Study the Greek New Testament with the insights of a massive, online scholarly community. The OpenText.org project was a web-based initiative to develop annotated Greek texts and tools for their analysis. After years of effort, the work is at last complete—and you can access it in your Logos library. Texts are annotated with linguistic information such as text-critical, grammatical, semantic, and discourse features. A representative corpus of Hellenistic Greek resources facilitate linguistic and literary research. The crowd-sourced annotations followed a comprehensive model that ensured only the best scholarly observations made it through to the final version.
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Claybon Collins Jr
Daniel R. Smith