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  • Re: Is it really the Encyclopedia Britannica as we might of thought?

    Phil, Thanks for you and all of Faithlife working hard to correct this! I browsed the Encyclopedia when it downloaded and thought to myself they were oddly written, but since I hadn't looked at an EB set that wasn't less than 30 years old, I didn't know what direction they had taken their content. But with that said, now that you've got a decent relationship
    Posted to General by Greg on Wed, Oct 7 2015
  • Re: Reformed baptist

    Gets pretty silly pretty quick, huh?
    Posted to General by Greg on Mon, Sep 14 2015
  • Re: New PrePub - 15 more Volumes of Yale Works of Jonathan Edwards!

    I'm wondering why its so much cheaper then the previous set of JE resources. Last one was what, 20ish volumes for $900
    Posted to General by Greg on Thu, Aug 13 2015
  • Re: Has anyone seen Erasmus?

    He's right behind the cowboy!
    Posted to General by Greg on Sun, Aug 2 2015
  • Could Faithlife Survive an Earthquake or Tsunami?

    Given Faithlife's location in north-west Washington, I thought this article in The New Yorker was pretty relevant. http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/07/20/the-really-big-one TLDR: While everyone is worried about the San Andreas fault and "the big one" that's expected to hit California someday, a recently discovered fault line off the Oregon/Washington
    Posted to General by Greg on Tue, Jul 14 2015
  • Re: Four Responses to Matthew Vines' 40 Questions

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]BTW you might wish to check your counting or calculations or I'll bring out the fallacy hound. [/quote] The hounds aren't too good at picking up the scent of hyperbole
    Posted to Files by Greg on Thu, Jul 9 2015
  • Re: Four Responses to Matthew Vines' 40 Questions

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I've read neither but Whyndell you've been around long enough to know this sort of wording in your post is inappropriate. You're smarter than that.[/quote] Well, if its good enough for Paul... "I wrote to you in my letter not to associate N )" data-cr="#cen-NIV-28464N"> with sexually immoral people— not at all meaning the people
    Posted to Files by Greg on Thu, Jul 9 2015
  • Re: Wanting to try a course.

    All I could find was this on the return policy: https://www.logos.com/support/return It seems to cover everything but subscription products.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Greg on Mon, Jun 8 2015
  • Re: Wanting to try a course.

    Not any that are as good as this one. Perhaps others do though. I have seen resources show up on Ebay occasionally.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Greg on Mon, Jun 8 2015
  • Re: Wanting to try a course.

    Myke, Feel free to check out the group " Logos Resales " on Facebook. It has over 800 members, so someone may be willing to part with a course. You may want to explore Logos' return policy on courses too. If its the same as their policy for books, you may have 30 days to give a cheap course a try.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Greg on Mon, Jun 8 2015
  • Re: Logos software and Microsoft Hololens

    Just think, on your wall is projected your entire Logos library in book form. You reach up and take a dummy book with blank pages off the shelf and one of your logos books is projected on the pages, just like a real book! It'd be the best of both worlds! I would buy that!
    Posted to General by Greg on Fri, May 29 2015
  • Re: Suggestion: Add Fr. Louis Bouyer's works

    Posted to Catholic Products by Greg on Thu, May 7 2015
  • Re: Best book on Evolution and Creation?

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"]Hmm....That is one way of stifling the debate.[/quote] In light of the evidence, this is true. Now, would we not say the same on the question of the movement of the earth? Is there any legitimate debate within Christendom on whether the earth moves? How many of us would invest serious study in this question? And yet, I bet
    Posted to General by Greg on Wed, May 6 2015
  • Re: Best book on Evolution and Creation?

    [quote user="Scott S"]These statements seem inconsistent with inerrancy, but I missed the point he sees himself as “an inerrantist” and I misrepresented that. I’m sorry for the distraction.[/quote] The thing with inerrancy is where one grounds his perspective on it. If I claimed I believed in inerrancy of scripture, yet used the knowledge and truth
    Posted to General by Greg on Wed, May 6 2015
  • Re: Best book on Evolution and Creation?

    [quote user="Francis"]So, in all the books mentioned above, is there one or more that does both well? How do Walton and Lamoureux fare with regard to these questions?[/quote] Francis, Again, I think Lamoureux provides the best perspective on this issue. I read the book I suggested to you back in 2008 or 2009 (and I still own it), so my memory is a bit
    Posted to General by Greg on Wed, May 6 2015
  • Re: Best book on Evolution and Creation?

    [quote user="Matthew"]I Googled him and saw on Wikipedia (which we all know is ALWAYS reliable ) that he also had a doctoral degree in dentistry. Have to agree that qualifies him as dedicated! [/quote] Actually, if I remember correctly, a good part of his research for his PhD in biology focused on the evolutionary development of teeth in animals. But
    Posted to General by Greg on Tue, May 5 2015
  • Re: Best book on Evolution and Creation?

    I've followed the discussion actively for about a decade. Walton is taking it in a really good direction, so he's a good one to read. Many other evangelical scholars are working on it too. The best synthesis I've heard so far comes from Denis O. Lamoureux. This guy earned two PhDs for the express purpose of working on the creation/evolution problem
    Posted to General by Greg on Tue, May 5 2015
  • Re: Table of Contents For "Vatican Council II: The Conciliar and Post Conciliar Documents"

    Yeah, the inclusion of post-Vatican II documents was its major selling point for me. I already had the other set. It includes Humanae Vitae, which I really wanted in Logos.
    Posted to Catholic Products by Greg on Sat, Apr 11 2015
  • Re: Table of Contents For "Vatican Council II: The Conciliar and Post Conciliar Documents"

    Thanks Alex! That's just what I was looking for! Went ahead and bought it!
    Posted to Catholic Products by Greg on Mon, Apr 6 2015
  • Table of Contents For "Vatican Council II: The Conciliar and Post Conciliar Documents"

    I was wondering if anyone could provide the Table of Contents for the two volumes in the " Vatican Council II: The Conciliar and Post Conciliar Documents " 2 volume set? I'd like to see what all documents are included. Faithlife, any way to get the Table of Contents included on the product page? Thanks!
    Posted to Catholic Products by Greg on Mon, Apr 6 2015
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