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Accordance Dead Sea Scrolls Productivity

DSS Software: Necessary Background Information

This is the first post of a series in which I will review the Dead Sea Scrolls resources available in Logos, BibleWorks, Accordance, and in Brill’s Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library. I posted my plan for the series, but if you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to let me know in the comments. […]

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Accordance Dead Sea Scrolls Productivity

Review of DSS Software

I have begun posting a multi-part comparative review of Dead Sea Scrolls resources in Logos, BibleWorks, Accordance, and Brill’s Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library. The current plan is to do 7 posts, one on each of these topics: Necessary background information Available DSS texts Interview: Ken Penner talks with Martin Abegg, the person behind all electronic […]

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Bible Dead Sea Scrolls Productivity

The Bible and the DSS in Logos Bible Software

For a limited time you can order an electronic edition of all three volumes of James Charlesworth’s (ed.) The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls in Logos Bible Software for $99.95. Baylor University Press sells the hardcover edition of volume 3 for the same price. The Logos electronic edition is a great deal on a massive, […]

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Bible Greek Productivity

Electronic Göttingen LXX On Sale

This sale is quite a deal. On Friday, 2/8/13, International Septuagint Day, Logos’s electronic Göttingen LXX will be available for $369. Use the coupon code LXXDay2013 at checkout. Every published volume is included. Even if you do not have a Logos base package, this is the sort of resource that would be worth purchasing as a […]

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PhD

Fall 2011 in Review

הללויה Thursday morning I handed in my last assignment of the semester. This was my first semester in the Old Testament PhD program at SBTS.  This program requires a couple years of class work before one starts writing. Halfway through the semester, I thought I might never write this post. Thank the Lord for helping […]