I downloaded E-sword
a while back because I heard it was good, but I've never actually used it since then, so I don't know how good it is. It might be worth looking at if you don't find something else, though. Generally I find my Thompson Chain-Reference Bible, together with Bible Gateway
, covers the bases pretty well. In the rare times that I need Greek of Hebrew info, I just put "strong's concordance" in Google and use one of the links I see. For commentary I either use CCEL
or New Advent
, or if I really want to dig, I have notepad files of most of the Church Fathers found on CCEL on my computer, which I can search through. I'm not sure about what computer program would bring all that stuff together in an Orthodox fashion.