BibleWorks in the BlogosphereWritten by jdarlack on November 3rd, 2011
Gee. You’d think that I’d post to this blog more often, wouldn’t you? Michael Hanel has been the driving force behind the Unofficial BibleWorks Blog for some time, and I am quite thankful for all the work he’s done - posting his own work and highlighting the works of others (even Shakespeare).
Anyway, I’ve been poking around my feed reader, and came across a few interesting blog posts on BW.
- Daniel R. Street (Associate Prof. at Criswell College & a former classmate of mine at GCTS), at καὶ τὰ λοιπά has started a series on BibleWorks and Communicative Greek. He’s reviewing the program in light of his pedagogic convictions on teaching Greek as a living language in an ‘immersive’ way [he must be a Baptist]. The series promises to be fun: he’s got a great sense of humor, and he’s already advocated a “tools” approach to language acquisition.
- YirmeYAH.net has posted a new BW version, the Tagalog ang Biblia (1905). According to the post, “Ang Biblia is the Bible for the traditional Tagalog Bible reader. Ang Biblia is written in the old Tagalog. First Published in 1905 by American Bible Society, revised 1915 & 1933. Typed By Richard & Dolores Long, Dec. 2004.”
- David Instone Brewer, at Tyndale House, has an excellent guide to “Getting the Most Out of BibleWorks 9“. I highly recommend giving it a looksee.