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  • Re: Should I Prioritize LSJ in my Library?

    My word studies typically start off with my "trifecta": BDAG, L&N, and LSJ This starting point is recommended by the institution I study at.
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Wed, Sep 14 2016
  • Re: Oxford Latin Dictionary 2nd Edition

    Thank you for letting us know!
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Mon, Jun 25 2018
  • Re: What is a "Reformed Baptist?"

    Rob, the 1689 federalism link is very helpful. The Association of Reformed Baptist Churches in America also has a publishing ministry at http://www.rbap.net . Many worthwhile books there.
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Tue, Sep 4 2018
  • Re: Best Scholarly Works on the Parables of Jesus

    Blomberg's Interpreting the Parables is and Snodgrass' Stories with Intent have been recommended to me. Stories with Intent now has a 2nd edition on Pre-Pub .
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Thu, Sep 20 2018
  • Re: The Cascadia Syntax Graphs of the New Testament Database

    I believe OP is talking about this: https://www.logos.com/product/25598/cascadia-syntax-graphs-of-the-new-testament-dataset It has no purchase button, and does not seem to be a part of any set. I too would like to know how to get this dataset.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Kevin Wang on Wed, Sep 26 2018
  • Purchasing different tradition packages separately?

    Hello, I was wondering for those of you who purchased packages from different "traditions", whether or not you bought them separately or all together with the 25%-off first-upgrade? I'm trying to figure out if purchasing one bigger package with 25% off and then a smaller package with dynamic pricing would be more affordable than purchasing the two together
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kevin Wang on Sat, Nov 3 2018
  • Re: Missed opportunity on Church Father

    I agree, this would be a useful addition to the Logos system.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Kevin Wang on Fri, Nov 9 2018
  • Re: 現代中文譯本修訂版插圖保留了嗎?

    Logos 的電子版沒有紙本的插圖。英文的 “Good News Bible” 用同樣的插圖,所以插圖的版權應該不在現代中文譯本裡。
    Posted to 中文 (Chinese) by Kevin Wang on Fri, Nov 16 2018
  • Re: Basics of Biblical Hebrew

    If you are referring to the Charts of Biblical Hebrew book, I rarely use it. In fact, I've only used it once when I couldn't find my laminated sheet. The Laminated sheet is much more useful and much more convenient to have. It's almost always by my side
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Sat, Dec 31 2016
  • Re: Crash: Selecting "note" window to make edits crashes Logos

    Any word on progress? This is happening to other resources and on multiple computers. A fix with this bug would make reading texts + taking notes much smoother. Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Kevin Wang on Mon, Jan 9 2017
  • Re: Word Biblical Commentaries

    I mentioned this in another thread earlier, but I would recommend people use Longman III's Old Testament Commentary Survey and Carson's New Testament Commentary Survey as a reference for what to buy. Beware that the Logos version of the NTCS is the 6th edition, and the newer 7th edition is unfortunately bundled and therefore prohibitively expensive
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Wed, Dec 14 2016
  • Re: Build a Libary with the Best Commentaries

    My recommendation is to use Longman III's Old Testament Commentary Survey and Carson's New Testament Commentary survey as a reference for what to buy. I don't like the best bible commentaries website because the idea of a "best" commentary, as mentioned above, is arbitrary. At the very least Longman and Carson explain how they feel about the commentaries
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Wed, Dec 14 2016
  • Re: Crash: Selecting "note" window to make edits crashes Logos

    Please see the linked unlisted video in youtube. Link: https://youtu.be/qoPqIRMBllE (1) I opened my reading layout (though this happens even without opening a layout) (2) I double clicked "made" and had the dictionary pull up the definition (though all I need to do is just have another tab open on top of the "notes" (3) I highlighted a group of words
    Posted to Logos 7 by Kevin Wang on Wed, Jan 4 2017
  • Re: Best Conservative Old Testament Introduction

    I recommend this: https://www.logos.com/product/145483/crossway-biblical-theological-introduction-collection A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament: The Gospel Promised by Miles Van Pelt
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Mon, Feb 12 2018
  • Re: How to search phrases in BHS with morphological sensitivity?

    I would do a "morph" search (one of the search functions): Lemma:(root) NEAR Lemma:(root) Hope this helps
    Posted to Logos 7 by Kevin Wang on Mon, Nov 27 2017
  • Re: Is Hebrew or Greek more important?

    As you know and others have mentioned, and as I will repeat, learning both is the way to go. The interconnectedness of the Old and New Testaments are such that learning both will open up quite a bit of exegetical insight. However, if I were to recommend one, I would recommend Greek. (1) The amount of linguistic research and material available for Koine
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Sat, Oct 21 2017
  • Re: Theological Problems with John Frame?

    I don't think this is the right forum to talk about these things. I would recommend taking your question to the Reformed Baptist Fellowship & Theology Forum in Facebook. They are big fans of Barcellos there (and Barcellos is in it), so they would probably have more to say.
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Fri, Nov 3 2017
  • Did you get your pre-pub refund?

    Hello all, I was wondering if any of you remember there being a pre-pub resource (Something from Luther?) last year that had its price changed, and then there was a promise of store credit for those who jumped in on the early pre-pub price. I'm not sure if I ever received that credit, and I am looking for the thread where it was talked about, but I
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Fri, Feb 2 2018
  • Re: Fifth Edition (UBS5) w/ Critical Apparatus vs Nestle-Aland 28th Edition, w/ Critical Apparatus

    Since the NA28 and UBS5 text is the same, if you just want the latest critical greek text, then get the UBS5 without the apparatus. If you want to eventually get into textual critical issues, then the NA28 is a necessary purchase.
    Posted to General by Kevin Wang on Sun, Dec 9 2018
  • Why is Parologiae Graecae not available yet for community-pricing bidders?

    Can Faithlife address why those who bought-in via community pricing have yet to receive the product? I'm not pleased with the fact that we bid on these products (a relatively significant financial commitment), establishing the potential funds to push this project forward, only to see that others have it while we do not. Even the academic blog (theLAB
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kevin Wang on Wed, Jan 9 2019
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