Thanks for your prompt reply. I am interested in the stuff from about June
to December of this last year (1996). I gained some really great insights
on various gramatical things that turned out to be very practical. I would
need to sort through it and save what I wanted, I suppose, but I think that
a copy and paste procedure would be prohibitively laborious, given the
amount of territory. If I could some how get the files in a similar form to
they way they come from B-Greek, I could then delete what I know I don't
need (the stuff like routine questions of this nature!). I personally save
my B-Greek in a folder (Win 95). Maybe someone has a folder with the files
in it that they can e-mail as an attachment. I assume this could be done,
and even zipped maybe? I have PKUNZIP so that would be no problem.
I know this is asking abit much, but if you can help, thanks. I, and I am
sure others, appreciate what you have done to make all of this available to
us. I tell you, I know of no other list like this that is as vibrant and
active. I recently started a Grad. course in hermeneutics and I have been
able to use the insights of B-Greek directly in the course itself. As Carl
said in another context, "Awesome!"
Paul F. Evans
Thunder Swamp Pentecostal Holiness Church
MT. Olive NC
"Endeavouring to make use of NT Greek in a real life ministry!"