Jul 12, 2010 Helen Brown

Out of the Oven

Sometimes it does seem as if preparing modules for Accordance is a bit like roasting the Thanksgiving turkey. It just takes so long to go through the necessary steps: defrosting, cleaning, salting, stuffing, wrapping, roasting, testing... It isn't made any easier by the delicious smells emanating from the oven, and the constant inquiries of "is it done yet? when can we eat?"

We are pleased to announce that a batch of modules made it through the process in the last few days and are now posted for your enjoyment.

  • The much anticipated NIVAC-NT (special introductory price).
  • Two more Göttingen Septuagint modules, tagged text with apparatus of Exodus and Deuteronomy.
  • Holman Treasury of Key Bible Words only $20 with 200 Greek and 200 Hebrew words explained and defined.

Another batch is due to come out of the oven by the end of this month:

  • Holman Bible Commentary ($480) sale $350
    Also, HOTC ($300) sale $250 and HNTC ($18) sale $150.
    Covering the entire Bible in 32 volumes, these commentaries aim to answer the questions students of the Bible ask rather than the ones Bible scholars play with, but are unable to provide clear answers for.
  • The New Unger's Bible Dictionary only $40 A bestseller for almost 50 years, this time-honored classic is now more valuable than ever.
  • The 8 volume NIVAC-Prophets series.
  • The remaining Göttingen Septuagint modules, tagged text with apparatus of Leviticus, Numbers and Ruth.

As you can see, our team of cooks have not been idle in the kitchen. We are grateful for their hard work and look forward to more exciting "dishes" now in preparation.

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Archived Comments

Carl W. Conrad

July 12, 2010 5:42 PM

Helen, I really am delighted to see these items appear, but one that I have been waiting for that was announced for November 2009 originally is the LSJ unabridged Greek lexicon from Oxford. Any late word on when this might become available?


July 12, 2010 6:54 PM

Carl, we still haven't received the etext from Oxford University Press. We are just as frustrated as you are. Rest assured that it will be top priority as soon as we have the text.

Rod Decker

July 13, 2010 7:45 AM

When I saw the "Out of the Oven" headline, I was hopeful that it was the long awaited announcement of the iPhone/iPad version...! But, alas, that must be in a different oven. (I just pgraded my iPhone from 3G to 4 so as to have the better screen, faster processor, and more memory in anticipation of the Accord app; I'll order an iPad once the app is sufficiently "roasted"!)

Ron Bailey

July 13, 2010 12:55 PM

Here's another who is waiting patiently for Scott Liddell! ;-)