How About Adding These Books To Logos From Gordon Fee?

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Jesse Blevins | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Mar 5 2011 6:14 PM

God's Empowering Presence: The Holy Spirit In the Letters of Paul 

Pauline Christology: An Exegetical- Theological Study 

Galatians: A Pentecostal Commentary 

First and Second Timothy & Titus - NIB Commentary 

Paul, The Spirit, and the People of God 

Listening to the Spirit in the Text 

Gospel and Spirit, Issues in New Testament Hermeneutics 

Revelation - New Covenant Commentary Series 

Discovering Biblical Equality 

Would any others like to see these in Logos?  

 

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Matthew C Jones | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Mar 5 2011 6:26 PM

Yes I would.

Logos 7 Collectors Edition

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David Paul | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Mar 5 2011 7:25 PM

Pastor Jesse Blevins :

Galatians: A Pentecostal Commentary 

Is Gordon Fee a Pentecostal?? Tongue Tied

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Todd Phillips | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Mar 5 2011 7:38 PM

David Paul:

Pastor Jesse Blevins :

Galatians: A Pentecostal Commentary 

Is Gordon Fee a Pentecostal?? Tongue Tied

Yes.  See the second to last paragraph: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Fee

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Dan | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Mar 5 2011 7:41 PM

Yes and John Wimber, Jack Deere, Watchman Nee, stuff from Bridge-Logos, C. Peter Wagner, Stan Horton, and more!!!!

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Mar 5 2011 9:35 PM

Pastor Jesse Blevins :

God's Empowering Presence: The Holy Spirit In the Letters of Paul 

Pauline Christology: An Exegetical- Theological Study 

Galatians: A Pentecostal Commentary 

Paul, The Spirit, and the People of God 

Listening to the Spirit in the Text 

Gospel and Spirit, Issues in New Testament Hermeneutics 

Revelation - New Covenant Commentary Series 

Would any others like to see these in Logos?  

 

+1 Yes

These that you mentioned are already in Logos:

First and Second Timothy & Titus - NIB Commentary 

Discovering Biblical Equality 

David Paul:

Pastor Jesse Blevins :

Galatians: A Pentecostal Commentary 

Is Gordon Fee a Pentecostal?? Tongue Tied

 

Gordon Fee was brought up Pentecostal and still maintains that interest in pneumatology and that fire of the Spirit in him. But he has broken the Pentecostal mold. He was one of my professors at Regent College, and he told us the story of how as a young man he felt called to do advanced academic study, when that was something that Pentecostals did not do. He struggled with the call for some time, having no role models within his tradition. He read a letter to the editor in a Pentecostal magazine by an uneducated pastor who was blasting those who did what Gordon was contemplating doing. This letter was an impassioned claim that scholarship was the sure way to lose your faith. It pitted being on fire for God with having a keen mind, as if it were an either/or proposition. Gordon cried out to God at that time, asking him how he could be feeling this desire for advanced learning if it was so awful for his love of God? God assured him that he could do both, and he has gone on to do just that. He was the first Pentecostal ever to earn a PhD in the US, I believe. Or at least you could count them on the fingers of one hand when he got his. Anyway, he is a trailblazer, a passionate man of God, but also a brilliant scholar and very well respected by all his colleagues from other denominations at Regent. I think Pentecostals nowadays can be proud to claim him as one of their own, though there are still probably some who are skeptical of that level of academic achievement, and the whole endeavor of biblical criticism which is among Gordon Fee's fortes.

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David Paul | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Mar 5 2011 9:50 PM

Todd, thanks for opening that link in a separate window...wish everyone would do that with their links. Yes

Rosie Perera:

Gordon Fee was brought up Pentecostal and still maintains that interest in pneumatology and that fire of the Spirit in him. But he has broken the Pentecostal mold. He was one of my professors at Regent College, and he told us the story of how as a young man he felt called to do advanced academic study, when that was something that Pentecostals did not do. He struggled with the call for some time, having no role models within his tradition. He read a letter to the editor in a Pentecostal magazine by an uneducated pastor who was blasting those who did what Gordon was contemplating doing. This letter was an impassioned claim that scholarship was the sure way to lose your faith. It pitted being on fire for God with having a keen mind, as if it were an either/or proposition. Gordon cried out to God at that time, asking him how he could be feeling this desire for advanced learning if it was so awful for his love of God? God assured him that he could do both, and he has gone on to do just that. He was the first Pentecostal ever to earn a PhD in the US, I believe. Or at least you could count them on the fingers of one hand when he got his. Anyway, he is a trailblazer, a passionate man of God, but also a brilliant scholar and very well respected by all his colleagues from other denominations at Regent. I think Pentecostals nowadays can be proud to claim him as one of their own, though there are still probably some who are skeptical of that level of academic achievement, and the whole endeavor of biblical criticism which is among Gordon Fee's fortes.

