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  • Re: Old CDs and DVDs

    How do you do that, just put in the CD and start the install? Or is there a tool within Logos?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Fri, Dec 19 2014
  • Re: Old CDs and DVDs

    I realize this topic is a little old now, but I have the same problem and related questions. I would like to get rid of some of these, so I want a little more information. I probably don't need old installation discs, right? Like Logos Bible Software 3 Installation Disc? However, I do have the old Logos Series X Scholar's Library and Biblical Languages
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Fri, Dec 19 2014
  • Re: Josephus Cross-Reference to Biblical Texts

    [quote user="Rick Brannan (Faithlife)"] I know it isn't Whiston's English edition, but note that the Niese edition of Josephus (in Greek) has an apparatus of cross references (Biblical and otherwise). In the Logos version (here: https://www.logos.com/product/5776/josephus-in-greek-niese-critical-edition-with-apparatus ) it is implemented as a cross
    Posted to Files by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Tue, Sep 30 2014
  • Re: Strongs

    Rocky, have you had your question answered yet?
    Posted to General by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Tue, Sep 30 2014
  • Re: Josephus Cross-Reference to Biblical Texts

    You are correct! Book 13 is the last book, as far as I can tell, that parallels the Old Testament. Everything after that is inter-testamental or later (up to the Jewish War, I believe). My document shows the parallels to OT texts, so there is no need to include the later books. They would not be parallel to anything. Also, this is based off of William
    Posted to Files by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Mon, Sep 29 2014
  • Re: Josephus Cross-Reference to Biblical Texts

    Yeah, I like how he keeps pointing out how the Hebrews were so much better off under the aristocracy than those pesky kings. I also find it fascinating how he uses terms that make sense to his Roman audience, like "senate," or refers to other historical accounts that supposedly back him up. The Romans seem so helpful, especially against the Seleucids
    Posted to Files by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Sun, Sep 28 2014
  • Re: Josephus Cross-Reference to Biblical Texts

    Yeah, I've been trying to do some curriculum planning for inter-testamental history, and want to use Josephus as a textbook. So I go to my handy Logos e-version, and... NOTHING that shows where the OT stops and Josephus picks up, or what overlaps and what doesn't. I searched quite a while and contacted josephus.org. He didn't know of anything either
    Posted to Files by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Sun, Sep 28 2014
  • Re: Josephus Cross-Reference to Biblical Texts

    Yes, I built it as a cross-reference too. Here's the information I included for myself:
    Posted to Files by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Sun, Sep 28 2014
  • Josephus Cross-Reference to Biblical Texts

    I had been looking for an electronic/digital version of William Whiston's cross-reference index in the back of the paperback editions of Josephus that shows Old Testament references parallel to Josephus' histories. I had yet to find one, so I did it myself. This is based off of that table, but I found so many references that I believed need corrected
    Posted to Files by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Sun, Sep 28 2014
  • copying the location of a footnote

    I'm trying to copy the location of a footnote. I know how to copy the location of a specific passage in a text (in this case, a commentary) in order to turn it into a hyperlink in a notes document (Resource panel --> Copy Location As). But I have not yet found a way to do this with regard to a footnote within the commentary. When I right click on the
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Fri, Sep 19 2014
  • Re: Logos for Kids--why hasn't this already happened?

    Wow... A lot of people seem to be trying to convince me (or anyone) why Logos shouldn't try this... as if somehow I have something to do with whether or not they do it. I'm really not trying to threaten anyone. I threw an idea out there--an idea that I still think would be great. I get that Logos probably won't go for it, if they even read my suggestion
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Fri, Oct 11 2013
  • Re: Logos for Kids--why hasn't this already happened?

    [quote user="Bruce Roth"] Might be illegal to start young kids out on Logos software at an early age. Addictive drug - Look at your total purchases over the years and how you respond to new resources. :) [/quote] Seriously.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Thu, Oct 10 2013
  • Re: Logos for Kids--why hasn't this already happened?

    So the desire for Logos NOT trying to innovate in this way is out of a desire for them not to fail? A personal concern for the company? Or does it hurt the consumer/church in some way? I think I understand that you personally wouldn't be interested in purchasing or using their product. But it sounds like you think if Logos got involved with this, things
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Thu, Oct 10 2013
  • Re: Logos for Kids--why hasn't this already happened?

    Wait, are you saying you DON'T want Logos to try something like this? That the world would be a better place if they didn't try to develop kids software? Or simply that if they tried it, it would be a waste of their money because it would totally flop?
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Thu, Oct 10 2013
  • Re: Logos for Kids--why hasn't this already happened?

    [quote user="alabama24"] I strongly disagree. If you are talking about using the same interface and adding resources for kids, great. I am for that. If you are talking about creating a new interface... Logos has zero experience doing that for kids. Actually, there are many users who feel Logos could work on the interface for adults! [/quote] Okay..
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Thu, Oct 10 2013
  • Bible study software for KIDS

    I have a 3 (almost 4) year old daughter. I am an elementary school teacher. I have seen lots (LOTS!) of websites marketed to kids that suck them in, and there are some great Christian ones. What I have NOT seen is software or a website that is designed for kids, not just to let them play, but to let them interact with the biblical text. I would love
    Posted to Suggestions by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Thu, Oct 10 2013
  • Re: Logos for Kids--why hasn't this already happened?

    [quote user="alabama24"] Why do you think Logos would be well suited for this? [/quote] Simply because they already have gazillions of dollars and people-hours already spent on developing (what they believe is) the world's premier Bible software. Surely they can take what they already do and refashion it for kids, including the resources and tools available
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Thu, Oct 10 2013
  • Re: Logos for Kids--why hasn't this already happened?

    [quote user="Josh"] Instead of precious metals maybe Logos could use crayon colors. lol [/quote] And the "Tickle Me Pink" package will only be $18,000,000 (or $3,000,000 a month).
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Thu, Oct 10 2013
  • Re: Logos for Kids--why hasn't this already happened?

    [quote user="alabama24"] There are a number of companies whose strength is childrens ministry. They would be better suited for this. [/quote] Well, I haven't seen any kids software out there that is designed to make it easy to search for words in the Bible, pull up maps and other reference books (of which there are a few out there for kids at least
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Thu, Oct 10 2013
  • Logos for Kids--why hasn't this already happened?

    When is Logos going to develop a software version designed for elementary-age kids? My daughter is in preschool. She is starting to use certain websites. Why hasn't Logos latched on to the huge market there is for Christian kids learning to use computer software and get them into studying the Bible with it? Think of all the crossword puzzles they could
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeffrey T. Requadt on Wed, Oct 9 2013
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