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  • Re: Newman's "The Arians of the Fourth Century" Tagging Problem

    [quote user="Mike Pettit"] To be honest I do not think that Logos particularly care about non biblical resource tagging, which really undermines the whole point of building up a purely Logos library. We are told that old resources will be brought up to date by existing tagging being updated but even new resources are often barely tagged. I was looking
    Posted to Logos 4 by Hapax Legomena on Mon, Sep 5 2011
  • Re: 1534 Tyndale Bible PBB

    Very nice. Thank you.
    Posted to Files by Hapax Legomena on Mon, Aug 29 2011
  • Re: The Didache

    Can anyone tell me why the Apostolic Fathers interlinear now on pre-pub is preferable to the Kirsopp Lake Apostolic Fathers (with Rick Brannan interlinear) I now have? Is it just the difference between the underlying LCL text and the Holmes text?
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Mon, Aug 29 2011
  • Re: Newman collection to be merged into Catholic Library Builder

    I also did not get that licence. I e-mailed customer service.
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Wed, Aug 24 2011
  • Re: Newman collection to be merged into Catholic Library Builder

    Well, I bit. I had probably 60 percent of the collection already. But there was enough value in the other 40 percent for me.
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Wed, Aug 24 2011
  • Re: liberal or progressive resources

    [quote user="Chris myers"] . . . I'm an Episcopalian who believes that the Bible is a beautiful, truthful, messy document that comes maximally alive when thoroughly chewed on and questioned. . . . [/quote] Then you might enjoy: http://www.logos.com/product/5748/a-marginal-jew-rethinking-the-historical-jesus
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Sun, Aug 21 2011
  • Re: recommendations for complete bible commentary set

    TheTyndale Commentaries ( http://www.logos.com/product/8593/tyndale-commentaries ).
    Posted to Logos 4 by Hapax Legomena on Mon, Aug 15 2011
  • Re: A Clue?

    ST: I didn't say there was no value to many of the collections. But some collections have exceedingly limited value for biblical stidies. I've ordered the collections which I believe will be helpful (I read Greek and Latin and am interested in Islam) and passed on the others. Logos is about Bible study. I don't want my Bible study library filled with
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Sat, Aug 13 2011
  • Re: A Clue?

    Because of the Classics Collection, I may have to get the Big LSJ now.
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Sat, Aug 13 2011
  • Re: A Clue?

    I think the Classics Collection and the Duke Papyri Collection will be very helpful and possibly the Arabic Collection. I have ordered them. Thank you Logos. I have passed on the others. I can't see what use thousands of copies of a Civil War newspaper could be for biblical study.
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Sat, Aug 13 2011
  • Re: Academic Pricing in Beta!

    [quote user="David McClister"] Merriam-Webster definition #2 of "gender": a : sex , as in " the feminine gender" Concise Oxford Dictionary definition #1: 1 the state of being male or female; the members of one or other sex. [/quote] Nouns have gender. People have sex.
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Tue, Jul 26 2011
  • Re: Academic Pricing in Beta!

    The academic pricing form asked me about my "gender." I don't have a "gender." I am a human being. I have a sex. It is male.
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Sat, Jul 23 2011
  • Re: Meet and Greet (plus sale)

    Questions Name: Brad Where you call home (general or specific): The Bluegrass State Occupation: Lawyer Age: 50 How long you've been using Logos Bible Software: 3 years. Your most-used Logos resource (other than the Bible): ABD Your #1 use for Logos: Academic study. Favorite non-Logos pastime: Family time. Random fact that gives others a glimpse into
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Tue, Jun 14 2011
  • Re: Announcing a new blog for Catholic users of Logos

    [quote user="Andrew Jones"] . . . We are actively acquiring new titles, including many of those obviously lacking, such as the Catechism and the papal encyclicals, and are planning Catholic oriented packages. . . . [/quote] Oh great, now I get to spend even more money on Logos![:'(]
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Tue, Jun 14 2011
  • Re: Announcing a new blog for Catholic users of Logos

    I look forward to visiting often.
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Sun, Jun 12 2011
  • Re: AYBRL Day

    Now $999.95.
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Fri, Jun 10 2011
  • AYBRL Day

    Can it be? After all these delays? I received an e-mail message from Logos that they were about to begin processing orders.
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Fri, Jun 10 2011
  • Re: Biblical Languages: Reference Grammars and Introductions (19 Vols.)

    You're forgiven -- it's a worthy cause!
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Thu, Jun 2 2011
  • Re: Top Three Pre-Pubs and why

    Meier''s books ( The Marginal Jew ) have been cited approvingly by Pope Benedict. I don't consider him a "pop" Theologan! Seriously, I'm familiar with the Habermus book. The extrinsic factual evidence for the life of Jesus is strong. While the "Quest fo the Historical Jesus" trend oft goes (far, far) astray, it's a fascinating intellectual field. There
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Thu, Jun 2 2011
  • Re: Top Three Pre-Pubs and why

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] A Marginal Jew: Rethinking the Historical Jesus is worthy of reading to become familiar with this new "fad" (as I view it) that has influenced so many. [/quote] The new "Historical Jesus" fad has been going on for a few hundred years now. (A particular interest of mine) In any event, tis is my chance to plug: http://www
    Posted to General by Hapax Legomena on Thu, Jun 2 2011
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