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  • Re: 8.1 (8.1.0.0016) is Now Available

    [quote user="David Taylor Jr"] [quote user="Graham Owen"]To be 100% clear I'm not arguing that Faithlife should stop working on the new stuff, I think that some of the new tools have real potential. All I'm asking for is to know what of the "missing" will be fixed, what will never be fixed and for the stuff that will be fixed when can we expect the
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Sat, Dec 15 2018
  • Re: 8.1 (8.1.0.0016) is Now Available

    [quote user="David Taylor Jr"] [quote user="doc"] because they keep treating customers with disrespect, don't take your customers for granted[/quote] That hasn't happened here. [/quote] I am one of those who would 100% agree that when releasing 8 Faithlife showed little respect for existing users the exception being the warning about the changes to
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Sat, Dec 15 2018
  • Re: 8.1 (8.1.0.0016) is Now Available

    [quote user="doc"]The thing about old customers is they have invested a lot of money in FL to enable them to be still in business so they could release Logos 8 and reach out to new customers. Both groups of customers need to be considered rather than turning upside existing customers experience of the software overnight and not even having that new
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Thu, Dec 13 2018
  • Re: 8.1 (8.1.0.0016) is Now Available

    [quote user="Andrew Batishko (Faithlife)"] [quote user="doc"]Why did Logos remove this in the first place.[/quote] We didn't modify the old home page. Instead, we completely started over from scratch. There wasn't time to implement the feature you are talking about in the new implementation, and the old implementation could not be kept, as it is not
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Wed, Dec 12 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="David Paul"]It seems to me that the greatest motivating factor in the KJV only debate is the desire to circumvent the entire need for textual criticism. [/quote] Except as soon as a choice has to be made between two or more manuscripts reading then Textual Criticism applies so whether people accept it or not Textus Receptus was the result
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="EastTN"] [quote user="Graham Owen"] ... Quite a few quote an Ian Paisley book that from memory has "Old Sword" in the title which is out of print. [/quote] I believe the Ian Paisley book you're thinking of may be My Plea for the Old Sword . [/quote] That'll be the one, thanks.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Wed, Dec 5 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    One final suggestion from me is looking at the work of Zane Hodges and Arthur Farstad, they both make the case for the Majority Text which is nominally a third option so they get criticism from both sides. Both are often quoted in works where the textual conflict is raised as they are seen as having a more reasoned view/approach on the older versus
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Wed, Dec 5 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    Outside of Logos, last time I looked there were some well written Thesis on the topic from both sides of the debate, can't honestly say that I have ever read anything truly neutral on this though. Quite a few quote an Ian Paisley book that from memory has "Old Sword" in the title which is out of print. For those advocating the KJV, or more accurately
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Wed, Dec 5 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    Williams, James B., and Randolph Shaylor, eds. God’s Word in Our Hands: The Bible Preserved for Us. Greenville, SC; Belfast, Northern Ireland: Ambassador Emerald International, 2003. Williams, James B., and Randolph Shaylor, eds. From the Mind of God to the Mind of Man: A Layman’s Guide to How We Got Our Bible. Greenville, SC; Belfast, Northern
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Wed, Dec 5 2018
  • Re: Rating Resources Using Information Panel

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] [quote user="Graham Owen"]Thought in 7 it was also in viewable and editable from the resource information panel. [/quote] This still works in Logos 8 [/quote] Thanks Graham Got it now, needed to look at a resource that I had rated to figure where it was definitely hard to find on a resource that has not been rated.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Wed, Dec 5 2018
  • Re: Rating Resources Using Information Panel

    [quote user="John Fidel"]It is still in the information pane in the library or in the information panel for a particular resource. It is very light and easy to miss.[/quote] Seen it there John thanks Thought in 7 it was also in viewable and editable from the resource information panel.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Wed, Dec 5 2018
  • Rating Resources Using Information Panel

    This capability seems to be missing in 8, is this correct?
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Wed, Dec 5 2018
  • Re: Misleading Discount for Pillar New Testament

    The other confusing thing is that there always seems to be a better deal for less, the same or a bit more that gets you some extras. I can get Pillar plus the volume on pre-pub for about the same in one collection and the OT Bible Speaks Today with some other bits that I want for not a lot more! Once again I'm note sure the published savings are the
    Posted to Logos.com by Graham Owen on Tue, Dec 4 2018
  • Re: Misleading Discount for Pillar New Testament

    [quote user="Levi Durfey"] A recent discussion on this issue is here: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/175822.aspx?PageIndex=1 [/quote] Thanks Levi The I'd missed the Tool Tip and that helps in understanding how the calculation is made, still think the headline is misleading but the Tool Tip does provide enough information to make a reasonably informed
    Posted to Logos.com by Graham Owen on Tue, Dec 4 2018
  • Re: Misleading Discount for Pillar New Testament

    Similar concern with the OT and NT Bible Speaks Today, I only need the 33 OT volumes and the price is $234.06 which is definitely better than the $349.99 25% off sale price for the OT only but I'm not sure how they get the 66% of Dynamic Pricing figure.
    Posted to Logos.com by Graham Owen on Tue, Dec 4 2018
  • Misleading Discount for Pillar New Testament

    Web site suggests that my dynamic discount is 90% but I own all but 2 of the volumes in this collection. The cost of those two volumes outside of the collection is $89.98 my Dynamic Price for the collection is $48.45 which may be a 90% saving off the full set but it is not a true reflection of the saving that I would make.
    Posted to Logos.com by Graham Owen on Tue, Dec 4 2018
  • Re: Conflict of Interest?

    [quote user="James McAdams"]...but still think some kind of badges might be a good idea.[/quote] I think the challenge here would be determining what warrants the issuing of the badge or badges. Would there be a minimum value in $ before a badge is issued? Would there be a time limit on the badge? i.e. would it expire if no benefit was received for
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Sun, Dec 2 2018
  • Re: Conflict of Interest?

    I think it is quite easy to work out who MIGHT have benefited in some small way from helping Faithlife by Beta testing Logos and in my opinion there is no evidence that as a group they exhibit any positive bias compared to other users.
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Sun, Dec 2 2018
  • Re: Search for the "blood of Jesus Christ"

    [quote user="Tes"] [quote user="Graham Owen"]I have heard the statement that concerns you many times, [/quote] Would you please elaborate it? I am not aware of your comments. What is the statement that concerns me? [quote user="Graham Owen"]it is often used with good intentions but every explanation that I have been given has lacked Bible support.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Sat, Dec 1 2018
  • Re: Search for the "blood of Jesus Christ"

    [quote user="Beloved"] [quote user="Tes"] [quote user="Graham Owen"]it is often used with good intentions but every explanation that I have been given has lacked Bible support. [/quote] I haven't understood what you mean. which has lacked Bible support. [/quote] I'm not Graham, but I offer this for your study: Is Pleading the Blood of Jesus Biblical
    Posted to Logos 8 by Graham Owen on Sat, Dec 1 2018
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