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  • Re: ANNOUNCE: Discontinuation of Libronix Services

    Friday, Logos went into a 25% CPU unending circle during a search. Had to go into a separate program to kill it plus its sidekick. Then switched to Libby. Ah, peace and good will to all Libby-lovers.
  • Re: Extremely Frustrated

    I still remain mystified at video course people (no offense). In college, I nearly died with lectures. I skipped all my math lectures in college and high math is my main professional tool of choice. I get a book, start reading. Instantly the author is discussing a book I don't have. I don't get excited. One right now just can't let go of criticizing
    Posted to General by Denise on Today
  • Re: A Web Browser Integrated into Bible Software

    I suspect most would appreciate. I had a browser in my own Bible software but took it out for security reasons. Unless the company is expert, too many holes. Logos maybe, Accordance? But again, my own concerns these days.
    Posted to Logos Web App by Denise on Today
  • Re: Worse Daily Verse Art Ever

    That's so apropo, Joshua! Maybe (for me) from another perspective. "... afar off". Hiking, little water, and exhausted. Couldn't 'the place' be not so afar off? The original poster has a great point. The first one was clearly not for that poster. And per Sirach, he should be thankful.
    Posted to General by Denise on Yesterday
  • Re: Ancient Christian Texts Collection

    I guess there's no easy answer. ACCS is snippets; the two big 'fathers' sets are selective. I use both in a CitedBy, but it's not particularly satisfying. If I had the dinero, I'd want this for Jerome and Origen. I had the same selective-authors problem on the OT prepub in Nov. I passed on it too. More recently, an author I want is buried in a Eusebius
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Dec 15 2017
  • Re: How do I download all content at once?

    [quote user="alabama24"] Au contraire, mon frère! Mobile devices aren't designed to be static. [/quote] I know, I know. And maybe when mobile was intro'd overtop desktops. But I REALLY wonder. I've had my OT full library for many years now. Ditto my Accordance .. he's my largest ios footprint. I have maybe 150 apps, many 2g+. Re-installed one
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Denise on Fri, Dec 15 2017
  • Re: Oxford English Dictionary - Update?

    10 years is a long time! But I'd go for maybe 2,000 years .... that'd be ok (technically 3-400 years). Today, I was hot on the trail of Philo of Byblos (which Logos offers almost nothing on). In any event, Anchor was going to town, trying to destroy him as best they could, using really long religious words. None of which I had any source for. I had
    Posted to General by Denise on Thu, Dec 14 2017
  • Re: Warning of lost functions

    I'm probably going to get in trouble, (and agreeing with your distress), but if you have an older ios with pre-10, it loads in the earlier version. I noticed that yesterday.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Denise on Thu, Dec 14 2017
  • OT: Corinth's Western Harbor - Recent Archaeology

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/dec/14/new-underwater-discoveries-in-greece-reveal-ancient-roman-engineering Of course, Corinth looms large in the Pauline writings. Later, Clement too. And interestingly Paul's Corinth letters are often referenced (eg apropo) in the apostolic and early church fathers. I'd be curious about the major earthquake
    Posted to General by Denise on Thu, Dec 14 2017
  • Re: Pick a commentary set (PC vs. BST vs. UBC vs. CBC vs. BKBC)

    BKBC you should get no matter the others. I see it more as a 'reference work', quickly fits into regular study or your mobile. The others 'add' for devotional, sermon prep, or study.
    Posted to General by Denise on Thu, Dec 14 2017
  • Re: Thoughts on this massive work?

    [quote user="Milkman"] So I wonder what are the differences between those and these: The Book of Acts in Its First Century Setting (5 vols.) mm. [/quote] Just my 2 cents. One is basically a history series (over-simplifying). That'd be the recent one. It overlaps several other volumes in Logos, though the prison system is more unique (misuse of english
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Dec 13 2017
  • Re: Is this a mistake?

    The diff is in choice of mss's, and which the translation had to have used.
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Dec 13 2017
  • Re: Thoughts on this massive work?

    I'm not sure 'massive' is a good choice. Big, maybe. I put in my order; I thought they gave up on Kirsopp. So, I guess the early 1900s are still alive in Logosland. Books from this period are great reading; it's before the mediocrity of the mid-20th, and the lock-down in the late 20th. Back when they could say obvious things. And compare bad-boy mss
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Dec 13 2017
  • Re: THE BABYLON CODE - Price Match Please

    [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"] Make it a million dollars so no one will buy this nonsense! [/quote] Well, you do have to admit some irony. A current book I'm reading, happily marketed from Logos, is presenting 1Cor 2:7 and surrounding as an obvious interpolation. Maybe the Babylon Code is right. Hidden the whole time, too. Truly amazing.
    Posted to Vyrso: Christian Ebooks by Denise on Tue, Dec 12 2017
  • Re: New reverse interlinears?

    Wowm did I put egg on my face, or what?!
    Posted to General by Denise on Tue, Dec 12 2017
  • Re: New reverse interlinears?

    [quote user="alabama24"] [quote user="Veli Voipio"]I have hidden all books with "reverse" in title[/quote] Reverse Interlinears are data sets, not resources. They cannot be hidden. [/quote] Tide, did you check first? Smiling. I have 13 where the resource and interlinear are synonymous. Eg DSS, apostolic, etc Even the Latin-English was unique in that
    Posted to General by Denise on Tue, Dec 12 2017
  • Re: The word Catholic - searching greek words?

    [quote user="Shawn Vachon"] The Apostolic Fathers, part 2, vol 1: St. Ignatius , St. Polycarp [/quote] That’s the one ... sorry I wasn’t specific.
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Dec 11 2017
  • Re: The word Catholic - searching greek words?

    Shawn, adding to Graham, your Wiki article is likely talking about the Martyrdom of Polycarp 16, and or Ignatius Smyn. 8. The latter however is argued as an anachronism. And even the Martyrdom was conflicting varients. The best discussion, if you have Lightfoot on Ignatius Chap 6.2.vi. Which you don't likely have, but anyone else.
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Dec 11 2017
  • Re: Bart Ehrman and the $1,000 Q-challenge

    Thank you, Tavis, for the headsup. Brave, you are. I watched the videos. 'Less than satisfying' would be my sigh. In neural-net world, you can train a network to 'write' a given author's style. Then, you can go back, and have the network try to write the author's book, watching where he gets in trouble (meaning the style isn't matching). That's the
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Dec 11 2017
  • Re: Improve the Timeline Tool Readability

    [quote user="Francis"] Perhaps it is just me, ... and that a number of users would actually prefer to keep it the way it is. [/quote] I don't think it's just you. And I have my doubts about finding a Logosian happy with the tool. I try it every now and then, then put it away. Faithlife has a mental-block on maps, imagery, and timelines. It all started
    Posted to Suggestions by Denise on Mon, Dec 11 2017
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