Beginner grammar in Accordance vs. paper

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Jacob Rhoden
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Re: Beginner grammar in Accordance vs. paper

Post by Jacob Rhoden » August 22nd, 2018, 11:49 pm

joshuapoehls wrote:
August 3rd, 2018, 4:26 pm
Rodney Decker's Reading Koine Greek, as well as Mounce's works are available in Accordance. They cost quite a bit more there than in print, but I'm wondering if it is worth it.
I prefer physical books, however for practical purposes, I almost always go digital, it means I always have the books with me. However, in the case of First year Greek Textbooks, some of them, like Mounce, are so large, I just don't want that much added weight in my bag :D

That makes me wonder about why it is so large in the first place. Duff's Elements of New Testament greek is minuscule by comparison, especially when you consider that it also includes the workbook exercises, and I don't think I missed out on anything by having it assigned to me as my first year textbook.
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