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    When will the recently finished Lexham English Old Testament be available for installment into BibleWorks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by basilides View Post
    When will the recently finished Lexham English Old Testament be available for installment into BibleWorks?
    A public e-text has not yet been released, so that obviously needs to happen first. It won't ever be in the BibleWorks main package though because of licensing restrictions. So it's up to users to provide it for other users.
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    What is (are) the Lexham version(s) exactly? What is their origin and aim?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR View Post
    What is (are) the Lexham version(s) exactly? What is their origin and aim?
    This may help to answer your questions: http://www.lexhamenglishbible.com/download/LEB.pdf

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    Thanks, Joan. What an interesting undertaking. I can see where it could be useful to people in the early stages of learning Greek. I appreciate the translator's clarity about the principles employed and the reasons for them, and his willingness both to render expressions idiomatically when necessary, and to signal when he is doing so.
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    FWIW, I Tweeted some impressions I had in glancing over some particularly interesting (to me) spots.
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    Any progress on having the whole Lexham Bible available to BW9? Darlack? Anyone?

    ...Bueller?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Phillips View Post
    Any progress on having the whole Lexham Bible available to BW9? Darlack? Anyone?

    ...Bueller?
    Was that you volunteering??
    Michael Hanel
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    Thou shalt not take the name of the Darlack in vain.

    I can't make any guarantees as to when I can get it together. I'll see what can be done. It won't be immediately though . . . I'm swamped (working full-time and taking classes full-time is not very conducive for getting BW projects done).
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    That is so funny. I actually think of you as "the Darlack," to the point that I thought I might've said it in my post.

    GET OUT OF MY MIND!!!!!!
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