Basic comparison between Catholic Library Builder and Catholic Scholars Edition

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  • An Introduction to Ecclesiastical Latin
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  • Catena Aurea: Commentary on the Four Gospels, Collected out of the Works of the Fathers, Volume 1: St. Matthew
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  • An Exposition of the Gospels of Matthew and Mark
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  • Stray Essays on Controversial Points, Variously Illustrated
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  • Catechism of the Catholic Church (USCCB)
  • Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church
  • Liturgies Eastern and Western Collection 
  • Many standard base resources: language, maps, dictionaries, interlinears

 

Logos' inconsistency in naming and sequencing made this a bear to produce ... and strikes me as "unprofessional" ... but then I do have a compulsive side.

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john joyce | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Oct 1 2011 11:28 PM

 

MJ. Smith:
Logos' inconsistency in naming and sequencing made this a bear to produce ... and strikes me as "unprofessional" ... but then I do have a compulsive side.

Thanks Martha - You are quite right, as always. ( although not necessarily agreeing with your final comment!)

So if you have the Catholic Builder (and existing base packages) the only item you need to add is the Catechism. At least financially it's good news!

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Oct 1 2011 11:30 PM

I thought I'd also look at prepubs and community pricing to see what else Logos is doing to reach a new audience. * means a must have in my opinion; % means not Catholic but a critical acelo piece (anglican-catholic-eastern-lutheran-orthodox.

Prepublication:

- Modern Catholic Theology Collection
- Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture
- Paideia: Commentaries on the New Testament
- Hans Urs von Balthasar Collection
- Early Bible Translations
- Patrologia Cursus Completus, Series Graeca, Part 1
* PBI New Testament Studies Collection
- Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI Collection

Already coming:
- Works of St. Cyril of Alexandria
- The Desiderius Erasmus Collection
- Medieval Historical Theology Collection
- NABRE
- Nova Vulgata: Bibliorum Sacrorum Editio
- Liturgies Eastern and Western Collection
- The Future of Christian Learning: An Evangelical and Catholic Dialogue
- English-Greek Reverse Interlinear of the NRSV Apocryphal Texts
* The Didache (O'Loughlin)
* Flights of the Soul (Pilch)
- Thomas Merton and the Monastic Vision
- Augustine Theough the Ages: An Encyclopedia
- The Works of Dionysius the Areopagite

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Community Pricing

- The Medieval Preaching and Spirituality Collection
- The Great Commentary of Cornelius à Lapide
- The History of the Popes from the Close of the Middle Ages
- The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages
% Book of Common Prayer Collection
% Adolf von Harnack Collection
- The Catholic Encyclopedia

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 2 2011 11:24 AM

Thank you very much for doing this, MJ!  Star

However, the Story of a Soul is in Scholar as well. Look last under Devotionals.

I also think it's worth noting that there's an RI included that is not a "standard base resource": the NRSV Apocrypha reverse interlinear. And I'm wondering about what they call Lake's Apostolic Fathers English reverse interlinear. If they really mean exactly that, isn't that one already a part of the Apostolic Fathers bundle on the next line? Or did they instead mean to list the Greek-English interlinear that's about to ship in 1 1/2 week? That's what I first thought.

Can someone help me identify the 3 Greek-Hebrew LXX RI's that I'm supposed to already have? I'm having a problem finding them. The New Testament Apocrypha seems to have another name in my library as well. I do wish they would work on their lists so that the names in them correspond to the names in our libraries!

Plus this exercise has also made me realize I'm missing at least one more book I should have had for a year now. So much for being able to trust we always get what we pay for... I guess it's time for a visit to the ftp site.

john joyce:
So if you have the Catholic Builder (and existing base packages) the only item you need to add is the Catechism.

The Catechism, the Compendium, the Liturgies Eastern and Western Collection, the NRSV Apocrypha RI, and, quite possibly, some Apostolic Fathers resources (depending on what base package you have and when you bought it). I'm hoping my upgrade price will be lower than the cost of those prepubs I'm already signed up for. From experience I think it will be. 

(I do hope, btw, that no one here bought the Catholic Library Builder directly from the website. The sales reps give pretty heavy discounts for what we already own.)

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Matthew C Jones | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 2 2011 11:40 AM

MJ. Smith:
I thought I'd also look at prepubs and community pricing to see what else Logos is doing to reach a new audience.

I am happy for your audience finally getting the Library Builder & Scholar package as well as the individual titles. I took a look at the Community Pricing & Pre-Pub programs to discover what new audiences Logos is NOT reaching out to, yet.  There are too many to list just now so I will just mention the Restoration Movement (Stone/Campbell) and the Anabaptist (Mennonite in particular) that Fred Morgan keeps asking for.

