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#1 R. Mansfield

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Posted 06 February 2017 - 04:27 PM

Get Dan Wallace's A READER'S LEXICON OF THE APOSTOLIC FATHERS with introductory pricing--NEW for the Accordance Bible Software Library!

 

This title is much more amazing in Accordance than it could ever be in print. Add the Reader's Lexicon in a scrolling parallel column to Holmes' Apostolic Fathers (3rd ed.). Also, hyperlinked number counts next to words automatically run a search in the Apostolic Fathers. 

 
For more information, see today's blog post
 
Screenshot with AF & Lexicon in parallel panes:
 
Attached File  Reader's Lexicon 1-r.jpg   214.33KB   3 downloads
 
Screenshot with search from Lexicon word count:
 
Attached File  Reader's Lexicon 2.png   905.27KB   0 downloads
 
Screenshot with Reader's Lexicon in separate zone but tied to AF:
 
Attached File  Reader's Lexicon of the AF.png   469.07KB   0 downloads
 
 

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#2 Michael Hunt

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Posted Yesterday, 10:29 PM

How did I miss this ????? Only just stumbled across this from https://danielbwalla...electronically/

 

Well done Oak Tree. Well done.


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