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After four years of intensive development, BibleWorks 10 is now available—with a substantial list of valuable additions that will enhance your ability to study God's Word.
BibleWorks 10 is a collection of tools and resources designed specifically to assist pastors, seminary students, professors and missionaries in their exegesis of the Biblical text. The base package contains the key resources needed for careful exegesis (with a small number of additional databases available as add-on resources).
It contains more than 250 Bible translations in 40+ languages, 45 original language texts and morphology databases, 30 lexical-grammatical references, and a wealth of practical reference works.
Reference works include
- Greek and Hebrew vocabulary flashcards and pronunciation
- Bible maps
- The Greek New Testament read aloud and fully diagrammed
- Greek, Aramaic and Hebrew grammars
- Full transcriptions and image sets for both the Leningrad Codex and nine of the most important Greek New Testament manuscripts
- Two new NT manuscript transcriptions
- Nestle-Aland GNT 28th Edition
- New English Translation of the Septuagint
- Danker’s Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the NT
- The full CNTTS New Testament apparatus.
In BibleWorks 10 you'll find an impressive array of new search capabilities, along with some important exegetical resources, that significantly enhance its already substantial toolbox:
- Instant lemma form usage info for Greek and Hebrew
- 1,200+ high resolution photos of the Holy Land
- EPUB reader & library manager
- Customizable window colors
- Dynamically adjustable program text size
The updated user interface includes dozens of ways to organize, analyze and present the results of your research. A comprehensive set of online tutorial videos is available from the Help menu (requires Internet access).
BibleWorks is distributed on a flash drive and runs on Microsoft Windows Vista/7/8/10 and higher and Mac OS X 10.7.4 and higher. BibleWorks 10 now includes the Mac version of BibleWorks (running on a Wine compatibility layer), which supports the features most users need. If greater compatibility on Macs is required, we recommend running a virtual machine such as Parallels or VMware Fusion.
- Windows® Vista/7/8/8.1
- Minimum 1024x600 display
- Minimum 1 GB RAM
- 4 GB hard drive space free (21 GB for full install)
- USB port
- Internet Explorer® version 7 or higher
- Internet connection for updates
Running the BibleWorks Mac Installer (included with BibleWorks 10)
- Mac OS X Lion 10.7.4 or higher
- Minimum 1024x768 display
- Minimum 2 GB RAM
- 4.3 GB hard drive space free (21 GB for full install)
- DVD drive or USB port
- Internet connection for updates
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Novum Testamentum Graece, 28th Edition (NA28) w/ DictionaryInstitute for New Testament Textual ResearchGerman Bible Society / 2012 / Hardcover$48.99 Retail:
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T. J. Betts, Ph.D.Southern SeminaryAge: 45-54Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5BibleWorks 10February 3, 2018T. J. Betts, Ph.D.Southern SeminaryAge: 45-54Gender: MaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Back in the 1999-2000 school year I was in seminary. While going to school I was also the pastor of church, preaching and teaching at least three times a week. It was at that time I was introduced to and purchased BibleWorks 4. It made my work both in seminary and in the church so much easier and time efficient at a time in my life when time was especially precious. One more piece of pertinent information is that I am far from being computer savvy. So when I look for a Bible program to use as a tool in my teaching and preaching, I need one that is powerful, time efficient, and easy to learn and work with. BibleWorks 10 more than meets each of these criteria. Though BibleWorks 4 was a great tool, Bibleworks 10 is much more intuitive, expansive in what it can do, and effective at doing it easily and quickly.
BibleWorks 10 is a huge collection of Bible translations and tools. It has a multitude of English Bible translations along with other Bible translations in over forty languages, numerous lexicons, Bible atlases using satellite maps, the literature of the early church fathers, the Apocrypha, the Pseudapigrapha, the Targums, along with many more reference works. It is especially useful for doing word studies in the original languages of Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. I believe it would be relatively easy for one to use these features even if one has little to no formal training in the biblical languages. All of these are at the fingertips of both PC and Mac users.
BibleWorks 10s interface is user friendly. If there is ever a question as to what to do, just press the F1 Key. It opens up the HELP options. The interface appears with three main windows: The Search Window, the Browse Window, and the Analysis Window. The Command Line is at the top of the Search Window, and it is there where various searches can be made. The lists of search results appear below the Command line. When you click on a particular verse, it will show up in the Browse Window. Various translations of the verse can appear there at the same time, making translation comparisons easy. Just putting the cursor over a word in the Browse Window will bring up a plethora of information about it in the Analysis Window.
