New Titles from the German Bible Society
Jan 30, 2012 Rick Bennett

New Titles from the German Bible Society

We are happy to announce that our ongoing partnership with the German Bible Society (GBS) brings a new selection of the world's finest scholarly Bibles and original language texts to Accordance. The first round of these releases was announced just two weeks ago with the first installment of the BHQ, then last week with the long-awaited Nestle-Aland (27th ed.) tagged Greek text with sigla, and the critical apparatus. These are just the first of several new releases planned in the coming weeks.

UBS

In addition to the NA27, we will also offer the UBS Greek New Testament (4th ed.) with tagging and critical apparatus. On the Old Testament side we will have the BHS tagged text with sigla and apparatus, the apparatus for Rahlf's Septuagint, and the apparatus for the entire Vulgate.

We will also have the Gospel of Thomas, Coptic and Greek text with English and German translation, and commentary, and the revised Barclay Newman Greek-English dictionary (typically included in the back of the UBS Greek text).

For those with a passion to study the original texts of the Bible, these are sure to be must-have resources for your Accordance library. In order to see the full breakdown on these new titles and their pricing, check out our news announcement, and stay tuned to the blog for future posts on the availability of these new titles with more 'first look' videos.

 


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Archived Comments

Hansoo Jin

January 30, 2012 4:30 PM

When will the UBS be made available for purchase?


Rick Bennett

January 31, 2012 11:27 AM

Hansoo, we can't give an exact date yet, but it should be within the next couple weeks. We will announce it here on the blog (and by extension FB, Twitter and the Forums).




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