Best electronic resources for Bible Study

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Michael Abernathy
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Best electronic resources for Bible Study

Post by Michael Abernathy » April 19th, 2012, 6:11 pm

This may be a bit off topic but I just got a fair amount of money I can spend toward improving my library. Unfortunately I don't have a lot of space so I want to put as much as possible into electronic resources. Since I already have the Logos/libronix system I will probably stick with that. But I need some advice. Which works do you consider the most important ones for me to consider?
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Louis L Sorenson
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Re: Best electronic resources for Bible Study

Post by Louis L Sorenson » April 19th, 2012, 9:20 pm

Here's my wish list: (I've got some of them)

BDAG Lexicon (Greek) ... ure-3rd-ed
HALOT lexicon (Hebrew-Aramaic) ... -testament
LSJ Greek Lexicon with supplement ... sh-lexicon
Logos Original Language Version ... es-library
Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary ... dictionary
Word Commentaries - deal with the original languages. Covers 59 books. Will give you an answer on any specific passage in detail. ... commentary

Ken M. Penner
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Re: Best electronic resources for Bible Study

Post by Ken M. Penner » April 20th, 2012, 9:35 am

I would repeat everything Louis listed, plus, if you still have money left over (I would prioritize these over the commentaries, but after the Original Languages Bundle and lexica):
Greek OT Pseudepigrapha
Dead Sea Scrolls
Robertson's Grammar
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St. Francis Xavier University

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