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  • Re: ESV & Logos

    [quote user="Alex Scott"][quote user="R. Mansfield"]How would you translate ἄνθρωπος in these passages, Alex?[/quote] By its literal meaning, 'man'. To give it some other meaning is not translation but interpretation. Now you may give it some other interpretation such as "a being in conflict at a transcendent level" but as soon as you do that you have
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Tue, Dec 15 2009
  • Re: ESV & Logos

    [quote user="Damian McGrath"][quote user="Alex Scott"]By its literal meaning, 'man'. [/quote] But therein lies the rub, surely? What is the "literal meaning" of a word? Can the "literal meaning" of a Greek word be an english word?[/quote] Here we go. I do not even think it is so much the word that should be questioned. Unless of course we are talking
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Tue, Dec 15 2009
  • Re: ESV & Logos

    Hey mark. That helps,, Alot of "oops" there. Then again.. even the NRSV has "oops" NKJV : 1 John 3:6 Whoever abides in Him does not sin. Whoever sins has neither seen Him nor known Him. NRSV 1 john 3: 6 No one who abides in him sins; no one who sins has either seen him or known him. Since we all continue to sin, even after we are saved, I guess none
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Tue, Dec 15 2009
  • Re: 12 Days of Logos Christmas Special

    lol.. see Logos is a good thing!!!
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Tue, Dec 15 2009
  • Re: Newbies!!

    Hi Michael, Sounds like what I am doing. Although I wonder why the origional languages is not offered the "upgrade" option like the other are. If I can upgrade to leaders for 51 dollars. But must pay the whole price - 25% for the languages version.. Would love to upgrade to the languages..
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Tue, Dec 15 2009
  • Re: Roman Catholic Resources

    [quote user="Alex Scott"] [quote user="Bryan Brodess"]Repent is 2nd person, Baptise is 3rd.[/quote] My own personal opinion is that he was being very emphatic, "Repent and EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU, let him be baptized" so that no one might think that the command was being fulfilled because they were having a massive baptismal service where a lot were
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bryan Brodess on Thu, Dec 31 2009
  • Re: Roman Catholic Resources

    [quote user="Sharon Jensen"] [quote user="Bryan Brodess"] Yes sharon.. But how are we going to know what church to go to? If a person comes and trys to teach us how are we supposed to know they are teaching truth.. if a friend tells us they want to go to a "insert denominartion" church, and we know they teach something that is wrong, how are we going
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bryan Brodess on Sun, Dec 27 2009
  • Re: Roman Catholic Resources

    [quote user="Kenneth McGuire"] [quote user="Bryan Brodess"] If you believe your eternal life is based on what you do on earth, and anything other than faith in the work of Christ ( this can not be constituted as a work for two reasons.. Your depending on Christ to do all the work. and Jesus himself in john 6 said it was the work of God we believe (
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bryan Brodess on Sun, Dec 27 2009
  • Re: Abstaining from Zondervan Resources

    [quote user="Paul Golder"] [quote user="JackCaviness"]My point was that these kinds of extreme separation from worldly things becomes silly and renders it impossible to maintain a consistent position. Perhaps we all need to conduct a Logos Bible Study of Romans 14:14 , 23 . Indeed, the whole chapter deals with this very issue.[/quote] I know what you
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Sun, Dec 27 2009
  • Re: Relationships of various Christian groups

    I think the chart is still missing.. First off your missing the saved gentiles of the OT. second. The church did not start split. It started in jerusalem and spread throughout the world as one church. It did not split until later. Then we have the hundreds of years where the only belief we could see is roman or eastern christianity as any other belief
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Sun, Dec 27 2009
  • Re: Roman Catholic Resources

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Bryan Brodess"]my brother in law is a lutheran, he does not practice eucharist. and does not believe water baptism is essential to be saved, but is an answer of a good conscious to Christ.. after he was saved.. [/quote] What branch of Lutheranism is this? It doesn't jibe with the few Lutheran branches I know much
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bryan Brodess on Sun, Dec 27 2009
  • Re: Relationships of various Christian groups

