Tuesday, 2 October 2007

More Tips for BibleWorks

A couple of weeks ago, BibleWorks released its Fall 2007 Newsletter. In this issue, there are some useful tips on how to use BibleWorks for classroom. While they may be classified as "classroom tips," let me assure all BibleWorks users that these tips are also useful for you, whether you are a student or instructor.

Check out some of these tips:

On the use of Bibleworks, see also my previous post on the Unofficial Bibleworks Blog and Lost in Translation: Inconsistencies of the NIV?

Have fun with BibleWorks.


Russell Roberts said...

You might want to check out the free software e-sword. E-sword allows downloading different versions of the Bible, commentaries, early church documents, maps, etc.

Kar Yong said...

Hi Russell,

Thanks for dropping by. Yes, e-sword is a very useful tool and probably the best free software currently available. But unfortunately, it does not support complex searches in Greek and Hebrew. In this respect, BibleWorks is probably still the best bible software for PC users....but it is not free!