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    There's also the 12 volume Jewish Encyclopedia from 1906, if someone can figure out the search syntax to pass to it.

    http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/index.jsp
    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Spackman
    There's also the 12 volume Jewish Encyclopedia from 1906, if someone can figure out the search syntax to pass to it.

    http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/index.jsp
    See the post on this tread:

    http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/sho...10&postcount=9

    I put them all over there to keep them in one place...
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    Unhappy Pradis does not support ELM linking with BW7...

    Quote Originally Posted by xara777
    Has anyone tried to establish external links to Pradis' NIDOTTE and NIDNTT?
    Quote Originally Posted by jdarlack
    I don't see any documentation within Pradis on how to access the program from an external link. Perhaps you could shoot an email to the Zondervan techies to see if its possible....
    I just received an email from Zondervan's technical support team, and they have confirmed that Pradis does not support the kind of linking that BibleWorks can use with the ELM. They have passed the feature request on to the developers. Here's the contact info for Zondervan's Tech Support:
    1-800-925-0316
    ztech@zondervan.com
    Perhaps if Pradis users "squeak" enough the feature will be added...
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    Hi
    I have just emailed Zondervan about linking to Pradis.

    Does anyone know if the kinking would work with esword?

    Thanks
    DunK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunk
    Hi
    I have just emailed Zondervan about linking to Pradis.

    Does anyone know if the kinking would work with esword?

    Thanks
    DunK
    I have also emailed them and I know of at least one other who has, let's keep bugging them.

    Actually, I would rather bug them so that they will license NIDOTTE & NIDONT to BibleWorks!

    See this other thread for E-Sword and more...

    http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1158
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    Thanks for the link Joe.

    Actually, I would rather bug them so that they will license NIDOTTE & NIDONT to BibleWorks!
    I'm not familiar with the abbreviations you used, what are they?

    I was hoping Pradis would link so that I could use the New Linguistic and Exegetical Key to the Greek New Testament - Rogers & Rogers.

    Dunk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunk
    Thanks for the link Joe.



    I'm not familiar with the abbreviations you used, what are they?

    I was hoping Pradis would link so that I could use the New Linguistic and Exegetical Key to the Greek New Testament - Rogers & Rogers.

    Dunk
    When in doubt Google it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Fleener
    Actually, I would rather bug them so that they will license NIDOTTE & NIDONT to BibleWorks!
    I really enjoy the NIDOTTE, so much so I picked up their electronic version to compliment the hardbacks. The scholarship is very good, it is readable, and it has an "Evangelical" bent while really being fair to the text for the most part. I have found it to be a good companion to TDOT (which often has slightly more information, but frequently tends toward a more critical/secular perspective). It would be a great unlock, as would TDOT and "Theological Lexicon of the Old Testament" by Jenni & Westerman. ABD is also fairly useful--I know I would get more use of it if it were in BW. On the other hand NIDOTTE and ABD are pricy in their stand alone electronic formats ($100 and $200 respectively).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua Luna
    ABD is also fairly useful--I know I would get more use of it if it were in BW.
    Joshua,

    In case you weren't aware, ABD can be accessed using the External Links Manager in BW7.

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by xara777
    Joshua,

    In case you weren't aware, ABD can be accessed using the External Links Manager in BW7.

    Mike
    Thanks Mike I look forward to BW7. Bringing all my Bible software under BW (my most frequently used tool and resource) will be a blessing and time saver.

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