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  • Re: Best books on OEC/EC/TE?

    Morning everyone, First of all, a huge thank you to all of you in helping with recommendations, I wish I could buy them all! In the end, this is what I've purchased: The Lost World of Adam and Eve by John Walton (picked this up on Audible in the end). How I Changed My Mind About Evolution: Evangelicals Reflect on Faith and Science I'm also saving up
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Sun, Jun 9 2019
  • Re: What are your go-to resources in Logos?

    Top 5 in the most used: - NIV 2011 - CSB - NIV84 (our church's 'pew bible') - The Lexham Greek-English Interlinear New Testament: SBL Edition - Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament based on Semantic Domains (AKA the Louw-Nida) Congratulations Logos forum. Can't wait for that $1,000,000 celebratory voucher will each be getting!!!
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, Jun 7 2019
  • Re: Best books on OEC/EC/TE?

    [quote user="Mattillo"] This book isn't in Logos but I think it gives a really good scientific look at 6-day creation: https://usstore.creation.com/the-genesis-account [/quote] Hi Mattillo, thank you for the suggestion. However, being well versed in the arguments supporting 6-day Creation I'm not looking for those kinds of resources at this time. As
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, Jun 7 2019
  • Re: Best books on OEC/EC/TE?

    [quote user="Paul"] Hands down the most comprehensive up to date EC/TE book out there is "Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins: Cosmology, geology, and biology in Christian Perspective. The book was developed for an integrative course taught at Wheaton College. John Walton's chiefly responsible for the theological perspectives. I am very glad
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, Jun 7 2019
  • Re: Best books on OEC/EC/TE?

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] Given your background, having learned from Ken Ham and then come to question what he taught you, you might be interested in the series of well-researched and insightful blog posts by Ian Panth, wherein he answers Ken Ham and Answers in Genesis. https://popchrist.com/ken-ham-and-answers-in-genesis-posts/ Ian Panth has a Masters
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Thu, Jun 6 2019
  • Re: Best books on OEC/EC/TE?

    Hi Everyone, Thanks so much for all of the recommendations, this is one of the reasons I love the Logos Forum. So many authors I'd never heard of before, I can't wait to dig into some of these books and do some exploring. By way of background, I was saved into a church that with a strong YEC background, attended an Answer in Genesis conference, and
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Tue, Jun 4 2019
  • Re: Removing the apocrypha...

    [quote user="SineNomine"] As a Catholic, I'd like to be able to limit Fuzzy Search results according to whatever reference range I feel like and to change that range whenever I want. I think the canon issue is a red herring in this thread: I think that the real trouble is the relevant BUG , already mentioned above. [/quote] On reflection, yeah that
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Tue, Jun 4 2019
  • Re: Removing the apocrypha...

    I'm a Protestant who does not see the Apocryphal books as canon, however, personally, I don't mind seeing them in searches. Many of these intertestamental books (which is what they are IIRC) are important regardless of whether they are inspired or not. They show how ideas develop after the end of the OT canon and help form the 'background radiation
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Tue, Jun 4 2019
  • Re: Command or Exhortation?

    [quote user="John C Connell Jr."] I am studying the phrase "Be strong and courageous." Is there a way to distinguish when the phrase is used as a command and when it is an exhortation? [/quote] I tend to use the propositional outline visual filter to help answer these kinds of questions. In you bible click the visual filter symbol (three circles) and
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Tue, Jun 4 2019
  • Best books on OEC/EC/TE?

    Hi Logos community, Me again, looking for more book recommendations this time on books with argue FOR Old Earth Creation, Evolutionary Creation, and/or Theistic Evolution. Bonus points if their authors are supportive of the authority of Scripture and argue for a literal Adam and Eve. Thanks, fellow Logicians, I look forward to reading your suggestions
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Sun, Jun 2 2019
  • Re: Logos Free for (Homeschool) Families

    Hi Phil, That seems reasonable to me and I am more than happy to pass the details on to some non-logosians. A quick question: is there any way you could provide a basic list of the resources contained in the bundle? It would be good to be able to highlight some of the key resources (especially commentaries, etc.) when talking with friends. Thanks in
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Sat, Jun 1 2019
  • Re: Lots of David C Cook books for 99c

    [quote user="Rick Ausdahl"] Mark, thank you... both for pointing out this sale and sharing titles you felt worth considering. Much appreciated. [/quote]
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Tue, May 28 2019
  • Re: Lots of David C Cook books for 99c

    Thanks for the heads up Mark. Any suggested 'must buys'?
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Tue, May 28 2019
  • Re: Windows 10 1903 Disk Space Survival Tactics

    Thanks for the heads up, Mab. I was able to free up over 15gb!
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, May 24 2019
  • Re: Receiving an account by Last Will

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] You could set up a group for your both logins, then share the notes with the group - much faster than copy and paste. And you'll be able to differentiate in your Logos installation between the professor's notes and your notes. [/quote] Yes! This is a great idea!
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, May 17 2019
  • Re: Getting the most out of our Logos Commentaries, What do you do?

    There is plenty here on the forum on this topic so I'd encourage you to have a look around. However, one thing I did was to create a custom series called 'Best commentaries'. I used the Tyndale OT/NT series as a base and then swapped in the best commentaries based on BestCommentaries.Com, Tim Challies Best Commentaries Blog Series, and the Ligonier
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, May 17 2019
  • Re: Receiving an account by Last Will

    [quote user="DeWayne Whitaker"] Thank you to everyone that replied. Logos has transferred the resources and from my understanding the notes are provided through my professors login. In which case I will have to copy and paste to my local. [/quote] Sorry for your lose, Friend. One option is to send the notes to a .docx file and then turn it into a personal
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Thu, May 16 2019
  • Re: Monthly LN Free Book Recommendations

    This month I picked up three more volumes in the Works of Aristotle: https://www.logos.com/products/search?q=works+of+aristotle&Author=891|Aristotle&Publisher=Clarendon+Press What did you choose this month?
  • Re: I'm having trouble with the Faithlife website.

    [quote user="PetahChristian"] Another workaround is to shop at the Logos store for now. The Faithlife Classics are also available there , and the Faithlife Connect coupon is also accepted at that site. [/quote] This is what I do. So much easier.
  • Re: Tips for Character Studies?

    [quote user="Francis"] The suggestion I would make is to be careful not to impress on the stories a significance they were not intended to have. So the first question on Moses, for instance, would be "why is the story told?" What role does his character play in the entire narrative in view of its overarching purpose? A couple things to keep in mind
    Posted to Logos 8 by Liam & Abi Maguire on Thu, May 2 2019
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