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  • Re: C.S.Lewis

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] Can I hire you, David? [/quote] I will try to be useful - for example I will note for the original poster that: At the top of a forum is a box with the words ‘SEARCH THIS SITE’ Enter the subject you are interested in see if “”WE”” have said anything on it before. [Note that “”WE”” is a technical term meaning anyone that has
    Posted to General by David Ames on Tue, Nov 16 2010
  • Re: C.S.Lewis

    Rosie Perera Replied: Fri Jan 8, 2010 12:55 PM The entire works of CS Lewis have long been something Logos has been wanting to put in their format, but whoever owns the copyright (the estate of CS Lewis and/or Harper-Collins?) has not been releasing permission yet. Maybe once they see how much the Logos book format has taken over the world of Christian
    Posted to General by David Ames on Mon, Nov 15 2010
  • Re: For those who like to talk about textual stuff....here is something interesting.

    [quote user="Robert Pavich"] [quote user="Pat Flanakin"] I wonder when the Book of Mormon will show up frankly.[/quote] I also wish that the Doctrine and Covenants were available...and the Pearl of Great Price for that matter. [/quote] Has any one contacted the Mormon church? They had a CD of all of their works [ten years ago or so and real cheep].
    Posted to General by David Ames on Sat, Nov 13 2010
  • Re: Barns Notes in community pricing

    Graham Owen Replied : [in a thread on Barnes] […] as has been noted before if everyone with a bid below $30 raised their bid to $24 it would be [released] at a cost of $1.50 a volume! This implies that the data is available that could show what we need to bid to get IT released like NOW If we bid as asked [in this case if all bids less than 24 for Barnes
    Posted to General by David Ames on Fri, Nov 12 2010
  • Re: Too much stuff?

    [quote user="David Ames"] How much would it cost to have a Logos Library with everything in it? How much would it have cost to buy everything that was (will be) released in 2010? [/quote] No one knows so I called sales and asked - they do not have a number for total nor fir this year. [something was said that if you offered $50,000 they might give you
    Posted to General by David Ames on Wed, Nov 10 2010
  • Re: Classic Commentaries and Studies on Revelations

    [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"] Blair Since it has moved to Comm. Bids- it will take considerably longer to get into L4- many people will bid low, so it will take a long while to reach the publishing cost. Just keep the set alive in the general forum encourage everyone to bid. [/quote] Classic Commentaries and Studies on Revelation (27 vols.) It is
    Posted to General by David Ames on Wed, Nov 10 2010
  • Dave Hooton has passed the 6000 post mark

    Dave Hooton Replied : 6,210 I do not recall seeing a Dave Hooton has passed the 6000 post mark thread - Dave, Thanks [this thread is ON TOPIC - thanking our helpers gets more help - and getting more help is what the forums are about - QED this thread is on topic]
    Posted to General by David Ames on Tue, Nov 9 2010
  • Re: 12 Days of Logos - Christmas Special - Which resources would you like to see most

    [quote user="Daniel Bender"] that's funny. My wife keeps asking me why I bought a laptop. . .the only time I use it is when it's hooked up to my 24" monitor. [/quote] Use my laptop at Church weekly (I take notes on the sermon) - it is often wired into the church projector - the screen is 96 inches wide
    Posted to General by David Ames on Tue, Nov 9 2010
  • Re: Too much stuff?

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] I do not think everyone has to own every title in Logos. (But wouldn't that be cool?) [/quote] How much would it cost to have a Logos Library with everything in it? How much would it have cost to buy everything that was (will be) released in 2010?
    Posted to General by David Ames on Tue, Nov 9 2010
  • Re: NIV 2010

    [quote user="David Paul"] NIV 2011 -- Ezek. 33:12 (verse most changed from NIV 1984) has the following gaff: "The righteous person who sins will not be allowed to live even though they were formerly righteous." Classic grade school grammar mistake...tsk, tsk, tsk. (We teachers have to represent.) [/quote] Question to the 'teacher(s)'? if you want to
    Posted to General by David Ames on Mon, Nov 8 2010
  • Re: NIV 2010

