BibleWorks


Logos 4.2a, Logos 4 “KF”, and BibleWorks and WORDsearch Book Partnership

Logos Bible Software has recently released another free update to their software, known as 4.2a. Both the PC and Mac versions receive the following features in this update:

  • By Count search results
  • Download Scheduler (allows you to choose when to update the software)
  • Illustrations section added to Passage Guide (pastor’s are going to welcome this feature back!)
  • Release Notes link and list of Resources Updated now on Home Page

Furthermore, the Mac version receives a few features to bring its feature parity more on par with the PC version. Mac users can now enjoy:

  • Printing
  • Sentence Diagramming
  • Resource Column (paged) view

as well as some additional minor enhancements.

If you haven’t yet updated your version of Logos to the new 4.2a update, you really should do so now since it’s got some nice little refinements in it that’s going to make your Bible software experience more pleasurable, as well as Mac users are getting closer to having most of the features as their PC-touting brethren.


And Bibleworks Too

Below is the copy of an email I received today. I’ve used Bibleworks for years along side of Logos Bible Software. In my opinion it’s worth it.

BibleWorks News

Bibleworks is ALWAYS getting better — so you can better FOCUS ON THE TEXT!

And for a limited time, your friends can get $30 off when they purchase BibleWorks and a module!

November 2, 2009

Tell-your-friends Sale

Do you have any friends who might be interested in obtaining BibleWorks? If so, could you please help us out and forward this special offer to them?

For the next ten days we’re offering a special sale for new customers. If they purchase BibleWorks 8 and at least one module through our webstore (www.bibleworks.com) using the coupon code TENFRIEND, we’ll take $30 off their purchase.

If you can think of someone who might want to know about this sale, we’d appreciate it if you would pass on the news!


Are Christians on the cutting edge?

Are Christians actually on the cutting edge when it comes to technologies like ebooks? I don’t have the numbers on our side but being buried most days within Libronix and BibleWorks my own little bubble makes it seems like Christians are more than willing to see their books committed to digital formats.