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  • Re: niv2011 for purchase?

    Alan, As I understood Phil's post, this applies to the base packages that include the NIV, but it doesn't actually say you get a free upgrade to an NIV you have purchased seperately a la carte directly from Logos. Hence my dilemma James
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Wed, Jan 12 2011
  • Re: niv2011 for purchase?

    Certainly, but: 1. more than mere users check and respond to questions in the forum. 2. Answers to questions on the forum benefit more than the original poster. I ask it here because I am doubtful that I am the only one who has this question, and some of the users may have already asked it and have information to share.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Jan 11 2011
  • niv2011 for purchase?

    I have the Original Language package which has served me well, but no NIV or TNIV. When will the new NIV be available for purchase? If I add the old ones to my library would I also get the updated NIV? The only reason I haven't added either to my library is that it comes as an $80 bundle and I haven't been able to justify the expense. However I would
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Jan 11 2011
  • Re: Daily Office

    [quote user="Robert Campbell"] http://www.logos.com/product/8648/book-of-common-prayer-1979-daily-office-lectionary Is this what you are looking for? [/quote] Thanks for this! I have been using the reading plan, but am excited to use this in the coming year, particularly since the lectionary gives me more Psalms and I have been trying to focus there
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Jan 3 2011
  • Re: Books by David F. Wells

    This would be an outstanding collection.
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Thu, Dec 30 2010
  • Re: Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology

    Though I suppose I would like to see the Interpretation Commentary Series make it through pre-pub first.
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Thu, Dec 30 2010
  • Re: Black's Commentaries on Sale

    I added Mark and Philippians to my list this Christmas. I have used the Hooker's Mark commentary in the past and enjoyed it. I got Dunn's Galatians commentary during the March madness sale. I haven't had much chance to delve into it yet. I almost added the Corinthian commentaries which I hear are fabulous, but instead picked up a couple of Pillar volumes
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 28 2010
  • Re: Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary Contributors?

    @George, I was aware of this and have used it, but my problem was I wanted to see a list of the contributors at a glance, which there is no way in logos to do this, short of reading the end of every entry. It really is a broad spectrum of scholarship. Some people on the forums talk as though AYBD is very liberal, a read through the list, shows that
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 28 2010
  • Re: Brazos Publishing

    I suggested this a while back as well. I do hope to see that Brazos commentary in logos!!!
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 27 2010
  • Re: Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary Contributors?

    Thank You Ben! That is just what I was looking for!
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 27 2010
  • Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary Contributors?

    Is there anyway I can see a list of the contributors for the ABYD? The print edition has a list of contributors at the beginning of each volume, but there is no listing of contributors in table of contents in the Logos edition. I realize there are more than 1,000 contributors, so the list would be extensive, but it is kind of fun to see the variety
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 27 2010
  • Re: Two resources with double listings, two different prices in both cases

    Maybe it's just me, but I'd go for the cheaper ones.
    Posted to Logos.com by James Matichuk on Fri, Dec 24 2010
  • Re: To usese visual markups in reading view.

    [quote user="Mark A. Smith"]Be sure to make the reading resource your selected pane then hit CTRL-SHIFT-P to go into paged view creating columns in the resource.[/quote] Interestingly enough, paged view is inaccessible with the keyboard commands on my laptop because that shortcut is already assigned by my computer manufacturer to check the health of
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Thu, Dec 23 2010
  • Re: To usese visual markups in reading view.

    Thanks guys, both good replies. A shortcut should do the trick and I will use it, but putting things into floating panels is a nifty workaround. Thanks for your help!
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Thu, Dec 23 2010
  • To usese visual markups in reading view.

    I like to highlight as I read, but if I am reading in Reading View (F11), I need to exit into the regular view and open up the highlighting and highlight, and then if I want to return to reading view, hit F11 until there is something else worth highlighting. If I use notes it is the same thing, because I have to go to the notes window as part of that
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Thu, Dec 23 2010
  • Re: Denominations

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] [quote user="Robert Pavich"]I'm thinking of that horrid cartoon/tract stuff by a person that shall remain nameless.[/quote] No one would ever guess who this could be! [quote user="Robert Pavich"] there is no call for that vile junk.[/quote] Amen [/quote] And here I was going to suggest his work for Logos to publish
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Wed, Dec 22 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] My observations from years of teaching Bible study, adult Sunday School, RCIA, retreats etc. is a follows: 1.Women generally prefer a narrative based approach - think of resources such as Barbra Green's Interface series, Renita Weems, Fortress Press Guides to Biblical Scholarship, 2. Women frequently view scripture through art
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Wed, Dec 22 2010
  • Re: Berkhof vs. Grudem

    The difference between the two is: Berkhof's Systematic Theology is a systematic theology; Grudem's Systematic Theology is called a systematic theology.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Denominations

    [quote user="Graham Owen"]This is a great point, a good pastor will often help you find a good Church even it it is no the one they pastor.[/quote] It's the bad pastors I'd worry about
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    [quote user="Jonathan Burke"] [quote user="tom collinge"]I am wondering what package that most non-evangelical people have?[/quote] I'm non-evangelical, and I have Portfolio with several hundred other works. [/quote] I am Evangelical and have original languages package. The original languages package has most of what I wanted in Bible Software (I added
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 2010
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