Greek/Hebrew Followup: Another Demo and more Free Stuff Through March 1

Screen Shot 2017-02-17 at 2.20.18 PMIt’s Logos’ 25th Anniversary, and they’re offering a $25 coupon through March 1. That means it’s a great time to invest in some of the supplementary Old Testament resources I suggested (below), or N.T. Wright books, or Peter Enns, or John Walton, or Jodi Magness’ book on Daily Life in the Time of Jesus, or a line-by-line commentary on how the New Testament uses the Old Testament, or why modern translations differ in the New Testament, or Tikva Frymer-Kensky’s JPS Commentary on Ruth, or or or… There’s so much.

Here’s the Old Testament stuff I recommended.

Now, I know Logos looks intimidating, but you can treat it like a Kindle until you start figuring stuff out. Below, I walk you through another tool to help with words and translations.

 

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One thought on “Greek/Hebrew Followup: Another Demo and more Free Stuff Through March 1

  1. Benjamin: I offered the software Nota Bene as another resource in a previous post. I wonder, did you check it out? I was wondering what you thought of it.

    pr Chris

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