When I see a book (module) advertised on Accordance that I'm not familiar with, I often have to go to Amazon or to Logos to read more in depth about its contents. The sample page(s) that Accordance offers (together with some reviews as well) are sometimes not adequate enough to make a judgment about the book. I want to see more pages of the book in question. Logos, in particular, has this wonderful thing called "see inside" which provides a plethora of pages from the volume under consideration. Wouldn't it be wonderful if Accordance could provide such a service as well? How about it Accordance?
Posted Today, 01:41 AM
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Posted Today, 03:46 PM
Agreed. I too have commented on this in the past.
I don't live in a library and neither do I work in a seminary, so when there is a new Accordance module that is usually the very first I've heard of it.
Sometimes buying a module is something of a shot in the dark, a bit hit and miss. Please help us ignorant customers make more informed choices.
Some of actually want to throw money at you.
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