Reviews on Recent Releases
Last week, we released a bevy of new titles for the Accordance Library. Today's the last day to get introductory pricing; and if you’re still undecided, here is some of the buzz around the web.
Wes Allen: “Accordance Bible—Picture the New Testament”
“Picture the NT does something I thought impossible—it makes spending time on biblical genealogies interesting.”
"While you can search Accordance’s existing photo resources by Scripture reference already, this is their first graphics tool that is designed to specifically open parallel to your Bible, verse by verse. It’s organized, in other words, by canonical reference."
“...for those studying early Christian history — for those studying views of Scripture… and indeed, those struggling with their own views...having this module is a necessity. Having it in Accordance makes it easy to read and to ponder in both English and the original Greek.”
“I knew soon or later a good electronic copy would come out that would allow me to experience the Reader in all of its glory, including taggings and easy look up. Behold, my patience has paid off.”
Brian Davidson: “Accordance Edition of Discovering the LXX”
"DLXX is a fantastic personal guide. It’s also ideal for anyone who has started down that path and turned back because of the strange sights and sounds found in Rahlfs’ big blue abyss."
"Accordance takes an already good (and long-awaited) resource and significantly enhances its usability for readers of the Septuagint."
"The Göttingen Septuagint on Accordance includes everything in the print edition — except the huge amount of space one needs to have it. Further, because it is highlighted/tagged and included the apparatus, serious — and the sometimes serious— students of the Church’s first bible can easily find what they need."