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  • The Criticality of Greek Paratactic Intersentence Conjunctions (smiling)

    https://www.logos.com/product/9413/sentence-conjunctions-in-the-gospel-of-matthew-kai-de-tote-gar-sun-and-asyndeton-in-narrative-discourse This Logos resource popped up in a thread last week-ish, on determining what meaning was derived from starting the greek sentence with a conjunction. If you already have this book, but it looked too threatening,
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Sep 30 2019
  • Re: Poor formatting in FL ebooks

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] [quote user="Denise"]We just got back from Hawaii, and I happily returned to reading an FL app'd book. I couldn't tell where I was (get my bearings). Somewhere about 2/3's thru. Grabbing the location slider was little help. Para 2,1, thank you very much.[/quote] I have no idea what you are trying to say here. [/quote] Clearly
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Sep 30 2019
  • Re: Poor formatting in FL ebooks

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] [quote user="Bill Anderson"] [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] [quote user="Robert Neely"]clearly inferior products[/quote] Clearly inferior to what? [/quote] I'm assuming what the OP means is that Faithlife eBooks are clearly inferior to (1) Logos resources (which no doubt they are), and (2) the Kindle versions (what the OP
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Sep 30 2019
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Books ripped apart by FL (or published in multiple parts)

    [quote user="DIsciple II"] [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="DIsciple II"] I think helps with the immediate issue but will leave that to you to see if it works for you.[/quote] It works for the one resource mentioned and for some similar cases; I cannot get it to work for Migne where each volume comes in 3 parts. Can you? [/quote] MJ i could not
    Posted to Suggestions by Denise on Sun, Sep 29 2019
  • Re: Anonymous Endorsements

    [quote user="Gordon Jones"]You're not suggesting that FaithLife is fabricating book reviews?[/quote] I think that's exactly what Jack is suggesting. FL literally has a secret staff creating book reviews of books they haven't even read. Of course, one wonders who would even pose such a nutty (though typically modern) question. More seriously, when you
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Denise on Sun, Sep 29 2019
  • Re: For those of us still using hard drives

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Of course they are. Just ask my brother who when I mentioned that my piano needed its pins replaced gave me a set of pins for Christmas and offered to lend me the tools. Same brother who gave me a calculus book for Christmas when I was in the fourth grade. I'm quite sure he never considered a division between able to/not able
    Posted to Logos 8 by Denise on Sun, Sep 29 2019
  • Re: For those of us still using hard drives

    [quote user="Rodney Phillips"] I am curious. You state "those still using Hard Drives".. What other options are there besides HD's?.. Last time I read the paper, HD's are still current technology? No? [/quote] Curiousness is dangerous. Most average Christians these days are adept at installing the perfect SSD, re-working system settings, and using high
    Posted to Logos 8 by Denise on Fri, Sep 27 2019
  • Re: Jesus Behaving Badly

    [quote user="Francis"] I won't buy it cuz I already teach and preach essentially what it says. But from the preview it seems it would be quite useful to many. It is more than time to turn away from the idolatry of having the biblical God and Jesus tweaked to conform to our traditions, cultural and personal preferences to worship that genuinely honours
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Denise on Fri, Sep 27 2019
  • Re: Reminder: Brill Dictionary Ancient of Greek Shipping Sept 30

    I'm not sure who the sloppy OP was, but a 'literal reading' of the title would be a parallel to Daniel's Ancient of Days ... 'Ancient of Greek'. Greek shipping would have been definitely good. Especially tossing 'mystics' overboard during storms. I'd think that'd be a professional hazaard.
    Posted to General by Denise on Thu, Sep 26 2019
  • Re: Reminder: Brill Dictionary Ancient of Greek Shipping Sept 30

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"]Anyone care to give the reasons why they ended up placing a order. There is still time to convince me. [/quote] I'm a big believer, if you don't need something, then don't buy it. Concentrate on what you or your family needs. I see two groups that would benefit. The 'greek' people (Noet-ish) that Bible-wise, tend to work
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Sep 25 2019
  • Re: Books Coming Off Pre-pub

    Doubt that gets any traction. A prepub is sometimes a proposal (no real contacting etc in play), sometimes already in production at prepub posting (and now prepay), some with easily tagged digital images from the publisher, etc. and some a wait for an image. Then you have priorities (staff knowlegability, vacations, turnover, etc. But years seems a
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Sep 23 2019
  • Re: Biblia Hebraica Quinta!

    [quote user="Manuel Maria"] BHQ has been dropped out if my library without advice. I hope FL honors the resource to all of the customers that have purchased it. [/quote] Mine's safely behind locked wifi bars. I'd think someone owes you a replacement, if indeed their intent.
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Sep 21 2019
  • Re: Biblia Hebraica Quinta!

    [quote user="DAL"] Well FL did it again! The price remains the same, but they took away Biblia Hebraica Quinta from the Spanish Expansion without any explanation which they owe when it affects a purchase of a product like this one and they still want to charge the same! DAL [/quote] You were probably thinking Faithlife had 'customers' and maybe somehow
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Sep 21 2019
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Thanks for the Gothic ... now for the ...

    I tried to find a published resource of Old Latin mss's. No luck; maybe my luck is out. Seems like german resources are most likely. Best web source was (images): http://www.vetuslatina.org/ Nice discussion: http://www.gettysburgseminary.org/mhoffman/OTinNT/student/McClungR%20Latin%20Manuscripts%20Overview%20Presentation.pdf And why the Old Latin could
    Posted to Suggestions by Denise on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Re: Reminder: Brill Dictionary Ancient of Greek Shipping Sept 30

    [quote user="Puddin’"] I have been very intrigued by this, but just a few questions before I drop almost $100: i). I have never bought anything from Logos on prepub.—so what does it mean when you say it “ships?” Does this mean I pay now and it appears in library on the shipping date? If not, how would I go about actually acquiring
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Re: Oldest Translation in Logos?

    [quote user="HJ. van der Wal"]FYI Unfortunately in the Old Syrian Gospels the last verses of the gospel of Matthew are lacking.[/quote] It was a hot day in Damascus, plus they ran out of ink. Users were screaming to meet the ship date, what to do? Add it during the next update, of course. I really like the Old Syrian.
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="John Goodman"] I'm confused and upset about journals. I bought in on the promise of regular updates and sure it was a good deal but absolutely not if the only way to keep up to date is to pay for a subscription that includes all the back catalog anyway. Faithlife this is beyond shambolic! [/quote] I think you're mixing apples and oranges
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Re: LXX verse order

    Jack, I'm not sure what explanation would be appropriate. Not just the order, but the aggregating (before verses). It was as it was. And so, commentaries for Matthew often point to the LXX as the closest match. The Logos resource "The Dead Sea Scrolls and Modern Translations of the Old Testament" has a good presentation between the scrolls, Masorete
    Posted to General by Denise on Thu, Sep 19 2019
  • Re: What does Your Desk Look Like?

    Always the contrarian.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Denise on Thu, Sep 19 2019
  • Re: Reminder: Brill Dictionary Ancient of Greek Shipping Sept 30

    [quote user="Puddin’"] I wonder if this Logos edition will include the 2 updates that have already occurred in 2019 according to Brill? Link: https://brill.com/view/db/bdgo?lang=en [/quote] Don't know. But they get an electronic ship from Brill, then tag it, etc. So, timing-wise, not likely.
    Posted to General by Denise on Thu, Sep 19 2019
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