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  • Re: Qn. re: purchase of WBC

    [quote user="Is Mebin"]Sorry to hear that Bill...it will only be a good deal for Aussies then. (Believe me, it very rarely happens that way...lol)[/quote] Thanks for the note. The 40% charge for international orders sounds quite high (though our friends who face VATs perhaps tell a sadder tale). I think I will e-mail Koorong to ask how they came to
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Wed, Aug 24 2011
  • Re: Qn. re: purchase of WBC

    [quote user="Is Mebin"]But, I was wondering if the Logos version (from the Logos website I mean) is different from the Libronix (L3?) edition available from Christian bookstores as a stand alone product. (See: http://orders.koorong.com/search/product/word-biblical-commentary-59-vol-edition-wbc-cd/9781418571450.jhtml;jsessionid=71B7432481EE0FF5AC8C176CD15D474E
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Tue, Aug 23 2011
  • Re: Off Topic: Good and Bad Preaching

    I recently posed a form of this thread's central question to our church board, along with a buffet of possible responses as to what makes a "good" sermon. The consensus response from our board was that there was no consensus response. My definition of a "good" sermon is one that offers the word God deems necessary for that sermon's audience -- a definition
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Tue, Aug 23 2011
  • Upgrade pricing structure question

    This is not the most important question you will deal with...in the next 15 seconds, but..... I own the Leader's base package. On my upgrade page, the retail price of the Silver package is, rounded off, 60% higher than the retail price of the Scholar's package. My upgrade price for the for the Silver package is, again rounded off, 120% higher than the
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Aug 18 2011
  • Re: $5/month Adminstration Charge for Resouces purchased on a payment plan

    [quote user="Super Tramp"]It is one $5 fee per card transaction. The EEC plans with different payment spacings will only incur the fee when those payments are processed. It truly is an administrative fee and not interest.[/quote] What to call the $5 per credit card transaction is a debate that seems to rise in the forums occasionally. Technically, it
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Tue, Aug 2 2011
  • Re: IVP New Testament Studies Collection on Prepub

    [quote user="Bill Coley"] I'm not clear on the rules for external links, but the IVP Website lists this collection at $249.95 retail , and currently on sale for $199.96, in advance of an August 2011 release. What's more, the listing describes the purchase as a Logos 4 download. Can that be correct? Bill Here's the link; apologies if such links are not
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Wed, Jul 27 2011
  • Re: IVP New Testament Studies Collection on Prepub

    I'm not clear on the rules for external links, but the IVP Website lists this collection at $249.95 retail , and currently on sale for $199.96, in advance of an August 2011 release. What's more, the listing describes the purchase as a Logos 4 download. Can that be correct? Bill Here's the link; apologies if such links are not allowed: http://www.ivpress
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Tue, Jul 26 2011
  • Re: B.C. versus B.C.E.

    [quote user="DMB"]But are you sure the responses were actually deleted? In another thread the Logos penguin-guy said they were re-indexing the database. This thread sounds like it lost much of its comments in the re-indexing. That's my guess anyway.[/quote] I hope you're right about the effects of the indexing. My only comment on this thread is no longer
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Fri, Jul 22 2011
  • Re: The Jewish Encyclopedia 12 Vol. $50.00

    I am now with you. Thanks for pointing this out. Bill
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Jul 21 2011
  • Re: Anyone received the Barclay DSB yet?

    In and indexing. Bill
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Wed, Jul 20 2011
  • Re: Barclay DSB releases 7/19

    I thank the posters in this thread for your helpful comments about the Barclay series. Your reflections were a principal influence in my decision to make the pre-pub purchase.... I guess Logos thanks you, too. Bill
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Mon, Jul 18 2011
  • Re: Here we go again...part 2...

    [quote user="Ted Hans"]I agree David. How does this help Logos if those who are not willing to part with so much of their cash are saying bring it on when they will not make many purchases. Those who want to make a purchase (part with their cash) should be given due consideration as to how realistic it is to be faced with large volumes of items all
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Fri, Jul 15 2011
  • Re: Here we go again...part 2...

    [quote user="David Paul"]Platitudes about free markets and blah blah blah don't matter. [/quote] [quote user="David Paul"]You can toss free market blather at that all day long, but it still doesn't make any sense to me.[/quote] David, Since I am a poster who offered "platitudes" and "blah blah blah" and "blather" about free markets, I suppose I have
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Jul 14 2011
  • Re: Here we go again...part 2...

    David, It often happens that many items I want are "on sale" simultaneously across the E-Commerce universe. Part of me wishes I could afford all of them, but then reality kicks in and I accept my limitations. I don't expect e-tailers to reduce the frequency or quality of their sales just because I can't afford everything I want. The people who benefit
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Jul 14 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Chris Thompson"]You Win ! I Quit ! I have been accused of being a troll, of saying things I didn't say, and being people I have never met. Finally My Christianity was brought into question. It may well be that I don't live up to that name, But I Know enough to realize Who will make that judgment. This debate (or one like it) will linger
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Mon, Jul 11 2011
  • Re: What kind of books does Logos publish?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Dear people of a certain behavior. I say behavior not beliefs because behavior is what is relevant to these forums. Your behavior is counterproductive - in an attempt to point out or convince people that a doctrine or group is Unchristian, you instead turn them away from listening to you. Your behavior implies that you cannot
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Fri, Jul 8 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Schezic"] [quote user="Michael Anda"]What's with all the little weenies we've been seeing of late, anyway?[/quote][quote user="Michael Anda"]I was curious as to who would respond.[/quote] Well, Now you know. [quote user="Bill Coley"]there are times when we need a mirror held up. This is one of those times.[/quote] [/quote] [quote user=
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Jul 7 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Schezic"] [quote user="Bill Coley"]That's still telling to me. Is it to you?[/quote] You read into it what you will. It is just the example that draws the sharpest contrast. 4 of the other choices at least Accept Christ as our Savior.Note that I later asked if someone should be appointed to promote Muslim resources. To your point...I would
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Jul 7 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Schezic"]Yes it is telling...It tells me I read Bob's post.[quote user="Bob Pritchett"]Moving forward we at Logos will try to do an even better job helping you understand what’s what among the books in our library. We will continue to publish Jewish, Muslim, Catholic, Orthodox, and denominationally-specific works. (Along with academic works
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Jul 7 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Schezic"]I never objected to Catholic resources, as I have never objected to agnostic or atheist resources.[/quote] I have to ask: Did you intentionally compare your lack of objection to Catholic resources with your lack of objection to "agnostic or atheist resources," or was that merely a theologically Freudian slip? I bet you also have
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Thu, Jul 7 2011
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