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#1 Guntis



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Posted 05 January 2018 - 06:14 PM

I search for "1 Samuel 3:1-10; John 1:43-51" in Accordance. In the parallel column I have open "Feasting on the Word, B". When I scroll to 1 Samuel 3:1-10, Feasting on the Word opens me commentary on this passage, but it is not from the Second Sunday After The Epiphany, but from the Proper 4 (Sunday Between May 29 And June 4 Inclusive), which is several weeks later. Why does it skip first reference to 1 Samuel 3:1-10 and jumps to the second? Actually problem is deeper —there could be several cases when the same passage could be repeated elsewhere, so it would be good if Accordance could use some kind of logic to determine which section to show. Probably by using current date? Or, it could present me some sort of list with all those commentaries on the same passage in different parts of its volumes, and I could choose. It could "remember" my choice for that week. 

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Posted 05 January 2018 - 06:42 PM

While swatting bugs here ever since 12.2 Feasting on the gospels is no longer citing properly just in shortened URL form (pleases see example below). 


The Fourth Gospel evinces numerous tensions within itself, obvious literary seams, responses that do not answer the question posed, and so on. There are apparent strata, and scholars posit a lengthy and complicated composition history. Let us take a moment to sort out at least three of these strata chronologically.




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