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  • Re: Old Testament Library

    [quote user="Unix"]Do You think its a good idea for me to buy NTL with the extra account I have for a friend, so that I would be able to discuss passages with the friend?[/quote] When in doubt, don't buy. If the doubt goes away, problem solved; you no longer have need to ask. If you're asking, there is doubt. You are asking. So don't buy.
    Posted to Suggestions by SineNomine on Sun, Mar 23 2014
  • Break up "Post-Reformation Catholic Thought and Piety (27 vols.)", please!

    Post-Reformation Catholic Thought and Piety (27 vols.) This collection, which came to Logos via CP, consists of 27 works by 8 authors and includes sermons (in English and, in one case, also in Latin); dozens of letters; poetry; spiritual maxims; prayers; hymns; discourses; works of moral theology, mystical theology, and systematic theology; a devotional;
    Posted to Suggestions by SineNomine on Sat, Mar 22 2014
  • Re: Swept under the rug ... or into "under development" status

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]We have approximately 324 titles under development.[/quote] Would you be able to estimate roughly how many titles make it out of "under development" (forward, not backward) in an average month?
    Posted to General by SineNomine on Sat, Mar 22 2014
  • Re: Logos March Madness: No Women?

    [quote user="Phil Gons"] The author has lots of books available in Logos that we are able to discount up to 75% off. (Customers are disappointed when we don't have many options to choose from for each author.) The author's books are among our bestselling products. (We want to ensure the sale has books that most people are going to be interested in.
    Posted to General by SineNomine on Wed, Mar 5 2014
  • Re: Split Thomas Aquinas in Translation

    Well, Logos didn't do it immediately after shipping, but there's still time...
    Posted to Suggestions by SineNomine on Tue, Mar 4 2014
  • Re: Logos March Madness: No Women?

    [quote user="Gary Osborne"] I vote for more theological diversity. It seems like this year it's more about Hyper-Calvinism vs semi-Hyper Calvinism vs Reformed Theology vs partial TULIP theology. The majority of it is weighted in the direction of one theological stream. Being a conservative, but committed Pentecostal that certainly leans in the direction
    Posted to General by SineNomine on Tue, Mar 4 2014
  • Re: What is your favorite Commentary?

    My favourite is The Great Commentary of Cornelius à Lapide .
    Posted to Logos 5 by SineNomine on Fri, Feb 28 2014
  • Re: BUG: Why does Logos discriminate against the Lutherans (with regards to the Book of Concord)?

    [quote user="Gabe Martini"]I did some investigating, and it looks like the tagging work for this has been done, but it somehow never got pushed out to users...[/quote] Out of curiosity, and as a not-quite-subtle suggestion, does Logos have any person/mechanism with the task/job of looking for tagging and similar work that has been done and should be
    Posted to Lutheran Products by SineNomine on Sun, Feb 9 2014
  • Re: Clippings with Page numbers.

    Yes, it would be nice if clippings automatically showed page numbers, without relying on the choice of certain citation styles etc.
    Posted to Suggestions by SineNomine on Sun, Feb 9 2014
  • Re: Seattle win tonight = big Logos sale tomorrow?

    I think it should be a week-long sale for the sake of those of us (*cough* me *cough*) who probably won't have Internet access again until next weekend.
    Posted to General by SineNomine on Sun, Feb 2 2014
  • Re: Who uses Logos 5.0 at Bible Study or while your Pastor is preaching on Sunday mornings?

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] [quote user="Denise"] I notice so far 'listening to the speaker' is a key attribute. But I suspect this is the significant minority. Throughout my many decades of church attending (and humorous exploration), the ability of a church member (mainly protestant) to identify what the pastor spoke on is not good, just minutes
    Posted to General by SineNomine on Sun, Feb 2 2014
  • Re: Please add a Toggle button so that we can...

    Posted to Suggestions by SineNomine on Thu, Jan 30 2014
  • Re: A New Commentary on Holy Scripture Including the Apocrypha For $10

    [quote user="Timothy Brown"]You can see The Gospel According to St. Mark reprinted from the commentary here: https://archive.org/details/gospelaccordingt00turn [/quote] I think I'll take a look at that this weekend. Thank you. [quote user="Timothy Brown"]For what it's worth, I discovered through a Google search that in 1944 C.S. Lewis called it "probably
    Posted to General by SineNomine on Thu, Jan 30 2014
  • Re: What are most of you doing?

    [quote user="abondservant"]Should also point out that there are people on the forum successfully running older versions of office on windows 8... heard of people using 2007 and 2010 office...[/quote] Like me. I'm using 2007. Works fine.
    Posted to General by SineNomine on Thu, Jan 30 2014
  • Re: Please add Resource Type in "Prioritize" section of library

    [quote user="fgh"] I think the easiest and most customizable would be to simply add an Add Heading button, which inserted an empty [bold and slightly larger] entry, that could then be named whatever the user wanted, and dragged to whatever place in the list the user wanted. That wouldn't be too hard to code, would it? The second thing that would help
    Posted to Suggestions by SineNomine on Thu, Jan 30 2014
  • Re: New stats

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] [quote user="Michael Childs"]Confusing. Do people use these clsssifications for anything?[/quote] That's a great question. Personally I don't think any most people fit neatly in any category either. [/quote] Well, most people who aren't Catholic, Orthodox, or Seventh-day Adventist.
    Posted to General by SineNomine on Thu, Jan 30 2014
  • Re: A New Commentary on Holy Scripture Including the Apocrypha For $10

    First off, thank you Ben for your post. [quote user="Ben Amundgaard"]So, all that to say, if you're looking for a strong position on inerrancy, a la Warfield and Hodge, you'll probably be disappointed with Gore. At the same time, he's no Marcus Borg.[/quote] That's fair. I'm used to scholars with similarly liberal-yet-not-Borg views of biblical inerrancy
    Posted to General by SineNomine on Thu, Jan 30 2014
  • Re: Add Libronix Resource to Logos 5 with Code

    The number of people newly installing Libronix resources from CDs is--as I understand it--very small, and the number that are installing them into Logos 4 or 5 is very, very small.
    Posted to Logos 5 by SineNomine on Tue, Jan 28 2014
  • Re: The Bible in Medieval Tradition and The Church's Bible

    I just want to note that Logos has just broken up the Eerdmans New Testament Commentaries Collection (4 vols.) , freeing The Letter to the Galatians by Ian Christopher Levy although The Letter to the Romans is still in chains. One for two is a great start! Thank you Logos!
    Posted to Suggestions by SineNomine on Tue, Jan 28 2014
  • Split Thomas Aquinas in Translation

    I see that Thomas Aquinas in Translation is due to ship soon. In light of the varied genres of books contained in this package, I would ask Logos, immediately after shipping it, to break up this collection. I realise that this may be already planned, but in case it isn't, I'd like to get this suggestion in sooner rather than later. (In particular, I
    Posted to Suggestions by SineNomine on Mon, Jan 27 2014
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