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I have opened a new topic about Pseudepigrapha Isaiah_A, even if someone before asked already about it, because I have checked the bibliography noted in the help file and I've found some irregularities and perplexities. First the help file contents: Martyrdom and Ascension of Isaiah A/B [isaiah_A, Isaiah_B] R. H. Charles (ed.), The Ascension of Isaiah (London: A. & C. Black, 1900) 84-95 + B. P. Grenfell and A. S. Hunt (eds.), The Amherst Papyri . . . Part 1. The Ascension of Isaiah and Other Theological Fragments (London: H. Frowde, 1900) 4-10. Recension A Accordance 1.1-3.9 Recension B Accordance 2.4-2.11 1. Both works (the pdf files can be found in Archives.org) do not contain the greek text indicated in Accordance as Isaiah_A or, at least, I could not find it. If it is my mistake, I would be glad to acknowledge it and any help will be most welcome. 2. Both works contain a text that corresponds to the so call Isaiah_B in Accordance module, but the text is incomplete. In Accordance, it only gets until 2,11... So, two questions again: 1. What is Isaiah_A? I'm really interested because I found in it a reference related to my research but I cannot quote it. 2. Why is the greek text not completed? That is not what it was supposed when I ordered the module. Will it be ever completed? Thanks for any comment and/or help.
Releasing the next module from the German Bible Society: the popular Greek New Testament known as UBS4 is now available together with its own critical apparatus. While the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece is designed for scholarly research, the Greek New Testament, 4th Revised Edition is designed for translators and students. Like NA27, this is the leading edition of the original text of the New Testament. It contains the same Greek text as NA27, differing only in some details of punctuation and paragraphing. The Accordance version is fully tagged morphologically allowing for grammatical and lemma searches. The critical apparatus includes exegetically significant variants (fewer than NA27) but adds extensive manuscript evidence (more than NA27) for each variant, thereby offering in-depth instruction for students on how variants and the evidence for them work together. The UBS4-T with apparatus is available for Easy Install on Mac and iOS for $89.99, but since the text and tagging are virtually identical to the GNT-T and NA27, the UBS4-T with apparatus can be added to either of those texts for only $39.99.