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Ben Sanders (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 29 2020 11:22 AM

Both LA171 (Hebrew) and LA181 (Greek) should be available in the 2 courses for $99 program, but they are intentionally not eligible in the L9 included course program.

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PetahChristian | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 29 2020 11:43 AM

Aha, thanks, Ben!

Thanks to FL for including Carta and a Hebrew audio bible in Logos 9!

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PetahChristian | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 29 2020 11:50 AM

Hmm, bonus-courses and redeem-course both seem to use the same link, which explains why I couldn't find LA171 in the list:

https://www.logos.com/search?filters=producttype-logos9mobileedredeemablecourseoptions_Product%20Type 

https://www.logos.com/search?filters=producttype-logos9mobileedredeemablecourseoptions_Product%20Type 

Thanks to FL for including Carta and a Hebrew audio bible in Logos 9!

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Into Grace | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 29 2020 1:24 PM

Okay, Ben. Thanks for your response. 

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Christopher Bucklin | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 29 2020 1:46 PM

Ben Sanders (Faithlife):

Both LA171 (Hebrew) and LA181 (Greek) should be available in the 2 courses for $99 program, but they are intentionally not eligible in the L9 included course program.

I tried adding these to the cart for use with the bonus code, but it is not discounting them. Can you look into this Ben? Thanks! Also, do you know when these were recorded and what version of Logos is being used in them?

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PetahChristian | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 29 2020 2:31 PM

Christopher Bucklin:
I tried adding these to the cart for use with the bonus code, but it is not discounting them.

I called in and they were able to use the bonus code with LA171 (and an unrelated course).

Christopher Bucklin:
Also, do you know when these were recorded and what version of Logos is being used in them?

https://community.logos.com/forums/p/188527/1089155.aspx#1089155 

LA171 uses L8.7 or later (as its screencasts show the redesigned context menu). I'm not familiar with LA181.

Thanks to FL for including Carta and a Hebrew audio bible in Logos 9!

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Gerald | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Dec 12 2020 4:34 AM

Lynden Williams:

Thanks Petah. You are a gentleman and a scholar. Got the Course on Pastoral Counseling.

While reading through threads this morning, I came across Lynden's post. My Dad used to tell me I was a "gentleman and a scholar" when I was still a young lad at home. I just turned 59, and my Dad passed this life in 2012. I don't hear this much anymore in our daily speech, although I have used it with my two daughters from time to time, using the term "Lady" in place of "Gentleman"

I decided to Google it to see the origins of the term. Here is what Google brought up:

a gentleman and a scholar

complimentary term for a person, especially one who has done you a favor. Back in the era when courteous behavior and academic achievement were prized far more highly than they are today, acknowledging a kindness, such as holding the door or relinquishing a place on line so that someone else could get a taxi, would be met with a smile, a nod, and the phrase, “You are a scholar and a gentleman.” See also: andgentlemanscholar We could sure use more of this attitude in our culture today. Thanks for the reminder Lynden
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Angela Meister | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Dec 12 2020 5:53 AM

Gerald:

Lynden Williams:

Thanks Petah. You are a gentleman and a scholar. Got the Course on Pastoral Counseling.

While reading through threads this morning, I came across Lynden's post. My Dad used to tell me I was a "gentleman and a scholar" when I was still a young lad at home. I just turned 59, and my Dad passed this life in 2012. I don't hear this much anymore in our daily speech, although I have used it with my two daughters from time to time, using the term "Lady" in place of "Gentleman"

I decided to Google it to see the origins of the term. Here is what Google brought up:

a gentleman and a scholar

complimentary term for a person, especially one who has done you a favor. Back in the era when courteous behavior and academic achievement were prized far more highly than they are today, acknowledging a kindness, such as holding the door or relinquishing a place on line so that someone else could get a taxi, would be met with a smile, a nod, and the phrase, “You are a scholar and a gentleman.” See also: andgentlemanscholar We could sure use more of this attitude in our culture today. Thanks for the reminder Lynden



Love this. Thanks for making me smile this morning. Smile

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