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  • Re: Angry Christians?

    [quote user="Lee"] As regular forum writers have indicated, this topic is best discussed over there. Peace. [/quote] Lee, Thanks for repeating what is perfectly clear. I was merely thanking MJ for her help and informing her that I followed the suggested tips. Forgive me for not being clear, but my intent was to invite her and others to the appropriate
    Posted to General by C M on Tue, Apr 5 2016
  • Re: Angry Christians?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Charles McNeil"]Thanks for the direction, but how do this?[/quote] If you click on the link ChristianDiscourse.com and you'll find a forum in which to post. Or enter as a search argument and see what you have in your library. [/quote] MJ, Thanks again for the direction. I duplicated the search phrases as illustrated
    Posted to General by C M on Tue, Apr 5 2016
  • Re: Angry Christians?

    Thanks for the suggestions on "anger". Still learning. Your Logos Forum Handle reminds me of an old song, "You can Smile." It's by Alfred Henry Ackley of Spring Hill, Pennsylvania. He was an ordained Presbyterian minister. He also worked with the Billy Sunday and Homer Rodeheaver evangelist team. I will you it as a theme song as I mine this unhappy
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Apr 4 2016
  • Re: Angry Christians?

    Thanks, MJ, for the tips. Blessings upon you!
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Apr 4 2016
  • Re: Angry Christians?

    Thanks for the direction, but how do this? I know somethings, but not all things. Until then, any books or authors on anger?
    Posted to General by C M on Sun, Apr 3 2016
  • Angry Christians?

    What is anger? What does the Bible has to say about it (anger)? Do we avoid anger at all cost and after it manifest itself, we learn to manage it, until we can get rid of it? What do the philosophers (non-Logos users) have to say about anger? In short, is anger something to be avoided, used, managed or something to be gotten rid of by any means necessary
    Posted to General by C M on Sun, Apr 3 2016
  • Re: Suggestions sought for Logos resources about Church Conflict resolution

    [quote user="JoshInRI"] ...others have found practical and useful please?[/quote] Have you consider these: "Pastors in Conflict" Alfred Poirier, The Peacemaking Pastor: a Biblical Guide to Resolving Church Conflict (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2006).
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 27 2016
  • Re: Suggestions sought for Logos resources about Church Conflict resolution

    GregW, Thanks for the suggestions, most helpful.
    Posted to General by C M on Tue, Jan 26 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    To All Logos Users, Logos Bible Software will be around for many years to come. Regardless of any future layoffs or changes, you will be able to enjoy all the fine features of this product. You have my word, Bob's word and the nature of the product. We will not forget about those who were laid off and we will continue to pray for the families. Any laid
    Posted to General by C M on Sat, Jan 23 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    Danwdoo, What I have written, I have written. I will pray for you, the layoff workers, Bob and for the profitability and survivability of the Faithlife Corp, that we may continue to enjoy the Logos Bible Software. Bob is at peace with himself and his company. May I suggest, you go do likewise. Until next time.
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Jan 21 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    Danwdoo, “Capital is a small part of starting a business”. You have a point. “Drive, desire, ability, focus, and a willingness to put in a ton of time and work what gets it done”. Why do you think those laid-off workers don’t have the above traits? Do you know them personally, all 60+? “This is not something everyone has”. This is true. Does this invalidate
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Jan 21 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Rene Atchley"]I am somewhat curious as to why this particular thread has such staying power. People get laid off all the time in businesses across America. People face tragedy and difficulties because of such layoffs. FL is just another business that has laid people off due to whatever circumstances being put out by the management team
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] It is easier to jump to what seems to be a logical conclusion but Bob has repeated told us Faithlife is in good financial condition. We have to trust in that or believe him to be a liar. I do not think with out hard evidence anyone wants to call him one. [/quote] TIME IS A REVEALER OF ALL TRUTH!
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    The intent of my suggestion was NOT to invade anyone’s privacy. It was to express compassion (“to suffer with”) for the laid-off workers. I know they are not the first people to be laid-off nor will they be the last for Faithlife or any other company. Can’t we put our collective heads together and, at least, make some practical suggestions to help those
    Posted to General by C M on Tue, Jan 19 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"]I wish the data backup posts had their own thread ra ther than being buried in this one. [/quote] You are so right: To keep the purity of the thread. Data backup information is so interesting, really! Who has the skills to start a new thread and transfer all that have been said about data backups? If you have the skills, Please
    Posted to General by C M on Tue, Jan 19 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    To the laid off workers of Faithlife, who are they? Can we put a face to these people? Who are they (young, middle age, level of education, skills, willing to relocate, married, single, home owners, etc.)? If the numbers (60+) are accurate (being thrown around of laid-off workers from Faithlife), is it possible this group people can form their own company
    Posted to General by C M on Tue, Jan 19 2016
  • Re: Suggestion to Payment Plan

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] Generally, public domain texts need greater capital upfront than those that need royalties. That's because the public domain texts generally have to have an electronic edition created from scratch (as opposed to being supplied by the publisher). More importantly (for this discussion), 100% of the costs of Public Domain works
    Posted to General by C M on Tue, Jan 19 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]lead me to believe that "hippie fascination with the perennial philosophy" and "Logos users" have little overlap.[/quote] Concisely stated, Thanks. Yet, you say this set has value. What and to whom? Why FL invested so much with so little interest? Do you think a big discount could generate new sells to recoup monies spent? New
    Posted to General by C M on Sat, Jan 16 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I suspect that it is the makeup of the user base as the original target market has little overlap with Logos.[/quote] MJ, Please unpack this statement.
    Posted to General by C M on Sat, Jan 16 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    Posted to General by C M on Sat, Jan 16 2016
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