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  1. Hello, are there any plans to bring the NeueLuther Bibel 2009 (http://www.buonanovella.com/die-bibel) to Accordance? Thanks and greetings, Johannes
  2. timanorton

    Luther Writings

    I am looking to invest in a collection of Luther's works. The module available on Accordance says that it includes "A collection of writings and sermons by Martin Luther, including the 95 Theses, "An Open Letter to the Christian Nobility," "Table Talk," and other important works." Is it possible to find a complete listing of what this module includes? Thanks so much!
  3. Dear Accordance Developers The German-speaking part is a very wealthy and open market. We are traditionally very interested in complete solutions with professionality. As a excited user from Swizzerland I often advertise Accordance in my christian environment. Especially Bible-school-students seem to be very interested in your Products. I appreciate hardly, that Accordance is available in German System language. Because you know, many people do not have very good English-skills. Did you know, that the Elberfelder Bible, Schlachter Bible and the Luther Bible are the most common and seriously used bibles in Germany, Switzerland and Austria? Two of these bibles you already sell in your shop, the Schlachter 2000 Bible and the new Luther Bible. I guarantee you, that the New Elberfelder Bible is especially in the universitary level and in many common german-speaking bibleschools recommended and used. I encourage and please you, to provide the New Elberfelder Bible for Accordance. It is the most closly translated version to the Hebrew and Greek Texts. Please think about it seriously: We are ready for you. We know, that you surely have many other language demands, for example spanish. I personally have Spanish blood, but I am convinced, that the German-Speaking-Part is ready for a Upgrade of your offers. the average German, Swiss and Austrian has enough skills and openness for modern Software. Please expand your Offers for German-Speakers. Especially I ask for a tagged Version of the Schlachter 2000 (TR) and the Elberfelder Bible (NA). The New Luther Bible is mixed with TR/NA, so I think it is not yet needed. But the Schlachter 2000 Bible and Elberfelder is like your NIV, very close to the Hebrew and Greek. I understand, if you have to prioritize your expansions and projects. But again I claim sincerely, that the German market is ready, wealthy and highly technology-friendly waiting for you. Please offer the New Elberfelder Bible online. Please offer a Tagged Version of the New Elberfelder Bible and Schlachter 2000. If you need more information about the German-Speaking part, please do not hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, Grace and Peace from our God, the father, be unto you. Flavio Wirz
  4. It would be great to have the Book of Concord available for Accordance. This is the confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, which has a summation of the doctrine of Lutheran churches worldwide. This could be helpful if you are... 1.) A Lutheran teacher/pastor/lay leader as this has both the Small Catechism and Large Catechism as well as many other articles that teach the faith. 2.) Interested in the Reformation. The Book of Concord was written from 1530-1580 and is considered a historic collection of documents. The Augsburg Confession was presented to Charles V as a clear teaching of what the protestants believed. The documents are not simply statements of doctrine but were written as a defense and clarification of what the Evangelicals believed in the turmoil of the Reformation. So if you are studying history, the Book of Concord is a reliable primary source. 3.) Interested in what the first Protestants believed. Granted this book is lengthy, but it does include the Small Catechism, written by Martin Luther, as a simple and clear teaching of the Evangelical faith. Want to know what Luther was wrestling with during his time and why Lutheran churches believe what they do today? Book of Concord is your one stop shop. Yes this book already is in print, with the most up to date transltion being the Kolb/Wengert edition. But Accordance can have the ability to search where the book cites scripture references, word searches, copy/paste, etc. Maybe even have the ability to have the original German and Latin tagged? Who knows, the possiblities are endless. Anybody else want to see the Book of Concord available for Accordance? If so, reply!
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