Biblical Greek Illustrated By Examples (Zerwick) - Why not available separately?

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Eric Weiss | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Dec 16 2010 7:38 AM

Even though I have both Zerwick's Grammatical Analysis and his Biblical Greek, Illustrated By Examples in print form, I bought Grammatical Analysis at the Christmas 50% price.

Sadly, though, I can't buy Biblical Greek, Illustrated By Examples separately, This is too bad, especially since Grammatical Analysis is frequently keyed to it.

I don't want the entire Introduction to Biblical Greek Collection http://www.logos.com/product/3871/introduction-to-biblical-greek-collection, as I already have more introductory NT Greek grammars than I can count, and Swetnam's grammar gets poor reviews at Amazon - plus, you can read much of it at Google books, and there's nothing special about it.

I wish Logos would break out Examples and sell it for a good price. I'd even pay the full $22* to have it in my Logos collection - if it properly links to Grammatical Analysis, and vice-versa. (If it's not hyperlinked throughout to Grammatical Analysis, and vice-versa, it loses much of its value of being in electronic format - but I can't tell from the Product description pages if that's been done, though.)

* It now retails for $22 ($11.28 at Amazon).

If you've never Examples, it's a great 2nd-/3rd-year NT Greek grammar book. If Logos won't sell it separately, buy it at Amazon - it's too inexpensive to do without.

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Anthony H | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 16 2010 8:29 AM

Eric Weiss:

Even though I have both Zerwick's Grammatical Analysis and his Biblical Greek, Illustrated By Examples in print form, I bought Grammatical Analysis at the Christmas 50% price.

Sadly, though, I can't buy Biblical Greek, Illustrated By Examples separately, This is too bad, especially since Grammatical Analysis is frequently keyed to it.

I don't want the entire Introduction to Biblical Greek Collection http://www.logos.com/product/3871/introduction-to-biblical-greek-collection, as I already have more introductory NT Greek grammars than I can count, and Swetnam's grammar gets poor reviews at Amazon - plus, you can read much of it at Google books, and there's nothing special about it.

I wish Logos would break out Examples and sell it for a good price. I'd even pay the full $22* to have it in my Logos collection - if it properly links to Grammatical Analysis, and vice-versa. (If it's not hyperlinked throughout to Grammatical Analysis, and vice-versa, it loses much of its value of being in electronic format - but I can't tell from the Product description pages if that's been done, though.)

* It now retails for $22 ($11.28 at Amazon).

If you've never Examples, it's a great 2nd-/3rd-year NT Greek grammar book. If Logos won't sell it separately, buy it at Amazon - it's too inexpensive to do without.

I feel for ya.

It seems to me they should just sell it as a set of it's own.

I wanted it badly enought that I bought it in the collection package from Logos and yes it is properly linked. I use it now more in Logos than I do my print set. Though I don't think I have used the other two Swetnam books of the collection at all...except maybe to look throught it the day I bought the collection.

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Robert Pavich | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 16 2010 8:58 AM

Is the Christmas price for Grammatical Analysis 18.00? In other words, normally it's 36.00?

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Anthony H | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 16 2010 9:14 AM

Yes with the Christmas sale.

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Ross Durham | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 2 2011 7:26 PM

I completely agree.  I purchased Grammatical Analysis but Biblical Greek, Illustrated by Examples is too expensive in its set.

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