May 7, 2009 David Lang

NRSV New Testament now with Key Numbers

For years now, Accordance users have enjoyed the ability to examine the Greek and Hebrew behind those translations which have been tagged with Key Numbers. In version 8, we took that ability one step further with Key number highlighting, a new feature which lets you drag your cursor over a word in a Key numbered text to highlight the corresponding word in a grammatically tagged Greek or Hebrew text (or vice versa).


Of course, all the cool things you can do with Key numbers only work with those translations which have actually been tagged with them. We have long had the King James with Strong's numbers (KJVS), the New American Standard 1995 Update with Strong's (NAS95S), and the New International Version with Goodrick/Kohlenberger numbers (NIV-G/K). Last year we added the English Standard Version with Strong's (ESVS), and this year, we're working on adding Strong's numbers to the New Revised Standard Version.

We're pleased to announce that the New Testament of the NRSVS is now complete, so we're making it available for download. The Old Testament will be completed later this year, and eventually we hope to complete the apocrypha as well. Upgrades to the completed module will be free for those who purchase the NRSVS now.

If you already own the NRSV, you can upgrade to the NRSVS Group (which also includes the Greek and Hebrew Key Dictionaries) for just $20. The cost for new purchasers is $49.

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