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  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    Amen
    Posted to General by Richard Masciantonio on Tue, Jul 5 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    No Mike, just my way of signing off. Believe me my skin is fine and I’m comfortable in it. As you can imagine I’ve been down this road a number of times and always enjoy it. Again God bless!
    Posted to General by Richard Masciantonio on Fri, Jul 1 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    Hello Joe, This is Richard. I understand and agree with the point you’re making, and I would suggest to you that Logos has been doing that up to this time, just look at the product list. But let’s not forget or ignore we’re not talking about hammers and screws (not to over-emphasize your valid illustration) we are talking about truth here. And while
    Posted to General by Richard Masciantonio on Fri, Jul 1 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    Richard Thank you for the word of caution, but please note a number of things. Bob’s comment on “out of control Protestants” is a caricature at best. As I sated in my last post, all those who have true faith in Christ enjoy true catholicity. We see this in the fact that Reformed, Lutheran, Pentecostal/Charismatic and others who enjoy fellowship with
    Posted to General by Richard Masciantonio on Fri, Jul 1 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    Michael I’m glad you noticed the ‘market’ factor here; though I hope that’s not the reason Logos brought Andrew on board. My point is Logos can publish RC titles without a project manager as they have done in the past and many of which I have purchased. My point, which I made in my post, is that many Roman Catholic works will of necessity reduce the
    Posted to General by Richard Masciantonio on Fri, Jul 1 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    Bob, Thanks for bad mouthing 95% of your customer base. As for Logos' new Catholic project manager As a former Roman Catholic and convinced Protestant, but someone who is still interested in Roman Catholic theology, I am disappointed with the decision by Logos to introduce this emphasis in their product line. Nothing personal against Andrew, but to
    Posted to General by Richard Masciantonio on Fri, Jul 1 2011
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