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#1 Matthew Pennock

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Posted 19 February 2019 - 11:57 PM

This high and lofty resource is so dang good they hang at the very highest part of the money tree nicely out of reach of...everyone. I'm not buying LOGOS or Accordance just to spend another $150 that I don't have anyway. Or is it $200.

Is this available for e-sword?

I use the public domain Gesenius, Fuerst, and BDB for my translating, but I figured HALOT would be a useful tool because of hearsay. I thought I would go down to the local seminary library to see if they had it available, but then was promptly deterred from so much as transgressing the property line with all my white-maleness seeing how they have gone fullblown SJW "theology is oppressive" (i'm not kidding).

I love how I am able to preview the HALOT everywhere its sold (not) before dropping so dough on it as though I was a pastor that didn't have to spend my own money.

Anyway, this resource seems to me to be unobtainium to all except the ivory tower folk, which is only telling me its a waste of money as long as I have the other resources.

 



#2 anh Mike

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Posted 20 February 2019 - 09:16 PM

I have seen it and used a little of it until the Loyola University Library started to card all those who enter.  It is up to date using all the available research but like TDOT, probably more for the academic library.  Perhaps the local Library can get you photo copies of pages.  I own Holladay, the the shorter, cheaper abridged HALOT.   Like any dictionary/lexicon, you still need to do your own studying of the word.  Do what you can online and there are several translations that can help w. words as well as up to date commentaries (NICOT & WBC).  Yes there are ways around those expensive works so do your own work then consult those lexicons.  I would get Holladay not HALOT.  

 

.https://docs.google....2YWJiNTFhNzIzNQ

 

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Edited by anh Mike, 20 February 2019 - 09:34 PM.





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