A "real" Bible browser - GNT Browser
At last an online Bible study tool that works well and fast on the web, using the original language. Several other bibl*bloggers [see below and belower
.] have already mentioned or drooled over Zack Hubert's GNT Browser
(Carl Conrad on B-Greek
[not a blog]; BSR Weblog
; James Tauber
[whose MorphGNT provided the base text and morphological data]; Mark Goodacre
! . I have to join the queue!
Zack has done just the sort of job we have talked about and dreamed about for the Hypertext Bible Commentary, to replace the somewhat clumsy and arbitrary information about the words in text provided in the Amos prototype
. A mouseover provides parsing, and a click gives a word detail page with a cut down lexicon entry, information of the pattern of use of the word and the root in the NT, and links to lists of the texts using the form or the word. And it is all blindingly fast, and good looking.
I have written to Zack, and added his RSS to my Bloglines. Hopefully we can get some useful dialogue going.