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Cliff Stumpf | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Nov 15 2014 7:54 AM
I would love to see the Life Application Study Bible added to Logos. It's a great resource and ranks high as one of the most popular Study Bible.
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Erwin Stull, Sr. | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Nov 15 2014 8:05 AM

Cliff Stumpf:
I would love to see the Life Application Study Bible added to Logos. It's a great resource and ranks high as one of the most popular Study Bible.

Yes

This would be a very good to have in Logos. It would compliment the 2 already offered in Logos format (Life Application Bible Commentary and Life Application New Testament Commentary).

Also, if Logos acquires this resource, the notes should be offered in each of the translations published.

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Milkman | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Nov 15 2014 12:40 PM

Yes

mm.

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Edwin Bowden | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Nov 15 2014 1:01 PM

Cliff Stumpf:
I would love to see the Life Application Study Bible added to Logos. It's a great resource and ranks high as one of the most popular Study Bible.

Yes

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Joe T. Haney | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 4 2014 2:57 PM

I second that!!

His will be done!

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Joe T. Haney | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 4 2014 2:58 PM

I second that!!

Cliff Stumpf:
I would love to see the Life Application Study Bible added to Logos. It's a great resource and ranks high as one of the most popular Study Bible.

His will be done!

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Nathan Parker | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 8 2014 8:00 PM

I'd love to see it and Thompson Chain Reference. Both would be valuable to me.

Nathan Parker

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Gordon Jones | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 22 2015 4:51 AM

Yes please, Logos! And the NIV Study Bible would be awesome too.

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Dan Francis | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 22 2015 10:56 AM

Gordon Jones:

Yes please, Logos! And the NIV Study Bible would be awesome too.

Since the NIV Study Bible is being replaced this fall I would not expect to see it. However the replacement is likely going to make it to Logos. http://andynaselli.c...van-study-biblehttp://andynaselli.c...van-study-bible I understand Andy Naselli is a very big Logos fan.

-Dan

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Randall Cue | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 23 2015 5:55 AM

Nathan Parker:

I'd love to see it and Thompson Chain Reference. Both would be valuable to me.

+1 on the Thompson Chain.

Soli Deo Gloria

Randy

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Kevin Maples | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 23 2015 7:47 AM

Nathan Parker:
I'd love to see it and Thompson Chain Reference. Both would be valuable to me.
 YesYes

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Dan Francis | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 23 2015 10:19 AM

Dan Francis:
Since the NIV Study Bible is being replaced this fall

I realize now that it is not so much an update as a brand new study Bible, I compared samples of the current release of the NIV Study Bible with the Zondervan NIV Study Bible and believe both are likely going to continue after the release date (I had not realized 2011 version of the NIVSB had been augmented and colour photos added). That said the ZNIVSB looks to me to be a bit better to me, although Cross-referencing via the notes seem less. Anyway I just wanted to correct my mistake.

-Dan

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David Taylor Jr | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 23 2015 4:07 PM

Yes

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David Taylor Jr | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Mar 19 2015 6:32 AM

Dan Francis:

Dan Francis:
Since the NIV Study Bible is being replaced this fall

I realize now that it is not so much an update as a brand new study Bible, I compared samples of the current release of the NIV Study Bible with the Zondervan NIV Study Bible and believe both are likely going to continue after the release date (I had not realized 2011 version of the NIVSB had been augmented and colour photos added). That said the ZNIVSB looks to me to be a bit better to me, although Cross-referencing via the notes seem less. Anyway I just wanted to correct my mistake.

-Dan

Could they make this anymore confusing? 

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Dan Francis | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Mar 19 2015 12:12 PM

David Taylor Jr:
Could they make this anymore confusing? 

I am sure they could and may well do it... Hopefully they simply refer to the new one as the Zondervan Study Bible (ZSB) making it at least a bit less confusing... Just a reminder anyone wanting the original NIVSB can get the lutheran edition already in Logos Concordia Self-Study Bible (but you do not want to buy it from that link since if you buy it in the Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Collection 1 (2 vols.) you get it $14 cheaper and a receive a brief one volume commentary too, it's sample note of the same verse underneath the CSSB). All modified notes have an † at them meaning it differs from the 1985 NIVSB note usually replacing calvinist theology with lutheran, I have noticed it is often as little as one word changed but it can be a completely different note as the sample below shows.

