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Accordance (Libronix) and the Historic Lectionary

by ToddPeperkorn ~ April 28th, 2008

I posted recently on my blog about using workspaces in Accordance or Libronix for sermon preparation. I use the historic lectionary, so that’s what I’m working on. One of the chief advantages of the one year lectionary is the ability to build and expand upon previous work. Here is my current Accordance workspace for Exaudi:

Workspace for Exaudi using Accordance Bible.

You can see that I have the ESV, NKJV and NA-27 open. In the Old Testament tab I have the BHS instead of NA-27. I also have the Book of Concord (Triglotta) open for the BOC reading for the week. In the bottom I have a user note which includes citations, sermon notes, and other items of interest.

What do you think? Could any of you use this, or something like it? I would be interested in hearing from 3-year lectionary folks, if there is something similar

2 Responses to Accordance (Libronix) and the Historic Lectionary

  1. Chris

    Very nice. I’d like to think this could replace my paper file someday. I’m still not enamored with Accordance. They need to conform their interface to OSX. It still feels like OS9.

  2. ToddPeperkorn

    I really like Accordance, but I don’t to-die-for love it yet. They are working on a major upgrade right now, and i’m hopeful that it will clean up the interface. I still like it better than the Libronix interface, though…

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