the Coptic Museum in Old Cairo (30 minutes + another 30 minutes of rare Coptic classic music), plus MORE photos and aricles and full support for Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP (in addition to Windows 95, 98 and Me). The latest edition also has complete Bible search and study programs in seven languages (separate download), in addition to St. Jerome's Latin Vulgate.
This CD includes:
1. The Complete Collection of Early Church Fathers' Writings (formatted, indexed, and searchable): a 37-volume electronic collection of writings from the first 800 years of the Church. This collection is divided into three series, Ante-Nicene, Nicene and Post-Nicene Series I, and Nicene and Post-Nicene Series II. It includes apologetics, biblical commentary (mainly by St. Augustine and St. John Chrysostom, the Golden Mouthed), sermons, treatises, letters, liturgies, poems and hymns, dialogues, ascetic writings, Church canons and history...
2. A huge multimedia companion
encyclopedia (more than 360 articles/400,000 words)
covering most related topics including:
- Detailed biographies of all Early Church Fathers
- Other patristic literature (e.g., Paradise of the Desert Fathers)
- Saints and popes of the time (Catholic and Orthodox synexarion and much more)
- Heresies, doctrinal errors and creedal controversies
- Canonization of the New Testament
- Ecumenical councils
- Church and world history
- Roman and Byzantine emperors
- Philosophies and theological schools of the time
- Ancient cities and sites
- Early Christian art and music
- And much more...
With hundreds of high quality colour photographs and maps (500+ photos), quick chronology of the first millennium, and half an hour of rare classical Coptic Christian music by Newland Smith.
3. Also on the same CD: 30 minutes full-colour VIDEO tour of the Coptic Museum in Cairo.
PLUS, complete 32-bit King James (English - Bible 98/v5.0-SP2) and Louis Segond (French) Bible search and study programs (Old and New Testaments with Deuterocanon) for Windows 98/95/NT with 11 colour maps, an extensive array of study aids, and many advanced features. Complete Spanish (Reina Valera - 1909), Dutch (Statenvertaling) and German (Luther - 1912) Bible programs are also provided on the same CD, in addition to St. Jerome's Latin Vulgate.
The brand-new 1998 version of Encyclopedia of the First Millennium of Christianity Multimedia CD (Second Edition) is now available featuring more entries, more hagiography and patristic literature (e.g., St. Isaac the Syrian), more photos (over 500!), more maps, VIDEO clips and a completely new section on Christian Art and Music.
N.B.: You still need to download Early Church Fathers’ Collection of Writings in WinHelp .HLP format from http://www.zeitun-eg.org/ecfidx.htm - the encyclopedia program will automatically integrate them into its collections, if the contents of the 37 downloaded zip files are extracted to the encyclopedia's ECFWH folder on your hard disk (usually C:\Program Files\EFMC2001\ECFWH ) replacing the dummy files having the same name in this folder.
You need Microsoft® Windows® 95, 98, Me, NT4 or 2000 or XP-2003 (any language version).
A 486 or better PC with 8 MB RAM (Windows NT requires more RAM), a 256-color or better display, 4 MB of free hard disk space (in Windows folder), and a Windows-compatible sound card. A Windows-compatible printer is optional (colour printer will be better if you want to print any of the encyclopedia's photos - B&W printers are fine for text).
How to get it:
This CD-ROM is a not-for-profit project and is only available via electronic download.
Free: Download Full Version of the Latest Multimedia Encyclopedia of the First Millennium of Christianity for Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP-2003E-mail (for product support): firstname.lastname@example.org