    [quote user="Jerry M"] When I graduated from high school I got a KJV Thompson Chain Reference Bible for graduation. When I started college (1971) and began to study Greek, I began to mark up my KJV so that it would line up with the Greek text I was using. Then I discovered the NASB. I could study/read it without marking it all up, because in my opinion
    Posted to General by David Ames on Sun, Nov 7 2010
  • Re: Editing Scripture

    [quote user="Robert Pavich"] I'm not going to comment either way...it's not important what i think on who is correct in their analysis, but I would like to say that I love this stuff...this type of conversation is thrilling to me... [/quote] And when will the "OFF TOPIC" group show up? But while it is still here I would like to thank those that point
    Posted to General by David Ames on Fri, Nov 5 2010
  • Re: Editing Scripture

    That reading sure backs the Doctrine of Predestination! I find it interesting that the KLV, NIV, DRV and the RV have the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world. [For 12 versions that way] But the ASV [the American version of the RV], has it the other way [for 7 versions that way] Does it make any difference which version of the Bible that you study
    Posted to General by David Ames on Fri, Nov 5 2010
  • Re: Moving Pre-Pubs to Community Pricing

    Milford Charles Murray Replied : To a post by David Ames that recommended allowing low bidders a second chance Brother Milford said no way. To which Dave here by replies what if the second chance is only offered for those that miss by a box or two? That is if you bid $25 on something that goes for $100 – too bad. But what if your bid was for $90 or
    Posted to General by David Ames on Wed, Nov 3 2010
  • Re: Moving Pre-Pubs to Community Pricing

    [quote user="Kent Hendricks"] If you're new to Community Pricing, or you're unsure what to bid, [link removed] [/quote] From the BLOG on Community Price But not everyone gets in on deals like these. Almost as many people bid too low and miss out. The bad news comes in an email something like this: Your community pricing bid of $4.00 for Calvin and the
    Posted to General by David Ames on Wed, Nov 3 2010
  • Re: New Logos.Com ... What's New?

    [quote user="Jonathan Burke"] [quote user="David Ames"] >>>> Yes Sir, only three clicks away [too bad it used to be ZERO clicks away] [/quote] Can't agree with that, sorry David. Zero clicks would be everything on the front page [...] nothing I want is more than three clicks away, [/quote] You are correct in the way that YOU count clicks [it only takes
    Posted to Logos.com by David Ames on Wed, Nov 3 2010
  • Re: New Logos.Com ... What's New?

    Quotes from above: Phil Gons : There were numerous requests to indicate if you already own a product. Luther Locklin : Also, as I review the prepubs, I used to be able to see which ones I'd already ordered, at what price and when. Again I have to click through to a deeper level to see this information Thomas Black : WITHOUT ever telling me that grey
    Posted to Logos.com by David Ames on Tue, Nov 2 2010
  • Re: New NIV Text Available Online November 1st.

    R. Mansfield Replied : >>>>. If one translation would have sufficed, we would all be using the Septuagint today. Question: The 199 BC Version or the 425 AD one? [and those are as different as the KJV 1611 and the NIV 2010] Graham Owen Replied : >>>>we only need someone to find an older text that contains the 'extra' verses to trigger a major re-evaluation
    Posted to General by David Ames on Mon, Nov 1 2010
  • Re: CCleaner and Logos 4

    [quote user="Steve Clevenger"] Have you guys had any problems running CCleaner and Logos 4? [/quote] Documentation for CCleaner is at http://www.piriform.com/docs
    Posted to General by David Ames on Fri, Oct 29 2010
  • Re: Maybe Logos is Preparing Us For the Future

    Amen And a couple of other versions with interesting readings: (Complete Apostles' Bible) What is that which has been? The very thing which shall be. And what is that which has been done? The very thing which shall be done; and there is nothing new under the sun. (ESV) What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done, and there
    Posted to General by David Ames on Fri, Oct 29 2010
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