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  • Re: Search Issue

    So I ran other searches from other phrases and sentences in the same resource, and right around the sentence in question, and all of these turned up correct search results. It seems I was unlucky enough this morning to need to find one of the few sentences that somehow wasn't indexed?
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Fri, Aug 30 2019
  • Re: Search Issue

    Robert, you say that the return you got was Origen. Do you have the Plato resource in question? Mike also got the Origen return, but doesn't have the Plato resource. I don't have the Origen resource, but it did show up as a return in the bookstore section of the search. Here is a picture of my results. I've highlighted where there should be library
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Fri, Aug 30 2019
  • Search Issue

    This morning I was wanting to look up the context of a passage that I already knew the reference too, but I thought "I'll just run the search and bring it up quicker" since I didn't know what volume it was in. Oddly, the search turned up empty. I manually went and found what I was looking for and then copied and pasted the section I had attempted to
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Fri, Aug 30 2019
  • Re: Has Letter to Romans been studied at secular law schools?

    [quote user="GaoLu"] Dr. Jack L. Arnold in his Introduction To Romans mentions a similar un-credited statement: "Law schools have been known to require their students to memorize Romans because of its masterful logic. Never has there been a book like Romans — it is profound in doctrine but extremely practical." [/quote] I find this reasoning a
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sat, Aug 24 2019
  • Re: The Impact of Digital Bible Reading

    There are ways to take advantage of both worlds. Use digital (Logos, in this case) as your find and recall tool. Digital can't be beat in terms of quickly finding new or past information. This doesn't meant that, having found resources relevant to your topic, you need to do the rest of your work in that digital medium. The downside is that this might
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sat, Aug 24 2019
  • Re: Collection: New Interpreter's Bible

    Hmm. Not sure how I would have noticed that as the product page says it's 12 volumes and lists the individual volumes just like NICOT for example.
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sat, Aug 3 2019
  • Collection: New Interpreter's Bible

    Could you please break up the collection The New Interpreter's Bible ?
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Sat, Aug 3 2019
  • New Interpreters Bible Commentary

    Really I am just interested in the Wright volume on Romans. But I guess you'll probably have to get the whole thing.
    Posted to Suggestions by J. Remington Bowling on Mon, Jul 1 2019
  • Re: OT: Suggestions for from reading from Catholics?

    Thanks. I've already read Taylor (much of it twice) and Smith's companion (pretty sure I requested Taylor's work be brought to Logos just a few months ago). However that was prior to re-reading MacIntyre, when what he was saying it started to click for me. As I said, a lot of this has been in my peripheral for a while (read Dreher sometime last year
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Fri, Jun 14 2019
  • Re: OT: Suggestions for from reading from Catholics?

    P.S. Articles are welcome, but I would prefer books.
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Wed, Jun 12 2019
  • OT: Suggestions for reading?

    In light of the recent "post-liberal" (I prefer "classical tradition", from MacIntyre) v "classical liberal" debate among political conservatives I went back and re-read Alasdair MacIntyre's excellent book After Virtue . But my understanding is that other Catholics have been making similar arguments since MacIntyre (and I guess have always had a rocky
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Wed, Jun 12 2019
  • Custom Timelines

    One issue with the Timeline is that it is very cluttered. Maybe there is a way to filter out events, but I'm not aware of it. Ultimately though I would like to be able to create my own timeline. Say, for example, of the history of philosophy.
    Posted to Suggestions by J. Remington Bowling on Sun, May 26 2019
  • Re: Current books on north American culture

    Pagans and Christians in the City by Steven D. Smith A Secular Age by Charles Taylor For something approaching the angle Denis has in mind (though probably not agreeing with her take on it ): The Quest for Cosmic Justice by Thomas Sowell Discrimination and Disparities by Thomas Sowell The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion
    Posted to Logos 8 by J. Remington Bowling on Fri, May 17 2019
  • Re: Is it true?

    [quote user="DAL"]Is it true that you can read thousands of e-books for free everyday using amazon prime?[/quote] You can only add so many books to your library at a time. Not sure what the limit is, somewhere between 5 and 10. Of course 95% of the books that are free with Kindle Unlimited will probably not be of interest to you. . . unless you like
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Mon, May 13 2019
  • Re: When Social Justice overshadows the Gospel Message

    [quote user="J. Remington Bowling"] Here, I created a post about this thread in the Faithlife Christian Debate group: https://faithlife.com/posts/1790151 We can move along from this thread. [/quote] The conversation is now going at that location folks, grab your pitchforks and come on over.
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Thu, May 9 2019
  • Re: When Social Justice overshadows the Gospel Message

    Here, I created a post about this thread in the Faithlife Christian Debate group: https://faithlife.com/posts/1790151 We can move along from this thread.
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Thu, May 9 2019
  • Re: When Social Justice overshadows the Gospel Message

    Since the mods don't want to lock the thread and since many people are itching to align themselves... Maybe the discussion can be moved elsewhere and we can let it fade from memory here.
    Posted to General by J. Remington Bowling on Thu, May 9 2019
  • Re: What is the future of the Canvas tool?

    [quote user="Tanner Thetford"] I find the tool to be perfect for mind-mapping and that is my primary application. How do you find it lacking in this regard? Here is my map for Mark 2:1-12 : [/quote] I guess what I mean is that I do a very particular kind or sub-set of mind-mapping called argument mapping where it helps to have a more organized structure
    Posted to Logos 8 by J. Remington Bowling on Tue, May 7 2019
  • Re: What is the future of the Canvas tool?

    [quote user="Fred Chapman"]There has not been much attention paid to this tool since released.[/quote] The tool isn't great at what I usually do (mind-mapping) and so I haven't really used it. However as I was following a discussion last week where there was a lot of confusion a visual representation popped into my mind that clarified things (for me
    Posted to Logos 8 by J. Remington Bowling on Tue, May 7 2019
  • Re: Logos Screensaver

    This needs to be tweeked slightly: The book would fly forward off the shelf [into the hands of Harry Potter who then audibly reads you a few pages from the book (voiced by real Daniel Radcliffe) but before he can read you more Thanos appears, snaps, and the book turns to dust. One of the Avengers appears, hands Daniel Radcliffe another book, he reads
    Posted to Suggestions by J. Remington Bowling on Sun, Apr 28 2019
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