Two New Lexicons on Pre-Pub

Digging into the original languages is a very important part of advanced Bible study, and we are continually striving to find ways to make it more accessible and more powerful. Tools like the reverse interlinears and the Bible Word Study report make rich data—formerly available only to those with a knowledge of Hebrew and Greek—easily accessible to those with little or no original language training. For those who are comfortable working with the original languages, our syntax tools make a whole new level of study possible.

While there’s a huge range of tasks involved in Bible study, one of the most fundamental is gaining a proper understanding of the various nuances of meaning that individual words are capable of communicating. Having a number of different lexical tools to consult is crucial. We already have quite a nice offering of Greek lexicons and Hebrew lexicons, but there’s always room for more. And, of course, there’s really no better way to access lexical works than in the Libronix Digital Library System, where lookups are only a click away.

Now on Pre-Pub are these two first-rate works:

Both would make great additions to the library of every serious Bible student. If you don’t know much about them and don’t want to take my word for it, there’s lots of good information on the product pages. In less then 24 hours, both sets reached nearly 50% of the pre-orders needed to send them into production. Your pre-orders will help take them to 100%.

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2 Responses to “Two New Lexicons on Pre-Pub”

  1. Mark April 25, 2008 at 6:49 am #

    It’s a good thing Jenni and Westermann are finally integrated to Logos. Now the time has finally come for TDOT. I have been waiting for ages for you to offer it to us and since that didn’t happen, I’ve decided to ask for it myself… :-)

  2. Ted Hans April 25, 2008 at 11:04 am #

    I am glad to finally see Jenni and Westermann on prepub. what about TDOT,New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology & Exegesis and New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology? please phil can you help? I would like to see also the last of the Exegetical trio licensed by logos.For now logos users do not miss Jenni and Westermann priced well at prepub!