Verse by Verse Greek Audio

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Rifhen | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Jun 12 2022 3:30 PM

I know about the resource that provides pronunciation of the Greek lemma in the information tool.  I also know about the Greek audio bibles.  But my question is whether there is a tool or resource with a verse-by-verse reading of the Greek NT?  What I mean by that is a tool/resource in which I could click a verse in say NA28 and have Logos/Verbum read that specific verse to me in Greek?  At least for the Greek audio bibles in my library, I can go to any chapter, but not to a specific verse within a chapter.  

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NB.Mick | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jun 12 2022 3:49 PM

Rifhen:
my question is whether there is a tool or resource with a verse-by-verse reading of the Greek NT?  What I mean by that is a tool/resource in which I could click a verse in say NA28 and have Logos/Verbum read that specific verse to me in Greek

John Schwandt's Greek Audio NT (https://www.logos.com/product/26968/greek-audio-new-testament ) will do this.

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Robert M. Warren | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jun 12 2022 4:46 PM

Rifhen:

FYI, in case you haven't used Read Aloud in Logos before:  Once you've purchased the resource Mick linked to, open the NA28 or the SBLGNT to the verse you want and press Ctrl+R (Win) to start reading. Ctrl+R is the toggle off, also. If you click the 3-dot kebab menu for the bible, you can check 'Show word-by-word indicator'. During the reading, you can use the controls that appear on the right side of the menu bar to control speed from 0.75x to 2x.

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Rifhen | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jun 12 2022 5:33 PM

That works perfect - thank you both.  Strangely enough I had what I guess must have been an old version of this.  It was by the same guy but was "Audio Greek NT" rather than "Greek Audio NT."  I can't find it on the store now, so I guess it must not be sold any longer.  But I just got this version and it works great.  

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