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  • New tool bar

    Okay, this time I REALLY need FEEDBACK that the toolbar works. I used the instructions for creating a drop down toolbar that works for me but it is unlike anything else that I have shared. This toolbar includes: 1) links to 20 online journals - a few permit access only to a few of their articles without membership but most are free. 2) links to standard
    Posted to Files by MJ. Smith on Thu, Sep 17 2009
  • Re: Question regarding John 2:1-11

    Nice resource - I'll add it to my journal links.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Wed, Sep 16 2009
  • Re: Question regarding John 2:1-11

    One of my favorite commentary sites is by Chris Haslam, Anglican Diocese of Montreal at http://montreal.anglican.org/comments/archive/cpr02l.shtml: Note that this mainstream commentator leans towards the symbolic/allegorical side for the Gospel According to John. John 2:1-11 John uses symbolism extensively in his telling of the good news. He says in
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Wed, Sep 16 2009
  • Re: Question regarding John 2:1-11

    [quote user="Michael"]that meaning can only be found allegorically. Both objects and numbers can have significance. [/quote] Much of your interpretation could also be labelled "intertextuality" which is currently more "politically correct." Again, I find your response worth saving as a note. Thank you.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Wed, Sep 16 2009
  • Re: Question regarding John 2:1-11

    [quote user="Allen Browne"]John is telling a creation story (c.f. 1:1), and Jesus is both the Son of God (the Word incarnate) and also Man as he was originally destined to be, culminating with the resurrection: the Man in the garden at the start of the new creation week (20:1, 19.)[/quote] [quote user="Allen Browne"]if Jesus does have his own wedding
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Wed, Sep 16 2009
  • Re: Question regarding John 2:1-11

    [quote user="Milford Charles Murray"]why would a person with a non-liturgical background have to connect this event to Epiphany rather than the beginning of miracles?[/quote] Good question ... but how did they come to be put together liturgically? I'd say it by looking at the connections between the various events deemed important enough to be included
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Tue, Sep 15 2009
  • Re: Question regarding John 2:1-11

    [quote user="Christian R. Proano M."]regarding the Lord's first sign[/quote] First sign? Okay, I'm lost again. You are asking about one of three events called "epiphany" (1) the magi (2) baptism of Jesus and (3) miracle at Cana. If you follow the meaning of "epiphany", the relevant attribute is divinity i.e. a theophany of sorts.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Tue, Sep 15 2009
  • Re: Topics.Logos.com -- your help needed!

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"]it might be easier for us to batch merge (and then review) the headings from these other online encyclopedias.[/quote] Is there any projected timeline for doing batch merges for additional topics? I understand that there may not be as Logos is clearly testing additional features. However, I keep running into topics in my
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Tue, Sep 15 2009
  • Re: Passage Outline for a Book

    [quote user="BenjaminBryan"]Chapters & Verses: Who Needs Them?/ by Christopher R. Smith in Bible Study Magazine[/quote] I just read the article online and broke out laughing. As a lectionary-based liturgical church member I've never thought of the Bible in terms of chapters and verses but rather in terms of lections/pericopes. I've also read several
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Tue, Sep 15 2009
  • Commentary by Baruch Sienna on Parasha 5767 and Haftarah 5766

    These are commentaries on the Jewish cycle of readings. I'd give you the "lectionary" if the names of the readings could be set correctly - instead I give you a table of the readings at the beginning. Note that these Bible citations don't link automatically because they occur within a table. I did make topic links based on the names of the Parashat
    Posted to Files by MJ. Smith on Mon, Sep 14 2009
  • Weekly gift - commentary on Gospels (selected)

    5468.PBB_2009_Sept_13.zip Selected Gospel Reflections Blessed Theophylact of Ochrid - this is a liturgical year's worth of samples. Consider it a sampling to get Logos to consider more of the classic Orthodox commentaries. At the end, I copied in an introduction to Theophylact, a very major biblical commentator. I say that based upon the fact I've heard
    Posted to Files by MJ. Smith on Mon, Sep 14 2009
  • Re: Pre-Pubs

    [quote user="TedHarms"]Logos seems to be more interested in releasing others which have been on Pre-Pub far shorter times than these.[/quote] Don't forget to take in account the fact that the amount of work between scanning and releasing can vary drastically between books. I suspect that the length of time is based on estimated amount of work, allocation
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Sun, Sep 13 2009
  • Re: Passage Outline for a Book

    Two possibilities (not perfect but ...) 1) on the Logos home page under Study Passage, enter a book name e.g. Acts and it will display a drop down pick list with the section headings. 2) under tools pick Bible comparison - Compare pericopes Hope this helps a bit.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Sun, Sep 13 2009
  • Re: Passage Outline for a Book

    [quote user="BenjaminBryan"]like in the ESV Literary Study Bible where it shows passages where they break naturally instead of the chapter breaks[/quote] Although I have the ESV Literary Study Bible, I'm not sure what you mean; therefore, I can't answer the question although I suspect the answer is yes. Could you puy a short example here and I'll see
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Sat, Sep 12 2009
  • Re: Greek Sentence Diagram

    Thank you
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Sat, Sep 12 2009
  • Re: Topics.Logos.com -- your help needed!

    Check out the Magnificat entry ... it gives some real indication of where Logos is going with this and I like it.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 11 2009
  • Orthodox Lectionary Pastoral Commentaries

    by Rev. William C. Mills: A Light to the Gentiles: Reflections on the Gospel of Luke Let Us Attend: Reflections on the Gospel of Mark for the Lenten Season Feasts of Faith: Reflections on the Major Feast Days Baptize All Nations: Reflections on the Gospel of Matthew for the Pentecost Season Prepare O Bethlehem: Reflections on the Scripture Readings
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Thu, Sep 10 2009
  • Re: Minor bug

    [quote user="RalphMauch"]I'm more concerned with all the links that don't match up[/quote] I hope you're letting Logos know of these errors
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Thu, Sep 10 2009
  • Purchase of individual articles

    I get very frustrated when I find journal articles online that require a membership to view. Admittedly, many of them I could access in libraries where I have viewing rights but I'm lazy. I'd really like it if Logos offered individual journal articles and graduate thesis on an individual putchase basis. I can't afford to buy a complete jourmal series
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Wed, Sep 9 2009
  • Minor bug

    Doing a search on the NET Bible on the word "flood" the entry for Nah 1:8 is missing the space between "flood" and "he" ; I can create a similar problem in Nah 1:10 on the word "consumed" - it appears to be a problem with the final word of a line when it has a footnote. My suggestion - fix it?
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Wed, Sep 9 2009
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