b-greek digest: March 19, 1999

From: David C. Hindley (DHindley@compuserve.com)
Date: Sat Mar 20 1999 - 09:18:42 EST

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>I have something called "The Complete Biblical Library" which I highly
recommend (it runs about $300 I think) and it has:

* an interlinear with the mood, tense, voice for each word
* a textual apparatus with alternate reading and which manuscripts
* a complete analytical dictionary, showing how the Greek word was used in
Classical, Septuagint, Intertestament and in the NT
* running commentary
* book overviews on every book
* a harmony of the Gospels

I've found it extremely useful. It is also handsomely bound in 16 volumes.<

Sounds a lot like the CD-Rom electronic Bible study aids. I own BibleWorks
3.5 and it seems that the set you describes has the same kind of tools. I
paid $200, but it was on sale from the regular price of $300 (US, prices
are approxomate). However, there is a lot to be said for having references
available in print form.

Dave Hindley

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