FREE: Kindle edition of the SBL Greek New Testament from OSNOVA

OSNOVA has released a free Kindle edition of the SBL Greek New Testament. The SBL Greek NT web site:

The SBLGNT is edited by Michael W. Holmes, who utilized a wide range of printed editions, all the major critical apparatuses, and the latest technical resources and manuscript discoveries as he established the text. The result is a critically edited text that differs from the Nestle-Aland/United Bible Societies text in more than 540 variation units.

Students, teachers, pastors, and interested laypersons can use the SBLGNT right now for research, writing, and study—at no cost.

OSNOVA’s Kindle edition of the SBL Greek New Testament provides an excellent formatting and navigation that Christians have come to expect from OSNOVA Kindle publications. The OSNOVA edition incorporates an active table of contents, a 5-way controller navigation between chapters and books, a cross-reference system between the Bible text and the apparatus, and the innovative navigation aid called Direct Verse Jump 2 (DVJ-2), which makes it easy to open any Bible verse in mere seconds. The complete instructions on how to use all navigation aids in this publication are found at the beginning of the book.

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3 responses to “FREE: Kindle edition of the SBL Greek New Testament from OSNOVA

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  2. Daniel Najimian

    Thank you for furnishing the SBL version of the Greek New Testament. The text looks marvelous on my Kindle, and the price was right (free!). Now I would like to find an easy-to -search lexicon that I could use with this GNT. Please let us know if and when such a resource becomes available. (I wouldn’t expect a useable lexicon to be free, but at a reasonable price, it would be a real blessing.)

    • Daniel, thank you for your kind words. Yes, I intend to do a Kindle Greek Lexicon and there are several draft versions already but I am not satisfied with any of them. The issue is to get a quality source text not restricted by copyright. This may take a while but when it happens I will definitely announce it here. Blessings, Illya (OSNOVA)

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