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  • Re: Help identifying greek characters

    Hi Edil, I haven't figured out the first word yet (though it starts - so**) but the last one is ποικίλμα - poikilma in English letters. Shalom, Colin
    Posted to General by Colin on Thu, Sep 3 2020
  • Re: Learning Biblical Hebrew Workbook

    Thanks very much for this. Shalom, Colin.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Colin on Tue, Aug 25 2020
  • Re: Learning Biblical Hebrew Workbook

    Hi Daniel, Thanks for explaining your work-arounds and for persisting with pleading for this resource to be improved and made more user-friendly. I have just had a look at it and am shocked with how difficult it is to use. I am particularly surprised because this is a Lexham Press resource! Surely if any books in Logos format ought to be easy to navigate
    Posted to Lexham Press by Colin on Mon, Aug 24 2020
  • Re: Two Exoduses

    [quote user="Landon Brake"]That leads into chapters 14–17, where Jesus performs two exoduses—water crossings and wilderness feedings—one for Jewish people, one for Gentile people. [/quote] Hi Landon, This thread has gone off track a little but I think I can shed a little light on your original question. There are 3 stories being referred
    Posted to General by Colin on Tue, Jul 21 2020
  • Re: Bug: Broken reference error NAC Exodus

    Hi Michael, It's not a book, it's a journal article. From what I can see in the forums, some back issues used to be available in Logos but they aren't any more. Shalom, Colin
    Posted to Logos 8 by Colin on Fri, Jun 26 2020
  • Re: A Morph search

    John, You beat me to it! I had just started typing and looked back to check a detail. Carl, There's nothing to forgive! I have nothing but respect and admiration for someone who keeps on learning as the years pass by. Shalom, Colin.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Colin on Fri, Mar 6 2020
  • Re: A Morph search

    Hi Carl, The reason neither you nor Graham can get any results in a search for a 1st person masculine singular verb is because Hebrew verbs have no distinction between masculine and feminine i n the first person . There is only one form, often called a '1st person common singular.' In the Logos morph search it is called unmarked gender. I hope this
    Posted to Logos 8 by Colin on Fri, Mar 6 2020
  • Re: Christian Song (off topic but MJ Smith might know)

    Hi Chrisser, Perhaps you're aware of this but it's a chant of the Nicene Creed in Greek. Although the chanting style can make some of the words difficult to hear, it would look like this in our alphabet. (according to http://www.prayerfoundation.org/nicene_creed.htm ) These words are found in the full (9 mins 11 secs) of the chant in the link above
    Posted to General by Colin on Fri, Feb 28 2020
  • Re: Grammar: learnt in The Bible for Everyone

    Hi Dale, I see what you mean about the inconsistency. I'm wondering if the difference is in the tense of the verb? For example, I would instinctively say "I learn, I learned, I have learnt." Does that pattern match the usage? Colin
    Posted to General by Colin on Fri, Feb 14 2020
  • Re: Grammar: learnt in The Bible for Everyone

    Hi Dale, NT Wright is British and this is one of those words which varies in usage depending if you are from USA/UK. I'm sure it looks really odd to you - but it's correct on our side of the pond. Just spare a thought for us poor British English speakers since Logos editions are almost always American ones! Colin
    Posted to General by Colin on Fri, Feb 14 2020
  • Re: Desert Fathers

    Hi Martin, I have no expertise in this area but I noticed that earlier in the book there is a paragraph about powers which may shed light on your sentence. It seems that lower spiritual powers involve the mind - memory, understanding and imagination, while the higher ones involve the will and perhaps the emotions - love. 'Thus his spiritual combat continued
    Posted to General by Colin on Thu, Jan 2 2020
  • Re: Free Book Code for January

    Hi Natalie, For me it is 3 of the volumes of John Newton. https://ebooks.faithlife.com/products/10073/the-works-of-john-newton-vol-4 https://ebooks.faithlife.com/products/10071/the-works-of-john-newton-vol-2 https://ebooks.faithlife.com/products/10075/the-works-of-john-newton-vol-6 Thanks for looking into it, Colin.
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by Colin on Thu, Jan 2 2020
  • Re: Suggestion: Biblical Hebrew by Page H. Kelley

    Hi Caleb, The book you're asking for has been through pre-pub and is now available on pre-order. See here: https://www.logos.com/product/156276/biblical-hebrew-an-introductory-grammar Shalom, Colin
    Posted to Suggestions by Colin on Tue, Dec 17 2019
  • Re: Is this THE Lectures on Calvinism?

    Hi Liam, The content is the same as the one you link to. Here are the chapter headings: FIRST LECTURE Calvinism a Life-system SECOND LECTURE Calvinism and Religion THIRD LECTURE Calvinism and Politics FOURTH LECTURE Calvinism and Science FIFTH LECTURE Calvinism and Art SIXTH LECTURE Calvinism and the Future Abraham Kuyper, Calvinism: Six Lectures Delivered
    Posted to General by Colin on Sat, Dec 1 2018
  • Re: Upgrade discount

    Thanks very much Glenn for responding so quickly. One of my reasons for asking is to see if it makes sense for me to buy the biggest library I can afford first. Another reason is that I can't find any figures for the levels of discount on the website. To clarify, are you saying I will always receive a certain level of discount on the basis of my academic
    Posted to Logos 8 by Colin on Mon, Oct 29 2018
  • Re: Upgrade discount

    Hi, Since the discounts don't display separately any more, I don't think I have any way of checking whether or not the 30% discount for connect subscribers stacks on top of the academic discount. It did for Logos 7 and there were multiple threads about it at the time. Could someone tell me if users who receive academic discount also receive a further
    Posted to Logos 8 by Colin on Mon, Oct 29 2018
  • Re: Just a Few More Days for L8

    [quote user="EastTN"]Logos has gotten to the point where the core software is powerful enough for most users. I think FaithLife would be well served shifting some development resources from adding new features to rethinking the user interface. Good interface design is a specialty, and can make a real difference in how a program feels. [/quote] I think
    Posted to General by Colin on Fri, Jul 27 2018
  • Re: 40 days missing in John 1

    Hi Dave, I'm wondering if you've misread John's account a little. John's Gospel does not directly relate the baptism of the Lord Jesus. In John 1:32-34 we read JTB's testimony about the Lord Jesus where JTB recalls what he witnessed when he baptised Jesus. This is clearly an event which took place sometime in the past which John is remembering and referring
    Posted to General by Colin on Sun, Jul 22 2018
  • Re: O'Brien commentaries and Academics

    Oh Denise, you've got me wrong - I very rarely add a smiley face. I agree, it's very interesting - I must take a closer look. Colin.
    Posted to General by Colin on Mon, Jun 18 2018
  • Re: O'Brien commentaries and Academics

    [quote user="Denise"]Yesterday, I got stuck on a famous word in Psa 23. [/quote] Aw Denise you can't leave us hanging like this Which word? Colin
    Posted to General by Colin on Mon, Jun 18 2018
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