As a longtime user and fan of this terrific Bible study program, I was very glad to see that BibleWorks 8 is now available for order.
For any readers who may not be familiar with the premier program for in-depth Biblical exegesis, you can find out about the basic program here. You can see a list of the full contents of the program here. Or you can see what is new in Version 8 here.
I am particularly excited about the new features in this version. For example, BibleWorks “now includes three standard original language grammars: Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament (Wallace), Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax (Waltke & O’Connor), and A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew (Joüon & Muraoka). These electronic texts include the full text and graphics of the print editions and are closely linked to the Biblical texts in the program. Previously available only separately, these texts now come at no extra cost in BibleWorks 8!”
These three works would cost anywhere from $150 to $200 minimum if purchased new in print, and they wouldn’t be nearly as useful as they are when incorporated into BibleWorks.
You may also want to check out the recent series of articles called Things to Love in BibleWorks 8 over at The BibleWorks Blog.