4.1265 OFFLINE 33 (1/52)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Mon, 22 Apr 91 21:51:21 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 4, No. 1265. Monday, 22 Apr 1991.

Date: Thursday, 11 April 1991 1858-EST
From: KRAFT@PENNDRLS (Robert Kraft)
Subject: OFFLINE 33

<<O F F L I N E 3 3>>
coordinated by Robert Kraft
[02 April 1991 Draft, copyright Robert Kraft]
[HUMANIST and IOUDAIOS 11 April 1991]
[Religious Studies News 6.3 (May 1991)]
[CSSR Bulletin 20.3 (September 1991)]

<mainhead>A Bibleless OFFLINE ?</>

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<mainhead>Computer Assisted Research Group (CARG) Theme for 1991:
"Use of Academic Networks and Electronic Text Interchange,"
by Robin Cover, chair</>

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<mainhead>Announcing the Third International Conference on Bible
and Computers, at Tuebingen, 26-30 August 1991, by Alan Groves</>

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<mainhead>The Penn Language Bulletin Board System, by Jack Abercrombie</>

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