A bundle of classic and modern resources to aid you in studying the Greek of the New Testament—featuring the Moulton-Milligan Vocabulary of the Greek New Testament and the Complete Word Study Dictionary (NT) by Spiros Zodhiates.
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This collection of classic and modern resources is designed especially for those intermediate Bible students and pastors who wish to supplement their study of the language and vocabulary of the New Testament, and yet perhaps are only just beginning to learn Greek (or brush up on it again). Four lexical works are included in this bundle:
Click here for a version of this same bundle which also contains the 1-volume abridged Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (TDNT).
As with all Biblesoft Lexicons, these titles can be accessed either by Strong's number or by Greek word.
NOTE: All of these titles are part of the OneTouch Professional Series library. This bundle is intended as a lower-cost option for users who do not have (or have not yet upgraded to) the Professional Series.
The Berean Study Bible for PC Study Bible (Version 5 and OneTouch), produced in partnership between Biblesoft and Bible Hub—
The Berean Bible is a three-tiered study Bible to connect you from a smooth and accurate translation through to the root of the Greek and Hebrew meanings, incorporating three main components:
1. An interlinear Bible to directly follow the Greek and Hebrew texts.
2. A literal translation to take the reader to the core of the Greek and Hebrew meanings.
3. A modern English translation, effective for public reading, memorization, and evangelism.
Each of these components have been integrated for use by Biblesoft. You will find four different versions of the Berean Bible under your "Bibles" menu:
You can access the Berean Interlinear Bible by selecting "Other Interlinears" under the Greek/Hebrew menu ("By verse"). You will be able to compare the Berean Interlinear with any other New Testament Interlinear you have in your library. Double-click any parsing code and see a breakdown of the part of speech and other grammatical elements indicated by the code.