Reviews by Brian Davidson
March 19, 2018  |  2:11 PM   |    Fantastic (5)
I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the reading experience provided by the Tyndale House Greek New Testament, both in print and in Accordance. The Accordance edition is morphologically tagged and searchable. It preserves the unique paragraph style of the print edition, and the apparatus links allow users to see many high-res images of the manuscripts themselves. Finally, it is affordable. THGNT presents a text that allows readers to step a little closer to early manuscripts of the Greek New Testament, and ...
I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the reading experience provided by the Tyndale House Greek New Testament, both in print and in Accordance. The Accordance edition is morphologically tagged and searchable. It preserves the unique paragraph style of the print edition, and the apparatus links allow users to see many high-res images of the manuscripts themselves. Finally, it is affordable. THGNT presents a text that allows readers to step a little closer to early manuscripts of the Greek New Testament, and in light of the features described above, I think editors and readers of the print volume will be pleased with Accordance’s electronic edition. I certainly am.
Full review here: https://brianwdavidson.com/2018/03/19/tyndale-house-gnt-in-accordance/
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January 23, 2018  |  6:10 PM   |    Fantastic (5)
This is my favorite commentary series because the authors pay close attention to the original languages, textual criticism, and the literary and historical contexts. This series answers the questions I am asking more often than most others.

Obviously, because it’s multivolume, I don’t find every volume of the same value, but here are a few of my favorites: I absolutely love the Matthew, Mark, and Luke volumes, Romans, Hebrews, Daniel, Chronicles, and these are just the first ones that come to ...
This is my favorite commentary series because the authors pay close attention to the original languages, textual criticism, and the literary and historical contexts. This series answers the questions I am asking more often than most others.

Obviously, because it’s multivolume, I don’t find every volume of the same value, but here are a few of my favorites: I absolutely love the Matthew, Mark, and Luke volumes, Romans, Hebrews, Daniel, Chronicles, and these are just the first ones that come to mind.

It is so convenient to have the Accordance version of the whole set with me at all times.
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August 15, 2017  | 11:08 PM   |    Fantastic (5)
The reviews below are completely irrelevant to NIGTC. They are not product reviews. They bemoan that digital books shouldn't be as expensive as print books and that when a book is added to the series its digital edition in Accordance should be cheaper than the print volume. Those things have nothing to do with the content of the volumes.

These commentaries are fantastic. If you don't like the price, don't buy them. If you find these volumes on sale — as they are now, $150 for 13 volumes 8 ...
The reviews below are completely irrelevant to NIGTC. They are not product reviews. They bemoan that digital books shouldn't be as expensive as print books and that when a book is added to the series its digital edition in Accordance should be cheaper than the print volume. Those things have nothing to do with the content of the volumes.

These commentaries are fantastic. If you don't like the price, don't buy them. If you find these volumes on sale — as they are now, $150 for 13 volumes 8/15/17 —and you have the money for them, do not hesitate to purchase them. You will not be disappointed.

People can write whatever they want for review comments. Just know the below comments are more about people's expectations of how the pricing of digital books should work and not the content of NIGTC.
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