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  • Re: NET Bible Reverse Interlinear

    [quote user="Chris Echols"] This may sound heretical, but I'm not a big ESV fan... [/quote] Why would it? The ESV is nothing more than a glossed over RSV with a few conservative, calvinist tweaks.
    Posted to Suggestions by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Sun, Oct 2 2011
  • Re: A few community pricing titles to consider

    [quote user="fgh"] Well, if we're talking Greek, the first one not to miss would be Works of Richard R. Ottley (3 vols.) , since it went over the top yesterday and closes on Friday. Don't know anything about the guy, but it looks surprisingly interesting, especially for those with a special interest in the LXX and/or Isaiah (plus it has a good potential
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Sun, Oct 2 2011
  • Re: Perseus

    [quote user="Michael R. Jones"]How could I possibly know what Logos' server capacity is or know how many people have ordered it? I pre-ordered a product that said "ship date Sept 30" and waited for September 30. It's that simple.[/quote] That's unfortunate. All we can really say is: "Well, it was there." At least there are worse things in the world
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Sat, Oct 1 2011
  • Re: A few community pricing titles to consider

    PLACE YOUR BIDS! http://www.logos.com/product/8555/a-treatise-on-the-grammar-of-new-testament-greek http://www.logos.com/product/8510/samuel-prideaux-tregelles-collection http://www.logos.com/product/8534/georg-curtius-greek-studies-collection
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Sat, Oct 1 2011
  • Re: Has anyone had much to do with these works?

    Friedrich Blass is one of the most important Greek grammarians (classical or NT) of the past 150 years. If you have any sort of serious interest in the study of NT Greek, then yes, these book should be in your library. The fact is that there are perhaps less than a dozen truly great grammarians of NT Greek who have ever live and Blass is one of them
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Wed, Sep 28 2011
  • Re: WBC: Acts, Vol 1.

    [quote user="Mark Smith"] I see the first volume on Acts from the WBC is on pre-pub. Has anyone seen this yet in hardcover or read a review of it? http://www.logos.com/product/14963/word-biblical-commentary-vol-37a-acts-1-14 [/quote] It's not coming out in print until December: http://www.eisenbrauns.com/item/WAL1ACTS
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Tue, Sep 27 2011
  • Re: Louw-Nida in Old Testament doesn't work

    [quote user="Greg B"]If I am reading the Septuagint and want to look up a specific word in a lexicon, which would be the best to use?[/quote] Well, L&N is certainly a good lexicon and where there is overlap between the NT and LXX in vocab, its still going to be useful. As for what other lexicons there are...that's a difficult one. I wrote a blog post
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Mon, Sep 19 2011
  • Re: National Biblical Greek Exam--Hacked

    Hi Mark, I doubt you have anything to worry about. Hacking and defacing a website is the security equivalent of spray painting graffiti on the side of someone's building. http://www.xkcd.com/932/
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Sun, Sep 18 2011
  • Re: Louw-Nida in Old Testament doesn't work

    Swanson's use of L&N domains is dramatically different than what we find in the NT. The majority of the time, he merely refers to a range of entries, sometimes absolutely massive ranges: (ʾā∙ḇǎḏ): v.; ≡ Str 6; TWOT 2—1. LN 20.31–20.60 (qal) destroyed, ruined, be lost, i.e., be in a state of ruin and destruction pertaining to an object, including the
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Sun, Sep 18 2011
  • Re: Louw-Nida in Old Testament doesn't work

    [quote user="Greg B"] [quote user="Mike Aubrey"] Dream Impossibility: Louw-Nida tagging in Old Testament. [/quote] Not if you are in the Septuagint. Greg [/quote] L&N doesn't contain LXX vocabulary and the way the lexicon was designed, it cannot be extended to include a larger text base beyond the NT. The best you could get would be all the words in
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Sat, Sep 17 2011
  • Re: Louw-Nida in Old Testament doesn't work

    Dream Impossibility: Louw-Nida tagging in Old Testament.
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Fri, Sep 16 2011
  • Re: NIV

    [quote user="Rev. Kelly Todd"] Bob, I think that it is very important that we all realize that there is no one product that is a match for everyone. I went to the ESV, and am happier than I was with the NIV. there are even more tools for it. [/quote] That makes sense. The RSV is a beautiful translation.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Mon, Sep 12 2011
  • Re: A few community pricing titles to consider

    [quote user="Paul Newsome"]Mike, thanks for giving us perspective on these. I raised my bids.[/quote] Anytime. Thanks for the help!
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Fri, Sep 9 2011
  • Re: The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges (57 vols.)…

    Note the "~": Ships ~9/9/2011 Also, orders are processed in batches, not all at once, so not everyone will get it at the same time.
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Fri, Sep 9 2011
  • A few community pricing titles to consider

    There are a few CP titles that are really struggling simply because the first price that's put in for them tends to be the one that everyone else puts in. Thus Winer's A Treatise on the Grammar of New Testament Greek is stuck of a measley $4. http://www.logos.com/product/8555/a-treatise-on-the-grammar-of-new-testament-greek Do you realize that back
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Fri, Sep 9 2011
  • Re: Textual, Scholarly Commentary Series. Please Advise

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] You should add Hermeneia to your list - a very solid piece of Lutheran scholarship. When it comes to textual and grammatical analysis with solid scholarly analysis, the Lutherans usually win. [/quote] The publisher is Lutheran, but the series takes no theological or doctrinal stance in any way.
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Wed, Sep 7 2011
  • Re: Henry Alford's "The Greek New Testament"

    You can look through it on Google Books: http://www.google.com/search?q=alford+greek+testament&btnG=Search+Books&tbm=bks&tbo=1#q=alford+greek+testament&hl=en&tbo=1&tbm=bks&source=lnt&tbs=bkv:p&sa=X&ei=2NxgToHYOObn0QGPwZnyDw&ved=0CAoQpwUoAQ&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=29117392db1cf8aa&biw=1177&bih=636
    Posted to General by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Fri, Sep 2 2011
  • Re: Suggestions for a dragging Vista Laptop?

    [quote user="Brother Mark"]Mike, your point is accurate from a user's perspective for sure. MS says that 512MB (half a GB) is the minimum requirement, but Vista tends to "expand" to fill available space in RAM. One thing that I should add for the original poster is: If you are running Aero desktop, or Media Center, those are RAM hogs. You don't need
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Thu, Sep 1 2011
  • Re: Suggestions for a dragging Vista Laptop?

    Simply put, you need more memory. 1GB is barely enough for your OS, must less running Norton and Logos.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Thu, Sep 1 2011
  • Re: Resource Request: NA27, NIV84, NIV2011 and TNIV

    Also, the SBLGNT gives you all the information you need for seeing the text of the NA27.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Mike & Rachel Aubrey on Wed, Aug 10 2011
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