Interesting.

Well, I've got some resources to hide now, I suppose.

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I have to admit, I'd like to take a look at Fee's Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study. I bet that's a real hoot!

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Mar 6 2011 5:59 AM

David Paul:

Todd, thanks for opening that link in a separate window...wish everyone would do that with their links. Yes

I don't know how to do it, and haven't been able to distinguish a difference between the links people paste that open a new window and ones that don't. I actually prefer not having a new window open, because they proliferate and then you need to close them all.

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Todd Phillips | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Mar 6 2011 6:51 AM

Rosie Perera:

David Paul:

Todd, thanks for opening that link in a separate window...wish everyone would do that with their links. Yes

I don't know how to do it, and haven't been able to distinguish a difference between the links people paste that open a new window and ones that don't. I actually prefer not having a new window open, because they proliferate and then you need to close them all.

If you just paste in a URL (which is what I did), the auto-generated link includes target="_blank", which forces it to a new window/tab. I really shouldn't be commended for it, because I didn't do it--the forum software did.

If you use the link button to create a link, the default setting does not include that setting.  That option is available in the link entry window, though, for those that want to use it. 

I don't normally bother setting the target, because I don't really care that much.  I usually expect links to open in the same window, and if I don't want that, I will drag the link to a new tab in Firefox as my method of opening it.

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Mar 6 2011 1:23 PM

David Paul:
Todd, thanks for opening that link in a separate window...wish everyone would do that with their links.

No thanks! I absolutely hate it when links open in new windows! If I want them to open in a new tab, I cmd-click. Otherwise, I expect and want them to open in the same tab, not where someone else has decided that I should have them. If you want them to open in a new window, I'm sure there's a key you can press while clicking, in order to get it that way. Or right-click should do the same thing.

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Todd Hudnall | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 16 2013 10:00 PM

I'd love to see these books in Logos. At the moment I'm particularly interested in Fee on Galatians. 

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 16 2013 10:18 PM

Now all of these are available in Logos:

Jesse Blevins:

Getting the rest is still a good goal:

Jesse Blevins:

Galatians: A Pentecostal Commentary 

Paul, The Spirit, and the People of God 

Listening to the Spirit in the Text 

Gospel and Spirit, Issues in New Testament Hermeneutics 

I would also like to see this available in Logos once again, as I never managed to acquire it when it was available in the past:

This small booklet (31 pp.) would also be useful:

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Earl Sheneman | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 16 2013 10:46 PM

Thanks for that background info on Dr. Fee Rosie, it was very interesting to me. More years ago than I care to admit Dr. Fee was one of my professors at Southern California College (now Vanguard University). I have just recently gotten back into reading some of his stuff whenever I get a chance.

I would like to see as many books as possible from Dr. Fee in my Logos library. I think he has a lot to offer whether a reader if Pentecostal or not.

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Earl Sheneman | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 16 2013 10:48 PM

Make that "whether a reader is Pentecostal or not."

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Ron Corbett | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 6 2014 8:29 AM

Gordon Fee is a solid, biblical scholar. His work speaks for itself.

A resounding "Yes" to more of his titles in Logos.

And thanks Rosie for your input on this; always a blessing.

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Bohuslav Wojnar | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 6 2014 11:51 AM

Rosie Perera:

Will they break this collection ever? Otherwise I have to forget about that books in Logos and get them from Amazon. Sad

Bohuslav

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 6 2014 2:15 PM

Bohuslav Wojnar:

Rosie Perera:

Will they break this collection ever? Otherwise I have to forget about that books in Logos and get them from Amazon. Sad

I have no crystal ball. You could put in a request on the "Hey! they just broke this collection up!" thread and see what happens.

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