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#1 Peter Coco

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Posted 04 January 2009 - 01:26 PM

Hi there,

I am looking to purchase a copy of Accordance but I'm totally confused when I check out the various packages on the website. I'm a theology student who will be studying some Hebrew and Greek but most of my studies will be with English texts and commentaries. I'm not sure which package is the best for me and any help would be greatly appreciated! I don't think I need any Premier level but I just want to be sure before I buy.

Thanks very much,
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#2 Helen Brown

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Posted 04 January 2009 - 02:33 PM

The beauty of the new Primary 8 DVD is that you don't need to be sure before you buy. Start small with, say Scholar's Intro or the Double Intro Bundle, and add more texts, commentaries, as you go along. There is no penalty to upgrade from Intro levels to Standard or Premier, and within the 3 month grace period you can get credit for anything you bought that is now included in a higher package that you order. For example, you choose ESV as your free Bible now and within three months you upgrade to Library 8 Standard, you can then choose another free Bible since ESVS is included, as well as the extra one that comes with Standard level.

If you can let us know specifically which Bibles and Commentaries you need, we'll help you assemble the most cost effective package.
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#3 Peter Coco

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Posted 04 January 2009 - 10:29 PM

Hi Helen!

Thanks for the help. I'm not sure which commentaries I would need, but I would like to have the NIV, NASB, NKJV, & NLT versions of the Bible. What is the Double Intro Bundle? Also, do you think the Scholar's version is preferable for me over the Library version?

Thanks again,
Pete

#4 Helen Brown

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Posted 04 January 2009 - 11:51 PM

You need Scholar's Intro at least, if you are doing Greek and Hebrew, as this will give the grammatically tagged texts. The Double intro offers extra savings on Scholar's and Library Intro together. As for your choice of Bibles, the NLT-SE is included in Library Intro. The NAS is only available in the NAS Group $49 which is included with Library Standard level, as is the ESVS Group. You may do best to get Library Standard for $199 with NIV and NKJV as your two free Bibles. The Scholar's Intro can be added now or within 3 months with $30 off using the MixNMatch coupon.
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#5 Peter Coco

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Posted 05 January 2009 - 11:13 PM

You may do best to get Library Standard for $199 with NIV and NKJV as your two free Bibles. The Scholar's Intro can be added now or within 3 months with $30 off using the MixNMatch coupon.


Great, thanks so much Helen. I think I will go this route. I'm sure I'll have plenty of questions when I start using the software - thanks for a great forum.

Regards,
Pete




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