Sample:

3:15 he will crush your head, and you will strike his heel. The antagonism between people and snakes is used to symbolize the outcome of the titanic struggle between God and the evil one, a struggle played out in the hearts and history of mankind. The offspring of the woman would eventually crush the serpent’s head, a promise fulfilled in Christ’s victory over Satan—a victory in which all believers will share (see Ro 16:20).

NIV Study Bible (1985) NIV Study Bible Notes (NIV Study Bible) Copyright © 1985 The Zondervan Corporation All rights reserved Electronic text formatted and hypertexted by OakTree Software, Inc. Artwork rendered by David Lang. Version 1.2

3:15 he will crush your head, and you will strike his heel. Although no other offspring of the woman was able to overcome the tempter, One, “born of woman” (Gal 4:4), would come “to destroy the devil’s work” (1 Jn 3:8). Mortally wounded in the conflict, he nevertheless inflicted the deathblow on demonic power. Jesus Christ, Executor of God’s curse on Satan and man’s Champion, enables man to look forward to a victorious end of his strife with his enemy because the “God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet” (Ro 16:20). The curse on the serpent constitutes the first gospel, the Protevangel (Jn 12:31; Ac 26:18; Ro 5:18–19; Heb 2:14; Rev 12:1–9).


Robert G. Hoeber, Concordia Self-Study Bible, electronic ed. (St. Louis: Concordia Pub. House, 1997), Ge 3:14–15. Please note the publishing date is 1986, I am guessing 1997 is the electronic text copyright.

3:15 Bruise your head. This verse explains how the defeat of the Tempter will ultimately be brought about. Having posed as promoting man’s advantage, he is first of all unmasked as the implacable enemy of the woman and her seed or offspring. In spite of his initial victory, his enmity and that of his seed (his legions) furthermore does not entitle him to lay an uncontested claim on his beguiled victims. Permitted, however, to exploit the evil that he has engendered in man, he will indeed be able to vent his hatred by bruising the heel of the woman and her seed with painful and deadly wounds. But his enmity will also prove to be his undoing. Although no offspring of the woman had been able to overcome him by crushing his head, One, “born of woman” (Gl 4:4) would come “to destroy the works of the devil” (1 Jn 3:8). Mortally wounded in the conflict, He nevertheless inflicted the deathblow on demonic power. Jesus Christ, Executor of God’s curse on Satan and man’s Champion, enables man to look forward to a victorious end of his strife with his enemy because the “God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet” (Ro 16:20). The curse on the serpent constitutes the first Gospel, the Protevangel. (Jn 12:31; Acts 26:18; Ro 5:18–19; Heb 2:14; Rv 12:1, 7)

Walter H. Roehrs and Martin H. Franzmann, Concordia Self-Study Comentary, electronic ed., vol. 1 (St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1998), 20. Please note the publishing date is 1979, I am guessing 1998 is the electronic text copyright.

-Dan

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David Taylor Jr | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Mar 19 2015 1:48 PM

Dan Francis:

David Taylor Jr:
Could they make this anymore confusing? 

I am sure they could and may well do it... Hopefully they simply refer to the new one as the Zondervan Study Bible (ZSB) making it at least a bit less confusing... Just a reminder anyone wanting the original NIVSB can get the lutheran edition already in Logos Concordia Self-Study Bible (but you do not want to buy it from that link since if you buy it in the Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Collection 1 (2 vols.) you get it $14 cheaper and a receive a brief one volume commentary too, it's sample note of the same verse underneath the CSSB). All modified notes have an † at them meaning it differs from the 1985 NIVSB note usually replacing calvinist theology with lutheran, I have noticed it is often as little as one word changed but it can be a completely different note as the sample below shows.

Sample:

3:15 he will crush your head, and you will strike his heel. The antagonism between people and snakes is used to symbolize the outcome of the titanic struggle between God and the evil one, a struggle played out in the hearts and history of mankind. The offspring of the woman would eventually crush the serpent’s head, a promise fulfilled in Christ’s victory over Satan—a victory in which all believers will share (see Ro 16:20).

