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WBC-OT: volumes on Job 2137 and 3842 by Clines


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#1 B Tan

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Posted 09 April 2014 - 05:26 PM

May I know when these volumes on Job will be available for the WBC set? Job 38–42 was published in 2011 and Job 21–37 in 2006. Thank you.



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Posted 09 April 2014 - 05:38 PM

The third volume has been up at Logos for a while waiting completion. They claim nelson (now it would be Zondervan) has not provided an eText. I have no idea what the delay is but it might mean Accordance will be having trouble offering it, if the publisher is not refusing it release the to them.

 

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Posted 12 April 2014 - 02:15 AM

The third volume has been up at Logos for a while waiting completion. They claim nelson (now it would be Zondervan) has not provided an eText. I have no idea what the delay is but it might mean Accordance will be having trouble offering it, if the publisher is not refusing it release the to them.

 

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I see. Thanks for the information. I had assumed that the volumes were in the WBC collection, so I lost time having to head back to the library when I was doing a paper on Job recently. It's a big pity the whole of the Job commentary isn't available, as it's the most detailed available right now, and Clines is always comprehensive even if you don't agree with his conclusions.



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Posted 12 April 2014 - 01:29 PM

I would agree, I like his work on Job and not having all the volumes is frustrating. WBC is one item I have in both Accordance and Logos, anchor Bible dictionary is the only other multivolume modern  resource I have duplicated in both software  (and this only because I had got a Accordance WBC CD for a super cheap price many years ago). So I do have volume 2 in Logos but it is frustrating to not have the 3rd volume so many years after it's release.

 

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