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  • Re: An interesting possibility

    [quote user="Kenute P. Curry"] https://www.amazon.com/Exodus-Case-Lennart-Moller/dp/8772477083/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1470021861&sr=1-1&keywords=Lennart+Moller [/quote] Moller may indeed be a brilliant man, but I have seen much error propounded by brilliant men operating outside their field of expertise. I wouldn't get too excited by this.
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sun, Jul 31 2016
  • Re: An interesting possibility

    [quote user="David Knoll"]George are you a latent Neo-Documentarian? [/quote] I suppose I am — of some stripe or other (or perhaps a checkerboard).
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sun, Jul 31 2016
  • Re: An interesting possibility

    [quote user="David Knoll"]George are you a latent Neo-Documentarian? I[/quote] I don't know whether I am or not. Define it.
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sun, Jul 31 2016
  • Re: An interesting possibility

    [quote user="Denise"]I've long thought Egypt was a major player, but not the area near the Nile (Egypt extended all the way to Damascus and beyond, depending the period).[/quote] What many seem to forget is that what we read in these accounts is not history, but theology. Some claim that if it can be shown to be in error in some respect then it undermines
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sun, Jul 31 2016
  • Re: An interesting possibility

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"] This book gives an overview of current research on the subject: Levy & al :Israel's Exodus in Transdisciplinary Perspective: Text, Archaeology, Culture, and Geoscience https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/3319047671/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 From last year, thus I think Logos could consider to provide it [/quote
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sun, Jul 31 2016
  • An interesting possibility

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/07/31/does-this-rock-explain-why-egyptians-are-biblical-villains.html?via=newsletter&source=DDAfternoon
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sun, Jul 31 2016
  • Important historical work

    Currently Cassius Dio's Roman Histories (18 vols) is languishing at $30 in Community Pricing https://www.logos.com/product/33465/cassius-dios-roman-history . This is an important work cited in many resources but it is unavailable even in some larger public libraries. It is time to push this over the top (and possibly reduce the price).
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sun, Jul 31 2016
  • Re: Error in reference or what?

    [quote user="fgh"] Or a different numbering system? Either way, Google found me this: http://www.sefaria.org/Rosh_on_Nedarim.4.11?lang=en . Does that help you in any way? Looks like a great site, btw. I'll have to check it out tomorrow. Now I need to get at least some sleep before church. [/quote] It is possible that the site you cite is correct since
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Error in reference or what?

    [quote user="Louis J Rosen"]The error is in the print version of Hvalvik. It's still an excellent book.[/quote] That's a pity since it means that Logos will not correct it.
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Occasional humor in scholarly works

    [quote user="DAL"]I don't get it 🤔[/quote] Calvin (and other Reformers) did not reverence Mary as does the Catholic Church.
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Error in reference or what?

    [quote user="Louis J Rosen"] The print version does have m. Ned. 4:11 but this is an error. The correct reference, cited by Collins, First Corinthians, (see Hvalvik's footnote 87) is m. Ned. 3:11.[/quote] Thanks, that appears to be correct. I wonder whether Ned. 4.11 is in the print of Hvalvik (in other words, whether Logos is faithfully presenting
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Error in reference or what?

    [quote user="fgh"] Or a different numbering system? Either way, Google found me this: http://www.sefaria.org/Rosh_on_Nedarim.4.11?lang=en . Does that help you in any way? Looks like a great site, btw. I'll have to check it out tomorrow. Now I need to get at least some sleep before church. [/quote] Unfortunately, this does not appear, at first glance
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Occasional humor in scholarly works

    It has been objected that it would be more credible that the dying Calvin would have bequeathed a golden dress to the mother of God than that Paul should have entered upon this action. Reidar Hvalvik, “Paul as a Jewish Believer—According to the Book of Acts,” in Jewish Believers in Jesus: The Early Centuries, ed. Oskar Skarsaune (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Pottery Enthusiasts and Slim Pickings

    [quote user="Denise"] Hard to say, given the image likely has gone thru several condencings between the digital book, you, and now to me . But comparing below, yours top, mine bottom, the text is the most obvious ... if I were to guess, it was blurred before the publisher got it. Just guessing. However, the author explains the illustrations much better
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Pottery Enthusiasts and Slim Pickings

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"]Is it my imagination that the illustrations are fuzzy or is it just my eyes? Here is an example.[/quote] It might be a tad fuzzy, but not too bad. Are you sure you're holding your mouth right?
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Error in reference or what?

    I have been reading Jewish Believers in Jesus: The Early Centuries . On p 138-139 it states As already mentioned, some scholars find it unthinkable that Paul could have circumcised Timothy. Referring to 1 Cor 7:17–20 Haenchen claims that this text “shows that Paul wanted nothing to do with the supplementary circumcision of a Christian.” The crucial
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: When Did God Create Hell?

    [quote user="Josh"]We first need to define the English word "hell". It is used to translate a multitude of Greek and Hebrew words - especially in the KJV. The context of the original question makes me believe that the eternal "Lake of Fire" mentioned in the book of Revelation is the place of concern in this thread.[/quote] Not to say that you are understanding
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Fri, Jul 29 2016
  • Re: When Did God Create Hell?

    [quote user="JoshInRI"]God bless the Logos developers and any authors with resources about Hell that should get published in here.[/quote] Noel — or should that be "no hell"?
    Posted to General by George Somsel on Thu, Jul 28 2016
  • Re: foreign titles in bundles

    [quote user="Paul"]Yet I have a real reservation about mixing foreign language texts with English texts in bundles for people like myself who do not speak or write any foreign language. For me, mixing different language texts (except perhaps Hebrew and Greek texts and translations for Bible studies) in that way could represent a lowering of the value
    Posted to Suggestions by George Somsel on Thu, Jul 28 2016
  • Re: foreign titles in bundles

    [quote user="Larry Craig"]In the past, Logos has included some foreign titles in their bundles, particularly the classic commentary bundles. [/quote] When was that? I don't recall any.
    Posted to Suggestions by George Somsel on Thu, Jul 28 2016
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