Class Objective: This page will teach you how to set up theWord to study the Bible using two Greek Bible versions, two non-Greek Bible versions, Strong’s Dictionary, and Robinson’s Morphology Codes.
In this method, I want to show you how I set up my theWord windows to translate or study the original Greek language. Putting aside all the discussion about Bible manuscripts, I just want to look at a passage in the KJV, in a Greek Bible, and in Spanish (I am a missionary in Mexico). As such I am comparing 2 non-Greek versions with two Greek versions.
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So my window layout is the following:
- Layout: Greek-English Bible Comparison
Notice that this is simply a layout (which can be saved and later called up to put the Bibles/book modules in these positions, see Layout Setups for theWord).
Next notice that I am using the “Compare Bible Versions” feature of theWord.
A few comments. First we have the Strong’s Dictionary (in the basic install package of TW) and Robinson Morphology Codes dictionaries loaded into theWord so we can see the Morphology and Strong’s Dictionary codes. (To toggle these features on in your Bible window, click in the Bible window, then CTRL+M for toggling Morphological codes on/off, and CTRL+S for toggling the Strong’s dictionary numbers on and off. Click on greek or blue codes to load in a BookView window, or mouseover to see them.)
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