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  • Re: Tertullian - Did he say it and, if so, where?

    Yes! The three horsepersons of the Patristics come to my rescue again! Thank you, MJ, Denise, and Sinenomine for speedy replies, and further clarifications. [quote user="Denise"]This is a great thread. Never thought of Tertullian as Mr. T. [/quote] You're welcome
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Wed, Nov 20 2019
  • Tertullian - Did he say it and, if so, where?

    I have often heard it said and seen it quoted that Tertullian said, "Suddenly a son, suddenly sent, and suddenly a saviour!" I have also heard that this was said by Mr T(ertullian) said this in reference to the Marcion controversy. And, whilst I pity the fool who does not properly cite their sources, it does happen. So far my own humble undertakings
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Mon, Nov 18 2019
  • Re: Systematic Theology For Laymen

    Hi Michael, my recommendations are adapted from a post on a similar thread a few days ago: First, Louis Berkhof's two-volume set. Berkhoff has a really succinct style offering excellent summaries of the biblical data and thorough overviews of the historical development of a doctrine. A safe, solid, easy to read, classic. You can’t go wrong, and if you
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Sat, Nov 9 2019
  • Re: Systematic Theology recommendations?

    Hi James, Thanks for starting this thread - I've enjoyed reading the answers. Certainly, I'd agree with those who have suggested Erikson, he is probably one of the most neutral systematic theologians out there. Before I give my other suggested, I should say that I'm a card-carrying Reformed Christian so that is going to influence my choice of Systematic
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Tue, Nov 5 2019
  • Re: Best books on OEC/EC/TE?

    Hi everyone, So it has been five months since I first asked the lovely people of Logos Forum for book recommendations. A lot has happened in that time, not least being asked by BioLogos to write my journey and some reflections into a Reformation Day article. If you‘d like to, you can read it here: https://biologos.org/personal-stories/why-im-reforming
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, Nov 1 2019
  • Re: Please Remove Restriction for Lexham 25% off Code

    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, Nov 1 2019
  • Re: Wow, studying the Vulgate in Logos is rubbish

    Thank you so much, KS4J, I knew if anyone had the answer it would be you!
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Mon, Oct 28 2019
  • Re: Faithlife Digital Gift Card!

    If it isn't available already, can I suggest a 'check out as guest' option for gift cards? Friends and family might be hesitant about creating an account simply to send a gift card. I appreciate that accounts for gift cards are required at Amazon, etc. but Faithlife is a tad more niche than amazon. ;-)
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Sun, Oct 27 2019
  • Re: Wow, studying the Vulgate in Logos is rubbish

    Thanks MJ. I did have a play with advanced prioritisation but I couldn't get it to work. No problem if you don't have time, perhaps someone else will chime in with the answer.
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Sun, Oct 27 2019
  • Re: Wow, studying the Vulgate in Logos is rubbish

    [quote user="Liam & Abi Maguire"] Does anyone know if there is a way to hover over passage refs in a Lexicon and make it show a specific translation in the pop-up? For example, when I mouse over a Bible reference in the Analytical Lexicon of the Vulgate the pop up shows the verse in the NIV. Is there a way to make it show the Vulgate instead? Preferably
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Sat, Oct 26 2019
  • Re: Wow, studying the Vulgate in Logos is rubbish

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Thanks Denise [/quote] +1
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Sat, Oct 26 2019
  • Re: BUG: Orange Highlighter Is Now Dull Brown 8.9 beta 3

    [quote user="Myke Harbuck"] [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] Why can’t we pick our own colors? [/quote] I second this motion. [/quote] This +infinity. I also second the person who said about picking our own colours, and by picking I mean a colour hue panel a la Microsoft Word
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Liam & Abi Maguire on Sat, Oct 26 2019
  • Re: Wow, studying the Vulgate in Logos is rubbish

    Thanks for the tips/insights, SineNomine. And thanks to everyone else too. Now that I've settled in and gotten used to the tools at my disposal, I can see that I might have overreacted a little bit. I've picked up a few more lexicons (inc. the Analytical Lexicon of the Vulgate) and seem to be making good progress. One thing I troubling me though, does
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, Oct 25 2019
  • Re: Wow, studying the Vulgate in Logos is rubbish

    Thanks, SineNomine. This gave me pause for thought. I guess maybe I'd gotten used to the way the Greek Interlinear for so long that when I open up the Latin interlinear I was shocked that it didn't look the same. Also, whilst I was never trying to conform my translation to the Greek interlinear I did use it to check i was in the correct ballpark if
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Wed, Oct 16 2019
  • Re: Wow, studying the Vulgate in Logos is rubbish

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"] I would like to provide a dissident view - but please don't take me seriously. When children learn a language, they don't have any dictionary/lexicon/grammar/textbook. [/quote] This is is essentially how Duolingo works too. However, it is often difficult to work out endings this way. For example, this approach might help you
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Wed, Oct 16 2019
  • Re: Wow, studying the Vulgate in Logos is rubbish

    [quote user="Steve Maling"] Liam, might the Analytical Lexicon of the Vulgate be of interest? https://www.logos.com/product/148408/analytical-lexicon-of-the-vulgate Two additional Logos resources that might help are: 1) Dictionary of the Vulgate New Testament ( https://www.logos.com/product/2138/dictionary-of-the-vulgate-new-testament ); and 2) Lewis
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Wed, Oct 16 2019
  • Re: New Tyndale volume on Genesis- Podcast available

    That is strange that the audio cuts short. You know, there is only one logical explanation, right? Conspiracy! No seriously, Thanks JRB, that is really helpful. Thank you for taking the time to look.
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, Oct 11 2019
  • Re: Wow, studying the Vulgate in Logos is rubbish

    Thanks for your speedy reply Denise. I have since done some checking, and you are correct Denise that none of my Greek NTs have an interlinear pane so I am willing to concede on that point. As to the interlinears, h opefully, this image will illustrate my frustration. Below is a screenshot of The Lexham Latin-English Interlinear Vulgate on the left
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, Oct 11 2019
  • Wow, studying the Vulgate in Logos is rubbish

    So I'm a full-blooded protestant. But after years of trying to learn Greek, I've finally thrown in the towel. I have a workable understanding of the language, basic vocab, and enough familiarity with the language to know that 'Power of God' in Romans 1 doesn't mean 'the dynamite of God'! On a whim, I thought I'd give (classical) Latin a crack on Duolingo
    Posted to General by Liam & Abi Maguire on Fri, Oct 11 2019
  • Re: Missing Free Books in Pulpit Commentary by H. D. M. Spence

    [quote user="Ben Amundgaard (Faithlife)"] Looking at this now. [/quote]
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