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  • Re: SURPRISINGLY GOOD BOOK !

    [quote user="Armwood"] It looked to be just a lump of coal, But a closer look and the diamond begins to be seen. what book, if any do you have that fit this statement. [/quote] The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis.
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Fri, Apr 5 2013
  • Re: Help a brother out: And get a commentary in the process!

    There's a digitized version on Google books: according to the side note (p120) the quote is attributed to -Henry.
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Fri, Apr 5 2013
  • Re: Help a brother out: And get a commentary in the process!

    Mine too :)
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Thu, Apr 4 2013
  • Re: Do commentary's prices go UP or DOWN overtime?

    [quote user="mike"] what if Logos goes out of business ? Then there would be no more support..after spending much. [/quote] I shouldn't be too worried. If Logos were to go out of business, you'd still have access to the resources on your hard drive. Even with some functionality lost, it would still be as if you had the individual titles on a bookshelf
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Thu, Apr 4 2013
  • Re: OT (Humor): Theological Essay Title Generator

    Favourite: "Towards an ethical exploration of Anglican dance moves". I'm going to start work on it ASAP. This is action research where it's most needed...
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Mon, Mar 25 2013
  • Re: Great conservative (reformed?) commentary sets

    [quote user="DMB"] No offense, papa-gowgow, but I'm just the opposite (and so MJ's logical dog nipping at me). I suppose if I was a pastor, etc maybe I'd want to read the bad boys 'just one more time'. But I'm not. If I've already concluded commentaries/authors are incapable of logical reasoning, it's into the 'Hidden Resources' they go (until the last
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Thu, Mar 21 2013
  • Re: Great conservative (reformed?) commentary sets

    I agree, Calvin's commentaries would be my suggestion. Something to consider though: I have a couple of commentaries with which I totally disagree, I find their theology to be alien to me, but I regularly go back to them to see what other perspectives might be out there. I find the challenge of stepping out of my comfort zone to be very stimulating
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Thu, Mar 21 2013
  • Re: Logos March Madness—Round 4

    [quote user="abondservant"] [quote user="Nathan Smoyer"] It's time to make your Final Four predictions. Who will it be? [/quote] don't know a lot about moo, other than a lot of people have been clamoring for one commentary of his in particular. [/quote] I can think of a couple of reasons for voting for Moo: 1) His focus on environmental theology has
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Thu, Mar 21 2013
  • Re: St, Patrick-who?

    Not a great deal. You fall down as a witness for Christ. We are putting no obstacle in anyone’s way, so that no fault may be found with our ministry [2 Co 6.3] (Ending with 'thank-you' does not make an ad hominem argument less offensive)
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Thu, Mar 21 2013
  • Re: St, Patrick-who?

    How much do you profit by winning the argument but losing the respect of others? 24 And the Lord’s servant must not be quarrelsome but kindly to everyone, an apt teacher, patient, 25 correcting opponents with gentleness. God may perhaps grant that they will repent and come to know the truth, 26 and that they may escape from the snare of the devil, having
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Thu, Mar 21 2013
  • Re: Using Logos with a kindle

    I have a Kindle Touch and have successfully uploaded 30 or so books from my Logos library using an ereader management tool called Calibre. It takes a little bit of time, copying and pasting the text into Word then uploading via Calibre (there's also a programme called Sigil that can be used to create a table of contents), but there are some texts that
    Posted to General by papa_gowgow on Wed, Jul 11 2012
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