View Full Version : Interlinear Hebrew-Greek Septuagint?
02-12-2009, 06:13 AM
I would like to compare the BHS (or Masoretic text) of the Tanakh with the Greek LXX. Is there a way to set up Bibleworks to function somewhat as an interlinear in that way? For example, I'd like to study the Greek construction used for a given Hebrew construction, etc.
Thanks for any insights or suggestions you might have.
02-12-2009, 06:30 AM
What version of Bible Works are you running?
Starting in vs. 7, there's a program that does an awesome job specifically designed for this, the Tov-Polak Hebrew-Greek parallel bible.
Otherwise, you could set up your own parallel bible from the command line.
02-12-2009, 08:02 AM
Oh! Well, I have been a BBW user since version 3 days, and even though I upgraded to 7, stuck with v6. Recently I called to order v8 (I lost my v7 disks during a move) and have yet to see them come... This is a great feature and really meets my needs. THANK YOU SO MUCH, SC!
Now off to email Bibleworks staff about my recent order...
02-12-2009, 09:07 AM
... THANK YOU SO MUCH, SC! My pleasure. :)
Shalom chaveri!Cool! My 3rd grade music teacher taught me a "Salom Chaverim" song. I can still sing it and hum it. As Bob Hope (God rest his soul) would say, "Thanks for the memories!" :)
Shalom Chaverim on Youtube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpGCsCojOGM)
(The tune anyway)
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