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Pseudepigrapha (New English)

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Category: English Non-Biblical Text

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A new translation from the Greek by Dr. Craig Evans. When both modules are purchased, this module is synchronized and displays in parallel with the grammatically tagged Greek PSEUD-T.

Check out the video below in which Dr. Evans speaks to the importance of the Pseudepigrapha.

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Pseudepigrapha (New English) is included with the following packages:

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title
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BW Crossover13-Adv 10 Add-on
$249.00
BW Crossover13-Adv 8-9 Add-on
$199.00
BW Crossover13-Basic 6-7
$299.00
Coll13-GreekExpert
$1,999.00
Coll13-GreekMaster1119
$3,999.00
PSEUD add-on
$249.00

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April 15, 2020  |  1:42 PM   |    Fantastic (5)
This module provides the best public domain Greek texts of 51 different works commonly called "pseudepigrapha." Several of these editions are still the scholarly standard for the field, which makes this module helpful for academic work as the print versions tend to be expensive and they are not searchable. Since it is a Greek module, it does not include any of the pseudepigraphical works which are not extant in Greek. There are still some spelling errors to work out, many of which I have been flagging and sending in as I read through, but nothing serious that hinders the usability of the texts (these errors, at least which I have found, are only in the text and not in the tagging, so searching for a word that still finds the occurrences even though they are misspelled in the text). All things considered, this is a highly commendable resource to expand your collection of Greek texts for reading. While many of the texts are no longer the "standard editions" used by scholars, they are ...
This module provides the best public domain Greek texts of 51 different works commonly called "pseudepigrapha." Several of these editions are still the scholarly standard for the field, which makes this module helpful for academic work as the print versions tend to be expensive and they are not searchable. Since it is a Greek module, it does not include any of the pseudepigraphical works which are not extant in Greek. There are still some spelling errors to work out, many of which I have been flagging and sending in as I read through, but nothing serious that hinders the usability of the texts (these errors, at least which I have found, are only in the text and not in the tagging, so searching for a word that still finds the occurrences even though they are misspelled in the text). All things considered, this is a highly commendable resource to expand your collection of Greek texts for reading. While many of the texts are no longer the "standard editions" used by scholars, they are still valuable and useful for reading, for growth in Greek knowledge, for growth in knowledge of the biblical time periods, and so forth.