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Accordance 9 – Nice New Features and Great Performance

You probably know this already, but Accordance Bible Software from OakTree Software is now out in version 9. I've been using it for two or three weeks now, and the new features is going to help me focus even more on my Bible study. I haven't been able to utilize all the new features yet, but just the workspace zones and Search All feature is enough to make the flow of my studies flow better. (Read on for more details ...) Read More...

Want to check out the reliability of Biblical manuscripts yourself?

Have you ever wondered what “Other mss omit bracketed text” or “NU-Text omits this verse” mean? Or maybe you know what it means, but you want to dig deeper, do some New Testament text criticism on your own. Unless you know Greek and such, it might be difficult to find what you’re seeking on your own, and even if you know some Greek, it might be quite some work. This is where textual study commentaries might help you out. This blog entry comments on the NET “tc” notes and Philip Comfort’s Commentary on the New Testament Text. Read More...

HCSB Second Edition and HCSB with Strongs

I just got my hands on the new HCSBS module to Accordance, the great Bible software from Oak Tree Software. The module is based on the 2009 revision of the HCSB translation, which I wasn't aware of until very recently. There's some interesting changes. I also got the NKJVS module, New King James keyed with Strong's numbers. I'm also waiting for the HCSB Study Bible this fall. Read More...