David Instone-Brewer has a marvelously helpful set of posts on making the most of your Bible software. You can find detailed help for the following software packages: BibleWorks, Logos, and Accordance. Yesterday, I went through the material on BibleWorks and learned a ton. If you want to learn how to get the most out of your Bible programs, you won’t want to miss this one. (HT: Jim Hamilton)
UPDATE: Stephen Smith from Logos left an important comment that I thought I should bring to your attention. It turns out that some of Instone-Brewer’s commentary about Logos is out of date. Here’s Mr. Smith’s comment in full:
I just wanted to point out that while Dr. Instone-Brewer’s round-up was helpful, most of the content he linked to about Logos Bible Software was quite out of date. In fact, since he posted that review in Sept. 2009, we’ve completely re-worked our software from the ground up. We no longer use the Libronix name or system, have over 12,000 (not 2000) resources available, etc. It’s also unclear how he concludes who has the most scholarly Biblical texts.
One of the reviews our site visitors have found most helpful was given us unsolicited from Dr. Adams from Concordia Seminary. I pass it on because it’s one of the most thorough and objective reviews I’ve personally seen from an academic-oriented user.
Just an FYI.
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