A wordpress blogger that goes by the name, Abram K-J has written a detailed review of the Biblia Graeca; a new volume containing critical Greeks texts of both the LXX and the New Testament. One, can imagine that this volume is sure to be welcomed amongst Greek Orthodox and Greek Byzantine Catholic students. It, is […]
Accordance may be new to Windows, but it has over two decades of experience in the industry. For, at least one of those decades it has had an emulator capable of running it on Windows OS, but finally a truly windows native version has been developed and released make the superseding the emulator and making […]
While, reading about the Hebrew Bible you may come across the terms Masorah Magna and Masorah Parva. You may regonize that the terms Magna (Large) and Parva (small) are latin, but what do they mean in conjuction with the Hebrew term Masorah (tradition)? Simple put the Masorah are a collection of satistial and text critical […]
Every Monday I plan on posting on various queries that can be run on current software for textual, morphological and syntactical studies in Biblical literature. Werkgroep Informatica, the Department of Biblical Studies and Computer Science at the Faculty of Theology, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam released a sophisticated syntactical tagged database of the Hebrew Bible, a few years ago. This database, now called WIVU, allowed […]
My former blog at http://mitchellbk.com/backtothesources/ experienced troubles do to database errors and other forces beyond my ability to handle. So, I created the new sub-domain: Adfontes.mitchellbk.com to supersede the former blog.