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Book cover: Hermeneia OT (22 volumes) CROSSGRADE

Hermeneia OT (22 volumes) CROSSGRADE

Category: Upgrades   |   Minimum Acc Version: 11.2

$125.00   |   Full Version: HermeneiaOT_22 ($499.00)
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Crossgrades are modules offered at a lower price to a customer with Accordance who already owns an electronic version of the same module on another platform. They are designed to encourage people who want to switch from another platform and who have already invested significantly in specific resources which are available on both platforms.

Crossgrades to multi-volume products require all volumes of the Accordance product to already be owned in the other platform. As with all upgrades, the special price is offered on the condition that the original software is not sold or given to anyone else. Note: No additional discounts or coupons of any kind can be applied to Crossgrade prices.

In order to receive any crossgrade prices you must first return this form to us, completed and signed.

Requires Accordance 11.2 or above.

Hermeneia—A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible:
Unique, authoritative, and indispensable, the Hermeneia series from Augsburg Fortress has in a generation produced many of the most influential and informative commentaries on the Bible in the English language.

This edition includes 22 published volumes. For convenience of use, the volumes are divided into 3 modules, which are all included in the price of the set. Modules included:

  • Old Testament Volumes
    • HermeneiaOT-19 - 19 Old Testament volumes
    • Hermeneia OT2 - Parallel Old Testament volume
    • Hermeneia2 PS - Pseudepigrapha

Advanced Accordance features enable any scholar or teacher to:

  • navigate and search the text of all Hermeneia volumes
  • move seamlessly and accurately between Hermeneia and any other Accordance resources
  • view the commentary in parallel with any Bible texts.

This set includes one recently released volume (First Isaiah).

For even more information on this series and individual volumes, see this Article, this podcast, and this blog post on Hermeneia.


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