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  • Re: Time-based search feature

    But do any of these actually let you search by “last accessed”? Can you select a number of unrelated books in the library and say “search these?” you’d need to make a collection, and then delete it.
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Today
  • Time-based search feature

    It happens to me all the time, that I will say "shoot! I was just reading something about this last week! Where the heck was it in my library?" And what I remember will be too vague to search on without getting 1000s of hits. BUT... what if you could use Logos' history as a search limiter? That is, run a search limited to the resources opened in the
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Yesterday
  • Re: Change Needed for Upper End Tablets!

    " if your new iPad is as good as a computer why haven’t Apple installed their own operating system as used on their computers." It's not just a question of RAM and chip frequency, but chip design. Apple builds their own ARM chips for the iPads, iPhones, etc., but Intel is in the desktops/laptops. So the traditional OSX isn't technically designed
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Ben on Thu, May 16 2019
  • Re: iOS Reader Suite 8.3.1.0109 Beta Release Notes

    Uh, page not found?
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Ben on Wed, May 15 2019
  • Feature request/issue with current setup: two problems with font sizes and changing them

    Two requests First, I have my BHS/SBL Hebrew open all the time on my 10.5 iPad. I find that when the Hebrew is the right size, the English in my other tabs is too large, and when the English is the right size, the Hebrew is too small. I'd like to be able to adjust them independently, or have the Hebrew increased in size relative to English. Second,
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Ben on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: Robert Alter, Finally Complete!

    It's additions like Alter that increase Logos' academic credibility (and "referrability") for those of us who spend more time with academics than pastors.
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: Second display

    Note that Apple is strongly rumored to be building this capacity into the next version of OSX. It should be announced on June 3, beta shortly thereafter, and released to the general public in September. I've used two of these programs, and they're always laggy and buggy, so I look forward to having built-in capability of it.
    Posted to General by Ben on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: Robert Alter, Finally Complete!

    bump
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: Button for Source Information

    Amen!
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Sun, May 12 2019
  • Science, Religion, History, and Hermeneutics suggestions

    Suggestions from my doctoral reading lists and dissertation proposal research, which I'd like to see in Logos. Grant Wacker, Augustus H. Strong and the Dilemma of Historical Consciousness Hans Frei, The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative: A Study in 18th and 19th Century Hermeneutics ( classic) Bernard Ramm's seminal The Christian View of Science and Scripture
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Sun, May 12 2019
  • Tremper Longman's new book

    I'd like to suggest Tremper Longman's new book Confronting Old Testament Controversies: Pressing Questions about Evolution, Sexuality, History, and Violence . It's Baker, so there's already a relationship with the publisher.
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Wed, May 1 2019
  • Re: Who Fascinates you in church history?

    Thanks for the support and prayers, all. It's appreciated and needed. I'm extremely anxious, since this is my second round. My first attempt at a PhD, which included an MA plus four years of coursework, was torpedoed because apparently I couldn't sightread Babylonian well enough. So I bring extra baggage to this. Of course, different school, different
    Posted to General by Ben on Tue, Apr 30 2019
  • Re: Who Fascinates you in church history?

    I have my PhD exams in a week: History of Science, American Religious History, and Reformation History, so I've been getting a really broad overview, and getting to know those I named. Glad they were of interest.
    Posted to General by Ben on Mon, Apr 29 2019
  • Re: Who Fascinates you in church history?

    And Niels Stinsen/Nicholas Steno!
    Posted to General by Ben on Mon, Apr 29 2019
  • Re: Who Fascinates you in church history?

    Aimee Semple McPherson is really interesting, and the biography by Sutton quite readable. Otherwise, the people I find interesting right now are Desiderius Erasmus and Lorenzo Valla.
    Posted to General by Ben on Mon, Apr 29 2019
  • Re: Chiastic structure resource

    You ought to be able to find something in this published bibliography . (Note that one of the two reviews gave it one star, because it only provided a bibliography. C- for reading comprehension there, pal.) This volume (same editor) has some chapters dealing with the Biblical Hebrew, the New Testament, as well as Bible-adjacent literature.
    Posted to General by Ben on Mon, Apr 22 2019
  • Re: Hebrew Bible Word Study issue

    That's a vague question. You mean, are they encoded into the interlinear English and BHS Hebrew? Yes, as I understand it. You mean, a simple way for a non-Hebrew reader to find out what the stem is in a particular usage? Yes. See above. You mean, a simple way in Logos currently for a non-Hebrew reader to learn about different stems and what they mean
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Wed, Apr 10 2019
  • Re: Hebrew Bible Word Study issue

    Perhaps a note somewhere in the Logos Instructions, and annotating the graph with the stems? Rough example
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Wed, Apr 10 2019
  • Hebrew Bible Word Study issue

    By way of background, I did six years of grad work in Semitics: Hebrew, Aramaic, Arabic, Akkadian, others. There is a significant discontinuity between Semitic languages and English which isn't currently reflected in the BWS for Hebrew (or Aramaic, I assume), which can mislead users. I'm talking about stems/binyanim. That is, a given root can have
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Wed, Apr 10 2019
  • Re: German Dictionary: How much interest?

    I would love a good German dictionary. Harper-Collins Unabridged :)
    Posted to General by Ben on Tue, Apr 9 2019
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