Greek, Exegesis and Bible Software

Published: October 21st, 2008

It is good to see that more and more books are taking into account the use of Bible software applications as a tool for approaching the study of the biblical languages and the exegesis of the text. This is the case of Basic Greek and Exegesis, written by Richard B. Ramsay. I haven’t read it (yet), but the book includes a good number of sections that explain how to use Bible software for particular exegetical tasks. You can find the Table of Contents and a sample chapter here.

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  1. 1. David Fish
    October 23rd, 2008 at 3:52 am

    Rubén,

    Richard Ramsey trabajó por mucho años en Santiago, CHILE, y ahora trabaja con la Universidad FLET y Miami International Seminary. Tengo su texto acá en mi escritorio, y creo que lo tiene en español también, quizás en formato PDF, pues lo ha usado en español.

    El prefacio dice: “I would like to thank the Cuban students from the Los Pinos Seminary, as well as the students from Mérida, México, who took earlier versions of this course in Spanish. . . There is a free online course based on this textbook. See http://miamiinternationalseminary.com/. First register by clicking on “Create new account.” Then log in and find the course called Basic Greek and Exegesis. The course includes automatically graded quizzes and PowerPoint presentation with audio files that indicate the pronunciation of vocabulary.”

  2. 2. Rubén Gómez
    October 23rd, 2008 at 10:24 am

    Thank you for the info, David. Since you have the book maybe you could comment on how useful are the sections where he introduces the use of certain Bible software programs.

    Please keep in mind that comments should be written in English, so that everybody understands them. Thanks!

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