TIP of the day: Using Andersen-Forbes coding when you don't know Hebrew

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Aug 22 2015 2:49 PM

The illustration is based on genre coding. The technique also works for other types of coding.

1. Find a passage that represents the genre you are interested in. I used the Proverbs explorer to find a proverb that was a simple saying, knowing that the Proverbs Explorer is limited to the book of Proverbs and has many more distinctions than Andersen-Forbes. I then selected my example in the Hebrew and opened the Context Menu (right-click).

2, I selected the Andersen-Forbes genre coding on the right and search this resource on the left. (Note the online search doesn't allow the save options of the panel search.)

3. Open the resource menu and save the search results as a Passage List.

4. In the Passage List you are allowed to change the translation.

5. You know have the list in an English translation.

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