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#1 R. Mansfield

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Posted 24 March 2015 - 11:17 AM

To celebrate the release of Accordance Mobile 2.0, we are offering our users a 20% storewide savings. This is a great opportunity to build your Accordance Library with content that you can enjoy and use anywhere. Take 20% off anything in the store: Accordance Collections, Bibles, original language texts, commentaries, dictionaries, theological and graphic titles, and much more.

 

See "Celebrate Accordance Mobile 2.0 with 20% Off Storewide!" for more information. 


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Posted 24 March 2015 - 12:28 PM

Woo-Hoo



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Posted 24 March 2015 - 12:35 PM

Any suggestions for a newbie in-training?  I purchased the Bible study collection about a week ago.



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Posted 24 March 2015 - 04:15 PM

Hard to go wrong with most things in the NIB family.. 

 

NEW INTERPRETER’S STUDY BIBLE NOTES

NEW INTERPRETER’S BIBLE ONE-VOLUME COMMENTARY

NEW INTERPRETER'S BIBLE 12-VOLUME COMMENTARY

NEW INTERPRETER’S DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE (5 VOLUMES)

 

Other excellent resources offered by Accordance  include:

WORD BIBLICAL COMMENTARY: 58-VOLUME SET

 

THE TORAH: A MODERN COMMENTARY

 

ASBURY BIBLE COMMENTARY

 

HOLMAN OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT COMMENTARIES (32 VOLUMES)

 

EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE COMMENTARY - ABRIDGED EDITION (2 VOLUMES)

 

BARCLAY'S NEW DAILY STUDY BIBLE - NEW TESTAMENT

 

FOR EVERYONE: THE COMPLETE NEW TESTAMENT COLLECTION (N.T. WRIGHT) (18 VOLUMES)

 

ESSENTIAL IVP REFERENCE COLLECTION 3

 

ANCHOR YALE BIBLE DICTIONARY, THE (6 VOLUMES)

 

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD BIBLE ENCYCLOPEDIA, THE (FULLY REVISED) (4 VOLUMES)

 

Your request was a little vague so I tried to offer up some of the best volumes/sets (in my opinion) that Accordance has to offer.

 

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Posted 24 March 2015 - 08:33 PM

Thank you so much. 



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Posted 25 March 2015 - 12:54 PM

Well, I would like to study the Bible in depth.  I was in a Master's program for Biblical studies but I cannot do  at this time. So my needs are two fold.  I would like study material that is easy to understand  while I study on my own while being academically acceptable for when I start classes again.  I have two  volumes of the Expositor's Bible Commentary in print form. Thanks in advance for your  time. 



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Posted Yesterday, 10:52 AM

Would you add the 6 New IVP Dictionaries here as well? I'm thinking about taking advantage of the discount for this module set, but I'm not so sure if it's worth it, or that I should aim at something else.


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Posted Yesterday, 11:36 AM

Well, I would like to study the Bible in depth.  I was in a Master's program for Biblical studies but I cannot do  at this time. So my needs are two fold.  I would like study material that is easy to understand  while I study on my own while being academically acceptable for when I start classes again.  I have two  volumes of the Expositor's Bible Commentary in print form. Thanks in advance for your  time. 

Based on that my recommendations would be:

NEW INTERPRETER'S BIBLE 12-VOLUME COMMENTARY

NEW INTERPRETER’S DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE (5 VOLUMES)

ANCHOR YALE BIBLE DICTIONARY, THE (6 VOLUMES)

WORD BIBLICAL COMMENTARY: 58-VOLUME SET

 

NIB is scholarly and easy to understand. WBC is a little less accessible but as a laymen I get a lot out of it and have little trouble following it. AYBD is the standard but NIDB is defiantly easy to read and more up to date.

 

Would you add the 6 New IVP Dictionaries here as well? I'm thinking about taking advantage of the discount for this module set, but I'm not so sure if it's worth it, or that I should aim at something else.

 

I only have the black dictionaries that are in the essential IVP, they are unto date and good volumes, that said I personally find myself referring to them very rarely.

 

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Posted Yesterday, 06:32 PM

Thank you Dan.






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