Online Greek and Hebrew Reader’s Editions

This is too useful to get lost in the sidebar. A new site is up that offers useful online functionality. It’s essentially a configurable Reader’s Edition, with color-coding morphology (“make all verbs red”) and glosses. These are very useful things for beginners, reviewing, or just not where your resources are.

Check it out here.

Hat tip: MGVH

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  • http://www.faithpromotingrumor.com The Yellow Dart

    Woah, thanks for pointing this out!

    TYD

  • Julie M. Smith

    Wow! I have been looking for something like this!

    Thanks.

  • Kevin Barney

    I don’t get it. How do I get to the text?

  • http://faithpromotingrumor.com Nitsav

    On second look, I see it doesn’t work with Internet Explorer. Try Firefox or something else, Kevin. Otherwise, drop the developer a note, and tell him what your settings are (browser, operating system, etc.)

    http://donteatthefruit.com/2009/04/read-the-bible-greek-and-hebrew-reading-experiment/

  • http://www.donteatthefruit.com/ John Dyer

    Just wanted to let you guys know, IE8 correctly handles the reader, just not IE7.

  • http://faithpromotingrumor.com Nitsav

    Thanks for the note and the website John!