It is very exciting to have any Greek text of the apostolic fathers available. Having it available in interlinear form is a boon for all of us who do not, or who do not yet, read Greek. Readily at hand as you read (in code form) is both the infinitive form of verbs and the parsed form from the text. Voice, mood, number, tense, etc. are right there on the page without looking up anything. You get both the translation (called a "gloss" in the synopsis above) of the root word and the translation in context. What a boon it would be to have the apologists as well in this format! It would motivate me to learn to read Greek. This interlinear contains all the earliest writings of the church and therefore some of the most important writings of church history. 1 Clement, the Epistle of Barnabas, and the Shepherd of Hermas all were considered Scripture in at least some early churches. Clement, Ignatius, and Polycarp, all represented among the apostolic fathers, are still regarded as companions or students of the apostles by modern historians. As an introduction to the beliefs held in the churches started by the apostles, there can be no match to the apostolic fathers, and now their writings can be examined and parsed as easily as the writings of the apostles themselves.