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  • Re: Home Page

    I was just looking at some magazines that a couple of my favourite ministries have sent me and it got me thinking, wouldn't it be good if their blog articles could appear in the "newspaper" right alongside the Logos blog articles. Ministries like RZIM could really add more depth to the content and if users can select their own favourite ministries,
    Posted to Suggestions by David Beth-El on Sat, Oct 19 2013
  • Home Page

    Can I just say, I love the home page that comes up on the computer app. The problem, of course, is that I'm never at home to read it. I would love to see the same kind of newspaper style homepage on the iPad app (though only if it didn't make it impossibly complicated or slow). I don't know why God blesses some people with a lot of work but never the
    Posted to Suggestions by David Beth-El on Sat, Oct 19 2013
  • Re: Colleges require current literature

    I suppose these are the problems Logos wants to have - namely, customers loving to product so much they demand the company sell them more. If nothing else comes from this thread it at least gives Logos 2 more college web sites research when adding books.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Beth-El on Sat, Oct 19 2013
  • Re: Colleges require current literature

    Not quite my point. These forums take the form of letters, not legal documents; it was a sentence, not an absolute statement of fact.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Beth-El on Sat, Oct 19 2013
  • Re: Colleges require current literature

    Sorry this thread has become a bit gripey, that wasn't really the intention. I wonder though, of the books that are available, how many are only available in massive collections. The easy payment options are helpful but in the case of the languages, for example, I just don't need $600 worth of resources on every language; I only need Greek. CBD have
    Posted to Suggestions by David Beth-El on Sat, Oct 19 2013
  • Re: Colleges require current literature

    That's good news that Logos is doing this. The reading lists are available at ac.edu.au Go to courses, I'm studying BTh but there are many other subjects. Go to units and all the reading lists are there. Happy researching. I really love Logos; I'd love to use it more.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Beth-El on Sat, Oct 19 2013
  • Colleges require current literature

    Most of the text books I need each semester are not available on Logos. There is, however, a large amount of outdated books I can't use. Perhaps Logos can check with colleges and find out which books will be needed for the upcoming semester and make these available. You have a market available to you that you aren't targeting yet. It's a great app.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Beth-El on Sat, Oct 19 2013
  • Re: Upgrading

    [quote user="Mike Binks"] [quote user="David Beth-El"]You've mentioned that we can run L5 without adding the new databases for free.[/quote] Yes but not yet. There will be a delay before the free engine is released. [quote user="David Beth-El"]Others have been saying that getting L5 will cost (as I understand them.[/quote] To make L5 really worth the
    Posted to Logos 5 by David Beth-El on Fri, Nov 2 2012
  • Re: Upgrading

    Hi Mark Smith, You've mentioned that we can run L5 without adding the new databases for free. Others have been saying that getting L5 will cost (as I understand them). Is a free L5 something we have to wait for? Also, for how long can we run L4 before we can't buy books for it anymore? I'm a student (therefore with money for text books only) and I have
    Posted to Logos 5 by David Beth-El on Fri, Nov 2 2012
  • Gifts and Gift Certificates

    I'd really like to be able to buy books for other people or give a Logos gift certificate. My pastor also uses Logos but has a limited budget so it would be nice to be able to do this. Is this possible? If not, could it be added as an extra thing at checkout?
    Posted to General by David Beth-El on Thu, Sep 20 2012
  • Highlighting troubles

    The new version for Android seems to work well but the problem I'm having is that it doesn't sync with my PC. The book is a text book for biblical studies (Fee, Gordon D. and Douglas K. Stuart. How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth . 3rd ed. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House, 1993, page 43 is a good example) and I have several highlights
    Posted to Android Apps by David Beth-El on Thu, Aug 16 2012
  • Re: More Facebook integration

    Thank you Graham
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by David Beth-El on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Re: More Facebook integration

    Forgive me; I have no idea what IMO means and you've taken me way out of context. I'm an evangelist; I don't run from the world! But having said that I would enjoy a bible study without ads for porn on the side. All I was intending to say was that I think Faithlife has promise as a uniquely Christian resource. No offense was intended.
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by David Beth-El on Thu, Jul 5 2012
  • Re: How to See All Notes Created in Faithlife?

    Thank you Lynden. I really appreciate all the help and time your offering me.
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by David Beth-El on Thu, Jul 5 2012
  • Re: faithlife confusion

    I'm basically having the same problem as Robert. If my bible study group is looking at one passage and someone thinks of another passage and wants to talk about that, how do they? Flicking through multiple apps to follow a conversation and having a bit of the conversation in Faithlife, a bit in L4, and a bit in Biblia is just going to make it impossible
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by David Beth-El on Mon, Jul 2 2012
  • Re: More Facebook integration

    I guess the plus for me (and the reason why I'm trying to figure it out for a bible study group) is that it is solely geared for Christians. I don't have to worry about all the 'get your women cheap' adds that Facebook has. At the moment Faithlife has nowhere near as much to offer as Facebook, etc but I'm sure the designers are reading these forums
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by David Beth-El on Mon, Jul 2 2012
  • Re: How to See All Notes Created in Faithlife?

    Thank you, and thank you for inviting me to join your group. I joined your group and, I hope you don't mind, but I was looking through all your notes to see how Faithlife works in practice. It seems like you add a note that you're looking at various bible verses in Faithlife and it's up the group to then look these up in Logos (along with the comments
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by David Beth-El on Mon, Jul 2 2012
  • Re: How to See All Notes Created in Faithlife?

    I've been trying to do just that because I'm toying with the idea of using Faithlife for a bible study group so I've been playing around with all three apps. Unfortunately, it doesn't work (as far as I can tell), but it was a good idea.
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by David Beth-El on Mon, Jul 2 2012
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