New Greek Resources in Accordance

Whether you are in Boston or not, for the next twenty-four hours you can pick up two new Accordance Greek resources at an introductory discount. These are a part of their SBL/ETS sale. The best part: both are very affordable! Gregory of Nyssa’s Great CatechismThe Encyclopedia of Ancient Christianity states that Nyssa wrote The Great … Continue reading New Greek Resources in Accordance

Göttingen Job in Accordance

“The Septuagint says …” You can’t responsibly finish that sentence without checking a Göttingen edition. If there is no Göttingen edition for a particular book, then we usually turn to Rahlfs, but his edition was never intended to be the last word on the Old Greek (“Septuagint”) text. Why Göttingen?This point is not widely understood, … Continue reading Göttingen Job in Accordance

TDOT for Accordance Bible Software

The Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament (TDOT) stands out from other Old Testament lexical works in at least three important ways: TDOT provides a responsible discussion of the etymology and ancient Near Eastern background of most biblical Hebrew words — it doesn't just list related words (cognates). TDOT is much more thorough than the similar … Continue reading TDOT for Accordance Bible Software

Accordance Unicode Font

Accordance has a new unicode font in the works. It includes characters for English, Greek, Hebrew, Syriac, and more — even DSS transcription like you see listed here. And it includes bold, italic, and bold-italic. They announced this on the Accordance forums. Unfortunately you need a forums account to see the page. Here are a … Continue reading Accordance Unicode Font