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How do I study words occurring 50 times or more in the New Testament?

How do I study words occurring 50 times or more in the New Testament?

  1. Open the module (see link).
  2. From the File menu in the flashcard module window,

Greek Word Study with BibleWorks

Greek Word Study with BibleWorks

Assessing a word's lexical meaning or semantic range

Make sure you have a Greek version in the browser window by typing

Looking up Uses of the Word in the OT & NT in English

To focus on the Old Testament occurrences of the word, first set the limits of your search by typing "l ot" in the command line ( "l" for "limit" and

English Word Study with BibleWorks

English Word Study with BibleWorks

Assessing a word's lexical meaning or semantic range

First, have the NAU or RWB version set up in your browse window.

Synopsis Window

BibleWorks features a tool to show you the same stories in parallel texts throughout the Bible. These instructions are for working with the Synopsis of

Setting Limits in BibleWorks 8 and 7

For BibleWorks 8

Double-click the word "Limits" at the bottom of the BW screen to open the Options dialog in the Search Limits window.

You may limit

Report Generator

Report Generator

From the Tools menu, choose Report Generator (BW7) or Importing/Exporting Information, then Report Generator (BW8). Choose the range

Phrase Searching

Phrase Searching with a Bible Passage in Mind

Let's say you are reading through a text that mentions "the glory of God" (e.g., τ?ς δ?ξης

Parallel Versions

Getting Parallel Versions to Appear

On the command line, type "p BNT NRS NIV" or whatever versions you want to see side by side. Press "Return."

Turning off Matthew Henry

Turning off Matthew Henry

One of the resources set to show up when you are reading certain translations in BibleWorks is Matthew Henry's commentary.