[sword-devel] (no subject)

Chris Little chrislit at crosswire.org
Wed Jun 16 17:41:43 MST 2004


We aren't involved in any kind of scanning, OCR, or keyboarding of 
texts.  You might contact CCEL (www.ccel.org) instead, since they do 
this sort of thing.


Barry Hodkinson wrote:

> I have two sets of books which I would like to see preserved on the 
> internet. The first is the Thomas Scott Bible Commentary in six 
> volumes.(3600 pages approx). Thomas Scott wrote the first modern 
> commentary (about 1700) with chain reference system which others later 
> copied and copywrited. Matthew Henry etc, was modelled on this original. 
> Though old the commentary still has fresh ideas, you also get a lot of 
> interesting notes from older commentaters. Scott himself was a freind of 
> John Newton, the converted slave-trader, who wrote the hymn "Amazing 
> Grace" and ministered in the same church as his successor.
> The second is "The Peoples Bible" Joseph Parker D.D. (25 Volumes, 400 
> pages average)  Joseph Parker was the Founder of the City Temple, 
> Holborn Viaduct, London. which had a number of famous preachers. If you 
> have the resources and manpower to put these works on the internet I 
> would be delighted.
>   Best wishes, Barry Hodkinson.
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