I have a running version on Bibleworks, but the books are still under copyright.
Much interested to hear you have a the Buber/Rosenzweig version up and running in BibleWorks. I've long been a great admirer of their extraordinary translation effort, both for what it does with the Hebrew bible and with the German language.
No doubt there are many like me in the BibleWorks community who would love to see it made available; but if, as you say, there is still copyright in place, we might just have to wait for the good people at BibleWorks themselves to license it for us all.
One question, though. I already own a well-thumbed print copy of Die Schrift - the Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft four-volume paperback edition. Now, this conceivably means I could for my personal use enter the text in BibleWorks.
Yet entering hundreds and hundreds of pages of text on my own, when a suitable electronic form exists, seems like a dreadful waste of time, especially when I could better use that time to enter Saadia Gaon's tafsir (the Derenbourg edition of which, at least, is no longer under copyright) which others might also profit by.
Provided, then, that you will take my word as a scholar that I already own Die Schrift, and shan't hand it out to all and sundry, might you be persuaded to allow me the use of the text?
eu prattein te kai eu zen,
- M.E.J. Buijs
Dear Robin -
In your list of available modules you mention Wycliffe,
yet I can't seem to find it in the master list at the old
in the new page. Did I overlook something? I would
dearly love to have Wycliffe, and would be grateful
if you can point me to it.
- MEJ Buijs
CUV Chinese Union Version
It is available in e-sword and Sword Project.
There was some discussion about the CUV in http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1647
There were some copyright issues. Message one of the authors to find out the details. Depending on how you own it, you might be able to use their help to compile it for your own use.
Weymouth and Twentieth Century files
here is a link to a web site that has a number of the versions you are looking for.
I would like to see the Translation of Hermann Menge (http://www.die-bibel.de/online-bibel...-im-bibeltext/) if possible with codes of course
and a codes Version of the most Common German Version, the Einheitsübersetzung.
i am looking for the orthodox jewish bible and the the hebrew names version i have the ojb in my e-sword files and would like to converet it to Word Search but I have not found a way to do it yet
Kann ich irgendwie zu dieser kommen?
Originally Posted by markus
New English Translation of the Septuagint (NETS)?
I know it's not even out in print yet, but are there plans to include this? It looks very interesting, from what I can read about it here.