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  • Re: Academic discount on ICC Isaiah vol 2, but not vol 1?

    Just popping your thread back up. I searched ICC; my mistake! Has to be spelled out. I wonder if their academic guy did the same.
    Posted to General by Denise on Yesterday
  • Re: Is Logos 8 coming out soon?

    [quote user="doc"] ... then in the meantime to fill the gap FL will continue to offer sales in order to keep up their cashflow and form time to time in those sales we'll all pick up something of interest. ...[/quote] Yes! In fact, just forget Logos 8, and offer more great sales. The expansions are hard to say no to. Or even better, offer Logos5 ...
    Posted to General by Denise on Sun, Oct 14 2018
  • Re: Academic discount on ICC Isaiah vol 2, but not vol 1?

    Maybe my Logos.com skills are poor, but I don't see Vol 1 for individual sale? Only the old 1912 version.
    Posted to General by Denise on Sun, Oct 14 2018
  • Re: Is Community Pricing dead?

    This is an interesting CP. I don't want/need it, but some do. https://www.logos.com/product/65159/lexham-english-bible-leb-with-audio-old-testament CP funds half the cost (FL funds the other half). And there's some sort of credit too, when it ships. Even so, it's not yet half of half funded. But my guess is that the BW closure is pushing a lot of CPs
    Posted to General by Denise on Thu, Oct 11 2018
  • Re: Roman seal on Christ's tomb

    [quote user="David Ames"] But a question: In today's world with the day ending/ beginning at 12:00 am. If someone states at 11:59:30 pm that they will see you tomorrow what is the earliest time that they can see you? Do they have to wait until after 6 am or can they say 'HI' at 12:00:01 am? [Hr:Min:Sec] [/quote] Interesting question. My marriage is
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Oct 8 2018
  • Re: Soon Shipping: Dictionary of the Bible and Ancient Media

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"] ... It may also mean that some written material was available for the readers very early. There is a prepub about this subject, too "Communal Reading in the Time of Jesus: A Window into Early Christian Reading Practices" in https://www.logos.com/product/151670/reading-scripture-collection [/quote] Thank you, Veli. I'm also
    Posted to General by Denise on Sun, Oct 7 2018
  • Re: Soon Shipping: Dictionary of the Bible and Ancient Media

    Just to 'finish up' this thread, the dictionary is indeed curious. The writers come from a broad spectrum. For example the baptism article came from Eveeitt Ferguson (Abilene Christian). I'd characterize it as an add-on dictionary. It's closely tied to the Bible, pseudepigrapha, and Talmud. It'd drive Dr David up the wall for sure. And the articles
    Posted to General by Denise on Sun, Oct 7 2018
  • Re: Roman seal on Christ's tomb

    Well, David, I'm impressed with your helpfulness to the writer of Matthew. Although, a simple reading and the greek seems to demonstrate the writer is intent on the chronology (next immediate day after Mary and other Mary sat looking at the tomb). I'm always impressed with the length and detail of the gospel writers' efforts. Try just copying a chapter
    Posted to General by Denise on Sun, Oct 7 2018
  • Re: Non-Denominational or CYOP (Create Your Own Package) Gold packages

    As already said above, CYOP would be great. I bought the OL packages many moons ago ... I think about $350 and pretty much was what I wanted. Since then, I take advantage of sales, Christmas credits, and 'library expansion' packs, which are pretty good. So, after my $350, I got a few additional items for about $25k or so (over 12 years). And I've tossed
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Oct 5 2018
  • Re: Kay Arthur Precepts for Life (PFL) Archive 1988–2009

    Google couldn't find it. Only the main product page you found. Confident I'll ruin DAL's evening: https://blog.logos.com/2011/05/dig-deeper-into-the-words/ Ms Arthur uses hebrew and greek. So there.
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Oct 3 2018
  • Re: Pre-pub - Analytical Lexicon of the Vulgate

    Checking my prepubs, I notice the Vulgate Analytical is up to 50%. Normally, I‘d say, dream on. But given the data and code are already in place (and Isaac well experienced), this would be a good Extended Feature resource for L8. I assume it’d work with L7.
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Oct 3 2018
  • Re: Roman seal on Christ's tomb

    [quote user="David Ames"] My further studies on this subject listed the Gospel of Peter as the first source that the guards were Roman. [Written about 125 ad] BUT if you accept that from the Gospel of Peter then you must also accept that the Cross walked out the the Tomb and spoke. The next mention of Roman guards was not until about 1000 ad. One of
    Posted to General by Denise on Tue, Oct 2 2018
  • Libby to the Rescue (yet again)

    I'll be the first to admit I don't use the discourse tools much. My opinion, Emphasis Bible better acts to raise flags on greek nuances, suggesting a closer look. But the Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament (older resourse) became the Lexham No-Discourse Greek New Testament ... its discourse stuff is gone. You don't even get the dataset menu choices
    Posted to General by Denise on Tue, Oct 2 2018
  • Re: Help with Text Critical Commentary

    [quote user="Rick Brannan (Faithlife)"] Omanson's Textual Guide is essentially a rewrite of Metzger targeted to a non-academic audience. If I understand the story correctly, translators had the same issue with Metzger as you indicate, so Omanson tried to rewrite it but target it at translators who know their Bible stuff and some Greek and Hebrew, but
    Posted to General by Denise on Tue, Oct 2 2018
  • Re: I love the new products menu!

    Ok, Randy. I tried 2 different browsers. - The left menu has sorts of no interest to me (limited; kind of like the desktop search sort) - The product menu isn't products; it's faithlife stuff and something else. I didn't figure that out. - The account on the right has my avatar and then a bunch of tiny dots. They probably mean something. - I was totally
    Posted to Logos.com by Denise on Mon, Oct 1 2018
  • Re: Logos Needs More Latin: Old Latin Versions Of Course

    Shhh. Jerome walked off with the good stuff.
    Posted to Suggestions by Denise on Sun, Sep 30 2018
  • Shipping Soon: Tov's OT Textual Criticism 3rd Ed.

    https://www.logos.com/product/154827/textual-criticism-of-the-hebrew-bible-3rd-ed I aleady have it hardback, an honored place in my sewing room. But not so easy to use, hardback. I'm thrilled. Many folks think they need to know hebrew to use volumes like this. Certainly better than not. But if you want solid scholarship on the OT sources, variations
    Posted to General by Denise on Sun, Sep 30 2018
  • Re: Resources in Footnotes not always linked.

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] [quote user="Everett Headley"]Logos doesn't go back and tag it[/quote] No they do... but it may be many, many years. Resources are routinely updated... it just takes awhile to get back to them. [/quote] Not being serious, but on the product page, they should show 'Last Updated'. Fair warning.
    Posted to General by Denise on Sun, Sep 30 2018
  • Re: Atlas of World Religions

    [quote user="DAL"] I’m sorry but I’ll wait for the Accordance Edition. That’s my plan from now on: Whenever I can, my graphics will be in my # 2 Bible software. DAL [/quote] I certainly don't want to get in the way of the Logos-Media-Looks-Bad movement. Though granted, A-Company supports higher resolution, and more media rich resources
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Sep 29 2018
  • Re: Atlas of World Religions

    Thanks, Adam. I pushed the prepub button quickly, too. 30-day return is safe enough.
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Sep 29 2018
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