Sound Advice on BibleWorks, Logos, and Accordance

by Aug 31, 2009Books, NTScholarship, Tech1 comment

I agree with this guy. If you are wondering which Bible software to buy, his advice will help.

I’ll add one other thing: if you like keyboard shortcuts and overall computer quickness, BibleWorks beats Logos.

Ok, one more thing: I have BibleWorks and Logos, and I don’t feel I wasted my money. I buy BibleWorks for the searching and original language tools; I get Logos for the commentaries, books, journals, and reference works. Admittedly, there’s some overlap in the capabilities of the two programs, but each one does its thing so well that they’re both always running on my computer.

HT: Dustin Battles

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  1. Brian

    I second Mark’s comments. This is a good review of these three products.

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