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  • Re: Max Lucado Essential Bible Study Library

    i'm sorry, i can't get past the use of Max Lucado and "Essential" in the same sentence. I thought this was a joke at first. saddens me more that it's not.
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Tue, Oct 18 2011
  • Re: Kindle Fire

    will Verso (that new logos reader program) work on it?
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Thu, Oct 6 2011
  • Re: Discipleship recommendations

    try one of the historical catechisms as they answer major questions on the faith. Westminster begins with God. heidelberg begins with our condition and is structured (Law/Grace/Gratitude then goes into the Apostles Creed and the parts of the Lord's Prayer along with the Ten Commandments). Add one of the confessions and they'll get a lot of doctrine
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Thu, Mar 24 2011
  • Re: Someone at Logos Googling me at 2:00AM!! :-)

    the Latin Term signifies God Alone deserves/receives all glory. It doesn't make sense if you take the other four away so it is Salvation is by grace alone through faith alone on account of Christ alone as revealed in Scripture alone to the Glory of God alone.
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Mon, Feb 14 2011
  • Re: Snow Day

    i'm all for a new yorker snow-bound snow sale...anyone want the 4 1/2 foot pile in front of my apartment? nancy
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Tue, Feb 1 2011
  • Re: I need recommendation resources for Romans.

    and how could i possibly forget Charles Hodge and Haldane. :)
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Sat, Jan 15 2011
  • Re: I need recommendation resources for Romans.

    you state you do not want commentaries and yet even the theological ones, well even those offer commentary about their theological work. I have enjoyed the book of Romans since just a few months after my conversion in 1986 and have made it a practice to read it through each month (and pretty much have done so since 1986 till now) and have read the following
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Sat, Jan 15 2011
  • Re: If you only could have 10 resources, which ones would you choose?

    Ha!!! guess you forgot to search via Logos Jesus' take on these...you think it you done did it. :)
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Fri, Dec 24 2010
  • Re: What should Logos do more?

    a Kindle epub app so I can take my logos books outside without needing to lug around my laptop. :)
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Thu, Dec 23 2010
  • Re: Berkhof vs. Grudem

    Kevin, I know both sides of the argument. I was once ordained in the AG Int'l but I could not stay that way when confronted with the "husband of one wife" requirement for elders nor the created order. If women are no longer under their husbands, do you then take the same step with that scripture and say that men are no longer subjected to Christ? After
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Wed, Dec 22 2010
  • Re: Berkhof vs. Grudem

    why aren't women under the same guidelines...did the Bible change? Did I miss something? It's not a cultural issue as Paul pointed out. It's a creation issue. Adam was created first and Eve was created as his helper. Eve was deceived and then Adam sinned therefore Eve must come under Adam. I haven't seen Scripture change, just culture. Good thing there
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Wed, Dec 22 2010
  • Re: Doctrine Classes?

    I'm not teaching at church but a student rather. So our SS teacher went through RC Sproul's Essentials of christianity which went through each major section and then subsections. Brought out great discussion. Our pastor went through the Belgic Confession with the teens and now is going through the Council of Dordt and his gives them homework assignments
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Wed, Dec 22 2010
  • Re: Berkhof vs. Grudem

    when you see how thorough Berkof is Grudem will seem more like a "Theological Survey" rather than a systematic theology. nancy
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    Bill, Logos, as any business, is driven by profit. I'm not saying this is wrong at all...if they don't make money they cannot pay their programmers and other employees and then we (the consumer) do not have Logos any longer...and that would be so very sad :( What Logos can do is help the pastors with their sermons. Instead of topical make them more
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    "typical" would be the norm: women's teas instead of a theological conference. If, according to Scripture, we are admonished to teach and train our children and teach other women, then why aren't we challenged, or rather why isn't there more focus of challenges on theological topics: doctrine, creeds, confessions, church history, Biblical History? Typical
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    sorry, did not mean it to come across that way...I also LOVE football, my hubby is the football widower...so, yeah, not your typical woman in many ways. While I enjoy mani-pedi's i prefer sitting in starbucks reading with my fourth or fifth cappucino. ;) I would suggest Dorothy Sayers or, as I mentioned Nancy Pearcey or CJ Mahaney's wife (I forget her
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    don't be envious of beth moore or her teachings...i find them shallow and with her recent move into some questionable beliefs I'd rather read Augustine, Luther, or any of the "Martins" from the reformation or even Pearcey. But, as most of my friends tell me, I'm not a typical woman...I like logic and philosophy.
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    People in general will want what they are given because they become accustomed to it. Women have been spiritually fed trifles and, I dare say heresies (think oneness and word of faith, as they are the leading women authors/speakers). If women are given good doctrine they will grow to love and cherish the truths of God's Word but sadly we've been given
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Sat, Dec 18 2010
  • Re: Why less women?

    as I said on FB and will repeat here, the steady diet for women is poor theology, whereas Luther and the Reformers had hoped the milkmaid would know more about the Bible that pope or cardinal and the women then did. Many died as martyrs because they knew their theology. Sadly, women's conferences are mostly on emotional things, like it is assumed that
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Sat, Dec 18 2010
  • Re: 12Daysof sofar

    Personally, I'd like to see a Kindle app finally developed and given via the 12 days of Logos....then I can read off my Kindle which is much less harsh on my eyes than my computer screen. I don't need the complicated intergration, just to be able to read my books. nancy
    Posted to General by Nancy A. Almodovar on Mon, Dec 13 2010
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