Video Interview with Rick: What’s So Cool about the LGNTI?

Rick Brannan was kind enough to sit down with me and answer a few questions about one of the projects that he’s been working on for the last several months, the new Lexham Greek-English Interlinear New Testament (LGNTI), which should be shipping any day now.

Click on the image below to watch Rick talk about this great new resource.


Windows Media Video: 5:31 | 14.8MB

You can also read about some of the features of the LGNTI or, better yet, watch Rick some demonstrate them in these two posts:

Comments

  1. Video doesn’t work here, Phil.
    Gerry

  2. disambiguate–”to establish a single semantic or grammatical interpretation for”
    Source: Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (Eleventh Edition).
    Entry also includes Rick’s non-invented noun form: disambiguation.
    Nice video!

  3. Yet another David says:

    Rick, thank you for the explanation of the LGNTI, and for “turning the tables” at the end! (During the video I was wondering what Phil looked like.) Oh, I’ve placed my pre-pub order too.

  4. Please quit changing the download date. It’s a form of torture.