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  • Re: Why can't I log in?

    I finally figured it out - Logos, Faithlife, etc. won't permit a log in if cookies are blocked, which Edge was set to.
    Posted to General by Don Awalt on Fri, May 18 2018
  • Re: Verbum Now / Marketing Woes

    JT, when I click that Verbum link, the unlocked does not work - I get resources that I already own, and I don't see a way to know the difference without clicking on each individual resource. Am I missing something?
    Posted to Logos Now by Don Awalt on Wed, May 16 2018
  • Re: Verbum Now / Marketing Woes

    Tom, is there any way that for the list of available free Verbum books, there could be a way to only see ones we do not already own? By my count there are over 3,000 of them listed there, and it seems for anyone with a reasonable sized library, it's hard to find ones not already owned. I gave up right now trying to find one....thanks.
    Posted to Logos Now by Don Awalt on Tue, May 15 2018
  • Why can't I log in?

    Has anyone had trouble logging into either logos.com or the forums from Windows 10/Edge? I hopped over to that platform (I am a Mac user), and I can log into both the forums here and logos.com using Chrome, but from Edge all it does is quickly refresh the screen, with no error message, and it still says "Sign In" at the top right. I have tried changing
    Posted to General by Don Awalt on Mon, May 14 2018
  • Re: Great pre-publication for all liturgical traditions esp. Catholic, Lutheran, Anglican

    MJ I have not read the whole commentary but there is enough overtone I thought it prudent to offer an opinion to exercise caution, both for what may be in this commentary as well as in consideration of other sources that paint a picture of what the author believes. His writing to me just seems to be pushing an agenda, whether or not he explicitly calls
    Posted to General by Don Awalt on Wed, May 9 2018
  • Re: Great pre-publication for all liturgical traditions esp. Catholic, Lutheran, Anglican

    Like many situations, some research may be prudent to decide if what Prof. Bobertz discusses is of your liking. For example, he has written in support of the ordination of women in the Catholic Church, a teaching that is contrary to dogmatic Catholic Church teaching, divinely revealed by Christ. There is more. While this is not a concern in the Lutheran
    Posted to General by Don Awalt on Tue, May 8 2018
  • Re: Is there a risk to us from the spam?

    [quote user="Charles"] [quote user="Don Awalt"] [quote user="Mark Barnes"]It's impossible to eliminate spam entirely.[/quote] Your statement is only true on this site Mark, due to the chosen priorities of FL. Other forum sites have eliminated it. [/quote] I visit quite a few forums and have yet to find one that has completely eliminated spam. Forums
    Posted to General by Don Awalt on Thu, Apr 19 2018
  • Re: Is there a risk to us from the spam?

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]It's impossible to eliminate spam entirely.[/quote] Your statement is only true on this site Mark, due to the chosen priorities of FL. Other forum sites have eliminated it.
    Posted to General by Don Awalt on Wed, Apr 18 2018
  • Re: Compilation of "Ex cathedra" Declarations?

    An excellent book to read on this topic is Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma, by Ludwig Ott. Alas it used to be in Logos/Verbum, but I don't see it for sale anymore; no sure why. Anyway, it not only describes the grades of certainty (to what degree are Catholics required to assent, affirm, etc. given teachings), it goes through almost c catechism style
    Posted to Catholic Products by Don Awalt on Wed, Apr 18 2018
  • Re: Gaudete et exsultate

    This is now the latest - I added Page Numbers to the document. 5633.Gaudete et Exsultate.docx
    Posted to Files by Don Awalt on Fri, Apr 13 2018
  • Gaudete et exsultate

    I did a fair amount of work on this - Added appropriate chapter/headings for table of contents Added true footnotes corrected numerous bible links corrected spelling errors in the English translation the document has page numbers, but I did not add the [Page: ...] construct in. I'll leave that to someone else to do, please share if you do! enjoy! 2477
    Posted to Files by Don Awalt on Thu, Apr 12 2018
  • Re: Gaudete et Exsultate

    Ah too bad FL stepped back on their commitment to support personal books on mobile.
    Posted to Catholic Products by Don Awalt on Thu, Apr 12 2018
  • Re: Logos 7.15 Beta 1 (7.15.0.0007)

    Thanks Adam for the thoughtful reply. Let me address a couple points you raise. 1. With regard to the command box rewrite needed, I hear you. I was in software development for 32 years, had my share of those. On the other hand, I also know that sometimes the specter of 'we are going to have to rewrite that all someday' stops all progress in an area
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Don Awalt on Wed, Apr 11 2018
  • Re: Logos 7.15 Beta 1 (7.15.0.0007)

    [quote user="Myke Harbuck"]In fairness to FL, changing these product names in the sidebar was likely a very simplistic programing change that required very little research, coding, effort, etc. The other items you mention likely can't be resolved as simplistically as the products names in the sidebar.[/quote] True, but my focus was on intent - it doesn
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Don Awalt on Tue, Apr 10 2018
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Catholic Journals Collection

    [quote user="Craig St. Clair (Faithlife)"] Thanks for the feedback about the journals everyone. Steve, yes, I almost always see the posts but don't always get a chance to respond right away. For a more academic audience, Theological Studies , Communio , Catholic Biblical Quarterly, and Catholic Historical Review would, if rights were no obstacle, form
    Posted to Catholic Products by Don Awalt on Tue, Apr 10 2018
  • Re: Logos 7.15 Beta 1 (7.15.0.0007)

    I am disappointed in decisions that are being made to 'upgrade' the software, like this new advertising-oriented feature in the side pane, especially when some of the more egregious UI bugs that have been reported, that are "on the list", seem to continue to get ignored. Why can't these be fixed, they can't be that difficult and it would improve the
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Don Awalt on Tue, Apr 10 2018
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Catholic Journals Collection

    The Bible Today , edited by Rev. Donald Senior, is a wonderful academic scripture publication. It is referenced almost 1,000 times in my library searching for Footnote Text. Fr. Senior's bio is very impressive - Donald Senior, C.P., holds a Licentiate in theology (S.T.L.) from the University of Louvain, Belgium and a Doctorate in New Testament Studies
    Posted to Catholic Products by Don Awalt on Sat, Apr 7 2018
  • Re: Verbum Now Software Releases page problem

    I am a Verbum Now member:
    Posted to Catholic Products by Don Awalt on Wed, Apr 4 2018
  • Re: Forum hacked!

    Keep this in mind too - the way these spam bots work, they surf the web looking for wikis, blogs, forums and any other web forms to submit spam links to. They have logic built in to avoid all the obvious counter measures that would otherwise prevent them from registering or posting. AND, the fun part, as they find fertile ground where their posts are
    Posted to General by Don Awalt on Tue, Apr 3 2018
  • Re: Forum hacked!

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Thankful Faithlife is " looking for ways to keep the spam out without creating too big a burden to posting. It's a continual balancing act." [/quote] They can't be looking very hard. How about: - flood control, forcing users to wait for a short interval between making posts to the forum. Even a minute wouldn't impact
    Posted to General by Don Awalt on Tue, Apr 3 2018
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