I'm fairly new to the Map/Atlas, although since getting it last year, I have had a fun time playing with it a bit.
This Sunday I'm going to use it for the first time in a sermon, which I'm looking forward to.
It's got me thinking more broadly... if I wanted to put together a map of, say, the locations that Matthew mentions, how could I do that? I do see the "New Testament Sites" layer and a couple routes (Jesus' temptation) that are pertinent, but I'm wondering about an easy(ish) way to run a search for place names in Matthew and then search/plot them on the map.
I thought maybe I could run a book search by grammatical tag, finding all the proper nouns but (1) you can't amplify to the map from a Greek text and (2) I can't find a Proper Noun tag in a Greek text anyway--I thought there was one, but I only see Noun.
Anyway--it's been a long day, so I might just be missing something(s) obvious, but I'd be grateful for any input on how to make a map that is specific to a book of the Bible, whether it's Matthew or some other.
Edited by Abram K-J, 14 March 2014 - 09:40 PM.