NIV Study Bible (1985) NIV Study Bible Notes (NIV Study Bible) Copyright © 1985 The Zondervan Corporation All rights reserved Electronic text formatted and hypertexted by OakTree Software, Inc. Artwork rendered by David Lang. Version 1.2

3:15 he will crush your head, and you will strike his heel. Although no other offspring of the woman was able to overcome the tempter, One, “born of woman” (Gal 4:4), would come “to destroy the devil’s work” (1 Jn 3:8). Mortally wounded in the conflict, he nevertheless inflicted the deathblow on demonic power. Jesus Christ, Executor of God’s curse on Satan and man’s Champion, enables man to look forward to a victorious end of his strife with his enemy because the “God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet” (Ro 16:20). The curse on the serpent constitutes the first gospel, the Protevangel (Jn 12:31; Ac 26:18; Ro 5:18–19; Heb 2:14; Rev 12:1–9).


Robert G. Hoeber, Concordia Self-Study Bible, electronic ed. (St. Louis: Concordia Pub. House, 1997), Ge 3:14–15. Please note the publishing date is 1986, I am guessing 1997 is the electronic text copyright.

3:15 Bruise your head. This verse explains how the defeat of the Tempter will ultimately be brought about. Having posed as promoting man’s advantage, he is first of all unmasked as the implacable enemy of the woman and her seed or offspring. In spite of his initial victory, his enmity and that of his seed (his legions) furthermore does not entitle him to lay an uncontested claim on his beguiled victims. Permitted, however, to exploit the evil that he has engendered in man, he will indeed be able to vent his hatred by bruising the heel of the woman and her seed with painful and deadly wounds. But his enmity will also prove to be his undoing. Although no offspring of the woman had been able to overcome him by crushing his head, One, “born of woman” (Gl 4:4) would come “to destroy the works of the devil” (1 Jn 3:8). Mortally wounded in the conflict, He nevertheless inflicted the deathblow on demonic power. Jesus Christ, Executor of God’s curse on Satan and man’s Champion, enables man to look forward to a victorious end of his strife with his enemy because the “God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet” (Ro 16:20). The curse on the serpent constitutes the first Gospel, the Protevangel. (Jn 12:31; Acts 26:18; Ro 5:18–19; Heb 2:14; Rv 12:1, 7)

Walter H. Roehrs and Martin H. Franzmann, Concordia Self-Study Comentary, electronic ed., vol. 1 (St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1998), 20. Please note the publishing date is 1979, I am guessing 1998 is the electronic text copyright.

-Dan

There is also a Faithlife group https://faithlife.com/concordia-self-study-bible-users/notes that set out to document differences between the two versions. The group has been fairly inactive the last six months but there is still a lot of material on the group community notes.

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NB.Mick | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Mar 19 2015 2:13 PM

Dan Francis:
All modified notes have an † at them meaning it differs from the 1985 NIVSB note usually replacing calvinist theology with lutheran, I have noticed it is often as little as one word changed but it can be a completely different note as the sample below shows.

Actually, replacement of Calvinist theology is not the major point, though it occurs, more often is replacement of (what I find a great plus in NIV SB) the listing of various alternative viewpoints with one Lutheran party-line or replacement of non-Calvinist evangelical soteriology with Lutheran monergistic soteriology. Most often, it's emphasis and single words.

The Community Notes in the Faithlife group currently cover

  • all of the OT except Genesis, Psalms, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezechiel
  • from the NT: Matthew, John, Thessalonians through Jude (i.e missing Mark, Luke/Acts, the seven first Pauline Epistles & Rev)   

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Dan Francis | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Mar 19 2015 6:55 PM

I never meant that the CSSB was an improvement on the NIVSB just that it is a variant that is very similar in many respects. And while water may be preferred drink... Club soda is better than dying of thirst. 

-Dan

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Jay Davis | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 10 2016 4:26 AM

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Dave Thawley | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Feb 12 2016 4:27 AM

I agree with this the LASB would be a great resource to have. I have a couple of paper copies but it would be brilliant to integrate it with logos

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