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  • OT and FWIW: Some doubts about Qumran, de Vaux, and even the Nephilim

    This article appeared today (1/30/2020). Just thought others might find it intriguing.
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Jan 30 2020
  • Re: Salvation PRIOR to vs AFTER Christ's Incarnation

    So, so much could be said concerning this topic/inquiry. It's a good question, to be sure, and well worth the investigation. And, if you haven't figured it out already, realize that the question is far bigger than what you have stated and the answer(s) is very large, very involved, and may take many years before you completely come to grips with it
    Posted to General by JRS on Mon, Jan 27 2020
  • Re: Ark of Covenant Info Graphic wrong pole orientation

    Certainly, this has been one of the weightiest theological issues on these forums. Next up: those dancing angels on the head of a pin - which way is the pin oriented?
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Jan 26 2020
  • Re: Boice’s Expositional Commentaries

    [quote user="Deacon Steve"]... so I would also appreciate some examples.[/quote] P erhaps the best example of Dr. Boice is to listen to him - his commentaries were first preached. HERE is today's sermon on Ps. 119:17-32. What a gift to the saints in these last days which are filled with all sorts of false teachers, buffoons, heretics, and bad theology
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Jan 5 2020
  • Re: What Are Your Biggest Problems and Pain Points?

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] [quote user="JRS"]When I use Movie Collector to organize and catalog our dvd collection, I scan the UPC code on any dvd and MC will then search any of several dvd databases (including their own) for the exact version I have, then, assuming it finds the correct dvd, it will place it into my collection. In other words, I do not
    Posted to General by JRS on Fri, Dec 20 2019
  • Re: What Are Your Biggest Problems and Pain Points?

    [quote user="Charlene"]Book Collector by Collectorz.com[/quote] FWIW: I use Movie Collector by Collectorz - they do a *great* job and put out a fantastic product for a very reasonable price! Question: When I use Movie Collector to organize and catalog our dvd collection, I scan the UPC code on any dvd and MC will then search any of several dvd databases
    Posted to General by JRS on Fri, Dec 20 2019
  • Re: What Are Your Biggest Problems and Pain Points?

    I always used and appreciated the old, but-no-longer-supported, Instaverse app. Simple and easy to use, all one had to do was hover the cursor over any bible reference in any (Windows) program or app and the text would pop up. Brilliant! And so useful! But now, because it has been unsupported for so long, it barely works - if at all. Why can't FL/Logos
    Posted to General by JRS on Fri, Dec 20 2019
  • Re: Vulgar title on prepub

    [quote user="Joseph Turner"]It's a book. You can either buy it or not. You seem to be implying that Logos shouldn't sell it, and this is where we are getting into dangerous territory. [/quote] Even though I find all of Critical Race Theory arguments to be vapid and totally non-biblical, I completely agree with JT and support FL's decision to publish
    Posted to General by JRS on Mon, Nov 18 2019
  • Re: Vulgar title on prepub

    [quote user="Christopher Bucklin"]1. Disregard race, and treat all people the same[/quote] As in ... "Do not lie to one another, since you laid aside the old self with its evil practices, and have put on the new self who is being renewed to a true knowledge according to the image of the One who created him — a renewal in which there is no distinction
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Nov 14 2019
  • 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
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