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  • Reading Plan Bookmark Problems

    About a week and a half ago my NRSV reading plan stopped giving me book marks within the biblical text. I can click on the passage from the ribbon and it opens, or open them from the calender view of the bible reading plan (and mark it as read there). Is there any way to get the "Start Reading" "Stop Reading" bookmarks back? It makes the reading plan
    Posted to Logos 4 by James Matichuk on Sat, Jun 19 2010
  • Re: Catholic Users

    If not Ignatius press, Orbis press would be interesting. Granted a number of Logos users would be scandalized by the Liberation theology that Orbis publishes, but they also publish a number of the standard texts of Missiology (Bosch, Walls, etc.). There are a number of Catholic publishers which I think Logos should talk with, but perhaps if they just
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Sermon Prep Template

    I have a general short form exegesis template for Word which I use. I use it for everything up to the writing of the sermon. I have yet to make a Template in logos, though I use the program throughout my preparation.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    [quote user="Graham Owen"] One of the challenges we Pentecostals face is that, in my opinion, good scholarship is a recent phenomenon, Like many new movements in our early years we rejected the traditions and approach of the established Church and as a result many failed to understand the benefits of education. The great thing is that there are plenty
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Sat, Dec 18 2010
  • Re: Pillar New Testament Commentary question

    And Christmas prices are fantastic!
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: International Standard Version

    Agreed. I have enjoyed the ISV translation when I used it, but as my Hebrew is better than my Greek I have been frustrated that I haven't had an OT in logos to utilize. The Apocrypha will be great, of course the NRSV is a modern English translation which has it.
    Posted to Logos 4 by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Leslie Newbigin

    Sixth.
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: 12 Days of Christmas - 1 left - what would you like to see?

    [quote user="Michael Childs"] ICC on Matthew 3 volumes for $90 or less! or Luther's Works for $80 [/quote] Those would be incredible buys! Not likely, but we have four hours to dream
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    As long as this thread doesn't descend into Hawkeye mutual appreciation, I thoroughly approve
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Writing Reviews of books in Logos

    This is true but if you find a reviewer you trust, her opinion of a book may help guide you in your purchases. So I like reading reviews. Short of thumbing through a book in a bookstore, I find google books the most useful tool in seeing if a book is worth it.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: 12 days: best for last.

    [quote user="LaRosa Johnson"] I'd buy this, but I don't think my wife would like me afterwards [/quote] Marital bliss is more important than commentary sets. I have a wife whose value is above rubies ( Proverbs 31:10) who instructed me on Black Friday to invest in Hermeneia and the Word Biblical Commentary. In the end, having both of these other sets
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Stewardship & Sermon Prep

    Average depends. I would say there is a bunch of Background I would do at the beginning of a series on the theology of the overall book of the Bible we are looking at. So that would take a lot of extra time, but maybe the next time I preach from the book. I would say on a regular sermon, about 20-25 hours preparation.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    Thanks for this...I know a little bit about the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in the US from some family connections, but didn't know anything about Elena Guerra.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: 12 days: best for last.

    [quote user="Praiser"]Thirty of them appear within the top two ratings on http://bestcommentaries.com/best.aspx [/quote] I like most of the commentaries on this list, but it isn't a very useful comparison as it just rates top reviews and not the type of commentary in each category. For example, there are a number of Tyndale and BST volumes that are
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Sound Off: How Many Resources?

    I have 565 resources. This is dwarfed by most collections on this thread, but I did not purchase any of the scholar's libraries. I intentionally bought the Original Languages Library, because it was leaner and didn't have many of the resources I would never use (or use little) and some great resources I would have to otherwise purchase Scholar Gold
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: The Digital Pulpit

    I like to come up with an open Bible and keep it open. There is something about the symbol of a physical Bible in preaching that doesn't translate well to someone reading off their i-phone. I preach without notes or I leave them on the pulpit and don't look at it. I like them there if I need it, but I try to know my sermon and passage well enough that
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    I passed on this one because of the dearth of information I could find on Moller online (the only thing I could find was an article who described him as a leader of a South African Pentecostal denomination which supported Apartheid). I am not sorry I passed on it, but I bemoan the lack of decent Pentecostal/Charismatic resources in Logos. Sure there
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Genesis Commentary

    Can't go wrong with the holy trinity of Genesis Commentators: Waltke, Walton, Wenham. Sadly only Wenham is in logos currently (as Mark points out Waltke is on pre-pub). Westermann is dated and too enamored with source criticism, but some helpful stuff there. Brueggemann is always fun and challenging. I am curious about Goldingay's "Genesis for Everyone
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 13 2010
  • Re: Two books concerning the Apocalypse of John

    I've enjoyed Metzger's but what exactly is the relationship between Logos and Abingdon Press? They seem to be sorely represented in the library (though a quick search on logos.com revealed abingdon press books as part of pre-pub collections). Another, which I think would be a GREAT addition to logos is Richard Bauckman's Theology of the Book of Revelation
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 13 2010
  • Re: Christmas 2010 Collection

    I just put my 40% off order in on titles that I had sitting in my cart since yesterday night (waiting to see how this sorts out). Looks like in many cases, the price off is actually 50% off what it was yesterday. So I'm very happy about that.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 14 2010
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