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  • Re: Logos Back to School 2013!

    Hermeneia is, in my opinion, the best technical/scholarly/critical commentary series available today. The sale price is worth it for Hermeneia alone! The fact that you get Westermann's 3-volume commentary on Genesis along with all the rest of the Continental commentaries as well... That's a good deal! Highly recommended. (And, yes, I already own it
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Thu, Aug 1 2013
  • Re: The Gospel of John

    And, of course, all of the suggestions above (with the exception of Wright, perhaps) are written from a conservative, evangelical persuasion. If that's your thing, the recommendations you've received will be helpful.
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Thu, Aug 1 2013
  • Re: The Gospel of John

    I agree with Dan – Wright's two-volume For Everyone commentary is outstanding.
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Wed, Jul 31 2013
  • Re: Logos needs to get this first.

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] I have said it before and will not hesitate to say it now if I should have but one commentary, I would't think twice for it to be NIB. I value Interpretation series as well but for me NIB is the hands down winner between Interpretation/NIB, so it sort of baffles me how Interpretation got made and NIB is sitting out in the
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Wed, Jul 31 2013
  • Re: New English Bible pricing

    Well, to be fair to the original poster, it's not like the $35 pre-pub price was that much of a discount. Thus, the question seems to remain at least somewhat valid: Why is the NEB priced at this level compared to all of the other $10 translations that are available?
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Thu, Jul 25 2013
  • Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, 2nd Ed.

    I'm sure this has been requested elsewhere, but the Second Edition of the Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels is due out this October. The First Edition was already a fantastic resource and, from what I hear, this new edition is even better. Would love to see this in Logos near its book-form release date.
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Rao on Tue, Jul 23 2013
  • Re: Is there a place to get recommendations on Bible dictionaries?

    Favorite one-volume dictionary: Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible. Favorite multi-volume dictionary: New Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible. For what it's worth, I think BestCommentaries.com is pretty useless – the ratings/rankings are based almost exclusively on the reviews of conservative evangelicals. If that's your tradition, then perhaps it'll
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Mon, Jul 22 2013
  • Re: Reading Brueggemann

    Brueggemann is one of my favorite OT scholars. The Prophetic Imagination , as Ken mentioned, is a 'standard' of sorts. It'd be a great place to start, but Spirituality of the Psalms is an outstanding little book, too. Either would be a great place to start.
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Mon, Jul 22 2013
  • Re: Reading Brueggemann

    Michael, are you looking for technical advice (how to read a book in Logos) or recommendations about where to start with Brueggemann? If the latter, it would help to know what works you have.
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sun, Jul 21 2013
  • Re: AYB or ICC?

    Proverbs by Fox (the set only includes Vol. 1, but Vol. 2 is available separately), Lamentations by Hillers, Obadiah by Raabe, and Malachi by Hill are all worthwhile, too. The AYB is a great set.
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sat, Jul 20 2013
  • Re: AYB or ICC?

    Personally, I bought the AYB as a set. I plan on purchasing some ICC volumes separately. Both are solid commentary series, but the AYB had enough volumes in it that I needed/wanted that the set made sense for me. (I can't see myself using the vast majority of the ICC set , but there are definitely volumes that one needs to have if you want to do scholarly
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sat, Jul 20 2013
  • Re: Questions re: English Bible Versions in Logos

    Thanks for those links! Helpful!
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sat, Jul 20 2013
  • Re: Questions re: English Bible Versions in Logos

    [quote user="David Thomas"] [quote user="Adam Rao"] Even though the copyright date is 2001, when I clicked on "resource information" and work through the info, it says – "ESV Text Edition: 2011." I wonder why the copyright date hasn't been updated? [/quote] keep reading the next paragraph after "ESV Text Edition:2011" - it explains that the copyright
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Fri, Jul 19 2013
  • Re: Questions re: English Bible Versions in Logos

    [quote user="Denise"] On your Holman and ESV if you scan down to the larger copyright section (info), you'll see the edition info (eg ESV 2011). [/quote] Fascinating. Even though the copyright date is 2001, when I clicked on "resource information" and work through the info, it says – "ESV Text Edition: 2011." I wonder why the copyright date hasn't been
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Fri, Jul 19 2013
  • Questions re: English Bible Versions in Logos

    I've finally gotten around to 'cleaning up' my library a bit, hiding resources I never use or don't care for, and, in that process, have run into some questions regarding the English Bible versions I have. Authorized Version; The Cambridge Paragraph Bible of the Authorized English Version - I recognize that the difference between these is that the Authorized
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Fri, Jul 19 2013
  • Re: New Interpreter's Bible

    [quote user="Jason Clapper"] As a mainline Presbyterian pastor, I hope this goes through soon. Whenever there are new resources like the NIBC or sets like Interpretation or Westminster Bible Companion, I take great joy in seeing people "convert" to Logos. Unfortunately, I think much of the fault is with the publishers such as Abingdon and Westminster
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Fri, Jul 19 2013
  • Re: New Interpreters Bible FINALLY in "Almost there!" (orange status)

    Here's hoping progress is actually being made. It was my understanding that the problem wasn't 'not enough pre-orders' but Abingdon's unwillingness to work with Logos et al. Perhaps that's changed? It's a great set. Well worth investing in.
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Fri, Jul 19 2013
  • Re: Commentaries: individual volumes

    [quote user="elnwood"] [quote user="Thomas pujol"] Hello, I sent an email to Logos, and have not heard back. Basically, I was trying to get a good commentary on Deuteronomy, and didn't really find one. The one by Peter Craigie is available if you buy the whole NICOT/NICNT collection (over $1000) but I can't get the individual volume. Anyone know anything
    Posted to Logos 5 by Adam Rao on Wed, Jul 17 2013
  • Re: NIV version

    [quote user="Lee"] You need to get this straight: Logos' hands are tied. They can't do anything about the situation. If Logos were to follow your suggestion, they would expose themselves to massive legal liability, not to mention a lock-out from Zondervan and other publishing giants. [/quote] Lee – you may want to read what I wrote again. I said, quite
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Tue, Jul 16 2013
  • Re: NIV version

    [quote user="alabama24"] [quote user="John"]I do think it a crime against the end user to charge a person for what is essentially the same license multiple times[/quote] Really? Is it a crime to charge someone three different times to see a movie in the theatre three different times? [/quote] My own personal opinion – Since the NIV 1984 and TNIV are
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Mon, Jul 15 2013
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