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  • Re: Systematic Theologies Sale

    Until a sale landing page is found, this is probably your best bet: https://www.logos.com/products/search?sort=savings&pageSize=60&Status=Live&Resource+Type=Systematic+Theologies
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: TDOT & TDNT

    [quote user="Richard Villanueva"] Wouldnt this be expected of a dictionary called the " Theological Dictionary of Old/New Testament"? Not trying to be cute here, but I would imagine that is the point of this kind of resource, right? [/quote] The OP's original question was about the usefulness of these resources for lexicography . And I replied to that
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Mar 7 2019
  • Re: TDOT & TDNT

    I think the main criticism of TDOT/NT is not that they are out of date but that they tend to imbue too much theological freight into words.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Mar 6 2019
  • Re: A Theology of the Temple

    [quote user="Whyndell Gizzard"] Read Beale's Book " The Temple and the Church's Mission " in the NSIBT series- it brings the Temple into its true perspective. [/quote] So so good.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, Jan 29 2019
  • Re: OT: George Will's Prognosticating.

    [quote user="Denise"]Logos' main model is pouring information (sermons) into a progressively less interested group of believers.[/quote] 2 Tim 4:1-5
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Fri, Jan 4 2019
  • Re: The Letter to the Romans, Second Edition, D. Moo

    Oops! I saw a similar article on Moo's commentary, but can't find it now. If my memory serves me well, the updates to Moo's commentary are more substantial than Schreiner's.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Dec 20 2018
  • Re: The Letter to the Romans, Second Edition, D. Moo

    I found this article helpful: https://spoiledmilks.com/2018/11/23/review-romans-becnt-schreiner-revised/amp/ The changes seem substantial. If I were planning to preach/teach Romans in the near future I'd get it, but I'm personally not going to pull the trigger right now.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Dec 20 2018
  • Re: Which datasets do you use most frequently?

    I began with Logos 4 and I think the Lemma In Passage data set/tool (included in Bronze) is the first new tool that adds value to my weekly sermon prep. I honestly can't think of any other feature that has meaningfully impacted my regular work in all the subsequent releases. Lemma in Passage will be useful to you if... You need to do word studies regularly
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, Nov 20 2018
  • Re: Logos 8 Goodies Not to be missed

    Thanks for pointing this out. This thread convinced me to pull the trigger to buy Logos 8 and I feel good about it!
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Fri, Nov 9 2018
  • Re: Emerging Church

    The 9 Marks Journal is free on their website: https://www.9marks.org/journal/emerging-church/ And here is a resource in Logos: https://ebooks.faithlife.com/products/24414/why-were-not-emergent-by-two-guys-who-should-be
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sat, Oct 27 2018
  • Re: Evangelism from a Reformed perspective

    [quote user="Michael S."]Glad to help. If you would like to see anything else in the book, let me know. Also, just for the record, I am one who holds to both God's sovereignty and human responsibility, so would be glad to "defend" why I believe that way (using Logos resources of course!).[/quote] And Logos just happens to have a good reformed resource
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Sep 13 2018
  • Re: Evangelism from a Reformed perspective

    These immediately came to mind: Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God - Packer The Gospel and Personal Evangelism - Dever The Soul Winner: How to Lead Sinners to the Savior - Spurgeon Evangelism: How the Whole Church Speaks of Jesus - Stiles Reaching the Lost: Evangelism - Jamieson As I recall, these resources don't do a ton to deconstruct Finney's
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Sep 12 2018
  • Re: Aristotle is so close!

    [quote user="Gao Lu"] Everything Aristotle is freely and widely available free on the internet. Unless someone just wants the Greek morphologically tagged.... [/quote] That's exactly why I bought this. The Loeb library has been really helpful for me in word studies in the GNT. I own many of the Loeb collections I have zero intention of reading simply
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, Aug 28 2018
  • Re: DD Twitter Deal

    For those interested, Wilkins writes from a perspective called "Free Grace Theology." (Often associated with Dispensational theology, though not identical.) It is often called "easy-believism" by critics. The biggest names associated with it are Zane Hodges and Charles Ryrie. Some resources responding to this view: Christ the Lord , Horton ed The Gospel
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Fri, Jul 27 2018
  • Verse/Reading List: Gathered Worship of the Local Church

    I'm trying to find a reading list , verse list, search string, or other reference/search to identify all biblical references to the local church's practice of gathered worship. Any ideas?
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Jul 4 2018
  • Re: July's Monthly Sale

    The Journal of Biblical Counseling is one of my most-used and best-loved resources. You can see why I prize it and how I use it in the link in my forum signature. I highly recommend it.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Mon, Jul 2 2018
  • Re: Sermon preparation help with favourite commentaries

    [quote user="Ryan"] You may have already done this, but just in case you haven't, don't forget to prioritize your favorite/most helpful commentaries in your library. By doing this you will ensure that the commentaries you want populate the passage guide in the order of your preference. [/quote] This!
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sat, Jun 9 2018
  • Re: Help with Francis Turretin

    Along with Bavinck's Reformed Dogmatics and Vos' works , Turretin holds the absolute high-water mark of post-Calvin Reformed systematics. I had to purchase it physically because I needed it for a course before the pre-pub closed, but I'm still considering buying in Logos it with the sale. It's that good. It reads different than most systematics: It
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Mar 21 2018
  • Re: What is the purpose of the church...

    I'd recommend... Browsing the Ecclesiology section of the Logos website . You'll likely find more robust works there than many that have already been mentioned. Also worth checking out is Tim Keller's major work Center Church which is divided into separate resources on the Vyrso website. Reading the ecclesiology sections of systematic theologies from
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, Jan 2 2018
  • Re: Histories of Alexander the Great (8 vols.)

    [quote user="Marshall Harrison"] Why? What value does it have for Bible study? Serious question. Not trying to be facetious or rude or anything. I really am curious. [/quote] Among the possible reasons Logos customers might pick this up, my particular favorite is... The Loeb series is really helpful for conducting original language word studies. Most
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sun, Dec 10 2017
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