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  • Re: Good Dispensational Commentaries or Systematic Theologies

    [quote user="Alexander Fogassy"]I'm looking for classical, normative, traditional dispensationalism. Not the progressive or moderate type, and certainly not ultra-dispensationalism. [/quote] This is helpful info. Based on that I'd say Chaffer and Ryrie are probably the most prominent exemplars for you. Something to consider: People keep recommending
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Aug 16 2017
  • Re: Thanks for the birthday gift certificate!

    I grabbed Longnecker's new Romans volume. $70 on it's own $40 in the marked down NIGNTC sale $20 after the coupon Not bad!
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sat, Jul 1 2017
  • Resource Suggestion: In-Depth Look at Lev 16:21

    I'm preaching on Lev 16 this week, which contains a construction I've not seen before, and the commentaries I own don't address it. In Lev 16:21 three words are used to describe the sin being transferred to the scapegoat. The first two nouns are marked with the direct object marker but the last has a lammed preposition. Most English translations don
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Jun 8 2017
  • Re: Israel and the Church

    [quote user="P A"]Hi Are there any resources in Logos that compare different views of Israel and the Church. Thank you P A [/quote] The suggestions thus far have all revolved around books about this particular issue. That's helpful, but an incomplete sample of resources Logos offers to address this question. I'd also suggest: Substantial commentaries
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sun, Jun 4 2017
  • Re: Question for Marketing

    I search for this occasionally. I always do: type:commentary AND subject:[book]
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sat, Jun 3 2017
  • Re: Demon possession in Jesus' day

    Rich, I'd really recommend Powlison's lectures (above) to you. They correspond to your experience and perspective really well.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Jun 1 2017
  • Re: Demon possession in Jesus' day

    If you're interested in listening to some lectures, David Powlison's addresses give a really helpful biblical expositon: Power Encounters - Reclaiming Spiritual Warfare - Part 1 Power Encounters - Reclaiming Spiritual Warfare - Part 2 His main idea is that modern readers have their ideas of the demonic informed more by the occult (primarily from medieval
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Jun 1 2017
  • Re: Your thoughts on Journal of Biblical Counseling?

    Liam, As a pastor this is one of my most-used resources. If you preach, it's enormously helpful for sermon application . For counseling, it goes far deeper than most other counseling resources like the June Hunt collection (which helpfully covers lots of topics, but doesn't do a whole lot of biblical reflection). Sidebar: If you're considering this
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, Apr 25 2017
  • Re: OT: Canonicity by denomination of John 7:53-8:11, Mark 16:9-20 (e.g.)

    [quote user="David Paul"]The "Woman Caught in Adultery" pericope is prophetically required to be in the Bible. How it got there is immaterial.[/quote] This answer is so completely not what the OP asked that I laughed out loud. He didn't ask how it was included. He didn't ask why you think it's canonical. He didn't ask what your criteria for text criticism
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Apr 19 2017
  • Re: Running Logos 7 on the new AMD Ryzen 5

    By far the biggest difference is the SSD. Logos isn't a computation-heavy program. It's a data-retrieval program. For an example: I upgraded my old PC with an old AMD Athlon Duo (circa 2010) with a SSD and it radically sped up Logos. Last year I replaced that aging system including an Intel Core i7-6700 - a hugely powerful processor - and saw no discernible
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, Apr 18 2017
  • Re: First Year of Ministry Pastor Book Recommendations (apart from The Bible)

    Far and away my most used resource is the Journal of Biblical Counseling . (And I'm excited about the forthcoming update !) I use it in both my pastoral counseling and my sermon prep (see the link on sermon application in my signature below). The June Hunt counseling library is great because it covers lots of topics but it's rather superficial. The
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sat, Apr 15 2017
  • Re: A Question about the "Commentary on the NT Use of the OT"

    Yes. Yes. Yes!
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, Apr 4 2017
  • NIVAC NT Sale

    It looks like the NIVAC NT set is $200 off right now. Not sure how long the sale runs. I have a few volumes and have found them somewhat useful for my sermon prep needs. Won't be buying this myself but thought others might like to know about the sale.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Mar 29 2017
  • Re: How Good is the MM "Be" Series price of $5.39 peVolume?

    You say you're interested "to complete the Wiersbe" series. That implies you own some volumes. How helpful have you found them? I have personally found the Wiersbe volumes I own faithful but so basic they don't fill any need I have.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sat, Mar 18 2017
  • Re: Sale on Michael Horton Zondervan Resources

    "Sale ends at 11:59pm ET on March 14, 2017" per the publisher's website .
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Mon, Mar 13 2017
  • Sale on Michael Horton Zondervan Resources

    Zondervan is running a sale on Michael Horton e-books. That means Vyrso (but not Logos) resources are also on sale. Here's Horton's author page on Vyrso , and here are the books on sale: A Place for Weakness: Preparing Yourself for Weakness $1.99 Ordinary: Sustainable Faith in a Radical, Relentless World $2.99 Core Christianity: Finding Yourself in
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Mon, Mar 13 2017
  • Please Recommend a Resource: Evangelism in OT

    I'm in the planning stages of an OT survey and would like to highlight the theme of God's global mission in the OT. What resources would you recommend and why ? Thanks in advance!
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Nov 2 2016
  • Re: LOGOS vs. Google

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] And in Google you are limited to plain text searches - no morphology, no grammar, no semantic role, no syntax, no assignment of antecedent to pronouns ... IIRC you can't even specify within a range of words or characters. [/quote] Agreed. For technical searches Logos is vastly superior. But if I'm trying to find a verse that
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Mon, Oct 31 2016
  • Re: The Best Deal Ever! Faithlife is sending prices through the floor...

    [quote user="Mark Smith"]Doubly unfortunate is the fact that our 2017 budget has already been finalized.[/quote] This.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Oct 12 2016
  • Re: Hopeful Future Baptist assistant pastor asking - Cheapest best way to upgrade to 7.x?

    Joshua, What features do you actually need? If the features you want don't require a dataset (e.g. Multiview), just wait for the core engine upgrade. If the features you want do require a dataset (e.g. Systematic Theologies section of passage guide) you're going to have to spend money. I'd recommend buying over renting. I have more than $10k invested
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sat, Sep 17 2016
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