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  • Re: The Impact of Digital Bible Reading

    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Aug 25 2019
  • Re: Has Letter to Romans been studied at secular law schools?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="JRS"]Isn't interesting how soft the accountability was for all things written or spoken prior to the internet? Casual or unintentional plagiarism, assertions without proofs, quotes without citations, urban/theological/ecclesiastical myths, etc. - all were far more readily accepted without challenge[/quote] Not if
    Posted to General by JRS on Mon, Aug 19 2019
  • Re: Has Letter to Romans been studied at secular law schools?

    Isn't interesting how soft the accountability was for all things written or spoken prior to the internet? Casual or unintentional plagiarism, assertions without proofs, quotes without citations, urban/theological/ecclesiastical myths, etc. - all were far more readily accepted without challenge prior to today's fact-checker-in-the-pew racing to Google
    Posted to General by JRS on Mon, Aug 19 2019
  • OT: An Explanation of the Intel Processor Numbering System - All Ten Generations

    Because computer questions come up so often in this forum, I thought the following recent article might be of some interest/use - especially since Intel is introducing a new, 10th Generation processor this fall. "Every Intel Core processor generation varies in how they are numbered. We [the article] will go through each generation from the latest 10th
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Aug 11 2019
  • Inactive Account Manager

    I have written about this previously but to my knowledge nothing ever gets done except for the standard forum answer, "You can will it to someone else, pay$20, etc." or, "Just give your account password to a survivor." But that one-size-fits-all solution just doesn't stretch far enough. Here, for example, is how Google handles the situation: click on
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Jun 27 2019
  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    [quote user="Denise"]I wonder if that's an age-thing.[/quote] I can only speak anecdotally and not authoritatively, but I would think many aging Boomers have found the exit door or, at least, have one foot out the door. Streaming, subscriptions, anything that is always 'on' and always listening, the cloud, Google/FaceBook/Amazon/Apple/Samsung/Microsoft
    Posted to General by JRS on Tue, Jun 25 2019
  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    It's just my two cents worth of observation, but I suspect that there are many people who are getting burned out on all of the technology and whiz-bang stuff that is constantly being thrown at them. Everything is beeping at them from their cars to their refrigerators. Even the simple telephone has become nearly impossible to use because of incessant
    Posted to General by JRS on Tue, Jun 25 2019
  • Re: Shakespeare and Scripture

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] I know this is an old thread, but I found some more: The Bard and the Bible: A Shakespeare Devotional (available in Faithlife Ebook format) And several others not available in Logos or Faithlife Ebook format, which I've requested. See this thread: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/181772.aspx [/quote] Thanx, Rosie, et
    Posted to General by JRS on Mon, Jun 3 2019
  • Re: Not the most concise!

    [quote user="Stephen Steele"] SWCBHAMENGMOWTSCRBSCY1688 [/quote] Sesquipedalian.
    Posted to General by JRS on Fri, May 31 2019
  • Re: OT: The Professor and the Madman

    [quote user="Milkman"] Trailer looks good. mm. [/quote] I suppose that there is an age where one begins to realize the truth of Ecclesiastes, "That which has been is that which will be, And that which has been done is that which will be done. So there is nothing new under the sun." Eccl 1:9 [sigh] I know I reached it long ago and one of the proofs is
    Posted to General by JRS on Mon, May 27 2019
  • OT: The Professor and the Madman

    If you are a fan of the OED and are curious about its origin and compilation, then you might want to view The Professor and the Madman which was just released in America on 10 May. It's an adaptation of The Surgeon of Crowthorne: A Tale of Murder, Madness and Love of Words by Simon Winchester. Mel Gibson, Sean Penn, Natalie Dormer, Jennifer Ehle, Ioan
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, May 26 2019
  • Re: mid-acts dispensationalism and the start of the church

    [quote user="David Thomas"] https://www.logos.com/product/6952/wrongly-dividing-the-word-of-truth The title belongs to the author/publisher and I, as a Logos Bible Software user, am NOT proposing that this position is either right or wrong (that would be a violation of Forum Guidelines). I am merely offering this resource as ONE PERSPECTIVE on hyper
    Posted to General by JRS on Sat, May 25 2019
  • Re: When Social Justice overshadows the Gospel Message

    [quote user="Raffaele Paglialunga"] I don't know what is happening where everyone else is at but from what I have been reading from all sorts of Christian authors, from all different walks of life, I am noticing a growing shift in the Gospel presentation. I love learning by means of reading, as well as listening to different views, especially Christian
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, May 9 2019
  • SUGGESTION: Audio Samples Needed for Audio Book Web Pages

    The Logos audio book web pages need to have a four or five minute audio sample of the reader. It's difficult to know whether you are going to like any particular reader without it - especially in books with dialogue. For example, here are samples for The Pilgrim's Progress from Robert Whitfield (aka Simon Vance) and Nadia May - who are both excellent
    Posted to Suggestions by JRS on Wed, Apr 3 2019
  • Re: Best April Fools' Day Joke of 2019?

    Follow the Good Shepherd whose voice you know and flee from the voice of strangers. "... and the sheep follow him because they know his voice. A stranger they simply will not follow, but will flee from him, because they do not know the voice of strangers." Jn 10:4b–5.
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Apr 3 2019
  • Re: Payment plan real world costs

    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Mar 21 2019
  • Re: Erasmus Exemplar Question

    [quote user="Doc B"] If you are serious about studying this, I highly recommend you get a copy of Krans' book, Beyond What Is Written: Erasmus and Beza as Conjectural Critics of the New Testament . The ISBN is 978-90-04-15286-1. Bad news...it is a Brill publication. It won't be cheap. [/quote] FWIW: HERE is a precis of this volume. Begin at time 1:01
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Mar 20 2019
  • Re: OT: Does anyone know of a dictionary app where you can do advanced searching?

    [quote user="Kolen Cheung"] Take it as a suggestion for Logos to provide such abilIty. Either as a dataset kind of resource to enhance current Eng dict or a Lexham dict. Also releasing in multiple language, and bilingual versions, etc. [/quote] I would like FL to offer an Elizabethan Dictionary/Dataset for all Tyndale/Geneva, KJV, Milton, and Shakespeare
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Mar 17 2019
  • Re: OT: Does anyone know of a dictionary app where you can do advanced searching?

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] Perfect. Thank you.[/quote] [quote user="Brad"]Thank you for the introduction to WordWeb , JRS![/quote] Glad that you like it. I found WordWeb several years ago when I was in a similar situation as what Mark described - my old dictionary app was getting rather long in the tooth and had become unreliable. It took a lot of searching
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Mar 17 2019
  • OT: Digitized Medieval Manuscripts

    http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/54595 https://manuscrits-france-angleterre.org/polonsky/en/content/themes
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Mar 17 2019
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