Dr. Maurice Robinson - Is he a "co-editor"?

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David Peddicord | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Jan 29 2010 7:28 AM

There are several Greek editions that include the morphology work by Dr. Robinson.  A good example would be:

Newberry, T., & Berry, G. R. (2004). The interlinear literal translation of the Greek New Testament. Bellingham, WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc.

Does Logos consider adding Dr. Robinson's material to an existing Greek text the same as being a "co-editor"?

Are there any "Print" editons of the same Greek texts that Logos uses that include the morphology work by Dr. Robinson?  And that call him a "co-editor"?

Customer service was unable to answer my questions and suggested I post here in the forum.

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Mike & Rachel Aubrey | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jan 29 2010 9:48 AM

DavidPeddicord:
Does Logos consider adding Dr. Robinson's material to an existing Greek text the same as being a "co-editor"?

Doubt it.

DavidPeddicord:
Are there any "Print" editons of the same Greek texts that Logos uses that include the morphology work by Dr. Robinson?  And that call him a "co-editor"?

No.

The only text where Robinson is an editor is his own Byzantine Text.

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David Peddicord | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jan 29 2010 7:12 PM

Thanks for the reply.

I'm hoping someone on staff at Logos can give a more "offical" answer concerning how they give credit / title to someone like Dr. Robinson when they use his materials with someone else's work.

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Mark Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jan 29 2010 7:32 PM

I don't have any official answer either, but my version of the interlinear does credit Maurice Robinson in the Library listing as an author, and on the pop-up description of the work as seen here:

However the citation listing does not have Dr. Robinson listed:

Pastor, North Park Baptist Church

Bridgeport, CT USA

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Rick Brannan (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jan 30 2010 4:12 PM

Hi David.

DavidPeddicord:

here are several Greek editions that include the morphology work by Dr. Robinson.  A good example would be:

Newberry, T., & Berry, G. R. (2004). The interlinear literal translation of the Greek New Testament. Bellingham, WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc.

Does Logos consider adding Dr. Robinson's material to an existing Greek text the same as being a "co-editor"?

Are there any "Print" editons of the same Greek texts that Logos uses that include the morphology work by Dr. Robinson?  And that call him a "co-editor"?

Customer service was unable to answer my questions and suggested I post here in the forum.

The areas where Dr. Robinson is listed, apart from his own edition of the Greek text of the NT, are where versions of his morphological tagging are used. This isn't formally noting/citing him as an editor of the work, but it does indicate that he has some responsibility for content that is included in the resource. Generally, these materials have actually been supplied by Dr. Robinson himself.

Hope that helps.

Rick Brannan
Data Wrangler, Faithlife
My books in print

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