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  • Re: Logos Now Price Increase

    When I put it in your cart, it gave me $10 off the $99. I was on the Logos Cloud page and noticed that the yearly price is cheaper than Logos Now. Cloud includes Now, correct? What would I miss out on if I went with the Basic Cloud instead of Logos Now?
    Posted to Logos Now by Cynthia Tucker on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: Two Excellent Resources Back at Faithlife!!!

    Will definitely be picking these up! I love surveys, outlines, introductions, charts, etc.
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: Book by Book on Faithlife TV

    Great!
    Posted to Faithlife TV by Cynthia Tucker on Sat, Aug 6 2016
  • Re: Book by Book on Faithlife TV

    Wow! This has absolutely made my day! Thanks!
    Posted to Faithlife TV by Cynthia Tucker on Fri, Aug 5 2016
  • Re: Book by Book on Faithlife TV

    I only see the book of Proverbs in Faithlife TV. Will the whole series be available at some point? I was actually planning to buy these from their site soon, but I won't if Faithlife will have them.
    Posted to Faithlife TV by Cynthia Tucker on Fri, Aug 5 2016
  • Re: Faithlife: Thanks for all the free stuff!

    Thanks FL for helping us rightly divide the word of truth!
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sat, Jun 25 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    I'm not at all worried about Logos' future. [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] I appreciate everyone's concern, and I know that what's being expressed here is normal concern both for your own investment in our tools as well as for the people who were laid off. I would love to explain to you in detail why you don't need to worry about the company. But it would
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Fri, Jan 8 2016
  • Re: camp 1

    It's definitely worth it, especially with all the changes in the last few years. I go every two years or so. [quote user="William Bingham"] I went to Camp logos 1 many years ago....I think Logos 4 might have been 3. Would it be a good idea to attend again with logos 6 out and logos now.....? Are there enough "new" ideas in working more efficiently in
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Fri, Jan 8 2016
  • Re: No Chronological Bibles?

    Thanks, I'll keep an eye out when I get to that section. [quote user="Thomas Wenck"] Be forewarned: there are typos in the Wiki Chronological Reading Plan Lists. By typos I DO NOT mean that I disagree with the chronology. Rather, these are flat-out typos in the short names of some books and in the chapter/verse references. E.G. when reading in the Kings
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Mon, Jan 4 2016
  • Re: No Chronological Bibles?

    We may have purchased the same one, though I've decided not to use it but to stick with Logos. [quote user="Bruce Roth"] I found an e-book NIV Study Bible still on sale for $4 out in the jungle. I got one the other day. [/quote]
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Mon, Jan 4 2016
  • Re: No Chronological Bibles?

    Ah ok, I followed Keep Smiling's directions before seeing this, which seems to be simpler as it eliminates creating a separate passage list. I see I would have pasted the verses in that Resource box at the bottom. Thanks! This is helpful for future reference. [quote user="MJ. Smith"] 1. Documents ==> New Reading Plan 2. Generate Reading plan 3. Paste
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Re: Custom Reading Plan

    Success! Thank you! I did have the bright idea to try a Passage list, but that didn't work either because I was still trying to paste the verses instead of choosing Add and then from clipboard. Why are these instructions not listed ANYWHERE? Lol. [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"] [quote user="Cynthia Tucker"]I wanted to do the elaborate Old Testament
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Re: Custom Reading Plan

    That option allows me to choose from common Bible divisions, but not copy and paste any verses. I wanted to do the elaborate Old Testament reading plan from the Wiki, and it said I could copy and paste those verses into a reading plan document, but it won't let me do them all at once, which is crazy if I have to do them one by one. [quote user="Graham
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Re: No Chronological Bibles?

    Well, after spending several hours figuring out the way I prefer to do this, I am using the Chronological plan Mark created in a layout linked to the Synopsis of the OT. I did it this way because I really wanted a plan that integrates the Chronicles into the appropriate places in Genesis. I found a chronological plan in the Wiki that does this, but
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Custom Reading Plan

    Okayyyy, some things in Logos are harder than they need to be. I decided to try one of the reading plans in the Wiki. I copied all the verses and pasted them in the Reference box in the Reading Plan panel in Logos. But it won't let me Add Session. Don't tell me each of these verses have to be pasted one by one. I've read old threads and even Morris
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Re: No Chronological Bibles?

    Oh, I see. That thread is in the Files thread, a place I didn't look, but should have thought to look in first! [quote user="MJ. Smith"] You did see the reference on page one to https://community.logos.com/forums/t/79994.aspx didn't you? [/quote]
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Re: No Chronological Bibles?

    No! Not sure how I missed that. Off to check it out! Thanks. [quote user="MJ. Smith"] You did see the reference on page one to https://community.logos.com/forums/t/79994.aspx didn't you? [/quote]
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Re: No Chronological Bibles?

    Well I checked it out and it won't work. It looks like it only covers passages that have parallels, and it's not in chronological order. Not sure what the logic is, but the first harmony is the Passover. So I'll just read the Chronological NIV study Bible that I purchased on the Kindle. But I may refer to this harmony as I read. [quote user="Sascha
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Re: No Chronological Bibles?

    This actually might work, at least for the Old Testament. It does cover the whole OT, right? I had forgotten about this book. So many books it's easy to forget what I have! Thanks! [quote user="Sascha John"] something like this? [/quote]
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Re: No Chronological Bibles?

    No, I don't care about the dates of the books. Just a bible that arranges the storyline somewhat in order. Actually I am studying a lot on my own, as I'm writing my own chronological, harmonized Bible. But right now, I just want to read a chronological Bible in a regular translation, just for my personal reading time, rather than studying, which is
    Posted to General by Cynthia Tucker on Sun, Jan 3 2016
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