How to ask for help

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Michael Anda | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 8 2011 4:23 AM

Thanks, Rosie. Geeked

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Brother Mark | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 8 2012 5:38 PM

Rosie Perera:
'm a bit of a search guru. Searching the forums using the forum search box is usually not very fruitful. Google search gives you more power. Just add site:community.logos.com to your Google search criteria and it will search these forums for what you're looking for. You can use Boolean logic, such as AND and OR (and is presumed when combining search terms, OR is abbreviated with the vertical bar | ) and parentheses to group terms. You can use the intitle: tag (which ensures that what follows it -- no space after the colon and you can use quotation marks around a phrase -- is found in the subject line of the thread). You can limit the search to a particular forum such as this one by including text from the "breadcrumb" line (e.g., "Home > Logos 4 Windows") as one of the search terms.

Rosie, how about a wiki article for "How to search Logos sites via Google"!

"I read dead people..."

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steve clark | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 8 2012 6:01 PM

Brother Mark:
Rosie, how about a wiki article for "How to search Logos sites via Google"!

she already has: Searching the forum using Google was added by her.

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steve clark | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 8 2012 6:06 PM

the following will search for your word in all L4's forums

yourWord  site:community.logos.com/forums

the following will search for your word in the Logos 4 Windows forum

yourWord  AND "Home > Logos 4 Windows" site:community.logos.com/forums

the following will search Only in the title in all L4's forums

allintitle: yourWord  site:community.logos.com/forums

 

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Reginald Alderman | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 15 2012 6:37 PM

how can I add the International Standard Bible encyclopedia to my unlocked resources?

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Reginald Alderman | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 15 2012 6:41 PM

how do i add the International standard bible encylopedia to my list of unlocked resources?

regalderman@gmail.com

 

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Reginald Alderman | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 15 2012 6:41 PM

how do i add the International standard bible encylopedia to my list of unlocked resources?

regalderman@gmail.com

 

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Mike S. | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 15 2012 6:58 PM

Go here: http://www.logos.com/product/3875/international-standard-bible-encyclopedia

Purchase the item and wait about 5-10 minutes, then shutdown and restart Logos 4. This should initialize downloading, then it will need to index after the download, then it will be a complete part of your library. You may also want to check out the area on the Wiki on installation and indexing:

http://wiki.logos.com/Getting_Started_with_Logos#Installation_.2b_Indexing

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 15 2012 7:24 PM

Reginald Alderman:

how can I add the International Standard Bible encyclopedia to my unlocked resources?

Welcome Big Smile

Logos offers => International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (ISBE) (1979–1995) (4 vols.) for purchase, which is included in => Logos Bible Software 4: Portfolio Edition and => Essential Reference Bundle

Logos also offers an older version => International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, 1915 Edition

By the way, if would like less spam email, may want to edit posts to remove email address.  Wiki has Using the Forums => Editing or deleting posts

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Kent McKinnon | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 16 2012 7:58 AM

Hi to any one who will help me.

Please send this to someone who can.

I am trying to learn how to run these Greek software programs but need further information and instruction to understand .

The bits and pieces that are shown are not sufficient for me.

Please help me get to the author or anybody who can help me.

1) The Lexham SGNT Sentence Analysis  By Lukaszewski

2) The Lexham Clausal Outline Greek NT/ NT Clausal Outlining

3)The Lexham High Definition NT: ESV Edition by Runge

4) OpenText.org Syntactically Greek NT: Clausal Analysis/Open Text.org Clauses  by Potter and Reed

I have tried hard to understand and use these Greek software but the helps are inadequate.

Please Please Please send me to somebody who can help me.

Please also point me in the right direction to maximize the use of the Forum.

This is my first try at using it.

Kent McKinnon - I live in Poland and I am trying to teach English speaking students how to study and teach the Bible.

 

 

 

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Philana Crouch | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 16 2012 8:49 AM

Hi Kent,

Welcome to the forums, and to Logos Bible Software! I can understand your frustration. The tools you have listed are some of the more advanced tools, so there are not any free video tutorials that I know of, but John Fallahee has some videos that really helped me understand how to use them. They cost $4.99 each, but each provide over an hour of training. There should be a demo portion of each video so you can get an idea. I normally try to suggest free videos, but these are pretty specific. They would also be somewhat difficult to explain on the forums.

  • The Lexham SGNT Sentence Analysis
  • The Lexham Clausal Outline Greek NT/ NT Clausal Outlining
  • OpenText.org Syntactically Greek NT: Clausal Analysis/Open Text.org Clauses

These are all very similar in what they do. The following videos cover them, and John gives practical examples. In fact you might find one of the complete series helpful. But of the three videos that have #04 in the title you only need one. Watch the demo on the site to assist.

Webinar #04 Studying the Bible

Webinar #04 Preparing Sermons

Webinar #04 Inductive Bible Study

  • The Lexham High Definition NT: ESV Edition

This is a great resource in studying the Bible, and I found it very confusing until I attended John’s Webinar.

Out of the Discourse Maze (HDNT, LDGNT)

If you are interested in learning syntax searching you might find this helpful.

Unlocking the Syntax Search Engine(OT/NT)

I don’t know what type of Internet connection you have, but John provides a free Webinar on Mondays. The videos are recordings of them, that can be purchased and watched at your own pace. If you are able in addition to considering these videos, I would recommend attending his webinars.

For the videos that cover what you are asking about they should total $10 if you get one of the #04’s and the High Definition NT, and $15 if you add the syntax video. These should give you 2-3 hours of training and examples of how to use these resources and how they apply to Bible study. I hope this helps.

Blessings In Christ,

Philana

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 16 2012 2:58 PM

Kent McKinnon:

Please also point me in the right direction to maximize the use of the Forum.

This is my first try at using it.

Welcome Big Smile

Wiki has => Using the Forums

Also the first post in this thread => How to ask for help refers to several other forums for various discussions.

One option is starting a new thread in the General forum: "How to use these Greek resources ?"

In the thread, could share what you know or see in various resources plus ask how to use more effectively.

Kent McKinnon:
1) The Lexham SGNT Sentence Analysis  By Lukaszewski

Kent McKinnon:
4) OpenText.org Syntactically Greek NT: Clausal Analysis/Open Text.org Clauses  by Potter and Reed

Wiki Getting Started with Logos has => Search that includes Tips and links.  These two resources can be used in Syntax Searches.

Another syntax search resource is Cascadia, suggest reading thread => Can someone help me with this Cascadia syntax search?

Kent McKinnon:
2) The Lexham Clausal Outline Greek NT/ NT Clausal Outlining

Wonder if have read How to Use Clausal Outlines ?

Kent McKinnon:
3)The Lexham High Definition NT: ESV Edition by Runge

Wiki Logos Resource Reviews has => Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament that includes many links to threads and blog articles.

Thread => Suggestion: Discourse Greek NT more customizable may be helpful.

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