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  • Re: Holding up the sky

    Okay, I found what I was looking for. I guess my memory isn't as good as I thought. These were not reliefs or sculptures, but traced papyri. Figures 17 and 18 on p.26 in: Keel, Othmar. The Symbolism of the Biblical World: Ancient Near Eastern Iconography and the Book of Psalms . Translated by Timothy J. Hallett. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1997 Bibliographical
    Posted to General by Christopher Kou on Fri, Jul 12 2019
  • Re: Holding up the sky

    [quote user="Beloved"]I believe you are referring to the Egyptian goddess Nut. I found this image in the Logos version of the Encyclopedia Britannica[/quote] I am not referring to Nut, actually. I was aware of these representations. The thing I am looking for is specifically a 3D representation (either sculpture or relief).
    Posted to General by Christopher Kou on Fri, Jul 12 2019
  • Holding up the sky

    A few years ago while doing some unrelated research in Logos, I came across some images of altars of some sort, from both Egyptian and maybe Mesopotamian sources, in the shape of creatures holding up a curved surface. Sort of like holding up the sky. These were photos of either sculptures or reliefs. I now cannot for the life of me find these images
    Posted to General by Christopher Kou on Thu, Jul 11 2019
  • Re: In store credit for reporting typos?

    [quote user="Sean"] I think the idea of $1 per typo is rather much. I could see a tiny credit (think pennies) more so for reporting resource links that need to be made. Typos I usually report just because they jar my reading a bit, and it takes just a moment to right click and do it. However, the idea that getting typos fixed is any sort of bonus or
    Posted to Suggestions by Christopher Kou on Wed, Jul 10 2019
  • Re: In store credit for reporting typos?

    [quote user="Myke Harbuck"] [quote user="Christopher Kou"] What say ye, Logos? $1 per typo? [/quote] Boy, I'd be rich. lol. [/quote] I mean, they could tweak the amount to whatever seems reasonable. Maybe $5 for every 20 legitimate typos reported, or whatever.
    Posted to Suggestions by Christopher Kou on Wed, Jul 10 2019
  • Re: In store credit for reporting typos?

    I receive free resource updates whether or not I report typos. Don't you?
    Posted to Suggestions by Christopher Kou on Wed, Jul 10 2019
  • Re: Anyone heard of the Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible by AMG Publishers?

    I have two HGKSBs. One in KJV and one in ESV. I really like the features, and the dictionary in the back. However, I think that the various lexicons and dictionaries and the reverse interlinear feature in Logos makes the Key Study Bible pretty unnecessary in software. I can right-click any word in a reverse interlinear translation and get the Hebrew
    Posted to Suggestions by Christopher Kou on Tue, Jul 9 2019
  • In store credit for reporting typos?

    Just had an interesting idea. I wonder if Logos would be open to offering a small in store credit for each typo reported, if the correction is made. Obviously this would go only to the first to report the typo, but it might be an incentive for people to read carefully, and would improve the quality of the resources. What say ye, Logos? $1 per typo?
    Posted to Suggestions by Christopher Kou on Tue, Jul 9 2019
  • Re: Translation of Gen. 1:1...scholars know better.

    David, I agree with you. Heiser and those who take this tack on Genesis 1:1 are relying on the vowel markings added by the Masoretes in the middle ages. That is a legitimate tradition, and needs to be respected and accounted for. We cannot simply assume that the Jewish traditions of interpretation in the middle ages most accurately represent what the
    Posted to General by Christopher Kou on Tue, Jun 25 2019
  • Mordechai Cogan Resources

    Just wanted to suggest that Logos look into getting these resources into the Logos library collection. They sound pretty great. I will probably pick them up in print at some point, but I think it would be a great digital resource to have as well: https://www.amazon.com/Raging-Torrent-Historical-Inscriptions-Babylonia/dp/965220868X/ https://www.amazon
    Posted to Suggestions by Christopher Kou on Tue, Jun 25 2019
  • Resources open in random panels

    This has bugged me for a while, but have never gotten around to asking about it: When I open a resource from my library, there seems to be no rhyme or reason to which panel the tab opens in. It could be a totally unrelated panel, and then I have to drag it over to another, or to a floating window that I'm trying to group open resources into. This isn
    Posted to Logos 8 by Christopher Kou on Sat, May 11 2019
  • Re: What has happen to Scalings

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] Program Scaling is a Logos feature that works on Windows. It's in Program Settings. [/quote] Ah, thanks! Much better. Still would like to be able to scale just the tabs. But a great improvement.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Christopher Kou on Thu, Nov 1 2018
  • Re: What has happen to Scalings

    Everyone talking about program scaling: are you on a MacOS? I don't think Windows 10 has program scaling like that, right? So this is a workaround only on the Mac version.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Christopher Kou on Thu, Nov 1 2018
  • Re: What has happen to Scalings

    Same here. I tend to keep a LOT of resources open when studying a topic, and I used to be able to click through different resource tabs at the top of a frame without having to scroll left and right. Now with the size scaling, it makes it much less convenient to navigate. Especially since I can't just see at a glance what resources are open in each frame
    Posted to Logos 8 by Christopher Kou on Tue, Oct 30 2018
  • Re: Greek Interlinear Layout

    [quote user="Matthew"] While we are discussing the formatting of interlinear resources on Android, are there any plans to have feature parity with the iOS version in the nearish future so we have the ability to choose which lines are displayed and which are hidden? That would help clean things up significantly and save precious screen real estate.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Christopher Kou on Mon, Mar 12 2018
  • Scripture links in Mobile Sermon viewer

    I generally write sermons on my desktop, so I am not exactly itching for a mobile editor. However, I use the sermon editor for Sunday school as well, and especially with the informal format, I would love to be able to just tap on Scripture links in the sermon document and have them pop up in a floating window, similar to how they pop up in book resources
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Christopher Kou on Mon, Mar 12 2018
  • Re: "In His Own Image and Likeness: Humanity, Divinity, and Monotheism" by W. Randall Garr

    Got it. Yeah, I'm really eyeing that book. These academic volumes carry really hefty price tags though.
    Posted to Suggestions by Christopher Kou on Tue, Nov 21 2017
  • Re: "In His Own Image and Likeness: Humanity, Divinity, and Monotheism" by W. Randall Garr

    Ah, thanks. Not sure why my link did not post correctly.
    Posted to Suggestions by Christopher Kou on Tue, Nov 21 2017
  • "In His Own Image and Likeness: Humanity, Divinity, and Monotheism" by W. Randall Garr

    Would love to see this as a Logos resource at some point. Some really good content despite my skepticism of the documentary hypothesis. His main points don't necessarily rely upon it. https://www.amazon.com/dp/9004129804/
    Posted to Suggestions by Christopher Kou on Tue, Nov 21 2017
  • Re: Searching for Journal article authors

    Ah, excellent! Thank you both. I knew there had to be a way to do it. Turns out there are at least two. Chris
    Posted to General by Christopher Kou on Mon, Jul 24 2017
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