BibleWorks(software) and these forums are used by a very board range of users. There are Jewish users, Presbyterians, Eastern Orthodox, Methodist, Mormons, Catholics, Anglicans, Lutherans, Baptist, pentecostal, non-denominational users, church of Christ, and the list goes on.
There is no one denominational tradition represented here nor are there an so called established doctrines represented here!
As, you can imagine, not everyone here shares the same canon of scripture!
The Jewish Bible has 24 books
The Orthodox Church has 76 books
Catholic (and Anglican) Bibles have 73 books
Mainline Protestant Bibles have 66 books
So, when you say "the Bible" it is better if you clearly define which canon you are talking about? Which Bible or Holy Scriptures do you accept? And, there is no such thing as "Biblical Truth" without regard to canon, and ecclesiastic heritage.
Most, here I would imagine use BibleWorks(software) for the task of exegesis of the original text but of course we all redact and apply that text (Or whatever Canon we hold to) differently.
I still do not yet understand which hermeneutic or method you use to interpret scripture? And, as mentioned above, which canon of scripture and community of faith you are from?