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Project Watch: GNT Browser

Zack Hubert has put together a fantastic new tool that will appeal to students of the Greek New Testament. This GNT Browser includes the whole text of NA26, complete parsing of every term, graphics with statistical information, definitions, grammar info, and much more. It is still under development (the author welcomes suggestions from users), but looks really great. The Greek displays beautifully on a Mac with OS X.

I like the user interface very much. In fact, James Tauber, whose MorphGNT is the textual source of this project, comments that this site "blew him away." A wonderful site indeed. (Thanks to Carl Conrad for drawing our attention to it on B-Greek).


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