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  • Zotero Question

    I have started using Zotero recently. I imported all of my Logos resources into Zotero; however, I am noticing that some of them have missing information, for instance, a lost title or place of publishing. Is there anything I can do about this short of manually entering this information? Thanks
    Posted to Logos 6 by Rafe Andersen on Wed, Aug 10 2016
  • Re: Library Lagging

    Thank you for the update.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Fri, Dec 2 2016
  • Re: Personal Books

    Some of the documents are way over my head. I find it frustrating that Logos can't make it any easier. A shame. I will not use PB.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Tue, Mar 6 2018
  • Re: Personal Books

    Thanks!!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Tue, Mar 6 2018
  • Re: Using Logos in Seminary

    [quote user="Richard Villanueva"] Be blessed as you start Seminary!! I would echo the sentiments said here as well. Logos made me feel like I had a head-start and allowed me to get INTO the work I needed to do more quickly. In addition to the other comments, I used Logos to create a set of custom highlighters for my research. I used the clippings documents
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Fri, Jul 20 2018
  • Re: Using Logos in Seminary

    [quote user="Kiyah"] [quote user="Rafe Andersen"] Next fall I will begin seminary. For anyone who has used Logos in seminary, what are the ways in which it helped you (besides studying the languages)? [/quote] I found Logos to be most helpful in my preaching class. If you have a high enough base package (Gold or higher) you can pretty much prepare an
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Fri, Jul 20 2018
  • Re: Using Logos in Seminary

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] I found it helpful in the following ways: having access to a range of resources electronically as opposed to having to use the library using it to take notes in class being able to use the various Guides and Tools to quickly look up information and check what was being said [/quote] Yes!! Although the third use you suggest
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Fri, Jul 20 2018
  • Re: Using Logos in Seminary

    Thank you all for the replies.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Fri, Jul 20 2018
  • Re: Fundamentals Package Question

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] Fundamentals is a good start. The Bible Dictionaries and Commentaries are very good value, together with lectionaries, maps and harmonies. A Greek and Hebrew bible are the only extras that could be required. [/quote] Thank you for that information. My disciple has no ability in Greek or Hebrew, So I think all he needs is another
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Tue, Jul 31 2018
  • Introducing Logos to a Friend.

    Next week I will be introducing a friend of mine I have been discipling to Logos Bible software. I will walk him through the program while he uses it on another laptop of mine. I am putting together a document for the occasion and I'd like advice as to how to go about it.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Thu, Aug 2 2018
  • Re: Personal Books

    [quote user="Fredc"] Did you use the Lists tool? [/quote] Thanks. I will try again and get back to you.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Fri, Aug 3 2018
  • Re: Logos Training Tips

    I have been feasting on LearnLogos training videos since v6.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Mon, Apr 9 2018
  • Septuagint Study

    I just wanted to ask you all the best ways to go about studying the Septuagint in Logos?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Sat, May 5 2018
  • Re: Workflow Ideas

    To my shame, I had forgotten about this thread. Thanks to all who replied.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Sat, May 5 2018
  • Re: Workflow Ideas

    Thank you, Kevin!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Sat, May 5 2018
  • Re: Septuagint Study

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] What's your background and what depth to you wish to study? With no background I would suggest: Invitation to the Septuagint , 2nd ed. The First Bible of the Church : A Plea for the Septuagint Then you need a basic LXX text with a reverse-interlinear: If you really get serious you'll need a critical edition and commentary [
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Sun, May 6 2018
  • Re: Septuagint Study

    [quote user="Jack Hairston"] [quote user="Rafe Andersen"] What are the best ways to go about studying the Septuagint in Logos? [/quote] Another approach would be to set up a screen with at least three panels: Hebrew-English interlinear LXX Greek-English interlinear English translation Commentary (optional) Notes (optional) Link the first four so that
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Sun, May 6 2018
  • Re: Septuagint Study

    I have all the Lexham resources you mentioned. If I ever get more skilled I will be sure to look into some of the later ones on the list. Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Sun, May 6 2018
  • Re: Biblical People, Places, and Things (Error)

    2844.LogosLogs.rafe.20180603-035854.zip
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Sun, Jun 3 2018
  • Re: Biblical People, Places, and Things (Error)

    Ok. 3582.LogosLogs.rafe.20180603-183045.zip
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rafe Andersen on Sun, Jun 3 2018
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