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Old 04-06-2013, 11:39 AM   #31
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That site you recommended might be useful for comparative purposes, it does not provide word for word basic meaning (that is what most interlinears do), which is especially helpful if you have some Hebrew grammar under your belt (not me) or can reference some sort of guide (online resource or a printed grammar book, which anyone can do).

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I still find Hurt's site superior to your link to this (also excellent) Hebrew Interlinear web site, attention to which is acknowledged, with gratitude. Outstanding as always, David. What I particularly admire about Hurt's site, is the old Hebrew, looking for all the world, at least to one as naive as I am, like the ancient Phoenician script which gave rise to both Hebrew and Greek. That Eastern shoreline has been fertile ground for imagination, for thousands of years!
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Old 04-08-2013, 04:23 PM   #33
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Interesting.

This is, apparently, Interlinear Scripture Analyzer, ISA basic 2.1.5 Copyright © 2011 André de Mol. The basic version is available for free download from their website here. I think it only runs on the Windows OS.

They also have online versions for those with Macs or really old IBM architecture PCs:

Online Interlinear (PDF format)
Hebrew Interlinear Bible (last update 14 Jan. 2008)
Greek Interlinear Bible (last update 25 Jan 2010)

Unfortunately, I have not been able to determine whether they have gone beyond this basic version. The Windows program does not allow you to copy & paste. The online PDFs can be copied and pasted, somewhat.

The format used by interlinearbible.org seems to be identical to the ISA format, which ISA says is their invention. However, no copyright info refering back to ISA is provided on the above web site. I will note that the interlinearbible.org options take things much farther than ISA does, so they could have bought rights to use and modify the ISA source code.

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Though there are several excellent web sites for instruction in Greek, I am most enamored of Interlinear bible.
Downloaded the interlinear but my anti virus detected malicious intent.
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Old 04-08-2013, 06:10 PM   #34
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Interesting.

This is, apparently, Interlinear Scripture Analyzer, ISA basic 2.1.5 Copyright © 2011 André de Mol. The basic version is available for free download from their website here. I think it only runs on the Windows OS.

They also have online versions for those with Macs or really old IBM architecture PCs:

Online Interlinear (PDF format)
Hebrew Interlinear Bible (last update 14 Jan. 2008)
Greek Interlinear Bible (last update 25 Jan 2010)

Unfortunately, I have not been able to determine whether they have gone beyond this basic version. The Windows program does not allow you to copy & paste. The online PDFs can be copied and pasted, somewhat.

The format used by interlinearbible.org seems to be identical to the ISA format, which ISA says is their invention. However, no copyright info refering back to ISA is provided on the above web site. I will note that the interlinearbible.org options take things much farther than ISA does, so they could have bought rights to use and modify the ISA source code.

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Though there are several excellent web sites for instruction in Greek, I am most enamored of Interlinear bible.
Downloaded the interlinear but my anti virus detected malicious intent.
Hmmm,

I use McAfee Antivirus Plus, Malware Bytes and Spybot S&D on Windows 7 64 bit, and it does not alert me about the ISA program. Of course it has been a good while since I downloaded it from their website, and maybe some Anti Virus or Anti Malware programs may interpret some action it does as "a Trojan" or "worm."

They say it works pretty much out of the box on Windows XP, Vista, & Windows 7, but if you use Windows 2000 you need the file gdiplus.dll, and Windows 98SE needs gdiplus.dll.

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I am using Bit Defender....I tried it agian and got the same thing. Is there a another one out there that is any better? On a side note I e-mail the maker of the software and told them of the problem see what they have to say.
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I have come across a new blog that might be worth keeping track of:

http://www.worthlessmysteries.com/

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Exploring the Bible and other ancient literature from a secular—not to mention irreverent—point of view, with an emphasis on Enochic and apocalyptic traditions.

Also, rants about the academic job market.

The title of the blog, taken from the First Book of Enoch, refers to the teachings given to humanity by fallen angels, and reflects the joy I take in studying things that are utterly irrelevant.
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:29 PM   #37
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Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History
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Old 05-19-2013, 02:06 PM   #38
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It is fascinating to see how the Samaritan evening Sabbath prayer begins (at the end of the sixth day). (Post #23)
That is interesting. Would you say that the Samaritans were/are 'Pharisees'? and/or adopted the 'Pharisaic' traditions regarding the beginning and ending of their Sabbaths?

A bit OT, and better suited to discussion in the 'Normal Threads'
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http://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/log/log06.htm

Always loved this for the first five books. Its old but great work.
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