Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Aug 31, 2020 Views: 219
Up through the Summer 2018 quarter, Fuller Seminary has utilized BibleWorks biblical language software in our “Tools for Biblical Interpretation” courses. Unfortunately, BibleWorks ceased regular operations as a business on June 15, 2018. You can read the full announcement here.
If you have already purchased and installed BibleWorks for a previous class, however, the School of Theology will not require you to buy another program for future courses. The software can still be used as normal, and BibleWorks has committed to providing free periodic compatibility updates for the foreseeable future. For more information about the software, including access to forums and compatibility updates, check the BibleWorks website at http://www.bibleworks.com/
At present, Fuller Seminary still has BibleWorks installed on some of the library computers, for the free use of students and alumni with a valid Fuller ID.
In August 2018, Fuller Seminary announced that future biblical interpretation courses will utilize Accordance Bible Software. Accordance has developed a “bundle” of resources for Fuller students and will make other resources available at a discount to Fuller students. Accordance also has special prices available for students who already own BibleWorks and want to switch to Accordance. Click here for the full announcement and pricing details. Purchases can be made directly at https://www.accordancebible.com/