Being a less than confident user of computers, one of the greatest features for me is the tutorial videos found on YouTube. Glenn Weaver, one of the BibleWorks 10 developers, does an exceptional job of explaining how to quickly get into the program and start reaping its benefits. Jotting down notes as I listened was especially helpful. There are three features I especially like. First, it is very easy to lay out a number of translations in parallel, so that one can compare the texts easily and quickly. Second, it is easy to open additional workspaces in the Search Window and save them. So one can easily move from one work area to another. So, you can save various studies to come back to whenever you want. A third feature I particular liked is how you can easily cut and paste text in whatever format you wish, even Hebrew and Greek. My eyes arent what they used to be, so I like to print out the text in a large font in my teaching and preaching notes. This feature makes doing so seamless. BibleWorks 10 is a must for preachers and teachers and professors of all levels along with serious students of Gods Word. It will enhance their studies in an efficient and effective way.
Bafono5 Stars Out Of 5Cant imagine my career without BibleWorks 10!September 4, 2017BafonoQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Ive been using BibleWorks for nearly 25 years. I cant imagine my career over the last two decades without it! During this time Ive been a Wycliffe translator, part-time pastor, taught Greek and Hebrew in seminary, and am now a Bible Translation consultant. BibleWorks has been an indispensable part of my daily job all along the way.
BibleWorks is unmatched in its ability to do morphological searches in Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic even down to accents (Greek and Hebrew), and even vowel points and dagesh forte (in Hebrew)! I can search phrases, whole words, or even parts of words. I can search for co-occurring words, or either / or words (e.g., Jesus or Christ); and I can even specify a range of verses (e.g., Jesus or Christ, within 3 verses of each other. I can limit the books I want to search in, and export or copy the search results.
The ability to arrange the display versions in whatever order I want (e.g., Hebrew at the top, Aramaic next, Syriac, the LXX, the Vulgate, then NASB, Spanish, etc.) allows me to see, above the fold, the relevant materials I needall at once. There is a vast selection of Bibles available in many modern languages as well, too many to mention here.
The morphological and other word-level data is impressive. There is no click necessary to see parsings of the original words only a cursor rollover. The Tabs features help me greatly. The tabs I use the most are (1) Stats: shows, in table form, the books and frequencies in which the searched word occurs; (2) X-refs: gives very helpful cross-references for content of a verse; (3) Analysis: parses the word and gives lexicon entries for all installed lexicons; (4) Use: shows where a given word is used elsewhere in that same book; and (5) Form: instantly see every morphological form of a Greek or Hebrew word simply by mousing over it. Results can be ordered alphabetically, frequency or by form.
As for other on-board resources, with just a mouse click or two I regularly access Brown-Driver-Briggs, Holladay, and even the Theological Wordbook of the OT. As for NT lexica I frequently use Liddell-Scott, Gingrich, Moulton & Milligans Vocabulary of the NT. Grammar resources I frequent are Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic paradigms, Gesenius and Joons Hebrew grammars, Bible dictionaries, and maps. It even has the Babylonian Talmud, which I consult from time to time.
BibleWorks has even more useful functions and resources, which Ive not mentioned here. A nice feature of BibleWorks 10 is that now you can scale the screen font sizes, for a better fit for projectors or tablets.
The help features, files, and videos are user friendly, and guide me through in a timely fashion.
For the reasons listed above BibleWorks 10 is among the first resources I open every day as I work. I highly recommend it to anyone whose job requires them to delve into the original text of the Bible.
Joel Harlow, Ph.D.
Bible Translation Consultant
Bible Works 105 Stars Out Of 5Review of Bible Works 10October 24, 2016Bible Works 10Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Bible Works is simply an amazing tool for Bible Study. It is comprehensive so that all the resources you would desire to study the languages is available. It conducts searches at a lightning fast speed. The formats are readable and pleasant to the eye. Bible Works can do the most complicated searches but at the same time it is easy to use for the beginner. It is the best tool for doing text criticism, and it is more affordable than its competitors. I have used Bible Works every day for years.
David deSilvaAshland, OHAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5First-Rate Bible SoftwareApril 19, 2016David deSilvaAshland, OHAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Of course, I also love Logos and use it extensively especially for its digital library features, but BibleWorks has been my apparatus of choice for over ten years now for work on the Greek and Hebrew texts (admittedly, mostly Greek). Its features are well laid out in the description above, so I needn't duplicate that here. I will only say that it is open almost every day on my desktop and has been my constant companion as I worked through my commentaries on 4 Maccabees, Jude, and Galatians, as well as my work as a translator/reviser of the Apocrypha for the ESV and CEB. Maybe it's just that intuitive, or maybe it just has me that well-trained by this point that I think it's intuition, but it's a great software environment for digging into the meaning of the original languages, running all manner of grammatical and lexical searches, and no doubt for more than I've discovered even after a decade of near-daily use. Since they've expanded their library of ancient texts in the original languages and in translation, it's been even more useful to me (as I do a lot of work in the backgrounds of the NT), and the library of manuscript images has been a great bonus.