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  • Am I missing something? Moo, Romans

    I think this is a typo in Moo's Romans commentary (2nd ed.), but I wanted to check with the sharp Logos forum people first to make sure I wasn't missing something before reporting it as a typo. Commenting on 1:23, Moo states: "Paul also alludes to OT texts that condemn Israel for idolatry: Ps. 106:20, “and they exchanged their glory for the likeness
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Tue, Dec 3 2019
  • Re: Help - can a Faithlife Study Bible Video be exported?

    From what I can see, Camtasia is g eared towards producing content, which is probably why it's so expensive. Seems like it grabs video in a proprietary format and then you have to export it through their proprietary video-editing (Adobe-like) software. It's like using a wrench when a screwdriver is what's needed. There are lots of free screengrab utilities
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sat, Nov 30 2019
  • Re: Loving WIsdom, 2nd ed - Paul Copan

    Thanks!
    Posted to Suggestions by J. Remington Bowling on Sat, Nov 30 2019
  • Re: Can I import a digital book that I own into Logos?

    But sometimes these forums could use a little intrigue and spice, ya know?
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Tue, Nov 26 2019
  • Re: Map?

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] Try the Atlas Tool or the Factbook Tool and look at entries in the media section [/quote] Thanks! The Atlas looks great... Sometimes I get so focused on finding exactly what's in my mind ("map"), I miss the obvious. P.S. I just now found what I was originally remembering: Biblical Places Maps - for some reason it's a resource
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Tue, Nov 26 2019
  • Re: Can I import a digital book that I own into Logos?

    The book is only $13 on Logos. Calculate your average per hour wage and then figure out if that is worth your time to go through the trouble of getting a book from Kindle and into Logos with bad formatting and no footnote hyperlinks and no mobile access. Personally, it's not worth my time to waste an hour or possibly two hours getting a book from Kindle
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Tue, Nov 26 2019
  • Map?

    Is there a map in Logos? I'm looking for a map of the Israel/Greece/Rome region, one that I can zoom in and out of. Maybe I'm misremembering, but it seems like Logos used to have a map tool and yet I can't find it in the Tools or Guides menu.
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Tue, Nov 26 2019
  • Improve Highlights to Appease Pen Advocates

    There have been a number of requests for pen support / markup support in Logos that would allow the user to mark up a text in a more natural manner. Adding pen support would require a lot of planning and programming, I assume. However, there may be a simple(er) solution that would appease some of the pen-advocates. Add the ability to visually connect
    Posted to Suggestions by J. Remington Bowling on Sun, Nov 24 2019
  • Loving WIsdom, 2nd ed - Paul Copan

    Loving Wisdom: A Guide to Philosophy and Christian Faith Forthcoming, 2020 Published by Eerdmans
    Posted to Suggestions by J. Remington Bowling on Mon, Nov 18 2019
  • Re: A Review as promised in "Vulgar title on prepub"

    [quote user="GaoLu"] In my view, a much better, more comprehensive, less pejorative way to address this matter than the aforementioned book can be found by thinking for oneself in the excellent Logos ME course: https://www.logos.com/product/129501/mobile-ed-ch241-the-history-of-christianity-in-the-united-states . [/quote] As MJ suggests, these may not
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Mon, Nov 18 2019
  • Re: A Review as promised in "Vulgar title on prepub"

    Thanks, MJ. This gives me a better idea of the angle of approach of the author. It had occurred to me after submitting my last post that maybe the emphasis was on Christian rather than nationalist--and thus maybe things like Catholic Integralism might be the more relevant target. But it sounds like the author is concerned with the popular expressions
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Mon, Nov 18 2019
  • Re: A Review as promised in "Vulgar title on prepub"

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I'm not going to respond to your critique beyond two examples:[/quote] Sorry for any misunderstanding. I wasn’t critiquing your review, my first paragraph was critiquing responses to your review, that seemed to think it was doing something or answering questions it wasn’t. I didn’t see that as a point of criticism
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sun, Nov 17 2019
  • Re: A Review as promised in "Vulgar title on prepub"

    I appreciate your effort to review the book. But I find it a bit odd that people in the responses are taking some assertions ("common sense") and undefined terms ("Nationalist Christianity" or "liberals") for granted as an objective and sufficient explanation of where the book is coming from in an "Oh, guess that explains it" sort of way. Not that this
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sun, Nov 17 2019
  • Re: Jesus in every book...but not Satan.

    When will FL realize their market is pretentious academics keeping up with the most enlightened opinions of their colleagues and who don't say embarrassing stuff that sounds as though God might have had some coherent plan spanning the entirety of human history?
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Wed, Nov 6 2019
  • Dominion by Tom Holland

    Tom Holland is historian and an agnostic (as best I can tell). His new book, Dominion: How the Christian Revolution Remade the World , released just last week, is astonishingly good. While evangelicals (or Christians broadly) won't agree with everything he says (or assumes), his writing and scholarship are top notch. I can't remember the last time I
    Posted to Suggestions by J. Remington Bowling on Sun, Nov 3 2019
  • Re: Commentary for Teens?

    Thank you all for the suggestions. The Bible Guide land The Teacher's Commentary look like they might be a good fit -- I'm afraid The Bible Knowledge Commentary and Evangelical Commentary might be too in-depth for providing a model for summary. I may try study bibles if this doesn't provide what I need. However in my experience, outside of book introductions
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sun, Nov 3 2019
  • Commentary for Teens?

    Any recommendations on a Romans commentary for teens? Context: I'm going through pericope by pericope (while reading larger sections), having them give summary/meaning/application. It's been much more difficult than I thought and I end up doing most of it. My thought was to have them read a section and write out their thoughts as best they can, then
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sun, Nov 3 2019
  • Re: Annotations

    I wasn't thinking about either one when I took the screenshot, MJ. I suppose "by reference" is just what I had last selected in my personal use. In this case it shouldn't make a difference for the user, since he was wanting to make an annotation in a monograph. Note by selection will be his only option. But it's a good point to keep in mind the difference
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sun, Nov 3 2019
  • Re: Annotations

    Been a while since I used the Mac version, so it may be different than the PC version, but here are two different ways you can do it on PC (and this may be the same for Mac): 1. Drag you mouse across the section of text that you would like to the annotation to be pinned to. For instance, the chapter 11 title. Once you do this a context menu will appear
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sat, Nov 2 2019
  • Re: Best books on OEC/EC/TE?

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] [quote user="Liam Maguire"]Third, and finally, the section on the impact and reception of Origin and the Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection is contained exclusively to the US, with any theologian who accepted theory being conveniently written off as a liberal. That may be in the history of reception in the US (maybe
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sat, Nov 2 2019
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