    [quote user="JackCaviness"] [quote user="JimVanSchoonhoven"]Based on the teaching in Romans 4, I am not sure I would agree with the chart. It almost makes me think that Christianity has it's roots directly in Abraham like Judaism and Islam does.[/quote] I believe that Romans 11:11-24 ties Christianity very solidly to a Jewish root. [/quote] I would
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Sun, Dec 27 2009
  • Re: Where is Libornix DLS in Windows 7?

    [quote user="Kevin Nicholas"] I believe the default is C:\programdata\libronix DLS. The programdata folder is a hidden folder so go to control panel> appearance and personalization> folder options> select the "view" tab > enable "show hidden files, folders and drives". [/quote] Good I am glad someone showed this. I think this is correct for 32 bit version
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Bryan Brodess on Wed, Dec 30 2009
  • Re: OT: The Reformed View of the Ordo Salutis

    [quote user="John Bowling"] [quote user="Blair Laird"]Today modern Calvinist dont really focus on faith as a gift. (not much scriptural proof) They place the regeneration before faith to make the doctrines of grace work.[/quote] Could you please quote all these modern Calvinists who "don't really focus on faith as a gift"?? How would you even go about
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Wed, Dec 30 2009
  • Re: Where is Libornix DLS in Windows 7?

    [quote user="Dr. Charles A. Wootten"] [quote user="BillFiess"] I just installed Windows 7 on my comjputer and had to re-install Logos 3 (and also Logos 4). However, I could not find the Linbronix DLS folder that before was in My Documents. Where would this folder be located in Windows 7 [so that I could replace it with my previous notes and workspaces
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Bryan Brodess on Wed, Dec 30 2009
  • Re: OT: The Reformed View of the Ordo Salutis

    [quote user="John Bowling"] [quote user="Bryan Brodess"]I too am confused here, What do you mean they place regeneration in front to make doctrines of grace work..?[/quote] He means that unless regeneration precedes faith then none of the other doctrines of grace (unconditional election etc.) "work" or will make sense. Like I said, I didn't start this
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Wed, Dec 30 2009
  • Re: Roman Catholic Resources

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] [quote user="Bryan Brodess"]As for 1 cor and rom 6, I take baptize as the verb, and the "body" , Death and Burial" as the nouns. in other words, Someone is baptising us, this would be God ( holy spirit to be precise) and what we are being placed into is the Body in 1 cor, and the death and burial of Christ in rom 6..
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bryan Brodess on Wed, Dec 30 2009
  • Re: OT: The Reformed View of the Ordo Salutis

    [quote user="John Bowling"] Bryan, give me your email and I'll try to clarify in private. (It would be nice if Logos had a private message/mail system eventually). Richard, There are several threads like this, why do you have to spoil mine? Maybe it is helping people understand the historical position better. [/quote] grr.. Thats why I asked about Erickson
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Wed, Dec 30 2009
  • Re: OT: The Reformed View of the Ordo Salutis

    [quote user="Ted Hans"] [quote user="Bryan Brodess"] Not sure exactly what you mean. What is righteousness. Does a person who is not "born of god do a righteous deed?? I am looking at God's perspective and not mans..hint rom 3.. is this what your getting at.? if not explain and I will try to respond.. [/quote] Sorry Bryan for not making myself clear
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Wed, Dec 30 2009
  • Re: OT: The Reformed View of the Ordo Salutis

    [quote user="Ted Hans"] [quote user="Bryan Brodess"] seems to me it is saying whoever believes ( although I think the word faith, not just mere belief should be insinuated here) is born again, which would mean faith must come first.. do we agree?? [/quote] Thanks Bryan for your response. I posted how John uses the term "born" above in a previous post
    Posted to General by Bryan Brodess on Wed, Dec 30 2009
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