OK, I’m going way out on a limb here, I know, but….Logos is truly the program for me. Now that I have my iMac with the dual-core Intel chip in it, I can run PC software easily. I just received today the latest version of the Logos software system, and have installed now their "Original Language" package, and their Church Fathers set. In addition, I have Luther’s Works and the Concordia Electronic Theological Library.
I know there are other options out there and that people can provide many reasons to me why BibleWorks is better, or why Mac users should use Accordance, but…I’m sticking with Libronix. I tried Accordance but it was incapable of allowing me to copy and paste material and bring along the bibliographical data, little details like page numbers! Good grief.
The Logos Bible System offers, by far, the largest collection of theological electronic resources out there and for that reason alone, they are, when all is said and done, really in many ways the only game in town. Perhaps not necessarily the best, for every use, but…definitely doing the trick for me. Quite amazingly so.
So, for what it’s worth, that’s my take on the best theological software available. As always, your mileage may vary.