Thanks, Michael. I'm in agreement with you. I had no idea that BW had a faith statement somewhere, nor does it bother me now that I know. They provide superb tools that allow me (a Mennonite critical biblical scholar with strong ecumenical tendencies) to do serious, detailed study of the Bible and related texts. The faith commitment of the makers of BibleWorks does not hinder my research or require me to modify my own beliefs, and in that regard I consider what they do a real following of Gal 6:4: "All must test their own work; then that work, rather than their neighbor's work, will become a cause for pride." Also Romans 14 (verse 13: "Let us therefore no longer pass judgment on one another, but resolve instead never to put a stumbling block or hindrance in the way of another").
I hope that doesn't offend anyone who thinks my beliefs ought to be challenged. I guess my position is, read the Bible as unhindered by preconceptions as possible, and let the chips fall where they may. I think the BW tools do a great job of letting that happen.