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  • Re: Create Reading Plan with Piper's Look at the Book Labs

    Kevin, Check out reading plan on https://faithlife.com/logos-sample-documents/activity under documents for Look at the Books. Make a duplicate copy and you will be able to edit the day you want to start.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Lane McKay on Mon, Mar 21 2016
  • Re: The Unseen Realm

    Over 42 chapters and Epilogue, so 43 days total.
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Wed, Mar 2 2016
  • Look at the Books

    I have created a Reading Plan for Look at the Books by John Piper that I will be using for my daily readings starting March 13th. You can find it in Logos Sample Documents Enjoy Lane
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Wed, Mar 2 2016
  • The Unseen Realm

    I have created a Reading Plan for The Unseen Realm by Michael S Heiser that I am using for my daily readings. You can find this reading Plan in Logos Sample Documents. Enjoy Lane
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Wed, Mar 2 2016
  • Re: Periphrastic Construction

    Try an Everything search under Basic Search. Type in periphrastic construction. I received 1734 results under the Library Results section. See if that gives you what you are looking for. Lane
    Posted to Logos 6 by Lane McKay on Mon, Feb 22 2016
  • Re: Day 24 Advent No Companion Book $4.99 ?

    Thank you FaithLife, and, Merry Christmas to all.
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Fri, Dec 25 2015
  • Re: Logos Christmas Users Around the World

    Merry Christmas from North Richland Hills, TX
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Fri, Dec 25 2015
  • Re: New resources under the tree this morning

    I know that I don't have Logos NOW or Logos Cloud, but I would like to see the documentation on these additional features, like the Concordance, the Systematic Theologies, etc. At the moment, I am hard-pressed to sign up for these features without having a TRUE need for them. BTW, I am an Apple fan, iPhone 6+ and iPad, but can't justify at this time
    Posted to Logos 6 by Lane McKay on Sat, Jul 4 2015
  • Re: Saving Favorite posts

    Thank you, MJ. That really helps a lot.
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Fri, Jul 3 2015
  • Saving Favorite posts

    I would like to save a link to a post and see that on the upper right there is a dropdown box that looks like the attached picture. If I press it, where do I then find it? Thanks.
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Fri, Jul 3 2015
  • Re: Macro For Text Box

    Followed your steps and voila, it works. Didn't quite grasp the fact that I had to go through the whole procedure, including compiling the PB before I would see the results. Duh! It (PB) even saves the info I type into the text box when I close it and that when I reopen the PB, that info is still there. Nice function. Hope there are more like this.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Lane McKay on Fri, Jul 3 2015
  • Re: Macro For Text Box

    I just tried using this macro, as described, and when I Ctrl L, the only thing I see is the text string {{input id=QUESTION_2 | type=text | Lines=4 | prompt="Type"}} on the screen. Each time I invoke the macro, the QUESTION_X increases. My doc is saved as the Docm format. I even tried inserting a text box manually and invoking the macro. Interesting
    Posted to Logos 6 by Lane McKay on Fri, Jul 3 2015
  • Re: TIP of the day: Equivalent resources

    Gone through the list and have 14 out of Mark's list. Good exercise, helps me know what I have. Still not sure what to do with this, if anything. Thanks, MJ
    Posted to Logos 6 by Lane McKay on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: TIP of the day: Equivalent resources

    I've gone through the list of resources (Mark's List) that have the Equivalent resources and tried to match to my library. I only get a few, like the AV and KJV, the BHS/WIVU, etc. Is there a macro or other way to go through and make this same type of determination? Lane
    Posted to Logos 6 by Lane McKay on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: NIV Application Commentaries

    Ordered the complete set today. My local library had the whole set, but over the years individual book went missing. I am really glad for this opportunity. Thanks Logos.
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Tue, May 5 2015
  • Re: All Roads Lead to the Text: Eight Methods of Inquiry into the Bible

    Thanks David on the recommendation of the Lexham Method. I looked and I have it in my library, so have put on my reading list. A couple of weeks ago, I saw a message that the Lexham Methods 4 volume set is on CP, and did the $50 bid.
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Sun, Apr 19 2015
  • Re: All Roads Lead to the Text: Eight Methods of Inquiry into the Bible

    Thank you, MJ and Keith.
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Sat, Apr 18 2015
  • All Roads Lead to the Text: Eight Methods of Inquiry into the Bible

    Do any of you use this resource and what has been your experience with it? Also, are there other resources that explain how to use the tools of Logos as a way to drill down into the texts as this book shows? Between the Logos 6 training (Volume 1 & 2) that Morris Proctor published, the QuickStart videos and LearnLogos, I have had a deep immersion into
    Posted to General by Lane McKay on Sat, Apr 18 2015
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