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  • Re: Theological Question

    Catholic Charismatic Movement started in the late 1960's, early 1970's. My wife's Godparents were early leaders in the movement.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    Third wave was shorthand for the third wave of charismatic renewal in the 20th century. Briefly, Pentecostalism was first (1901 or 1906-depending on whether you measure its start with Charles Parham's Topeka, KA Bible class or the Azuza Street Revival. Pentecostal theology taught that 'in the last days' there would be a renewal of the gifts of the Spirit
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 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: Zondervan archaeology title

    Wouldn't be a priority for me. Publication date is 1983.
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • 12 days: best for last.

    NICOT/NICNT bundle for $1185.95. Too bad I can't afford it. I wish well those who can. Great series which I am sure will serve you well. I have a number of the printed copies.
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Writing Reviews of books in Logos

    [quote user="Timothy Ha"] [quote user="Abi Gail"] I totally understand what you are attempting to achieve. The question is... Who will review the reviewers. We would have to know their perspective/theology before we could trust their analysis . [/quote] The same department that selects the books for Logos can review the reviewers well, I think. [/quote
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Stewardship & Sermon Prep

    [quote user="Giovanni Baggio"] james, On the contrary, it is important, but trust me praying alone will not make your sermon relevant for your listeners. It is your job to make it relevant, praying only gets u in the reverent mood that will help u concentrate to get the job done, but it's still your job to make a good sermon. And even if you prayed
    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: I am curious to know How much dollars some one could have invested to logos Bible software.

    I have spent a fair bit in Logos, and more for books I have in print. I like the Logos platform and the ease of use for, particularly, commentaries and reference works, but I regard my 'investment' as my whole library which has helped shape my theology and exegetical practices. Logos is a great tool which is part of my overall investment. I also have
    Posted to General 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: Leslie Newbigin

    Seriously, Logos is missing many of the great missional books and thinkers. Newbigin is a must!
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Leslie Newbigin

    Sixth.
    Posted to Suggestions 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: After preaching on Sunday, anyone have the Monday "blues?"

    I tend to ride on Sunday's sermon at least until Tuesday, if it goes well. The only way I can find to measure if it goes well is by the quality of conversations which my sermon generates. If someone says, "great sermon," I don't feel particularly encouraged, but if they start a discussion where they were challenged in their theology and praxis by what
    Posted to Logos 4 by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Pillar New Testament Commentary question

    And Christmas prices are fantastic!
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Pillar New Testament Commentary question

    Picked up Hebrews from the Christmas sale and am pretty sure I am getting Acts. I love that these are offered a la carte. I have WBC and Hermeneia bundles from Logos and like to supplement volumes from other series which I know are good. There are certain volumes I would buy in NICOT/NICNT but I don't have the cash or desire to buy the whole series
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Graeme Goldsworthy Collection

    Me too!
    Posted to Suggestions by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Stewardship & Sermon Prep

    Giovanni, If you like to smell charismatics you should probably seek professional help. Sounds like an odd fetish. Are you really going to argue that prayerful study is not important? This isn't a charismatic not charismatic issue. It is an issue in need of correction if you think the best you can offer for a sermon is a week of hard work. There are
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Stewardship & Sermon Prep

    Interesting that nobody mentions how much time they devote to prayer in their sermon prep. Not that spending time in resources, commentaries, translations, and original languages are not an important part of exegesis but sermons come alive when the preacher hears from God, not just when the exegete digs out new facts about the text from reading well
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    [quote user="tom collinge"] All of the ladies that I know who are ordained and use computer software with their study use Bible Works. [/quote] It would be interesting to see the actual stats for users of other Bible software programs. Most of the Bible Works users I know are men, but where I went to seminary the platform that gets pushed most is Accordance
    Posted to General by James Matichuk on Sun, Dec 19 2010
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