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  • Re: Do FL staff work on Sundays?

    Many Christians (often, but not exclusively the Reformed and Presbyterian) point to places like Matthew 12:1-12 and argue that work on a Sunday/Sabbath is permissible if it is either an act of mercy (v3-4) or an act of necessity (v5). In the case of Logos, that might mean a tech support staff member working on a Sunday to fix an issue that is affecting
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Mon, Oct 8 2018
  • Re: The City of God - Where to begin reading?

    Thank you for your replies gentlemen. I'll do a bit more digging, but as you all say, it appears that cover to cover is the best way. Have a great day. L
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Fri, Oct 5 2018
  • The City of God - Where to begin reading?

    Augustine's The City of God is a massive work. No doubt he intended it to be read cover to cover, but does it need to be? Have you read it? ow did you read it? Are the core books, sections, chapters? Are some parts more essentially than others can some bits be skipped? How would you slice and dice it? Welcome your thoughts as I consider a reading plan
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Thu, Oct 4 2018
  • Re: Pastor Appreciation Month: $20 Coupon

    Dear David, personally very grateful for you sharing this promotion on the forum. I'm a church leader myself and if you had not shared it here, I probably wouldn't have seen it. Thanks again. :D
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Thu, Oct 4 2018
  • Re: Pastor Appreciation Month: $20 Coupon

    Thank you so much, Faithlife! So grateful for this coupon. I use my coupon to pick up: John Frame, The Collected Shorter Theological Works Louis Berkhof, Introduction to Systematic Theology A. W. Pink, Objections to the Sovereignty of God
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Wed, Oct 3 2018
  • Re: Help with Text Critical Commentary

    Hi everyone, Thank you so much for all of your helpful replies, comments, links, etc. I'm sorry I can't reply to each of your personally. This thread has encouraged me to check the textual notes after marking up the passage but before going to the commentaries. I found that a useful approach to take. It has also provided the kick in the pants that I
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Tue, Oct 2 2018
  • Re: Is it just me or did our free Faithlife Connect offerings go down the tube this month?

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="Marshall Harrison"]The FaithLife Classics only had 4 books that were over $20[/quote] That's not because the list of classics has been drastically shortened. As far as I know, it's the same 3,000+ as it was. But it's because Faithlife have dramatically cut the price of many of their public domain works, but haven
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Tue, Oct 2 2018
  • Re: Monthly LN Free Book Recommendations

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] [quote user="JT (alabama24)"]I ended up choosing to work through The Poetical Works of John and Charles Wesley. I should be finished with the series by the end of the year.[/quote] Two left! I'll need to find a new series next... [/quote] That is dedication to a cause, JT! Any ideas on what you'll go on to next?
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by Liam Maguire on Tue, Oct 2 2018
  • Re: Monthly LN Free Book Recommendations

    [quote user="Tony Walker"] What are you using to browse the free Original titles? When I click on the Faithflife connect link it shows I think about 20 books. The one you picked this month about lies pastors believe wasnt an option for me [/quote] Hi Tony, I use this link: https://ebooks.faithlife.com/originals . Lies Pastor's Believe is the first title
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by Liam Maguire on Tue, Oct 2 2018
  • Re: Is it just me or did our free Faithlife Connect offerings go down the tube this month?

    Personally very happy with the offerings through FLC this month and found it hard to choose from the 10 titles on offer. Though I'll admit that, once again, Faithlife need to do a better job of telling us about changes in advance. Communication with old-LN/new-FLC users seems to be there Achilles heel. I also tend not to work through the classics list
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Tue, Oct 2 2018
  • Re: Free Book of the Month: October 2018

    [quote user="doc"] The Verbum offer has not yet been updated either. [quote user="Paul Caneparo"] eBooks free book of the month hasn't been updated yet. My guess it's either of these which are now free. https://ebooks.faithlife.com/products/137729/this-changes-everything https://ebooks.faithlife.com/products/35761/crazy-busy [/quote] [/quote] Really
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Mon, Oct 1 2018
  • Re: Monthly LN Free Book Recommendations

    Good morning everyone, it is that day again - that's right - free book day! As always, codes are below. Don't forget to share your purchases too! This month's FLC vouchers are: FREEORIGINALOCT FREECLASSICOCT This month I picked up the Scripture Parallels in Ancient Classics as my classic book - it looked like a good way of making use of my Perseus DIgital
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by Liam Maguire on Mon, Oct 1 2018
  • Re: Free Book of the Month: October 2018

    Here are the Links to free book of the month over and Verbum and Ebooks. Deron Spoo, The Good Book (eBooks): https://ebooks.faithlife.com/free-book-of-the-month Catherine of Siena, The Dialogue of the Seraphic Virgin (Verbum): https://verbum.com/free-book-of-the-month
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Mon, Oct 1 2018
  • Re: Free Book of the Month: October 2018

    What a steal. £37 set down to £3.50. I'm very thankful for the Free Book of the Month on Logos, Verbum, and Faithlife eBooks. Not only does it introduce me to resources I never even knew existed, but it is also a great way to expand my library. Thank you Faithlife for your consistent generosity. :-D
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Mon, Oct 1 2018
  • Help with Text Critical Commentary

    Hi all, I recently discovered Rick Brannan and Israel Loken. The Lexham Textual Notes on the Bible . 2014. in my Library. It is an interesting commentary and I get the sense it could be useful but I'm not really sure how to deploy it to full effect... Here are my questions: 1. What use (if at all) is a book like this outside the world of academia? 2
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Fri, Sep 28 2018
  • Re: Perseus - English resources missing

    [quote user="Kyle G. Anderson"] Sorry for the confusion. There is a mistake on the product page. This collection is generated from Perseus data and unfortunately they don't carry the works of Aristophanes in English. [/quote] Hey Kyle, What about Letters by Pliny the Younger? Seems I only have them in Latin.
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Mon, Sep 24 2018
  • Re: Gifting books?

    [quote user="Mark"] Not necessarily. They may have put the project on the back burner, thinking it was not important. As you mentioned, it was years ago. I am revising the thread. I am in Poland at the moment, wanting to gift Logos Fundamentals to two believers in the country. No way to do it easily. Call HQ? Cant do that while in Europe. Call when
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Mon, Sep 24 2018
  • Re: Trying to get back to daily Logos use

    In many ways, desire is the handmaiden of duty. My advice for folk struggling to engage with reading the bible or Christian material is dive into something they find interesting. Logos is great for this. For example a few weeks ago I was struggling with both regular Bible reading and prayer. So I ran the following search: {Addressee <Person God>
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Mon, Sep 24 2018
  • Re: Messianic Jews Question

    Dear DAL, based on my own (limited) understanding of Messianic Judaism, my (hobbyists) interest in early Christianity, and the wonderful responses on this forum, I'd say that your friend has fallen in with a group that practices Ebionitism (all be it in a more modern construction). McGrath in H eresy (105, 2009) is keen to point out that "frustratingly
    Posted to General by Liam Maguire on Mon, Sep 24 2018
  • Re: Android App: Chronicle of an endless letdown

    In all seriousness, if you feel that strongly, I'd email Bob directly. His email is easy enough to find.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Liam Maguire on Tue, Sep 18 2018
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