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Thread: Stevenson and Zerwick are now available for purchase

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    Default Stevenson and Zerwick are now available for purchase

    Hello BW Users!

    Zerwick and Stevenson are now available. Click here to purchase and download these modules: http://store.bibleworks.com/modules.html

    Grammar of Palestinian Jewish Aramaic
    William Barron Stevenson
    An important resource for New Testament and Talmudic studies giving a traditional introduction to the language. Now available!

    Biblical Greek
    Maximilian Zerwick, translated by Joseph Smith
    Written to encourage ministers to consult the original Greek, with examples and particular attention to syntax. Now available!


    Thanks!


    The BibleWorks Team

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTan
    Hello BW Users!

    Zerwick and Stevenson are now available. Click here to purchase and download these modules: http://store.bibleworks.com/modules.html

    Biblical Greek
    Maximilian Zerwick, translated by Joseph Smith
    Written to encourage ministers to consult the original Greek, with examples and particular attention to syntax. Now available!


    Thanks!


    The BibleWorks Team
    Zerwick looks nice, great work!! You guys always put yourself in a tough spot, I get one of the resources in BW I always wanted I have no other choice but to add others to my wish list!

    Hope to see AT Robertson and Smyth's grammar next in line Heck I dream big
    Michael Hanel
    PhD candidate Classics Univ. of Cincinnati
    MDiv Concordia Seminary
    MA Classics Washington University
    Unofficial BibleWorks Blog
    LibraryThing!

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    Default Robertson

    Michael,
    Robertson is under development and will be released soon. It will probably be a base package module free to 7.0 users.
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by MBushell
    Michael,
    Robertson is under development and will be released soon. It will probably be a base package module free to 7.0 users.
    Mike
    Wow, I'm in awe!
    Michael Hanel
    PhD candidate Classics Univ. of Cincinnati
    MDiv Concordia Seminary
    MA Classics Washington University
    Unofficial BibleWorks Blog
    LibraryThing!

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    Angry Robertson's Grammar

    Mike, are you saying that you will be making A T Robertson's big Greek grammar free to BibleWorks users?

    Hmmm.
    I've only just purchased the Logos version. [A fool and his money ...]

    ... which has a lot of dodgy links. One link mistakes Woodrow Wilson for a bible scholar called A J Wilson, or something.

    It is a great resource and would be a terrific addition to BibleWorks.

    David McKay
    www.davidmckay.info

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    Yep. It has always been our policy not to charge for Public Domain works. It is possible that development costs may one day require this policy to be modified, but we are not at that point yet and I don't see it coming soon.
    Mike

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    yessssssssssssssss.

    With BDF, Wallace, and now Robertson, I think I will be sufficiently able to get an explanation whenever I get stuck.

    I'm pretty psyched!

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    Default STEV module not installing

    Hi,

    I bought Stevenson module but I'm not able to unlock it, I do everything as I should but after I insert the unlock code I get an error saying it cannot find "stevenson.chm" file, I push OK and it says: "The database was successfully unlocked" I installed all the modules from modules CD (v.7 cd 6) and no luck, it doesn't even try to grabb it from the bibleworks webpage.
    Last edited by inkubus; 04-26-2007 at 05:14 AM.

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