ePublished Bible Dictionary?

My research assistant sent me this notice. Given all our discussion of epublishing (and tenure) he wondered whether this is a good investment of his time. I wonder that as well. And what of the quality of the project? I know, having contributed many articles myself, that dictionaries are often made up of entries created by diligent grad students but what do you all think of this project? Is this a good example of the potential of epublishing or a potential example of the difficulties of not having a traditional editorial/vetting system?

Want to get published?

Want to participate in creating the first all-digital scholarly Bible dictionary?

If you’re in a graduate program and know one of the biblical languages, we would love to hear from you. Let Jessi Gering know what your specialty is by emailing her at jessi.gering@logos.com.

John D. Barry
Book Publisher and Editor-in-Chief
Logos Bible Software

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