Kevin L. Anderson
straight.street at mindspring.com
Tue May 28 17:00:55 EDT 2002
If one already possesses a powerful Bible software package, such as
BibleWorks, this sort of work is not necessary to have in one's library.
However, I have found that sometimes I would rather have the tactile and
visual experience of a book when I am researching something. In those
instances, this is the sort of work I turn to (only in the library, since I
do not own a copy).
Just a bit of musing on your question, Barbara.
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Kevin L. Anderson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Bible & Theology
One Macklem Drive
Wilmore, Kentucky 40390-1198
From: B. D. Colt [mailto:babc2 at attbi.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 4:31 PM
To: Biblical Greek
Subject: [b-greek] Advice Wanted
CBD has announced a closeout sale, and one item they mention is
"Analytical Greek New Testament" by Barbara Friberg for $21.99. I
assume some of you are familiar with this book and would much
appreciate your opinions concerning it. Should I get it?
Barbara D. Colt, mailto:babc2 at attbi.com
St John the Evangelist, San Francisco
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