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  • Re: Good resources on the Eastern Orthodox view

    Thank you, this is indeed helpful, and overall consistent from what I do know about Orthodoxy.
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Sun, Aug 20 2017
  • Re: Good resources on the Eastern Orthodox view

    Your caution is duly noted..... To add a little context to my post: I am very familiar with the respective framework, worldview, ecclesiology, and epistemology, that these two are operating on. I'm not asking Logos to impart that knowledge onto me. I am wondering what resources are available, written from an Orthodox perspective, that can at least offer
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Sat, Aug 19 2017
  • Re: Early Church Fathers VS Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture

    So the two editions have the same core content, the difference is the Protestant version simply has more front matter and notes throughout the collection. Before knowing this difference, I downloaded the Catholic edition, thinking it would supplement my current Protestant edition. Now I want to go back. Do you know how I can do this?
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Sat, Aug 19 2017
  • Good resources on the Eastern Orthodox view

    I am not Eastern Orthodox, but would like to know what Logos sources are great for when I want to study a passage, topic, or doctrine, and be able to look at the Eastern Orthodox perspective. Perhaps there is as a dictionary or commentary set out there? Maybe even a lexicon? Any suggestions are much appreciated. I am tempted to ask the same thing about
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Sat, Aug 19 2017
  • Re: Early Church Fathers VS Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture

    can you explain what this is? And you can have both the Protestant and Roman Catholic versions of the Church Fathers, correct?
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Sat, Aug 19 2017
  • Re: Ancient Christian Commentary Set (ACCS) vs. Ante-Nicene and Post-Nicene Set

    Thank you, that was tremendous help.
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Wed, Aug 16 2017
  • Ancient Christian Commentary Set (ACCS) vs. Ante-Nicene and Post-Nicene Set

    Does the ACCS offer anything that the Ante-Nicene, and the Nicene and post-Nicene sets don't? I am interested in which Logos resources most powerfully presents the historical interpretation of a given passage. I noticed discussion on the ACCS, as well as Schaff's Church Fathers volumes. I don't own either of these, but I do own the Ante-Nicene and Post
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Wed, Aug 16 2017
  • Re: Good Dispensational Commentaries or Systematic Theologies

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] Here's a list of systematic theologies (or more concise doctrinal surveys) by dispensational authors: Chafer, Lewis Sperry. Systematic Theology . Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 1993. [ Store , App ] Enns, Paul P. The Moody Handbook of Theology . Chicago, IL: Moody Press, 1989. [ Store , App ] Geisler, Norman
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Wed, Aug 16 2017
  • Good Dispensational Commentaries or Systematic Theologies

    Can anyone recommend any good commentary sets or systematic theologies written from a dispensational point of view, preferably by a respected dispensationalist? I'd like to possibly add these to my Logos library. Thanks!
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Tue, Aug 15 2017
  • Timeline of Jesus' Ministry

    Is there a tool in Logos where I can easily and clearly see the timeline of Jesus ministry? That is, the timeline of when he spoke which parable and to whom, etc, and not just the timeline of his travels and passion week (which is all I've been able to glean out of the Timeline tool). Specifically, was John 8 before the Triumphal Entry? Thanks!
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Tue, Aug 15 2017
  • Re: Verbum Advance Search Training

    I finished the Verbum Advanced Training course about a month ago and LOVED it. I plan on doing the Advanced Searching course here soon. It's good to hear your review!
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Tue, Aug 15 2017
  • Re: A Primer for Biblical Hebrew?

    Excellent, Thank you!
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Mon, Aug 14 2017
  • A Primer for Biblical Hebrew?

    I noticed the textbook A Primer of Biblical Greek in my library (by Crayton Cloy). It is meant to prepare the student in all things grammar/syntax that he would have forgotten from English courses in high school, so that when the student starts Greek he is ready. Does there exist an equivalent for Hebrew? I'm starting elementary Hebrew this fall in
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Mon, Aug 14 2017
  • Re: How to Hide Resources

    Thank you for the responses. I suppose my main reason for wanting to possibly do this is due to the Perseus Classics collections (which are free). I enjoy being able to compare a NT Greek word to the Classical works, but I don't like all the hundreds of Perseus volumes "clogging" up my library when I open up the library panel in Logos. On the other
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Sat, Aug 5 2017
  • How to Hide Resources

    Any user-friendly tutorials on how to "hide" and "unhide" resources? I'm looking to be able to do more than one resource at once (if possible, maybe sort by author or publisher) and also understand exactly what "hiding" a resource does. I searched the forums and didn't see any helps. Thanks!
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Fri, Aug 4 2017
  • Re: Did Jesus and the NT Persons speak Greek or Aramaic?

    David, Yes, I believe in the inerrency of the original autographs, and obviously not all of the copies. But when it gets down to brass tacks, Jesus said one and not the other. Obviously, neither Mark's nor Matthew's account can be "wrong" for inerrency to be intact. Therefore, the problem must be on our end, via the copies we have or the way we understand
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Thu, Aug 3 2017
  • Re: Did Jesus and the NT Persons speak Greek or Aramaic?

    David, Thank you. Those exercises proved to be most helpful. I still wonder why Matthew wrote Eli and Mark wrote Eloi...Jesus said one and not the other, so is one of the gospel accounts "wrong"? Or is the issue with our translations? Alex
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Thu, Aug 3 2017
  • Re: Did Jesus and the NT Persons speak Greek or Aramaic?

    I am a little fuzzy as to what you intend for me to search. Can you just provide the citation? Also what do you mean by "who speaks for the Divine?" Jesus Himself accredits the narrative of the Pentateuch NOT to Moses, but to God Himself (Matt 19:4-5), indicating that Jesus views the Old Testament not as a record of God's words, but God's words themselves
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Wed, Aug 2 2017
  • Re: search parameters for the idea; concept, God goes before you

    I'm not at my Logos computer, but I would try to search things like "God prepares the way" or "goes before" or something like that in an opened search panel to see if any topic/concept "tags" come up. It's very possible the Logos has already indexed this for you. If so, when you select on the Tag, the search syntax in the search bar wil have brackets
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Wed, Aug 2 2017
  • Re: Best PC specs

    Awesome! Do you mind saying which model you bought?
    Posted to General by Alexander Fogassy on Wed, Aug 2 2017
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