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  • Re: Logos 5 is out? They never finished Logos 4 yet!

    Indeed I could be wrong as usual. The "free engine" without data sets is what?
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rene Atchley on Wed, Nov 21 2012
  • Re: Logos 5 is out? They never finished Logos 4 yet!

    It is reasonable to communicate directly with Logos for a more detailed discussion of what is or is not being credited from one upgrade to another. Yet this whole morality discussion misses one of the major issues (at least for me) is the increasing cost for a "free" engine that only works with all the extras built on top of it that are not free. This
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rene Atchley on Wed, Nov 21 2012
  • Re: Logos 5 is out? They never finished Logos 4 yet!

    I must say that in many ways I agree with John's sentiments. Too much money way too often for way too little from a company that seems to do more advertising then product development. Flashy interfaces using the "latest" researched gadgets and gimmicks that is second only to the Space Shuttle in complexity of use. Required training experiences from
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rene Atchley on Mon, Nov 19 2012
  • Re: Is this desirable (social pressure)?

    Clearly you don't understand the ethos of being a user of premium Bible software. You are suppose to buy as much as you can as often as you can for as long as you can. Then post on the website how wonderful it is to stretch you budget to the breaking point for such a superb product brought by God to a laptop near you. There is clearly no evidence of
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rene Atchley on Tue, Nov 13 2012
  • Re: Is Logos 5 for you?

    My observation is that Logos 5 is a premium niche product that is priced to represent it's market position and domination. There is nothing spiritual about selling electronic code for thousands of dollars to, on ocassion, people who can barely afford gas for school. On the other side it is well supported by a crack technical and customer staff that
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rene Atchley on Sat, Nov 10 2012
  • Re: Logos--The Future of Education?

    Yet somehow this promise of great educational opportunity misses classic theological tomes in pursuit of free sources over 100 years old in the public domain. My guess is that if theological education is going to be based on prepackaged bits of data we will all be converging on the same points of truth predigested for us on a colored charts. Great promise
    Posted to General by Rene Atchley on Wed, Nov 7 2012
  • Re: Deceitful marketing

    I am not sure what the bible has to do with a company that sells theology books for profit. Giving Logos the benefit of the doubt just seems like a good idea given all the money invested in this "premium" product.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rene Atchley on Tue, Nov 6 2012
  • Re: Deceitful marketing

    How in the world does one know if Logos wanted or didn't want to "deceive" its customers? We should surely know by now to have little faith in institutions using god as a way to make money off special consumers. While I can't presume to know what is in the head of management surely a customer must have some doubt when hundreds, in not thousands, of
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rene Atchley on Mon, Nov 5 2012
  • Re: Deceitful marketing

    Really the easiest wayt to avoid all these problems is simply buy the least amount of products that meet you particular needs.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rene Atchley on Mon, Nov 5 2012
  • Re: Logos 5: Pastors and Parishioners

    I am a professional therapist that does pastoral/Christian counseling within the larger therapy practice where I work. I look at this version 5 and wonder why in the world would I want yet another update that is even more distant from the study approaches that I learned in seminary. Especially at $300.00 plus on even the most limited upgrade available
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rene Atchley on Sun, Nov 4 2012
  • Re: Logos Is Too Expensive

    Really these are two different products market segmented to varying groups of software users. Comparing these two products really does seem like mixing Apples and Oranges and hoping no one will notice. It strikes me that Logos has a two edged sword of providing the most product for your buck at the same time, with it's monopoly in the market place,
    Posted to General by Rene Atchley on Mon, Jul 30 2012
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    Yeah I get it....free market...indexing...convience of search engine..but still.
    Posted to General by Rene Atchley on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    Seriously? A 150 year old (+) commentary set that is free pretty much everywhere else for $100.00...><
    Posted to General by Rene Atchley on Tue, Jul 10 2012
  • Re: So long Logos4...

    [quote user="Dennis Miller"] [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] (Remember, there was no iPad when Logos 4 shipped!) [/quote] That also tells us how long we've been waiting for the advertised finished product and promised performance and feature parity. [/quote] For me this is the key matter. Need less cutting edge, latest researched, future oriented interface
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rene Atchley on Tue, Jul 3 2012
  • Re: So long Logos4...

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Rene, I see your point without any effort at all. However, I also see the future of computing as being more than a great librarian and search engine. Given Bob's bent for being on the cutting (bleeding) edge, I expect Logos to become a great STUDY engine. I just have to be patient (and live to a ripe old age . [/quote] Thanks
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rene Atchley on Sun, Jul 1 2012
  • Re: So long Logos4...

    As I read through this thread I wonder just why should I keep buying more and more product from Logos. Yes its a powerful software. Yes it does back-flips. Yes it has a great library. Yes it's the best thing since sliced bread and jam. Yet it is hard to use and only remains on my computer because its the only game in town after everyone else has imploded
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rene Atchley on Sun, Jul 1 2012
  • Re: Earn Your Doctorate

    Well I will try to be more clear. Of a country of some 300 million people with churches and seminaries spanning the entire American land area. Exactly what need is this D. Min filling? Perhaps the artificial creation of a market to sell yet more expensive products is really what is happening here. If ones prefers yet another marketing gimmick to sell
    Posted to General by Rene Atchley on Mon, May 7 2012
  • Re: Earn Your Doctorate

    I think this advertisement says everything one needs to know about the state of "christian" e-book publishing and the dedication to spreading the Word.
    Posted to General by Rene Atchley on Mon, May 7 2012
  • Re: Say What? Libronix no longer supported????

    A more positive spin is that this is an opportunity to participate in a larger and much more important event...Management's vision of what bible software should be.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rene Atchley on Sat, Jan 7 2012
  • Re: 'Finally' PC Makers are recognizing the Bible Software market

    I wonder how dominate Logos would be if Microsoft decided to enter the market with its usual beta software.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rene Atchley on Thu, Nov 24 2011
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