Let us hope Logos keeps reaching out to new audiences and does not settle for "only" Evangelical/Protestant and Catholic/Eastern Orthodox.

btw: Thank you MJ. I was having great trouble creating my comparison lists due to the variance in titling. I was not sure if these resources were actually the same or different. Now I have to explore upgrade pricing.

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 2 2011 11:40 AM

fgh:
However, the Story of a Soul is in Scholar as well. Look last under Devotionals.

Not at all surprised that there are errors - despite have used search and move as my technique.

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 2 2011 12:03 PM

Super Tramp:
Let us hope Logos (...) does not settle for "only" Evangelical/Protestant and Catholic/Eastern Orthodox.

I think the Eastern Churches should rather count among the "NOT reaching out to, yet".

I also think the next step should be a Jewish base package. They already have the resources to do a decent one, so it's mainly administration. 

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 2 2011 12:11 PM

MJ. Smith:
I thought I'd also look at prepubs and community pricing to see what else Logos is doing to reach a new audience. * means a must have in my opinion; % means not Catholic but a critical acelo piece (anglican-catholic-eastern-lutheran-orthodox.

There's also Gorgias.

If you have the time, could you motivate your must have's?

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 2 2011 2:44 PM

* PBI New Testament Studies Collection

Most of the Catholic materials offered lean towards theological, devotional or historical. I have this odd desire for Catholic Bible study software to have some Bible focus. This package provides excellent Scripture study that will benefit most from Logos tagging. There are two other series of Scripture study that I also want in Logos - the Interface series (Barbara Green editor) and the Zaccheus New Testament series.

* The Didache (O'Loughlin)

This is a modern translation with commentary that would work well as a parish study group / book reading club. Other than the Popular Patristics series, it is hard to find volumes that do as good a job of making early Christian literature accessible. I would also include for similar reasons First Fruits of Prayer: A Forty-Day Journey Through the Canon of St. Andrew by Frederica Mathewes-Green and The Prayer of St. Ephrem: A Biblical Commentary by William C. Mills

* Flights of the Soul (Pilch)

Pilch is simply one of the best when it comes to putting Scripture into cultural perspective. I'd love to have his 10 book series that provides the background for the lectionary readings. He has a gift for stating things simply while conveying complex information. I consider everything Pilch to be required - if you doubt it, check my dead-tree collection.

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 2 2011 7:50 PM

fgh:
Plus this exercise has also made me realize I'm missing at least one more book I should have had for a year now. So much for being able to trust we always get what we pay for... I guess it's time for a visit to the ftp site.

Seems I was wrong. I did have the resource. It's just another one that has a different name in the Library than on the lists. (And in my defense I have had several instances earlier when I have been missing files I should have had, so if I judged to fast there's a reason for it.)

MJ

Thanks for the reviews. I have the first two on order, but not really knowing anything about them it wouldn't have occurred to me to rate them above e g Ratzinger, so I was curious why you did. And the third I haven't even looked at seriously. Didn't know it was Catholic either.

I also didn't know Paideia was worth looking at. But then I have so many NT commentaries. I need OT. I need Isaiah above all. Wish JPS had an Isaiah commentary. That would be worth having.

MJ. Smith:
I have this odd desire for Catholic Bible study software to have some Bible focus.

Odd indeed! Big Smile

MJ. Smith:
if you doubt it, check my dead-tree collection.

That would be hard, unless you attach a photo. Stick out tongue

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Matthew C Jones | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 2 2011 9:04 PM

fgh:

I think the Eastern Churches should rather count among the "NOT reaching out to, yet".

I also think the next step should be a Jewish base package. They already have the resources to do a decent one, so it's mainly administration. 

You are probably right on both counts. The Jewish resources have been slow but steady. But since I already have many of them my selfish desire is for totally new material not yet in the pipeline. (You gotta know, that Perseus stuff I have indexing is not going to keep me occupied for very long. Wink )

 

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 2 2011 9:36 PM

Super Tramp:
The Jewish resources have been slow but steady. But since I already have many of them my selfish desire is for totally new material not yet in the pipeline.

Yeah, but you have Portfolio, I believe. No Jew is likely to buy that, since there's practically nothing of interest to them between OLL and Portfolio, and yet all the Jewish stuff is up there. Which means they have to buy things expensively piece by piece. That doesn't strike me as particularly smart from a business perspective, and it doesn't strike me as particularly fair from a human perspective. A Jewish base package would give Jews a chance to acquire a good set of Jewish, Hebrew, Aramaic and LXX resources for a good price, just like Evangelicals have been able to do for a long time, and Catholics are now beginning to be able to do. Plus it would give Christians an opportunity to get a good price on those same resources, without having to go all the way up to Portfolio, which most never will. 

