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  1. I would like to request the addition of two essential Greek textbooks: A Manual Greek Grammar of the New Testament - Dana & Mantey Essentials of Greek Grammar - Summers/Stevens Both of these are still widely used and would be a great addition to the Accordance Modules. Both Logos and Bibleworks include Summers' book already, but neither have Dana & Mantey. It would be great to see Accordance leap ahead and get both books available as a module.
  2. I really love my Accordance software, but as a German speaking pastor who shepherd german churches, its quit easier to study and working on sermons for example, in the language you preach. The most of my colleagues use Logos - one of the reasons are the German resources they can buy on logos. I know that the market is not really big for german speaking people, but on the other side, Logos is serving the same market and sell a lot of german stuff. And I mean Im speaking not of translations into german. Im speaking of books from Bonhoeffer (who wrote nearly all his books, letters, manuscripts in german), german commentaries from like Keil/Delitzsch or Karl Barth.... Is there any chance to get these resources in the future? It would help me to stay with accordance. Thank you.
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