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- I have three questions: (1) Can you in this digital version somehow substitute notes and corresponding parts in the New Testament, so as to have the critical text as the main NT text? (I want to have NU directly and M-notes and TR-notes.) (2) Will Logos have such a feature more generally (for different text resources), if possible and a good option? (3) Does anyone know if the NKJV will be updated with the latest scholarship (including a critical text as main text for NT)?
- 1) If you link resources (https://wiki.logos.com/Linking_Resources) you can have another bible with the critical text in a separate window, with access to those notes. 3) The Modern English Versions (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_English_Version) is an updated version, but is still based on TR. There's a lot of interesting discussion about adherence to the TR in Mark Ward's book Authorized (https://www.logos.com/product/144705/authorized-the-use-and-misuse-of-the-king-james-bible).Authorized: The Use and Misuse of the King James BibleThe KJV beautifully rendered the Scriptures into the language of turn-of-the-seventeenth-century England. Even today the King James is the most widely read Bible in the United States. The rich cadence of its Elizabethan English is recognized even by non-Christians. But English has changed a great deal over the last 400 years—and in subtle ways that very few modern readers will recognize. In Authorized Mark L. Ward, Jr. shows what exclusive readers of the KJV are missing as they read God’s word.www.logos.com