I know that complete syntactical databases for biblical texts are sort of yesterday’s news, but this is another first (at least for the Logos world). Now Greek specialists and enthusiasts will be able to compare New Testament Greek syntactical structures with another important Greek corpus, the Apostolic Fathers. Pretty cool for Greek geeks!
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The Logos page unfortunately doesn’t mention it (which would make it a no-buy for me) and there seems to be no way to ask questions about products, so maybe you can help me. What textual basis is this edition based on? Thanks!
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