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AbramKJ
06-08-2012, 07:54 AM
I went to click on my WordSearch (http://www.wordsearchbible.com/bibleworks/) bookmark in my Web browser this morning, which takes me to the list of BibleWorks titles, but it took me to a new home page instead... and BibleWorks seems nowhere to be found on the site. It's clearly a new site, but a search of "bibleworks" on the site comes up with nothing... has this partnership ended?

ISalzman
06-08-2012, 09:51 AM
You're right! I see nothing related to BibleWorks at the Wordsearch website. Must be a new development. Perhaps somebody in the know can comment.

MBushell
06-08-2012, 01:13 PM
You're right! I see nothing related to BibleWorks at the Wordsearch website. Must be a new development. Perhaps somebody in the know can comment.

No change. It is probably just a glitch in the new site.
Mike

ISalzman
06-08-2012, 01:55 PM
No change. It is probably just a glitch in the new site.
Mike

Thanks, Mike. Good to know. I did notice that they have redesigned their website to reflect their acquisition of QuickVerse (my entry-level Bible software dating way back to the early 1990s!). Where have the days gone? Shades of Craig Rairdin! I remember going to one of the first ever Bible and Church Ministry Technology Conferences held in a hotel in Cherry Hill, NJ around that time. Those were exciting days. Man, how computers have revolutionized Bible study! All glory to God! And kudos to BibleWorks for its instrumental and privileged place in computerized Bible study and exegesis!

calvary
06-08-2012, 03:05 PM
Yup, looks like they've got some fixin' to do on the site. I'm hoping to grab a couple of the NICNT titles for BW at some point.

Dave

Michael Hanel
06-30-2012, 09:02 PM
I finally found them (https://www.wordsearchbible.com/bible_works)

calvary
06-30-2012, 09:47 PM
I finally found them (https://www.wordsearchbible.com/bible_works)


never mind....

Dave

DavidR
07-04-2012, 06:00 PM
I'm not familiar with WORDsearch, but I clicked on Michael's link, and was very impressed with some of what I found there. Specifically, the volumes Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, ... of Paul and his Letters, ... of the Later New Testament & Its Developments, and ... of NT Background are fine reference works, no matter what one's theological orientation. And of course the NICOT and NICNT commentaries are highly regarded. Looks interesting!