New Jerome Biblical Commentary/New Jerome Bible Handbook

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Chris K | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Apr 19 2016 12:40 PM

I wonder what books are included in that Catholic Scholars Pack - that is different packaging than the Logos 2 Catholic Edition.

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Dan Francis | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Apr 19 2016 1:33 PM

I believe the books in the CSP were:

Contents: 

  • Bibles: 
  1. The Revised Standard Version, Catholic edition,
  2. the New American Bible,
  3. the New Jerusalem Bible,
  4. the Latin Vulgate of St. Jerome (official text of Sacred Scriptures completed about 405 A.D.)
  5. and the King James Version; 

  • Commentaries: 

  1. Jerome's Biblical Commentary
  2. Harper's Bible Commentary
  3. Bible Knowledge Commentary; 
  • Dictionaries: 
  1. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (Little Kittlel) 
  2. Harper's Bible Dictionary
  3. New Bible Dictionary; 

  • Devotional: 
  1. Confessions of St. Augustine
  2. Spurgeon's Morning and Evening Prayers

  • 100 Midi Hymns; 

  • Greek and Hebrew: 
  1. Nestle-Aland 26th Ed. 
  2. the GRAMCORD Greek Morphological database
  3. BHS Hebrew with Westminister Morphology
  4. Rahlf's Septuagen with Morphology TVM (Tense/Mood/Voice) 
  5. Bauer/Arndt/Gingrich/Danker Greek Lexicon 
  6. Louw Nida Lexicon, Chapman's NT Greek Insert, 
  7. Font-Linguist CCAT databases 
  8. Vines Expository Dictionary
  9. BHS Hebrew with Westminister Morphology  TVM-Tense Voice Mood
  10. Bauer, Ardnt, Gingrich and Danker Greek Lexicon 
  11. Liddell and Scott Intermediate Greek Lexicon 
  12. Chapman's New Testament Greek Insert
  • Maps: 
  1. Logos Bible Maps
  • Study Tools: 
  1. Treasury of Scripture Knowledge Complete Guide to Bible Versions 
  2. Complete Guide to Bible Versions
  3. Torrey's New Topical Textbook 
  4. Strong's Numbers with BDB/Thayer Lexicons

-Dan

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Chris K | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Apr 19 2016 1:48 PM

nice thanks!

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Average Joe | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Apr 20 2016 7:17 AM

Chris K:

You might want to add it as a watchlist on eBay so you get notified when one gets listed :)

I'll have to figure out how to do that. I don't use eBay that much, so I'm not familiar with the helpful tools. Getting the Jerome Biblical Commentary and the NAB would be nice.

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Chris K | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Apr 20 2016 9:44 AM

It's actually pretty easy to  "follow a search"/create a watchlist.  Make sure you are logged into eBay, then do a search: Logos 2.0 Catholic and then you will see the search results.  There is a link at the top to "Follow this Search".  If you click it, it will set up notifications when things are posted that matches that search.  For things that I have really been looking for, I tried using a couple different search combinations and followed them: "Logos Catholic", "Logos 2.0", etc.

That way, in case something is listed that fits one but not the other, you will still be notified.

I hope this helps!

eBay Search and Follow

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Average Joe | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 25 2016 6:12 AM

Thanks, Chris! That does help!

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ManilaDave | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 25 2016 1:17 PM

Chris K:

Two great resources that I used with my students when I had them do Exegesis Papers were:

New Jerome Biblical Commentary (a classic)

http://www.amazon.com/New-Jerome-Biblical-Commentary/dp/0136149340/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444197951&sr=8-1&keywords=new+jerome 

and 

The New Jerome Bible Handbook (based on the Commentary, but valuable in itself)

http://www.amazon.com/Jerome-Bible-Handbook-Biblical-Commentary/dp/0814622046/re

I fully agree with you there Chris! I would even like to see "The Jerome Biblical Commentary" as part of a Verbum package. The New Jerome Biblical Commentary is about 60% new material. There is still a wealth of good useful material in the original volume. For my money the New Jerome is the best single volume commentary available irrespective of theological tradition. The references from commentary on to precise numbered paragraphs in the theological and other sections make it a fabulously easy and "full" resource to use for a single volume work. In the Verbum/Logos system of links at a click it would be absolute dynamite and a joy to use.

Please Verbum publish it.

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Denise | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 25 2016 1:57 PM

Christmas Ideas! Catholic Bible Software by Logos


by JESSERAY on DECEMBER 9, 2011

Most of you already know that I use Logos Bible Study software every day! There is nothing to compare with it. I have used it since 1990, never believing it would be as user friendly and powerful as it is today.

And now they have three new products worthy of the name “Catholic.”

There are three packages, each loaded with Catholic Bibles, resources — including the Vatican Councils, Fathers of the Church, commentaries and much more.

Catholic Foundations is the most affordable and the Scholar’s pack is for serious study. Scripture Study is middle of the road and geared toward serious Catholic Bible Study.

