BibleWorks7 is a CD-ROM product that is used for biblical exegesis. It can be used by students who have not studied Hebrew and Greek as well as by persons with various levels of familiarity with these languages. BibleWorks7 contains many translations of the Bible, numerous lexical and grammatical resources, and a variety of word processing tools.
BibleWorks7 is available on computers eCommons 212 and Lower level 012 at Emerson Library. No password is needed to access the program.
To start BibleWorks:
The following guides provide assistance with using BibleWorks7.
This brief tutorial assists the first-time user, especially those who do not read Hebrew or Greek, with understanding the basics of BibleWorks and how to configure and use it for word studies.
Prepared by BibleWorks, LLC and made available here with permission, “BibleWorks7 Tutorial: First Things” is recommended for those who have already used BibleWorks and want to review its features or expand their skills.
You can access the BibleWorks manual from any of the library computers where BibleWorks is available:
Available on the publisher's website, 6 videos (with sound) demonstrate features of BibleWorks. To access the videos, go to BibleWorks website, place the cursor on Product Information in the left column, and choose Video Introduction. Video #4, about 4 minutes long, describes the Browse Window and should be helpful to first-time users. Video #6, approximately 7 minutes long, is a detailed review of the editor (word processing) features of the Analysis Window.