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  • Re: research topic

    [quote user="Hamilton Ramos"] Awesome Rosie, thanks. Do you know if there is a page in which ideas about possible research paper topics relating to Women in ministry and leadership / office positions can be consulted for getting ideas on different angles in which one can approach research of the issue? In the following page, some pointers are given
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Denise on Today
  • Re: Logos Security Update to Impact Logos 6, Logos 5, and Logos 4 Users

    [quote user="DAL"] You mean people still use Logos 4? 😂😜 Sorry I had to get it out of my system 👍😁👌 You would think they would at least upgrade to the free version of the latest software. Like Libronix, it sounds like an old technotronic band from the 80’s 😂 DAL [/quote] Wash your mouth out, Mr DAL! Libby may never forgive you. (Software
    Posted to General by Denise on Today
  • Re: 8.1 (8.1.0.0016) is Now Available

    [quote user="doc"] The old home page was not broken so didn’t require starting from scratch again. if you understood your customers you would have known customers expected these to be there when they loaded Logos 8 for the first time, The home page is the first impression a user gets of a new Logos release and putting to market a home page that
    Posted to Logos 8 by Denise on Yesterday
  • Re: Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible Tov

    Mab?
    Posted to Suggestions by Denise on Yesterday
  • Re: Cannot Locate Resource I Bought (?)

    I don't own it, but it should be in your Tools section of your desktop. "With this tool, you can instantly convert Greek and Hebrew lemmas into numerals. Get the numerical value of any lemma, find all the lemmas with an equal numerical value, and learn how to count using the Hebrew and Greek alphabet."
    Posted to General by Denise on Yesterday
  • Re: Nestle-Aland 28 or UBS 5

    [quote user="Judson s"] What do you mean and/or how do you execute : " On the desktop, if you're lucky, you can hook a Cited By panel to a Church Fathers series, that periodically footnotes which passage is being used. But it's very arguable. " [/quote] The desktop 'Cited By' tool is a handy way to tie a Bible (or apparatus or commentary) to another
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Denise on Mon, Dec 10 2018
  • Re: Nestle-Aland 28 or UBS 5

    On the mobiles, no. On the desktop, if you're lucky, you can hook a Cited By panel to a Church Fathers series, that periodically footnotes which passage is being used. But it's very arguable. You might also look at Graham's screen copies for apparatus. NA28 has active-popups to identify more about the mss number ... library and more importantly, century
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Denise on Sun, Dec 9 2018
  • Re: Logos 8 New Features ??? Found something interesting

    Thank you, Ron. I knew that. But not the quick toggle. I hadn't thought of how I could use that.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Denise on Sun, Dec 9 2018
  • Re: Fifth Edition (UBS5) w/ Critical Apparatus vs Nestle-Aland 28th Edition, w/ Critical Apparatus

    [quote user="Lew Worthington"] For an apparatus on steroids, Center for New Testament Textual Studies' New Testament Critical Apparatus . Here's the first of five main variants listed for John 1:3 : This is not exactly what the OP was asking about, but it gives a sense about the abbreviated nature of both the UBS and NA apparatuses. Also not exactly
    Posted to General by Denise on Sun, Dec 9 2018
  • Re: Fifth Edition (UBS5) w/ Critical Apparatus vs Nestle-Aland 28th Edition, w/ Critical Apparatus

    [quote user="Judson s"] I just want to make sure, that I can click on the symbol in the text to highlight the variant. Then click the Variant for its definition and its manuscript. Are there any links to the actual manuscript like in Bibleworks? [/quote] In that case, you need: https://www.logos.com/product/29980/nestle-aland-greek-new-testament-28th
    Posted to General by Denise on Sun, Dec 9 2018
  • Re: Fifth Edition (UBS5) w/ Critical Apparatus vs Nestle-Aland 28th Edition, w/ Critical Apparatus

    Well, first, NA28 and UBS5 should be the same, if I remember right. Historically, they varied a bit. But in Logos, they operate the same. The difference is the apparatus for each. One is oriented toward the associated manuscripts (NA28), the other toward cross-NT usage, as well as early church usage (UBS5). In Logos you can buy UBS5 w/o the apparatus
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Dec 8 2018
  • Re: The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition (SBL)

    Not dumb. If you type 'SBL apparatus' in your library filter box, you should see 'Apparatus for the Greek New Testament: SBL Edition I downloads with the SBL Greek NT, last updated 2013. For passers by, it's free right now. Apparently not always.
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Dec 8 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="David Paul"] This thread has has gotten me wondering...when is Logos going to start carrying resources in support of Flat Earth? [/quote] Let's back the truck up, a bit. A sizable portion of Christianity dumped a translation, while assuring everyone the quoters and theology from the same translation were straight from On High. All with
    Posted to Logos 8 by Denise on Sat, Dec 8 2018
  • Re: Anchor Yale Bible hyperlinks to Bible text

    I guess you'd need to be more specific, or an example? I checked about 20 from recent volumes and older ones ... they all popped to my preferred Bible. Just curious, AYBD was the same.
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Dec 8 2018
  • Re: For Lands Sakes, Don't Cancel Your Brill Etymological Prepub

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] I'd be interested to hear from you folks how you practically plan to use this resource. Perhaps it will help with my vacillation. [/quote] But closer to Logosian interests, this volume I regard as 'core' (as also BDAG and HALOT), and a secondary go to, especially on loosy
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Dec 8 2018
  • Re: research topic

    MJ will have better ideas. But without delving into theology (verboten on the forum): - Your first question uses 'can' (not should, a much different issue). Within 'can' are a host of positives that women can bring to leadership. I'd also note many churches are heavily female, and becoming more so. Your library may include discussions (I keep a section
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Denise on Fri, Dec 7 2018
  • Re: Help Converting Microsoft Word Bible to PBB

    Not being very helpful, but the easiest way is to export it to html, run a parser, then import it back into Word. Reason is the parser can more easily catch the formatting tightly. I have several Bible parsers that do that; looking at your Kmer example, it'd need a way to catch the book names. The unhelpful part is I'm currently all offline (PC-wise
    Posted to Logos 8 by Denise on Fri, Dec 7 2018
  • Re: Does Logos have an e-reader app?

    Well. You got your app.logos.com, and the older Biblia. Both demand on-line. Neither for me. Then you can try the Noet app which (so far) hasn't been blessed with the headaches that Bible has. Or if you have an older device, you can download older versions (last I tried). I suspect you prefer your phone, however. I'm happily esconsed on an older ios
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Dec 7 2018
  • Re: Why is Logos a CPU hog opening BIbles?

    Thank you, Bradley. I was one of the deleters.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Denise on Fri, Dec 7 2018
  • Re: For Lands Sakes, Don't Cancel Your Brill Etymological Prepub

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] I'd be interested to hear from you folks how you practically plan to use this resource. Perhaps it will help with my vacillation. [/quote] This probably won't help your case of vacillation. But my interest is primarily, first in the period surrounding Egypt and the Hittite kingdom (modern Turkey). And secondly the Bible
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Dec 7 2018
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