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The Word Biblical Commentary on CD-ROM: 54 Volume Edition (Englisch) CD-ROM – September 1998

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What a Deal! 20. Februar 2001
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Finally someone has put out Biblical Studies material in electronic format that is actually worth something! Formatted to the Logos LLS system, the WBC makes exploring Commentaries a breeze. Many electronic versions of scholarly books leave out the "nuts and bolts", but this is a fine exception. Exploring cross-references is as easy as a click of a button, and it fully interacts with other Logos features such as Bible versions and other Book titles. Regarding the Commentaries themselves: This is a "meat and potatoes" kind of commentary. Some working knowledge of Greek and Hebrew is needed (you can get by without it and still glean alot of good stuff though). It does a good job of giving the social/historical/political background material. Then it breaks the text down into literary units and deals with the various issues, meanings, and theological signifance of that text. The author(s) do not work from a translation like the NIV or NASB, instead they provide their own translation, which serves as a wonderful source for doing word studies and understanding better the original meaning of the Biblical authors. Not all the commentaries are equal, however. Actually, there are several that are poorly done (but this is true of any commentary series). However, the far majority of the titles in this series, that I have read, have been worth the money. Whether in print or in electronic format, this series is a must-have for the pastor or serious layman involved in Bible study. But take it from me, get the electronic format if you can.
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