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  • Re: Just found: "Gospel of Jesus' Wife" !

    Thanks for your comments. Here is a link to the online Phillips New Testament. http://www.ccel.org/bible/phillips/JBPNT.htm
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sun, May 4 2014
  • Re: Plan your 2015 reading

    BUMP !!! A conversation in another thread made me remember this one, So i decided to move it to the front burner. I sure wish others could get as excited about this as I would be IF We ever get it.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sun, May 4 2014
  • Re: Just found: "Gospel of Jesus' Wife" !

    [quote user="Denise"]Well, ok. Maybe Julia Smith's. Hers was so oddly unique[/quote]Good Morning, Denise. You have prompted a response. I have been drooling over the English Bible Collection in Logos. Julia Smith is one reason I am interested. I typically don't gravitate toward translations done by individuals. J.B. Phillips being an exception. (Though
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sun, May 4 2014
  • Re: Please, forgive me if I am wrong.

    [quote user="DAL"]Ever heard of 2 Timothy 4:2 ?[/quote]Yes, And I seem to remember Eph 5:11
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Re: Please, forgive me if I am wrong.

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Sorry the temptation is too strong [/quote]Precisely. Apparently, you felt compelled to comment on something you felt strongly about ...So did I. You seem to be much less tolerant of my compulsions, than your own. [quote user="MJ. Smith"]to whom it applies is clear only to myself[/quote] Problem is, You didn't keep it to yourself
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Re: Can you beat MJ? Find the denominational affiliation of these people

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] But wow; a one-time affiliation with a denomination and they're now forever slotted into that category?[/quote]Ah ! Miss Rosie ! Thanks for saying What I was thinking. I to have "Evolved". Possibly more to the point, I don't want folks to judge the "original" denomination because of my blunt statements. They are good folks
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Re: Please, forgive me if I am wrong.

    And IF butterflies didn't have wings, they would be butterwalks.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Re: Please, forgive me if I am wrong.

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]In the right place at the right time and in the correct manner. The forums fail to match the criteria.[/quote] Did you not recently comment on and post a link to an article debunking the "Gospel of Jesus' Wife" hoax? ... So who , exactly, sets/interprets/enforces the criteria for the rest of us?
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Re: Please, forgive me if I am wrong.

    I'm trying to understand why you singled me out. I didn't post pictures of Joel's dental work or automobiles. I expressed a concern about the lack of Scripture in his type of message . I said very little (possibly nothing) about him personally. You said you didn't know of Mr. Osteen. Maybe that's why you don't understand my concern.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Re: Please, forgive me if I am wrong.

    In Jesus' parables, He often quoted Scripture. (Knowing that Scripture spoke of Him) This is what is missing from "Prosperity Preaching" or whatever tag you choose to assign to it. >>>>> Matthew 13:13–15
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Re: Please, forgive me if I am wrong.

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Paul C"]Those "stories" had a high content of "Thus Saith The Lord". If that were the case with the present storytellers,[/quote] Do you have an interest in narrative theology or story-sermons? Both are appropriate topics for Logos collections - and somewhat of a gap in the current offerings. [/quote]I have an interest
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Re: OT (sorta) - how to choose an early church father to read

    [quote user="Gabe Martini"] Melito is here . [/quote]Well. That sure is convenient.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Fri, May 2 2014
  • Re: Forum Respect..

    Smashing point. Simply Smashing !
    Posted to General by Paul C on Fri, May 2 2014
  • Re: Adam & Eve and Larry Crabb

    I can remember a few times women were mentioned: When Eve tempted Adam. ... When Sarah tempted Abraham to conceive a child with Hagar. ...Do I dare mention Jezabel?
    Posted to General by Paul C on Fri, May 2 2014
  • Re: Adam & Eve and Larry Crabb

    [quote user="Milkman"]He said that behind the name, Eve, was the meaning of, 'to receive' and behind the name, Adam, was the meaning, 'to move toward.[/quote]You certainly have a way of ferreting out controversial theories.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Fri, May 2 2014
  • Re: Tech questions: Is there a point where adding more RAM has diminishing returns?

    [quote user="Alain Maashe"]Buy.com is selling this 500 GB Samsung 840 EVO SSD for $230 on Ebay. This is as good as it gets.[/quote]Agreed. I have the 256 G 840 pro. It scores 7.8 of a possible 7.9 on windows index. If they get any faster , they will have to incorporate more headroom in the index.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Fri, May 2 2014
  • Re: What books did Joel Osteen read?

    Yes, But you seem to be replying to my post in the Other thread. >>>> http://community.logos.com/forums/p/84198/590585.aspx#590585
    Posted to General by Paul C on Fri, May 2 2014
  • Re: Tech questions: Is there a point where adding more RAM has diminishing returns?

    Yes, I believe there is a point where you get no return for additional ram. My desktop came with 12G. I found a tremendous deal on 24G of G Skill ram and bought it on a whim. I gained no improvement on the Windows experience index, Novabench benchmark, or increased speed in Logos startup or searches. I think one would have to have several resource hungry
    Posted to General by Paul C on Fri, May 2 2014
  • Re: What books did Joel Osteen read?

    UMMMM. Did you reply to the wrong thread? I understood your post. Others may not.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Fri, May 2 2014
  • Re: What books did Joel Osteen read?

    [quote user="abondservant"]The picture I shared was out of an irreverent sense of humor and was perhaps in bad taste. But it is funny.[/quote]From Vocabulary.com : Originally, the word reverent was used only in religious contexts, but now it works when people are just acting like they’re in a religious setting (even if the object of their worship is
    Posted to General by Paul C on Fri, May 2 2014
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