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  • Re: Does Logos 4 link systematic theology texts with each other?

    [quote user="Jerry M"]The answer is given by Mark further back in this thread.[/quote] Thanks Jerry, I either missed this or forgot about it when I posted. [quote user="Jerry M"]What are some of your favorite theologians available in Logos? Just curious. Which ones really engage[/quote] I wasn't trying to be unkind in my assessment of Grudem's Systematic
    Posted to Logos 4 by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"][quote user="tom collinge"]But here is the question, I know three guys (including myself) who looked at Logos, and said cool. All of us (including the women) went to the same seminary. All of us took the same classes. All of us have the same (close to) theological outlook. Why did three out of three guys said yes, and five
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Tozer books on sale

    The entire books. These are all short books which are collections of sermons. They each take up about 90-150 pages in the print volume which I have on my shelf.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    [quote user="Nancy A. Almodovar"] I attended two (one by a local gal and one by a well known woman...NOT beth moore) who actually said, "Ok ladies, hold up your bible." we all did, then she added "well you won't need them today so put them under your chair". and this was at a bible conference(s). Sad. [/quote] I agree, but as you know this isn't just
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    Which is my question for Nancy, which is why I put the phrase in quotes.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Does Logos 4 link systematic theology texts with each other?

    Do you have Grudem in logos? I don't find his systematic theology sufficiently theological for my tastes but I did appreciate his cross references and if his chapter endings were hyper-linked to other Systematic theologies I have in my library that would be useful. Is this the case? Of course it would leave newer systematic theologies (such as Bloesch
    Posted to Logos 4 by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    [quote user="Nancy A. Almodovar"]But, as most of my friends tell me, I'm not a typical woman...I like logic and philosophy. [/quote] While I respect the critique of Bible teachers like Beth Moore, how I read this post is you saying, "I'm not like other women, I'm smart." I am sure that is not how you mean to sound. From other posts, I understand you
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Tozer books on sale

    Having grown up in the Christian Missionary Alliance I have a continual appreciation for the works of A.W. Tozer. I have noticed that a number of his works are on sale this Christmas. I would like to make a plug for the Tozer Pulpit Vol. 1 and 2 , because it has a number of other books of his which Logos sells. Here is the breakdown of the books included
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Tue, Dec 21 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: 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: 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: Writing Reviews of books in Logos

    [quote user="Silent Sam"] hhhmmmMMM~~~ [/quote] This is by far the greatest trademark response in the forums. You use it well, even if I have no idea what you are talking about most of the time.
    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: 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: 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: 12 days: best for last.

    These are two good series overall. Both have volumes worth having. ICC, is the standard though some of the volumes need major updates to incorporate newer scholarship (this is true of NICOT/NICNT and any other series too). I don't personally own many volumes in the ICC, but appreciate the ones which I have. The NICOT/NICNT series has some of my favorite
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Writing Reviews of books in Logos

    [quote user="Josh"] A reviewer's theological leanings should be disclosed, or easily visible, to give the review context. [/quote] Which views would be relevant? I can tell you I grew up an ecclesial mutt in the Evangelical and Mainline Millieu. I now camp with the Baptist by the accident of my personal biography and the Providence of God, though I
    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: Zondervan archaeology title

    Emile B, When I question the publishing date on this, I am not questioning the publishing date on all resources. I am questioning the ability of a reference work in archeology to speak exhaustively when nearly 30 years have past since its publication. A lot has happened in Biblical archeology since that time. That being said, I am sure it has some great
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Catholic Users

    Welcome! I am one of the Protestant users of Catholic resources in Logos. Just a note to say welcome and I concur that I wish Logos would add more Catholic titles. Specifically, some sort of deal with Ignatius press would be great (which publishes books by Benedict, von Balthasar, de Lubac, Congar, Rahner, Dulles, etc.) As I understand it, the forums
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
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