There are many software programs available designed to help you effectively study and interpret the Bible. These three programs, while not the only relevant software on the market, are widely used in the field of biblical studies as they allow you to read the biblical text in the original languages, parse words, analyze grammatical structures, as well as consult commentaries and other e-resources as you read in order to better understand the text. However, such software tools can be expensive! If you are not pursuing biblical studies in the long term, you may want to consider using free web resources (see especially searchable online bibles in Greek/Hebrew) as well as of course all the great print and e-resources in the Tyndale Library.
To find out more about these programs, check out their websites:
Another useful type of software is a citation tool, which allows you to collect bibliographic information as you go about your research. This allows you to keep track of your sources and will make writing your bibliography much easier. The Tyndale library has developed a LibGuide to citation tools which introduces you to several programs, including Zotero. As the product website says, "Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. It lives right where you do your work—in the web browser itself." Check out the video below.