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Understanding what I have


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I have Accordance 9.2 and love it. However, at times I find it difficult to know and understand what it is I actually have when it comes to the 100 plus books in my collection. Is there a place I can go to find out what the books actually are and what their best intended use is? Additionally, is there a place one can go to that provides reviews of the books that lets the reader know the theological bent of the author/publisher (reformed, arminian, catholic, etc.) of said work?

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See this thread for a similar discussion.

 

The short answer is that there isn't a one-stop-spot for the info you want, but most of it can be found with some digging.

 

In addition to the suggestions in the other thread, for commentaries, there is a special section of the forums with user reviews and comments, as well as the http://bestcommentaries.com site. (The latter is not affiliated with Accordance, but recommended by many folks here).

 

If there are particular modules you are wondering about, or if you have a specific goal with Accordance and would like some suggestions about the best resources among those you own for that goal, tell us more specifics and I'm sure you'll have lots of suggestions from users here.

 

Lorinda

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It would be cool to have Accordance put up a user wiki and we can all comment on the modules/commentaries. I created a Google Doc to keep track of what I have in my library. https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AhmptlH8EDLucnZnNGJBYVNXem5sTmtVUXF0d1RGQWc&hl=en

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