This would take some time, and experience. Both I dont have much of. The commentaries available to the Open Source community seem to be at a stand still, since of course, the hard work of so many individuals have made the processing of every available resource already a reality. But there is one commentary that would take extreme expertise, especially since it is littered with Hebrew, Greek, and Latin. Still, it is regarded by many scholars as one of the finest commentaries ever regarding etymology and word backgrounds. It is the ICC. International Critical Commentary. As of right now, about 40 out of the present 60 volumes are open source. In fact the only one I didnt find that should be available is Ezekiel, and I personally ordered a hard copy and will have that sent to 1DollarScan as soon as it comes in. But even if we took all the experienced module makers on here, and gave each a book or two, would it be feasible? The ICC is one of the most expensive sets in Logos, at around $1995, how great would it be to offer to this community free? The newer commentaries that are not in public domain seem to be started in the late 80's and 90's, so they are decades away from becoming available. It is way beyond my means. But I have found that Adobe Acrobat, even earlier versions with OCR capability, makes copy and pasting the PDF's a breeze. O'well, it is in your guys hands now. Maybe call it something like "ICC-PD" (Public Domain.) I have collected all of the available open source copies and put them in one place. If anybody wants a shot, go for it. Just please, if one isnt willing to do the Greek or Hebrew, there is no use in trying to do the commentary....its main point is to dig deep into the etymological history and aspects of the words and texts. God Bless guys, and if you are up to the challenge, you are much a greater one than me.
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