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Biblical Bibliography of Lausanne

Thomas Naef, from the University of Lausanne, wrote to me regarding the availability of the Biblical Bibliography of Lausanne (BiBIL), a free online bibliography that includes some sophisticated search options (like the ability to look up Hebrew and Greek terms). This was just before my last computer crash, so I apologize for the delay in getting the word out to you.

According to its website, BiBIL's goal is "to provide fast and up-to-date information on the large field of publications about the world of the Bible." More information can be found here.

I searched for ἐντολή and found 1 hit (Morgen, Michèle. "Votre Loi, mon commandement". Etude de la place accordée à la Loi et au commandement dans l'évangile de Jean). Searches, even complex ones, work fine and return a lot of useful info. The only problem is that I was unable to see anything when I clicked on Guided Tour, although I had Macromedia Shockwave Player installed. I tried with both IE 6 and FireFox 1.0.7.


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