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Tes | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Oct 5 2010 7:26 AM

What is your suggestion about the content of this book? http://www.logos.com/search?q=theological+journal+library+vol+13

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Friedrich | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 5 2010 8:19 AM

Tes:

What is your suggestion about the content of this book? http://www.logos.com/search?q=theological+journal+library+vol+13

Tes, this journal set is beloved by many, and as you know, is a continuation of other like volumes prior to vol. 13.  Do you have any of those.  I don't yet own them, but many of the journals I know from seminary days, and would find them useful.  They are generally seen as more conservative, and i also believe, Reformed, in their make-up.

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TCBlack | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 5 2010 8:27 AM

As Dan suggests, if they are within your capacity - they are often a good investment.  

I have often found that while even the technical commentaries many times ignore or gloss over very difficult questions the journals many times contain at least one or more highly focused article on a given issue/verse that I'm studying.  

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Friedrich | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 5 2010 8:33 AM

Thomas Black:
I have often found that while even the technical commentaries many times ignore or gloss over very difficult questions the journals many times contain at least one or more highly focused article on a given issue/verse that I'm studying.  

that is a great point, Thomas.  I remember my LCS (seminary days) unearthing fantastic articles in journals again and again, which gave greater depth and material for my papers.  I wish I owned many more than i currently do in Logos (only have Semeia, Evangelical Review of Theology, an apologetics one, and some magazines).  I look forward to Themelios, and many more, as I can acquire them.

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 5 2010 4:39 PM

Dan DeVilder:
Do you have any of those

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No.

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Jacob Hantla | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 5 2010 6:11 PM

In my opinion, the Theological Journal Library is the second best value and most important purchase after getting a quality base package (Scholars or higher).

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Greg B | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 5 2010 7:02 PM

Dan DeVilder:

They are generally seen as more conservative, and i also believe, Reformed, in their make-up.

Dan

I have vol. 1-12 and I love them especially, as mentioned, for the focused articles. While the journals are mostly conservative, I would disagree that there is any particular Reformed emphasis.  Bibliotheca Sacra, Central Baptist, Chafer, Conservative Theological Journal (Tyndale), Emmaus, Grace Journal, Journal of Dispensational Theology, Journal of Ministry and Theology are dispensational.  Ashland is Wesleyan. Westminster and Reformed Baptist are reformed.  JETS is a pretty diverse group of contributors. Trinity has contributors from both reformed and dispensational authors.  Journal of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood has a fairly narrow subject focus, but the principals behind it (Piper, Grudem) are solidly reformed.  Others I haven't really read enough of them to say for sure.  John Armstrong is behind Reformation and Revival and his concerns are more ecumenical than towing a particular doctrinal line. Others, like the Tyndale Bulletin are difficult to classify.

I think one of the benefits of the collection is its diversity.  You can find journals from those whose views line up with your own and also gain insight from other points of view.  And some are just relics of an age that has just about passed away; and even these I find interesting to read at times.

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James Thompson | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 5 2010 7:07 PM

Tes:

What is your suggestion about the content of this book? http://www.logos.com/search?q=theological+journal+library+vol+13

Looks likes a really good deal!!!  Big Smile

 

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Mark | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 5 2010 7:32 PM

If I could only have one thing in Logos 4, I would pick the theological journals vol 1-13

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Jacob Hantla | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 5 2010 8:08 PM

Mark Swaim:

If I could only have one thing in Logos 4, I would pick the theological journals vol 1-13

Well said

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 6 2010 2:48 AM

Gregory Bednarchik:
I have vol. 1-12 and I love them especially,

Hi Gregory, I want to buy this as well,I have tried to search by typing simply Theological journal library vol 1-12, but I am not able to find it, would you please help me? 

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Jonathan Burke | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 6 2010 3:01 AM

Previous discussion of and comment on the journal collection can be found here.

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 6 2010 3:11 AM

Jonathan Burke:

Previous discussion of and comment on the journal collection can be found here.

Hi Jonathan Greetings from Germany to Australia.Thank you I have seen it,

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Kevin Taylor | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 6 2010 4:54 AM

Tes,

 

Just wanted to put in my agreement that the Theological Journals are a most excellent resource. In my opinion they are my most valued Logos resource second on to the Bible itself.  I have volumes 1 to 12 as well as the Bib Sac 1 to 90 and there is no other single resource that can match what you can get from these.

To be able to get in depth articles from some of the brightest theological minds on topics that in some cases are not found any where else is worth the price of admission to me.

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TCBlack | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 6 2010 7:48 AM

 

Jacob Hantla:

In my opinion, the Theological Journal Library is the second best value and most important purchase after getting a quality base package (Scholars or higher).

Well said Jacob.  This should go on the http://www.logos.com/journals  page.

Kevin Taylor:
To be able to get in depth articles from some of the brightest theological minds on topics that in some cases are not found any where else is worth the price of admission to me.

It is precisely the high intensity focus on individual topics that makes the journals so valuable.  

I just picked up TLJ 11 and am hoping for 12 and 13 to follow in January.  (New book budget. Smile

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Friedrich | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 6 2010 8:35 AM

Gregory Bednarchik:
I think one of the benefits of the collection is its diversity. 

thanks for your expanding my understanding, and really, some of those are fairly obviously not Reformed . . . but it took you for me to see that obviousness.  Smile  However, I don't think Ashland is Wesleyan, that would be Asbury Theological.

Either way, I still like the set.

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 6 2010 12:56 PM

Kevin Taylor:

Tes,

 

Just wanted to put in my agreement that the Theological Journals are a most excellent resource. In my opinion they are my most valued Logos resource second on to the Bible itself.  I have volumes 1 to 12 as well as the Bib Sac 1 to 90 and there is no other single resource that can match what you can get from these.

To be able to get in depth articles from some of the brightest theological minds on topics that in some cases are not found any where else is worth the price of admission to me.

Grace and Peace

Thank you Kevin, 

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Greg B | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 6 2010 8:22 PM

Tes:

Gregory Bednarchik:
I have vol. 1-12 and I love them especially,

Hi Gregory, I want to buy this as well,I have tried to search by typing simply Theological journal library vol 1-12, but I am not able to find it, would you please help me? 

Hi Tes.

I got my volumes over a period of years.  My wife gave me Logos Scholars Edition about 10 years ago.  The Theological Journal was, the first add-on product I bought and I have acquired each new volume as it came out.  Right now you would have to buy the  bundle of the 1st 10 volumes and then volume 11 and volume 12 to get these.

 

Greg.

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Greg B | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 6 2010 8:33 PM

Dan DeVilder:

However, I don't think Ashland is Wesleyan, that would be Asbury Theological.

I wasn't very familiar with Ashland, so I looked them up on list of seminaries provided by World Lingo and they had them classified as Wesleyan Heritage.  But I went back and looked at the 1st issue of their journal and see they are associated with the Brethern church.  So I would image that they would be more properly classified as dispensational. 

Thanks for the info.

Greg

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Friedrich | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 7 2010 6:43 AM

Gregory Bednarchik:

Dan DeVilder:

However, I don't think Ashland is Wesleyan, that would be Asbury Theological.

I wasn't very familiar with Ashland, so I looked them up on list of seminaries provided by World Lingo and they had them classified as Wesleyan Heritage.  But I went back and looked at the 1st issue of their journal and see they are associated with the Brethern church.  So I would image that they would be more properly classified as dispensational. 

Thanks for the info.

Greg

thanks for throwin' me a bone, lol.  But I was more than helped by your original response.  What I am not telling you, however, is how often I confuse Ashland and Asbury.

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