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Richard Gratzinger | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Dec 19 2017 11:25 AM

I've been over at logos looking around and like the fact that they have courses on many different subjects.

Anyone have an idea if we will see something like this on Verbum for Catholics in the future?

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Gregory Lynne | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Dec 20 2017 1:34 PM

Logos seems blind to the fact that the Novus Ordo Sect has usurped the identity of the Catholic Church. The Simulacrum has no interest in correcting Logos. Verbum seems populated 100% by members of the Simulacrum without a clue as to their identity. If you want to "learn" about Catholicism, I'd suggest using pre-1958 resources often-available via Archive.org for free.

Of course, in offering this suggestion I've chosen to presume you really are a Catholic seeking your roots. 

"Merry Christmas!"

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Tim Barton | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 21 2017 7:21 AM

I never looked over at the Logos courses before.  That's quite a collection.  I would absolutely LOVE having a set of courses like that.

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Deacon Steve | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 21 2017 3:23 PM

Gregory Lynne:

Logos seems blind to the fact that .... 

Dear Gregory,

Not trying to offend you or others, but this sort of discussion is not appropriate for the forums.  I would point you to the forum guidelines at the following link:

https://community.logos.com/forums/t/10072.aspx

The original post was in regard to Mobile Ed courses that potentially could be directed at audiences of the Catholic faith tradition.

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Gregory Lynne | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 25 2017 7:07 AM

"Yes, Steve:"

1. Please keep your discussions focused on Logos Bible Software: our software, products, websites, company, tools, etc.

Indeed: I was addressing the "whole ball of wax" which Logos/Verbum loosely-considers "Catholic".

2. Please do not discuss or debate biblical, theological, or other controversial topics. Use one of the many web forums intended for these kinds of discussions.

I was not opening a discussion nor a debate. I was simply stating facts as I see them. I have "proof-positive" if you wish to engage at a forum discussion. Such was not/is not my intent with this post.

3. Please treat each other with the love, courtesy, respect, and kindness that you would if you were sitting in your living room together.

I used as much kumbaya as I would use in any living room toward heretics and schismatics of the One, True Faith. Using any less I would become one myself.

4. Please do not use our forums to sell or give away anything or link to anything you're selling or giving away—including Logos products or promote or link to competitors
or point people to other places that sell Logos-compatible products...

Nothing at archive.org rivals any Logos materials in function or compatibility.

5. Please search before posting. It's likely that someone has already asked your question.

I've never seen anyone else bother to discern or to take-to-task Logos' indifferentism toward Catholicism. Have you, Steve?

6. Please help others follow these guidelines. If the problems continue after you've given a gentle reminder of these expectations, please dick "Report Abuse" under "More" or send an email to forums@logos.com.

I have addressed the "guidelines", Steve. If you feel the Truth is "abusive", feel free to report such to whomever. I would love for SOMEONE to display knowledge of the Truth at Logos regarding the Catholic Faith of the millennia.

[Again: "Merry Christmas" (in the true sense of Jesus Christ and of His Bride.) "Kumbaya!"]

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Denise | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 25 2017 8:23 AM

Well, I for one am always in favor of new resources on the Sybilline Oracles. Anything always connects to anything, as they say.


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David Ames | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 25 2017 8:59 AM

Gregory Lynne:

I was simply stating facts as I see them. I have

[Again: "Merry Christmas" (in the true sense of Jesus Christ and of His Bride.) "Kumbaya!"]

Thanks for bringing up these facts

And Merry Christmas. 

[[Saw on the net that 'happy holidays' is used to get non Christians into the stores at this time of the year - not meant as a discussion but as a statement]] 

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SineNomine | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 25 2017 6:13 PM

Richard Gratzinger:
Anyone have an idea if we will see something like this on Verbum for Catholics in the future?

We might. At some point there was some kind of a plan for this. As you know, nothing has been released yet.

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