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#1 Caspar



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Posted 22 October 2013 - 05:28 PM


I would really like to see the German "Neues Leben" bible offered in Accordance.

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Posted 15 February 2014 - 02:52 PM

I second this.
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Posted 19 August 2014 - 08:22 AM

Even though I converted an e-text of this Bible and imported it, I would really appreciate getting a copy of Neues Leben Bibel made by Accordance for Accordance.


It was a huge effort that cost me free time over a couple of months to get the camel (NLB) through the eye of the needle (Accordance Bible Import feature) and the quirky, tedious nature of importing such a Bible has caused a lot of confusion between me and others who use the paper version:

  • OT verse numbering was lost, since only one numbering system was allowed for importing ("KJV"),
  • poetry format was lost, since it wasn't possible (so far as I knew) to retain it,
  • paragraph titles all had to be removed,
  • note numbers and notes had to be removed, and
  • copy as citation uses English book names. :(

There are two other folks in my community who are using Accordance and the (paper) Neues Leben Bibel and I wouldn't wish such an import on them.


Even if the Bible import has been improved, and I don't know that it has, I don't think I will go through such an experience ever again. :(


When I was obliged to use the Elberfelder recently, it occurred to me how nice, clean and accurate it can be to use the Accordance-made version, especially with the different numbering system.


It would also be great to get the Hoffnung fuer Alle if that were possible.

Edited by Chuck Schneider, 19 August 2014 - 08:25 AM.

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Posted 22 August 2014 - 08:49 AM





It is strange this two Bibles you can find in many other Biblesoftwares but not in Accordance


The rights of the NLB neues Leben Bibel has the R. Brockhaus Verlag which has also the rights of the ELB-LEM, Luther-Lem.etc. Info from GBS.


From the NLB it give also a  Studienbibel, NLT studybible in german. 


The rights of the Hoffnung für alle has biblica.com. Info from fontis.ch the swiss and german distributor.






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Posted 13 October 2014 - 06:25 AM

I also would like to have the german "Neues Leben" bible in accordance. It would be very helpful in our church.



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