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  • Re: Which G.K. Beale Logos books are essential in your opinion?

    Dr. Beale was my academic advisor when I studied at Westminster... so I'm biased. My recommendations: Listen to his inaugural lecture at Westminster - The Cognitive Peripheral Vision of Biblical Writers - It helpfully exposes some of his presuppositions as he connects OT and NT. Like everyone else seems to be saying, the Commentary on NT Use of the
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Aug 17 2016
  • Re: Free on Vyrso - July 28 - Grief Undone: A Journey with God and Cancer

    Professor Groves taught my first two semesters of Hebrew at Westminster seminary. She is a tremendous woman who loves the Lord and his word. I'm really excited to see this offered for free.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Jul 28 2016
  • Re: Historical Commentaries, esp. on Hebrews

    Many of the volumes in Classic Commentaries and Studies on Hebrews and Classic Commentaries and Studies on Hebrews Upgrade date from that time or earlier and should have been available in the US.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sat, Jul 23 2016
  • Re: Salt and Light

    [quote user="Beloved"]Can anyone recommend great works on the subject of sociology especially as it impacts societal institutions and governance from a Christian perspective? These titles should preferably be in Logos, but other formats are acceptable.[/quote] Among Vern Poythress' series of Redeeming [Subject] books is Redeeming Sociology . You might
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, Jul 13 2016
  • Re: Lectio Divina & the Gospel of John

    MJ, Thanks for the references! I'll read Keller and Packer with a more discerning eye in the future. (I suspect I hadn't caught this before because neither is primarily known as a theologian of prayer so my reading of them hadn't centered on those topics.)
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sat, May 28 2016
  • Re: Lectio Divina & the Gospel of John

    [quote user="Milkman"]My first impression was to say to myself: "A comment like his tells a lot about his mistrust in others."[/quote] You called yourself both "modern" and "postmodern." Since postmodernism is a reaction directly against modernism - they are fundamentally incompatible - I thought you were being facetious. That, coupled with the fact
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Sat, May 28 2016
  • Re: Lectio Divina & the Gospel of John

    [quote user="Milkman"]Or am I thinking too much as a modern postmodern North American reformed person?[/quote] Are you actually reformed or was that facetious? The concept of LD runs contrary to a reformed doctrine of Scripture.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Fri, May 27 2016
  • Re: What Are Your Favorite / Most Useful Resources?

    Language & Word Study: Morph Search (Basically, do your own word study before consulting BDAG and HALOT) Pastoral Care: Journal of Biblical Counseling and Journal of Modern Ministry I can't tell you how valuable these are for preaching . Dictionaries: IVP Black Dictionaries Commentaries: I tend to consult Carson and Longman to find the strongest technical
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Wed, May 25 2016
  • Re: Free from David C Cook

    I really enjoyed this book - I hope lots of people take advantage of the free offer.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, May 17 2016
  • Re: Note On John Piper Sermon Archive

    [quote user="Everett Headley"]I haven't found them to be significantly different.[/quote] In this case (his sermon on Luke 15:11-24) the quote I went looking for is an entire paragraph that doesn't appear in the manuscript text.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Fri, Mar 11 2016
  • Note On John Piper Sermon Archive

    I often consult John Pipers sermons as if they were a commentary. Recently, instead of reading the sermon manuscript I listened to the sermon on the Desiring God website. I heard a real gem in the sermon and I went to Logos to read the quote again only to find that it wasn't there. It was also missing from the sermon transcript on the DG website. I
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Fri, Mar 11 2016
  • Re: Zondervan Sale until 3/12

    [quote user="Alan"] So if one was to buy these ebooks, can they be read on Logos? If not, what other platforms can be read in? [/quote] If... You have the means to convert the downloaded file to a *.docx AND Your purchase license allows you to do so ...you could load it in Logos as a Personal Book.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Fri, Mar 11 2016
  • Re: Zondervan Sale until 3/12

    Zondervan does sales for ebooks and software separately. The promotion specifically says its for ebooks. If the title is on Vyrso you might expect a price match.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, Mar 8 2016
  • Re: Sell me on MobileEd

    I have limited experience with MobileEd (3 courses) so I can't give you a comprehensive evaluation, but so far it hasn't impressed me. The segments are too brief to develop penetrating thought and leave me feeling like I've had a helpful introduction rather than a meaningful course. I've gotten far more from iTunes U courses from top seminaries. (And
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Mar 3 2016
  • Re: Systematic theology recommendation

    It's really hard to answer a question like this because there are so many options and the term "evangelical" really doesn't have an agreed-upon meaning anymore. First, the two names you mentioned: I'm not too familiar with Geisler's work so I won't comment on him. Chafer is a niche theologian. If you're interested in studying classic Dispensationalism
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Feb 25 2016
  • Re: Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament for $9.99

    I'm preaching through the parables and this past week we were in Luke 10:30-37 with the parable of the Good Samaritan. I bought Garland's Luke volume just to see how I would enjoy it. And I liked it! As far as detail goes, it fell somewhere between Bock's BECNT volume and Hendricksen's BNTC volume. Garland considered the text carefully, asked and answered
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Tue, Feb 23 2016
  • Christian Counselor's Commentary

    This product is difficult to find in print and I've been blessed by Adams other work .
    Posted to Suggestions by Dave Moser on Sat, Feb 20 2016
  • Re: Open Syllabus Project

    [quote user="Ted Weis"]To my surprise, several of the books I wasn't familiar with[/quote] That's because the sample size is really small. Augustine's Confessions is at the top with only 11 occurrences.
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Mon, Feb 8 2016
  • Deal: Exalting Jesus in Leviticus $2.99

    Not sure how long this sale lasts:
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Fri, Feb 5 2016
  • Re: Poythress - "Understanding Dispensationalist"

    FYI on terminology in the book: When Poythress published this book in the mid-80's he observed a trend (you'll see it in chapters 1, 3, and 4) of dispensational scholarship moving in the direction of more classical interpretation. He calls this phenomenon "modified dispensationalism." However, subsequent to Poythress' publication, dispensationalists
    Posted to General by Dave Moser on Thu, Feb 4 2016
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