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  • Re: Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics (13 vols.) (over 10,000 pages)

    Posted to General by David J. Wilson on Wed, Apr 29 2015
  • Re: Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics (13 vols.) (over 10,000 pages)

    Seems to be reasonably well tagged: the section on Adultery (Jewish) shows multiple tags not only to the expected OT material but also to Mishna and the equivalent Adultery (Muslim) section has the Qu'ran and Surah references tagged. Christianity and the civil law has references to Historis Ecclesiastics, which bring up the appropriate sections of LLS
    Posted to General by David J. Wilson on Tue, Apr 28 2015
  • Re: Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics (13 vols.) (over 10,000 pages)

    Might be worth you picking up a set and checking it more thoroughly within the, what is it, "30 day" return window of opportunity ? Like many resources of that vintage, some articles will be of historic interest only while others with be sufficient for current use as they stand. I also have a problem with vintage traditional books unless of very special
    Posted to General by David J. Wilson on Tue, Apr 28 2015
  • Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics (13 vols.) (over 10,000 pages)

    Just thought I should remind everyone potentially interested that this 13 volume Encyclopedia is closing this Friday in Community Pricing and is currently listed as going for $30 USD (with an intended regular price of almost $350 USD. It will likely be available very quickly as it downloaded last Sunday to those who had purchased it as part of the Diamond
    Posted to General by David J. Wilson on Tue, Apr 28 2015
  • Re: Infant Baptism - Recommended Resources

    The general theme for these is that: Baptisme is the seal of the Covenant A Brief Illustration and Confirmation Of the Divine Right of Infant Baptism, Dickinson, J. (1746) BOSTON: Printed and Sold by S. Kneeland and T. Green in Queen-Street. LLS:EVANS04628 THE DIVINE RIGHT OF Infant-Baptisme Asserted and Proved from SCRIPTURE And ANTIQVITY. By INCREASE
    Posted to General by David J. Wilson on Sat, Apr 11 2015
  • Re: Logos you are trying my patience with your irresponsibility in coding

    [quote user="George Somsel"] Is it ee-ther or ii-ther? [/quote] "ee-ther" is that theoretical vapor that fills the space between the planets and stars and out of which new ideas are plucked.... "ii-ther" is very very cold "ee-ther" as experienced on the east coast of North America during the winter months (November to May, perhaps even early June this
    Posted to Orthodox Products by David J. Wilson on Sat, Apr 11 2015
  • Re: Logos you are trying my patience with your irresponsibility in coding

    Perhaps we might be able to understand this as a degree of confusion which may exist in some parts as to whether a Homily is a Sermon ? Some seem to think it definitely is, others seem to think it is something entirely different from what they understand as a sermon, still others think a homily is a type of sermon. So whether you should consider a homily
    Posted to Orthodox Products by David J. Wilson on Sat, Apr 11 2015
  • Re: CP: The Didascalia Apostolorum - closes on April 10

    Entry from the Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church: https://www.logos.com/product/2227/the-oxford-dictionary-of-the-christian-church-rev-ed Didascalia Apostolorum. An early ‘Church Order’, professedly ‘the Catholic Teaching of the Twelve Apostles and holy Disciples of our Redeemer’ (Syriac title). Its author, prob. a physician who had been converted
    Posted to General by David J. Wilson on Thu, Apr 9 2015
  • Re: Master journal Bundle Progress

    Glad to hear that it is in production and also glad that this does not involve starting 1280+ volumes from scratch at how many a day: many are already available so it should not take four to six years to finish........
    Posted to General by David J. Wilson on Thu, Apr 9 2015
  • Re: Use of projectors for increased screen space / resolution size

    For me the solution is multiple monitors (three) at a minimum 1920 * 1080 resolution each: 24 or 25 inch size work well and you may want to try at least one in portrait mode rather than landscape orientation. I take it your machine is a laptop and may only have one external monitor connection. If it has USB 3.0 ports you could use these to add additional
    Posted to General by David J. Wilson on Thu, Apr 9 2015
  • Re: CP: The Didascalia Apostolorum - closes on April 10

    The Didascalia Apostolorum —literally “the teaching of the apostles”—is a third-century document expanded from the Didache of the first century AD. Considered by most Church Fathers to be of actual apostolic origin, scholars now believe it is likely of Syrian or Antiochene provenance, compiled by a prominent Syrian bishop. Originally written in Greek
    Posted to General by David J. Wilson on Thu, Apr 9 2015
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