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S A Wells
09-05-2004, 08:55 PM
Has anyone designed a synopsis file that follows Aland's order in his SQE, 15th ed.?

David E. Jones
09-29-2004, 07:18 PM
Am I correct in understanding that the SQE synopsis file provided by BibleWorks is not what you want? Your posting states that you are looking for a specific version (the 15th edition), but the base copy for the BWW SDF file was used with the permission of the GBS, so I would think that it's a fairly current edition (my bound version is from 1976, so I'm quite pleased to have anything newer!).

Anyway, if you want the file, it can be found by crawling through the download screens for BWW version 5 revision 1, or simply go to:

http://www.bibleworks.com/downloads/v5/rev1/alandsyn_5021f.pbn


You also might want to check out the MNT.SDF prepared by Dr. Martin Schmidl. It's in German, but it still provides an interesting perspective for the English reader.

http://www.bibleworks.com/downloads/v5/rev1/mntsyn_5022e.pbn


Hope this helps.

S A Wells
10-14-2004, 09:02 PM
David,

Thank you for replying to my original message. I just today discovered your post. I have all the latest updates so the aland file is what I'm working with already. However it doesn't line up with my bound copy (Aland's 15th edition). I've been editing the file as I go along so that it will match, but it's a time consuming task for one with little time to spare.

blessings,
Scott


Am I correct in understanding that the SQE synopsis file provided by BibleWorks is not what you want? Your posting states that you are looking for a specific version (the 15th edition), but the base copy for the BWW SDF file was used with the permission of the GBS, so I would think that it's a fairly current edition (my bound version is from 1976, so I'm quite pleased to have anything newer!).

Anyway, if you want the file, it can be found by crawling through the download screens for BWW version 5 revision 1, or simply go to:

http://www.bibleworks.com/downloads/v5/rev1/alandsyn_5021f.pbn


You also might want to check out the MNT.SDF prepared by Dr. Martin Schmidl. It's in German, but it still provides an interesting perspective for the English reader.

http://www.bibleworks.com/downloads/v5/rev1/mntsyn_5022e.pbn


Hope this helps.