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Online Hebrew Interlinear Bible - Interlinear Scripture Analyzer
Hebrew Interlinear Bible (OT) [ Greek Interlinear NT ] ****** [ Hebrew Text: WLC_v (v1.1): Westminster Leningrad Codex with vowels ] ****** [ Sublinears: WLC_t, CHES (v2.0) ] ****** [ Translation: Authorised Version ].
| ISA (Interlinear Scripture Analyzer): Interlinear and Concordance Search Software which is designed to close the gap between translations and the original Bible text. A transparent organized database structure is used to make sure that all (other) renderings of a Greek word are instantly visible.
|ISA's features and functions:
- Searching the interlinear and the translations
- 9 Editable interlinear levels
- Parallel translation/notes columns
- Personal notes linked to 'verse' number
- Personal notes linked to 'strong' number
- Link to OnlineBible databases (original old ones only!): Greek, Hebrew Lexicon, etc..
- Interlinear print function
- Export / Import function
- Beamer presentation mode
- Works in conjunction with the CBrowser (see below)
- IT's FREE
+ (CLICK To Download) -- CBrowser (Commentary Browser) is a separate application -- a computer based version of the Concordant Commentary on the New Testament -- which synchronizes with ISA when both are running.
>(CLICK To Download) -- The Greek Elements Flashcards are a computer based flashcard system, the vocabulary being taken from the book THE GREEK ELEMENTS (available in print; please see our Catalog). The following is a brief description of this book:
“An Analysis of the Vocabulary of the Greek Scriptures into the Elements of which the Words are composed, and a Grouping of the Words under the Elements each contains, followed by the nearest English Equivalents, as used in The Concordant Version.”
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- Strong's Hebrew and Greek Concordance
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- Click [ HERE ] to download the complete "SeedMaster" bible search system.
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in electronic format, which will interface with the SeedMaster Search Engine. This is one of the ONLY sources for this software. To obtain it, Please CLICK HERE. |
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What is the NET Bible?
The New English Translation, also known as the NET Bible, is a completely new translation of the Bible, not a revision or an update of a previous English version. It was completed by more than twenty biblical scholars who worked directly from the best currently available Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts. Most of these scholars teach Old or New Testament exegesis in seminaries and graduate schools. Furthermore, the translator assigned to prepare the first draft of the translation and notes for each book of the Bible was chosen in every instance because of his or her work in that particular book—consisting not only of teaching but of writing and research as well, often extending over several decades. Many of the translators and editors have participated in other translation projects as well. They have been assisted by doctoral students and advised by style consultants and SIL field translators. Hence, the notes alone are the cumulative result of hundreds of thousands of hours of biblical and linguistic research.
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||The World English Bible (WEB) is a Public Domain (no copyright) Modern English translation of the Holy Bible, based on the American Standard Version of the Holy Bible first published in 1901, the Biblia Hebraica Stutgartensa Old Testament, and the Greek Majority Text New Testament. There is also a Hebrew Names Version of the World English Bible (also called the World English Bible: Messianic Edition) that is created by substituting traditional Hebrew names and phrases for equivalent Greek/English names and phrases. Although there are Hebrew versions of some names and a few differing translational choices where more than one rendition is reasonable, the meaning of the Holy Scriptures remains the same.
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The History of the English Bible -- Preface: This is the first part of a four-part lecture that was delivered at Lancaster Bible College in March, 2001, for the Staley Bible Lectureship. We are hoping to get permission to post all of the lectures as an audio tape on the Biblical Studies Foundation website. Here are some audio of a Textual Criticism series Dr. Wallace has done. Dr. Wallace is available as a conference speaker on “The History of the English Bible.”
Scrolls From the Dead Sea: The Ancient Library of Qumran and Modern Scholarship, brings before the American people a selection from the scrolls which have been the subject of intense public interest. Over the years, questions have been raised about the scrolls' authenticity, about the people who hid them away, about the period in which they lived, about the secrets the scrolls reveal, and about the intentions of the scrolls' custodians in restricting access. The Library's exhibition describes the historical context of the scrolls and the Qumran community from whence they may have originated. It also relates the story of their discovery 2,000 years later. In addition, the exhibition encourages a better understanding of the challenges and complexities connected with scroll research.