Stephen E Moser
- No Page Numbers... so don't think you will interact with a group with a comment like, "I read this on page 89."
- I would echo the sentiment of others that it is a very useful resource... but I would add that it could be so much better than it is. I have only had it for about a day, and I have only used it on my study in Ephesians. I have not seen my primary resources of BECNT, ZECNT, Hoehner, or BDAG appear, yet. Instead, I have seen Hodge, Bruce(1957), Westcott, Ellicott, and BAGD (no longer Logos- I think). One thing of interest is that it is not only a useful resource, but also (I believe) a successful marketing tool. You very quickly become aware of other resources that you would like to own, and will likely purchase. Further, I would suggest there may be an opportunity for a publisher to find a home for advertising dollars. There is a lot of room for someone to copy the idea and do a much better job. I look forward to the evolution of this and future resources like it.
- The Best History Books of 2018 The top history books of last year picked by Amazon Book Review Editor, Chris Schluep 5 out 5 Stars