Tuesday, July 07, 2009

BibleWorks 8

I have access, via my institution's software license and Parallels, to BibleWorks 7. Next week I will be upgraded to BW8, and I'm getting excited about messing around with its features. If you're a JBC student, be sure to check out BW8 on any campus computer when you arrive in the fall (we'll have fifteen licenses available for concurrent student use). Also, notice that Brandon Wason and Polycarp both give some explanation of their experiences with BW8. If you're looking for tips on how others use the software, these are as useful places to begin as any.


Brandon said...

Thanks for the link, Rafael. I'm still learning the ropes of the application, but I hope to add useful tips as I learn more. Also, the unofficial Bibleworks blog is a great place for learning more about the application: http://bibleworks.oldinthenew.org/

J. L. Watts said...

Thanks for the link, Rafael. I have been an e-sworder for a few years now, but finding some great resources in BW8, such as searching Greek (and I assume Hebrew, but who would want to do that?). Thanks, again.

David said...

Seriously, go Logos. They are now Mac so you won't need Parallel or vmFusion. I love it. Check it out, if you have questions about Logos, let me know...been using it for over 5 years now.

Rafael said...


I have Logos on my Mac, and I use it. But I just like BibleWorks so much better. If you come to K-ville with Julie, maybe you can show me what I'm missing.

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