Friday, January 27, 2006

From byFaith Newsletter

2006 Scotland & England Reformation/Church History Tour
Dr. Evan C. Hock, pastor of Covenant Presbyterian church in Denver Colorado, will be hosting a group tour of Scotland and England focusing on Church History, especially the Reformation, July 25 – August 5, 2006. The group will tour Stirling, St Andrews, and Edinburgh, as well as many English sites like: Oxford, Hampton Court, and Bedford (Bunyan). Local area Pastors will lead the day tours. The itinerary is available at www.tetralinktravelservices.org. To register or for more information contact Ed Seiler at 303-415-2556 or by e-mail to Edaseiler@msn.com; space is limited.

BibleWorks 7 Is Now Available
BibleWorks(TM) 7, software for biblical exegesis and research, is a resource-rich and instruction-oriented software package with over 110 Bible translations in 32 languages. BibleWorks continues to add to the multitude of lexicons, grammar resources and tools that serious Bible study requires. The newly-integrated study guides with detailed "how-to" videos make BibleWorks 7 a practical program. For a full listing and description or to order, go to www.bibleworks.com or call 800-778-0166.

2 Comments:

Anonymous cbrubaker said...

Sounds like a great program to have for use in personal study and for Bible Study and Teaching S. S prep...I noticed (while perusing their website ) there is a listing for "Group" discounts...any possibility of ordering this type of tool along with a number of other interested Tenth members and getting the discount price ??

9:25 AM  
Anonymous Ed Young said...

I had planned to upgrade my Version 5 to 7, however, I'll gladly put that plan on hold and take part in a group purchase if 'an institution staff member' will do the necessary certifying and if at least ten people are willing to take part in the IPP.

The BibleWorks program itself is superb for serious study. A note of caution however, if someone is only going to make occasional use of such a program for locating verses and pasting them into a word processor and similar activities, there are at least two versions of the new QuickVerse that are less expensive and contain the ESV.

Nevertheless,for what it does, BibleWorks can't be beaten.

Ed Young

4:43 PM  

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