[b-greek] Re: Search engines for NT - the best

From: Wieland Willker (willker@chemie.uni-bremen.de)
Date: Wed Feb 21 2001 - 16:04:08 EST

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It has already been mentioned, but there is no question today that Bibleworks, at
www.bibleworks.com, is the best "Bible (search) program". It allows all thinkable, even
the most complex search operations and gives you full access to 7 different Greek NT
editions (including the most accurate digital editions of the latest NA and UBS Greek NT's
with all differences in punctuation carefully preserved). And all with full morphology.
You can even search over multiple versions simultaneously. The program is up-to-date and
prospering. The programming team is very fast and helpful in answering email.
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<truth>As much as many others would like to have it otherwise, the notions that Bibleworks
is 'simply a Bible program', and that it is in any important way 'the same as all of them'
are, frankly, absurd, and self-evidently untrue. Its position has been quite unlike any of
them, virtually from creation. It is now universally acknowledged that it is the only
program worth wasting any thought on at all. Everything else is just killing time.
There is no question whatever of the truth of this judgement, which is unanimous, absolute
and irrevocable. </truth>

Go get it - NOW!

<hint> BW 5 is coming soon, so get version 4 now to be prepared for the update! </hint>

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Best wishes
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany

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