Note: Available in packages Bronze and above.
The Lemma in Passage guide section searches through your commentaries for their references to original language lemmas (dictionary forms of words) you might want to study. It can be added to some Guides or opened as a standalone guide section.
Note: Lemma in Passage requires an active internet connection.
In Passage Guide
Add Lemma in Passage to a Passage Guide by running the Passage Guide, then clicking Add > scroll down to Lemma In Passage.
Lemma in Passage groups your results into two sections:
- Lemmas in [passage] — displays every instance where each lemma in the passage is mentioned within a discussion on that passage.
- Other Lemmas — displays other lemmas that are mentioned within a discussion of the passage you’ve entered.
Example: theios appears in a commentary discussion of John 1:1. Since it does not appear in the passage itself, it is listed under Other Lemmas.
Results can be sorted by either Lemma (which groups the results by commentary mentions of that particular lemma) or Book (which groups the results by the commentary where the lemma is discussed).
In Bible Word Study
Add Lemma in Passage to a Bible Word Study by running the Bible Word Study, then clicking Add > scroll down to Lemma In Passage. When you search for a word in Bible Word Study, the Lemmas in Passage guide section displays every occurrence of that word under discussion in commentaries in your library.
- Lemmas in [passage] — displays every discussion of the lemma for which you’ve searched, sorted by biblical reference.
- Other Lemmas — displays occurrences where the lemma is mentioned in discussion of passages in which the lemma itself does not appear. Example: a commentary contrasts nipto (which occurs in the passage under discussion) with baptizo (which does not occur in the passage).
Results can be sorted by either Passage (which groups results by biblical reference) or Book (which groups results by the commentary where the lemma is discussed).
Standalone Guide Section
- Open the Guides/Workflows menu, then begin typing Lemma in Passage in the Guides menu search box. Select the Lemma in Passage guide section when it appears. It will open in a new panel.
- Type the lemma you want to study in the Lemma in Passage Search Box. The guide section will return results showing everywhere that lemma is discussed in commentaries in your library.
You can display results in two different ways.
- Passage — displays your results grouped by biblical passage.
- Book — displays your results grouped by the commentary in which they occur.
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