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    Default A Greek Grammar of the Greek New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature (BDF)

    I noticed an anomaly in a resource I own in another Bible software application. Specifically, BDF is missing the New Testament Scriptural Index at the back. On a phone call with one of their support representatives, they confirmed that they were missing the same index on their computer. They told me that they would take it up with their team of developers. What I wanted to know is this: If any of you have the add-on module of A Greek Grammar of the Greek New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature (BDF) in your installation of BibleWorks, could you please check if your digital version includes the New Testament Scriptural Index and report back? I may purchase the said module from BibleWorks if it contains that index. Grateful for any feedback. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ISalzman View Post
    I noticed an anomaly in a resource I own in another Bible software application. Specifically, BDF is missing the New Testament Scriptural Index at the back. On a phone call with one of their support representatives, they confirmed that they were missing the same index on their computer. They told me that they would take it up with their team of developers. What I wanted to know is this: If any of you have the add-on module of A Greek Grammar of the Greek New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature (BDF) in your installation of BibleWorks, could you please check if your digital version includes the New Testament Scriptural Index and report back? I may purchase the said module from BibleWorks if it contains that index. Grateful for any feedback. Thanks.
    Yes. There is an index of subjects, index of Greek words and index of references broken down into NT, ApoFathers, NT Apocrypha, Pseudo-Clementine Literature and LXX.
    Michael Hanel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hanel View Post
    Yes. There is an index of subjects, index of Greek words and index of references broken down into NT, ApoFathers, NT Apocrypha, Pseudo-Clementine Literature and LXX.
    Thanks, Michael. Very good to know. My BDF digital resource in the other Bible software application only includes indices of references from the Apostolic Fathers, NT Apocrypha, and the Pseudo-Clementine Literature. Clearly, it is missing reference indices from the New Testament and LXX. Big shortfall in my estimation.

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