Search

Search in sorted by
  • Chapters and verses ... well not quite

    I would like the pericope comparison to show the ancient divisions and lectionary divisions not just the contemporary Bible translations divisions. I.E. I want kephalaia Vaticanus divisions Ammonian sections (thanks for the Eusebian canons) Euthalius' sense-lines Andreas of Cæsarea's divisions parashiyot , aliyots .... And If these are not on the near
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Sun, Oct 18 2009
  • Re: Diagramming

    I am becoming more and more convinced that tree diagrams - horizontal and vertical - as well as block diagrams (boxes within boxes) are necessary. What I am less sure of is whether I want Logos/Libronix to spend time on development or on integration of such tools.
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Sat, Oct 17 2009
  • Re: Raymond E Brown RIP

    [quote user="Damian McGrath"]Raymond Brown died in 1998.[/quote] As a friend and priest always says "we're not aging, we're youthening" - his way of saying we're preparing for the next life. As a good Catholic priest, of course, Raymond E. Brown, S. S. isn't dead - it just looks that way from our limited perspective.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Fri, Oct 16 2009
  • upgraded ... now what re: genres

    I've finally gritted my bank account/charge card/teeth and moved up a level or two. So I am happily playing with Anderson-Forbes and genre filters when I hit an unsolved question. Where do I find definitions of the genres as defined in Anderson-Forbes? and how do they compare to the forms of the Forms of Old Testament Literature series?
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Fri, Oct 16 2009
  • Re: Google Wave Bible study group?

    Google Wave is not yet broadly available but you could do much the same thing by setting up a Tiki Wiki site.
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Thu, Oct 15 2009
  • Re: Count your Blessings, Brothers and Sisters

    I truly hope that you live in a state that has a foster-to-adopt program for those children who don't have family to come to their assistance. You sound like wonderful foster parents. (from a former foster parent of teenagers).
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Thu, Oct 15 2009
  • Re: Geneva Bible

    [quote user="Ken Avery"]The Bishops Bible is not that interesting considering it's sorted past[/quote] I don't know it's sordid past but THAT makes it sound interesting to me. But if we're going for historic value, I'd vote for the psalters: 1) Vesparian Psalter 2) Bede's Abbreviated Psalter 3) Eadwine's Canterbury Psalter 4) Paris Psalter 5) Richard
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Tue, Oct 13 2009
  • Re: Geneva Bible

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] Puritanical textual critic [/quote] Okay - enough about Puritans. They kicked my great-great-great-great-great ...grandmother out of the Boston colony - she was banned until the late 1940's but at least she was finally allowed back... she somehow never showed up. (Think Anne Marbury Hutchinson ... and I can claim Rebecca
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Tue, Oct 13 2009
  • Re: I Wonder If It's Just Me...

    I agree that the sense of community that kept me reading the newsgroups doesn't occur in the forums. But I am also distracted by the rebuilding of my Bible study site - which will include Logos PBB's ( http://lbs.layliturgy.org/)
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Mon, Oct 12 2009
  • Re: Logos closes reseller channels

    [quote user="Pastor Jerry Bush"]This only bothers me because it reduces competition, and that usually leads to higher prices.[/quote] Come on all you half-emptiers; it means we don't have to spend our time shopping around for the best price.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Wed, Oct 7 2009
  • Re: Forum partially disabled by Bellingham power outage; back later tonight.

    And to think that I got an SQL database open error complete with a trace. I jumped to the conclusion that there was a conversion happening complete with a programmer's "oops". I once signed off on a pilot version that had a naughty little dog and a fire hydrant as it's "I'm working" icon.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Sun, Oct 4 2009
  • Re: MY Library Function

    Just a thought is Library.lbxdat in C:\Program Files\Libronix DLS\Common\LibraryFeatures\System or its equivalent intact? I certainly am not an expert but this is what I would look at first.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Fri, Oct 2 2009
  • Re: Notes Files Suggestion/PLEA

    I have resorted to a native XML database with my own scheme for bible references - not a good choice but one I hope ultimately to be able to tie back into Logos.
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Tue, Sep 29 2009
  • Re: WordPress blog

    Thanks. I knew if I posted my problem, I'd be appropriately embarrassed when I found the answer. Yes, it helps to put the code in the template you are actually using instead of the default.
    Posted to RefTagger by MJ. Smith on Tue, Sep 29 2009
  • WordPress blog

    Have any of you used RefTagger successfully on a Word Press blog? I have installed the plug in. Then searched for further information that might make it work. The footer code for a bbPress site didn't do the trick. It is probably something small and obvious I'm missing. Yes, I'll keep looking.
    Posted to RefTagger by MJ. Smith on Tue, Sep 29 2009
  • Re: explanation

    [quote user="douglas machado"]can someone write back to me and explain john 14:3 to me, i just came from my bible class and my teacher said that is the first comming of christ, but i still think that is the second comming.[/quote] In addition to Logos directly, there are also a number of trustworthy sites on the web if you are cautious. You can usually
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Tue, Sep 29 2009
  • Re: Works of Alexander Campbell, Barton W. Stone (restoration preachers)

    Thank you. I was looking under theology rather than science. I recall now Barth's argument for using the term science vis a vis theology and realize that when I see the word "science" I immediately think of empirical/natural science. This also explains the debate over where "Creation Science" should be taught - philosophy or science. Those against teaching
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Mon, Sep 28 2009
  • Re: Works of Alexander Campbell, Barton W. Stone (restoration preachers)

    [quote user="Gary Butner"]most dictionaries list theology as a science, and that due to the theologian's application of the scientific method in his investigations.[/quote] I know that historically (a) science developed out of philosophy/theology and (b) in the late 1500's theology as a science was proposed. However, I am still suprised to see contemporary
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Mon, Sep 28 2009
  • Re: Bible reading plan--RESOURCE reading plan

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"]1) Using Wikipedia numbers, many of the 1,654,000,000 Christians cited don't use Bible software or own computers. [/quote] Quite true - although it is surprising who does. About 10 years ago I was visiting the web site of a Nepalese high school four hours uphill from the nearest road. Their teacher had carried (in pieces
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Mon, Sep 28 2009
  • Re: Works of Alexander Campbell, Barton W. Stone (restoration preachers)

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"]Truth is absolute by definition[/quote] How thoroughly Platonic
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Sun, Sep 27 2009
Page 1629 of 1643 (32860 items) « First ... < Previous 1627 1628 1629 1630 1631 Next > ... Last » |