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Online Greek text with parsing information

Discussion in '2005 Archive' started by Craigbythesea, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. Craigbythesea

    Craigbythesea Active Member

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    For an online Bible study program using the Greek text with parsing information and Greek word studies go to Greeknt.com. If you get some square boxes where some letters belong, go to "Front Problems?" in the upper left hand corner on their HOME page.

    Have fun! [​IMG]

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  2. Plain Old Bill

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  3. rjprince

    rjprince Active Member

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    cbts,

    Thanks. You can also download at least three different Greek texts to use whenever you are offline from

    www.e-sword.net
    www.onlinebible.net

    The Bible programs, many Bible downloads, commentaries, Bible dictionaries, Greek text downloads, etc. are free and they show parsing as well. Both programs have WH, Byzantine Majority (Scriveners, I think), as well as the Robinson Pierpont MT.

    BOTH ARE FREE TO DOWNLOAD WITH MODULES!!!! And most have parsing as well!

    NIV, NASB, and a few other require a “royalty fee” to unlock.
     
  4. IveyLeaguer

    IveyLeaguer New Member

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    Thanks, Craig.

    RJPrince,

    I've been using E-Sword for several years. How does The Online Bible compare to it, in your opinion?

    Also, have you tried PowerBible?
     
  5. Phillip

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    Off the subject, but the ESV is royalty FREE for downloading on E-sword.net
     
  6. Dr. Bob

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    Appreciate the good link, craig
     
  7. Phillip

    Phillip <b>Moderator</b>

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    Yes, Craig, that is a very impressive website! WE AGREE ON SOMETHING. YEAH!!!!!!!! [​IMG]
     
  8. rjprince

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    IveyLeaguer,

    I have all three. I use Online because it is the one I know best. Have used it for about 18 years. Whole thing used to fit on about 12 1.4 MB floppies! We distributed about 150 Power Bibles to church families, friends, and relatives. E-Sword seems to have a few more modules that are available for free. For me, Online seems easiest to use, but maybe that is just because I know it best.
     
  9. JohnBaskette

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    [post snipped; off topic and hateful rhetoric]

    [ January 10, 2005, 12:45 AM: Message edited by: Dr. Bob ]
     
  10. kennethc

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    I am beginning to understand why some people hold me at arms length when I simply state, "I prefer the KJV".
     
  11. rjprince

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    I prefer the KJV. All of my memorization is KJV. I preach from the KJV. But I DETEST KJV ONLYISM, and gleeful ignorance (about 2 steps beyond blissful ignorance)!
     
  12. kennethc

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    You've not become infected too badly then, ken. Take two NIV and call me in the morning! [​IMG]
     
  15. kennethc

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    I studied with one for years - all the footnote's leaving me wondering though...

    Maybe I just grew up on all those old movies? "THOU SHALT NOT...!". Movies like "The Bible" were all in KJV. I love the language.

    ...besides, if it was good enough for Peter and Paul... :eek: :D [​IMG]
     
  16. Phillip

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    It was good enough for Moses too. If you don't believe me, watch him on TV sometime when they show him getting the ten commandments. [​IMG]
     
  17. Craigbythesea

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    The Greek text used in the program that I referenced above (Greeknt.com) is the copyrighted 26th edition of the Nestle text which is the same text as the UBS 3rd edition of the Greek text, and the same as the 27th edition (1993) of the Nestle text which includes a slightly revised apparatus and a new introduction. The 4th edition (1993) of the UBS Greek text is the same as the 3rd edition, but includes a thoroughly revised critical apparatus. These texts are the Greek texts in current use by the vast majority of Bible scholars today and they are not available at either E-sword or Online Bible.

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  18. Phillip

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    e-sword does have the Westcott-Hort. Although the rest of the Greek are TR, Septuagint, and Majority Text.
     
  19. Craigbythesea

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    Yes, but the Westcott-Hort text is VERY different (as far as N. T. Greek texts go) from the text I referenced above and has not been in use among scholars for many years.

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  20. rjprince

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    CBTS,

    I use UBS3 when using paper. Do so much study using the PC that I do not use paper bibles as much as electronic. Thanks for the clarification re UBS3. Can it be downloaded? Or, is it only available online?
     
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