This summer, in honor of our 25th anniversary, we are sharing a bit more about who we are. Each week you will meet an Accordance employee, learn about that individual's favorite works, and read a brief personal message. We hope you find these enjoyable ...

 

Meet Mark Allison (Getting to Know Accordance) and more...



Meet Mark Allison (Getting to Know Accordance)

Getting to Know Accordance This summer, in honor of our 25th anniversary, we are sharing a bit more about who we are. Each week you will meet an Accordance employee, learn about that individual's favorite works, and read a brief personal message. We hope you find these enjoyable and beneficial. Meet Mark Allison Mark Allison Bio Mark [...]
       
 

Advanced Hebrew in Accordance (Webinar Archive)

 
In this previously recorded webinar, Helen Brown focused on Psalm 1:1-3 and used the text to demonstrate the structure of a tagged text, how to garner more information on the words and build powerful searches. She went on to demonstrate both the Holmstedt and ETCBC (WIVU) syntax databases and [...]
       
 

Oxford is at Accordance

Oxford Brits The British are coming, the British are coming—and we're really excited about it! This week we are celebrating all things British with deep discounts on titles from Oxford University Press (many of which are not available in any other Bible software platform!), F. F. Bruce, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, N. [...]
       
 

Meet Rick Mansfield (Getting to Know Accordance)

Getting to Know Accordance This summer, in honor of our 25th anniversary, we are sharing a bit more about who we are. Each week you will meet an Accordance employee, learn about that individual's favorite works, and read a brief personal message. We hope you find these enjoyable and beneficial. Meet Rick Mansfield Rick Mansfield Bio [...]
       
 

Much Better than Print Lexicons! Matt Christian’s Accordance 25 Story

Matt Christian Being in Seminary, I often saw others using programs to help with translation and exegetical work. I would bring print lexicons to class (yes the big huge ones) and spend half my time thumbing through them to find particular glosses, while others would simply pull up several lexicons at once. It [...]