Plus it will create a bigger customer base for more Jewish resources, which I believe both you and I want, right?

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Jerry Fourroux | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 3 2011 7:37 AM

Thank you for this Comparison.  I am interested in the Catholic Library Builder because it is an amazing collection, but I would prefer to keep my prot version of the Fathers, is there a way to prevent downloading doubles?

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Jim L. West | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 3 2011 9:33 AM

I bought the CLB collection and had no trouble downloading. Then I had both versions of the Fathers in my library and went through and "hid" the one I didn't want.

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Andrew Jones | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 3 2011 9:55 AM

MJ,

Thanks for posting this. We've made some errors on our end, though. Nearly all the works that you list as in the Builder only are actually in the Catholic base packages as well. The lists are being updated right now. Also, I'm afraid that the CCC's and the Compendium's inclusion were a bit premature. We are hoping that they will end up being included, but at present nothing is finalized. As for the author's names being absent, we are fixing that problem. Before these packages ship we will have a full comparison chart that will make all this much easier.

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 3 2011 12:14 PM

Andrew Jones:
We've made some errors on our end, though. Nearly all the works that you list as in the Builder only are actually in the Catholic base packages as well.

I suspected as much. Wink

What about the Apostolic Fathers interlinear? Is it meant to be the one which I already have, and which I believe is part of the AF bundle on the line below, or is it meant to be Rick's new one?

Andrew Jones:
Also, I'm afraid that the CCC's and the Compendium's inclusion were a bit premature. We are hoping that they will end up being included, but at present nothing is finalized.

This is very disappointing. When the Giveaway was first announced, the CCC was mentioned. Then a day or two later it was gone. Then these prepubs turn up on the Prepub page -- but not in the Pre-Pubs RSS feed! -- and the Catechism is on again. And now you're telling us you still don't know? I am so tired of not being able to trust anything Logos tells me. Please, don't you start as well.

Andrew Jones:
Before these packages ship we will have a full comparison chart that will make all this much easier.

I'm glad you will, but it's when we're thinking of ordering that we need a comparison chart, not much later. These things should be in place before you put things up for sale, but somehow it always ends up being us on the forums that have to do the job Logos should already have done. 

 

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Andrew Jones | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 3 2011 1:22 PM

I'm sorry there has been some mistakes made. I can assure you that what is currently posted is accurate. We are trying to put together the very best libraries that we can. I will get more and better information up as fast as possible. Thanks for your patience.

The Apostolic Fathers interlinear is Rick's.

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 3 2011 1:29 PM

Andrew Jones:
We've made some errors on our end, though. Nearly all the works that you list as in the Builder only are actually in the Catholic base packages as well. The lists are being updated right now.

One thing I think Logos as a whole needs to work on is using consistent titles, author's names, set names and metadata. These items are always directly visible to the user and are the cause of much confusion. In my experience, this is the type of error that is seen by users as building or breaking down the trust between the user and the provider - visible sloppiness is a negative.

And no Andrew, this is not directed at you but at Logos as whole - see my suggestions re: links and re: collections.

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 3 2011 2:32 PM

Andrew Jones:
The Apostolic Fathers interlinear is Rick's.

I believe they're both Rick's, but since I used the phrase "Rick's new one" I take that to mean the Greek-English interlinear that's supposed to ship in 10 days or so? If so, what is currently posted is not accurate. It still says it's the old "English Reverse Interlinear". And, btw, you also have Strong's in two places.

And now I need a new print out to figure out what's changed, but I can't get that, because the popup still can't be printed. Sad

MJ. Smith:
One thing I think Logos as a whole needs to work on is using consistent titles, author's names, set names and metadata. These items are always directly visible to the user and are the cause of much confusion.

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(Add consistent publisher names and consistent abbreviated titles for Bible commentaries.)

(And expand to "much confusion and waste of time".)

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Louis St. Hilaire | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 3 2011 4:25 PM

fgh:
I believe they're both Rick's, but since I used the phrase "Rick's new one" I take that to mean the Greek-English interlinear that's supposed to ship in 10 days or so? If so, what is currently posted is not accurate. It still says it's the old "English Reverse Interlinear". And, btw, you also have Strong's in two places.

I think Andrew just misread your question. It's the reverse interlinear that's included as the product page says.

MJ. Smith:
One thing I think Logos as a whole needs to work on is using consistent titles, author's names, set names and metadata. These items are always directly visible to the user and are the cause of much confusion.

We're working daily on cleaning up problems and inconsistencies in the library metadata and are currently working on eliminating a major redundancy in our databases that's leading to some of the inconsistency between the library metadata and the information on the website.

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