Check them out by going to http://www.Logos.com/SteveRay

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Above from the Logos Antiques roadshow.  Sigh.

"God will save his fallen angels and their broken wings He'll mend."

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Chris K | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 30 2016 11:30 PM

ManilaDave:

I fully agree with you there Chris! I would even like to see "The Jerome Biblical Commentary" as part of a Verbum package. The New Jerome Biblical Commentary is about 60% new material. There is still a wealth of good useful material in the original volume. For my money the New Jerome is the best single volume commentary available irrespective of theological tradition. The references from commentary on to precise numbered paragraphs in the theological and other sections make it a fabulously easy and "full" resource to use for a single volume work. In the Verbum/Logos system of links at a click it would be absolute dynamite and a joy to use.

Please Verbum publish it.

I am thinking there might be a rights issue with the Old Jerome Commentary - as that is also what seems to be the issue with the New Jerome Biblical Commentary (from earlier posts).  However, you can get the Old Jerome Commentary if you can find the "Logos 2 Catholic" program on eBay (I was able to snag a new, sealed, copy for about $30), you can install it, get the license code, and Faithlife will apply it to your account and you will have the Old Jerome Commentary. It also includes the original NAB bible and a couple other resources which I was thrilled to have since they are no longer available on Logos (the other included resources are still available, but those two resources made the $30 well worth it in my mind!).

Be forewarned, the "Logos 2 Catholic" program I got was on disk and ran on Windows XP, so it was a little tricky getting it installed on the newer computers to get the license code, but it was worth the effort!

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Gordon Jones | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 31 2016 2:28 AM

Chris K:
Be forewarned, the "Logos 2 Catholic" program I got was on disk and ran on Windows XP, so it was a little tricky getting it installed on the newer computers to get the license code, but it was worth the effort!

Hi Chris, it's not necessary to install old Logos software to have the resources added to your account. Simply call or email Logos with the installation code and they'll add the resources for you. I have done this several times and it has always been a smooth process.

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Don Awalt | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 31 2016 4:06 AM

While we are at it, I would like to make a pitch for Divine Intimacy, Father Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalene O.C.D., which is also on User Voice:

https://suggestbooks.uservoice.com/forums/308269-book-suggestions/suggestions/11225271-divine-intimacy

This is a classic spirituality/devotion book. I read the hard copy book daily, and not only is it an excellent devotional I have learned a ton from it

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Joseph Turner | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 31 2016 4:23 AM

Gordon Jones:

Chris K:
Be forewarned, the "Logos 2 Catholic" program I got was on disk and ran on Windows XP, so it was a little tricky getting it installed on the newer computers to get the license code, but it was worth the effort!

Hi Chris, it's not necessary to install old Logos software to have the resources added to your account. Simply call or email Logos with the installation code and they'll add the resources for you. I have done this several times and it has always been a smooth process.

Gordon, Logos 2 versions didn't have serial codes, so one has to install the L2 program along with the resources, which then allows for exporting a license file to be sent to Logos.  After L2 they started including the codes.

Disclaimer:  I hate using messaging, texting, and email for real communication.  If anything that I type to you seems like anything other than humble and respectful, then I have not done a good job typing my thoughts.

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Chris K | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 31 2016 11:19 AM

Joseph Turner:

Gordon Jones:

Chris K:
Be forewarned, the "Logos 2 Catholic" program I got was on disk and ran on Windows XP, so it was a little tricky getting it installed on the newer computers to get the license code, but it was worth the effort!

Hi Chris, it's not necessary to install old Logos software to have the resources added to your account. Simply call or email Logos with the installation code and they'll add the resources for you. I have done this several times and it has always been a smooth process.

Gordon, Logos 2 versions didn't have serial codes, so one has to install the L2 program along with the resources, which then allows for exporting a license file to be sent to Logos.  After L2 they started including the codes.

Yep, that was my issue - there was no code with the box itself so I had to go through the install process, then copy the code and send it to them.  So, unfortunately, if you get Logos 2.0 Catholic, you will have to find a way of installing it in order to get the code to give to Faithlife to apply to your account.

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Gordon Jones | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 31 2016 1:30 PM

Joseph Turner:
Gordon, Logos 2 versions didn't have serial codes

I didn't know that, thanks, and I apologise for giving bad information. I guess the codes that I emailled to Logos must have all been Libronix/Logos3.

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Joseph Turner | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 31 2016 3:50 PM

Gordon Jones:

Joseph Turner:
Gordon, Logos 2 versions didn't have serial codes

I didn't know that, thanks, and I apologise for giving bad information. I guess the codes that I emailled to Logos must have all been Libronix/Logos3.

No apology necessary!

Disclaimer:  I hate using messaging, texting, and email for real communication.  If anything that I type to you seems like anything other than humble and respectful, then I have not done a good job typing my thoughts.

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