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  • Re: Faithlife: Need for Help at ChristianDiscourse

    [quote user="Tom Reynolds"] CD can't shut down! If it shuts down then whenever someone brings up a contentious issue they can't be told to take it to CD where it will die of boredom. :_D [/quote] Well said, Tom! Now if CD comes back up, I invite you to drop in and join the conversation. Perhaps your participation will bring life to the bored board.
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Dec 21 2017
  • Power outage has messed up my Logos installation

    At the instant of a freak and momentary power outage, I had Logos 6 (and web browser) software running on my PC. When the power returned within seconds the web browser functioned normally, but Logos 6 did not. Immediately after the power's return, the Logos shortcut icons were all white - the logo missing from the icon from both the taskbar and desktop
    Posted to Logos 6 by Bill Coley on Mon, Jun 29 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    I react to the Encyclopedia Brittanica offer with both applause for the creation of a Logos-empowered version of such a consequential source of information and disappointment that the product is in fact abridged. Further, I am troubled by the fact that the marketing surrounding the offer made so little effort to make the abridgement clear. Sherri, while
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Feb 19 2015
  • Re: Passages not saved in compact view

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]It is probably regarded as an annoyance, so it doesn't get the priority that you and I think it deserves. Note that there are many bugs older than this.[/quote] This makes sense to me except that my observation has been that program updates frequently address annoyance-grade issues, and in the July 2013 thread noted in my original
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bill Coley on Sun, Aug 17 2014
  • Passages not saved in compact view

    Problem: A passage list saved in a layout while in compact view always opens in full view. In a forum search I found a bug report for this that is more than seventeen months old, and the most recent reference to the issue - in a different thread - that is more than a year old. The latest version of Logos 5, downloaded today, does not fix the problem
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bill Coley on Sat, Aug 16 2014
  • Re: Interesting price comparison

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"]If you can't tell the difference between an eBook and a Logos resource you ought to stick with cheap stuff.[/quote] You have a way with words.... I wouldn't call it a pastoral way, but you certainly have a way.
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Wed, Jul 16 2014
  • Re: Lexham Methods Series

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"]So I think it would be better to change the red text to "Your bid might not succeed" ("may" would be bad grammar; it would mean "your bid doesn't have permission to succeed") than to remove it altogether.[/quote] It's a common misconception that "may" only refers to permission; in fact, that's not the case. It certainly has
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Sun, Jul 13 2014
  • Re: Video course by a top NT scholar for $44 -- maybe lower! (could be up to you)

    [quote user="JoshInRI"]I have had some time to think this over and more than likely most of you have gone on to other posts...but I am sorry for using "nut" above.[/quote] Joshua, Thank you. I appreciate your decision to make this post.
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Sun, Jul 13 2014
  • Re: to cemetary, postponing starting Gk by 1 year?

    [quote user="Unix"]Oh so You are familiar with it? Not that it surprises me that You are. Are You familiar with exactly how liberal it is? It's outrageous. I don't call them Christians:[/quote] It is worthy of note that, your conclusion about them notwithstanding, those folks probably would call you a Christian.
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Sat, Jul 12 2014
  • Re: Video course by a top NT scholar for $44 -- maybe lower! (could be up to you)

    [quote user="JoshInRI"] He isn't one of those nuts that used colored marbles from the Jesus Seminar is he? I like/value the Gospel of John and found it transformational before and after I was saved. Is he conservative in his leanings? [/quote] FWIW, I'm not "one of those nuts that used colored marbles," but I am liberal. I am not conservative in my
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Jul 10 2014
  • Re: You MUST bid on Witherington video course! *

    [quote user="David Paul"] [quote user="David A Egolf"] This thread needs to stay near the top of the active threads until Friday noon. Anyone who intends to vote on this CP needs to do it now! Bid your best price now and don't wait until Thursday. Everyone who is balking is keeping the price higher than it needs to be. A surge at the end loses potential
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Tue, Jul 8 2014
  • Re: Just a few more bids and Witherington will hit $80!

    [quote user="Steve"] [quote user="Bill Coley"] Am I missing something? [/quote] Yes, you are missing something. Way too many assumptions. Costs, bidders, withdrawals, projected revenue, etc. Logos has built everything in. It's now at $50 .. and could go lower with more bids. Are you in? [/quote] Yes, I'm in, but I don't see where anything I posted previously
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Sat, Jul 5 2014
  • Re: Just a few more bids and Witherington will hit $80!

    [quote user="Denise"]The two David's points are correct ... Logos sets the quoted 'price' at the lowest breakeven price. So for example, if all the $80 bidders simply withdrew their bids (plus everyone else above that), then the quoted price would drop precipitously (though not be 'over the line').[/quote] Denise, I don't see how this is mathematically
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Sat, Jul 5 2014
  • Re: Wonderful forum bug (with address change)

    FWIW, I've noticed that post counts don't update in real time for as long as I have visited these forums, which is now about four or five years. It's either built into the forum design, or something the Logos webmasters haven't got around to fixing.
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Wed, Jun 11 2014
  • Re: Where is the liberalism in...? (Fear not, this is not a debate)

    [quote user="Robert Perron"]So, since I am not familiar with all things critical, I can't help but not trust the material or at the very least, take it for what it is, the opinions of the authors.[/quote] I read your post as saying that your lack of experience with or knowledge of "all things critical" in some way justifies your lack of trust in the
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Fri, Jun 6 2014
  • Re: Where is the liberalism in...? (Fear not, this is not a debate)

    [quote user="Denise"] Well, don't be fooled by 'us conservatives'. There was a time in the 1800s when 'conservative' meant you studied your Bible. These days, it's which books and commentaries you can safely read (hint, hint ... not Ehrman). Yes, you have to check your publishing history (you DO publish, don't you?), what presuppositions underlie your
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Sun, Jun 1 2014
  • Re: "Water" Rededication

    [quote user="Willard Scott"] es. ... For instance: “If I was in charge,” Palin said Saturday in Indianapolis, “they would know, waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists [/quote] Nicely done, Willard.
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Wed, Apr 30 2014
  • Re: Forum Respect..

    [quote user="Denise"]I'm over on the far-right, and quite frankly main-stream 'of course' theological statements are offensive. But I just lather on some more skin.[/quote] Thanks for the inspiration, Denise, which has given me a new way to refer to myself: From now on I will be an "Of course Christian"!... without the extra skin, of course.
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Wed, Apr 30 2014
  • Re: Worldwide flood myths and Noah's Flood

    [quote user="David Paul"] Add to this the situation I have addressed in other threads--that YHWH has stated explicitly that He has deliberately introduced disinformation and misinformation into the mix--and it becomes hideously easy to draw false conclusions about important concerns. And I wouldn't rely too heavily on the Holy Spirit to keep you out
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Sun, Apr 20 2014
  • Re: Theistic Evolutuonists

    [quote user="David Paul"]I think YHWH created creation with physical and mathematical characteristics that are essentially apparitions. By "apparition" I mean that they have a seeming history that in fact never existed or took place. Dinosaurs never existed except as fossils. The Big Bang with the subsequent cosmic inflation just found to be supported
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Mon, Apr 7 2014
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