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  • Re: Simple iPad Bible Study Question

    Thank you. I just downloaded Logos on my new PC. I will use that for serious study. I use my iPad for work so it is with me all the time and hence my desire to maximize it's use. Best, Tom
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Tom Marron on Mon, Jun 11 2018
  • Re: Simple iPad Bible Study Question

    Thank you. I have the NASB and the MacArthur NASB Study bible and that combo, linked on my iPad, answers a lot of my questions. Specifically I find the MacSB is really good at explaining the passages (which I assume it was designed to do) it does not seem to provide the the additional context I need. I am going to try two things: 1) Make sure I have
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Tom Marron on Mon, Jun 11 2018
  • Simple iPad Bible Study Question

    Hi, I lead a small group and have been using logos on my iPad as my reference during our group meetings for several years. My issue is that when I am asked simple questions - Who is Solomon and what did he do? Where is that place located on a map? Is this the only time he is mentioned in bible? Is this person retaliated to that person? Etc - I get lost
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Tom Marron on Mon, Jun 11 2018
  • Re: Question for a Faithlife Employee about Tradition Base Packages

    [quote user="SineNomine"]I would actually guess that P&C and Methodist/Wesleyan may be lower than Mark thinks because they have fewer offerings for customers to choose between.[/quote] Maybe 1 or 2, but I think they are probably pretty close to that. Even though they have less products, they are much higher in the charts than others like SDA that
    Posted to General by Sojourner on Fri, Mar 2 2018
  • Re: Question for a Faithlife Employee about Tradition Base Packages

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]That's mostly because P&C only goes up to Gold. To do a fair comparison, you'd have to add in the Platinum and Portfolio sales from the other traditions.[/quote] I know, which is why I added Gold and didn't just say that P&C was the best selling tradition. It was a tongue-in-cheek comment about what most P&Cers
    Posted to General by Sojourner on Fri, Mar 2 2018
  • Re: Question for a Faithlife Employee about Tradition Base Packages

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]User observation is Logos.com can sort Base Packages by Bestselling[/quote] Well, that can't be right. P&C Gold is the top selling tradition after Standard packages and that's without the Fire Bible. (At least that's what shows when I click the link.)
    Posted to General by Sojourner on Fri, Mar 2 2018
  • Re: Announcement: Logos Now to continue at same price (with new name)

    As a poor graduate student, I cannot thank you enough!
    Posted to General by Sojourner on Fri, Mar 2 2018
  • Re: Faithlife Connect - I'm out!

    [quote user="Gary Osborne"] I just meant that you can see them in the store. If there's a labeling in our libraries after they are downloaded, I'm not aware of it. The fact is some of the material that is put into the P/C grouping is also in other tradition groupings (like Wesleyan, for instance). [/quote] Ok. Thanks. And yes, I agree though sometimes
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Fri, Mar 2 2018
  • Re: Faithlife Connect - I'm out!

    [quote user="Gary Osborne"]A lot of resources are being labeled Pentecostal when they should be labeled Charismatic [/quote] Wait. There's a way to see the labels for them? In the store or in Logos? I don't know of any way to identify the traditions within Logos. Within the store, I know I can click on Pentecostal/Charismatic, but is there a way to
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Fri, Mar 2 2018
  • Re: Slowly Coming Around

    I don't know about next month, but the now-members page is still active.
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Wed, Feb 28 2018
  • Re: Slowly Coming Around

    [quote user="PL"] Hi all, Where do I find the coupon codes for the M.Ed and ebooks (Classics and Originals) that's part of my FLC subscription? Peter [/quote] You can find them here: https://connect.faithlife.com/get-started
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Wed, Feb 28 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="William Walker"]Doing something like this might put subscriptions over the threshold where FL would be sitting on a nice revenue stream while incentivizing purchases at the same time. Anything purchased above and beyond the credits would be a win for FL in my opinion.[/quote] I hope they hear you on this. My biggest concern is that the
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Mon, Feb 26 2018
  • Re: Bob: The mistake of bloat v real value increases

    [quote user="Scott E. Mahle"]Hopefully Faithlife hears and understands what you have written. I completely agree! [/quote] Agree. Especially with the low price point of the FC (or is it FLC?) , the market could really expand if certain components of the program were more apparent. However, considering the amount of capabilities, I am not entirely sure
    Posted to General by Sojourner on Sun, Feb 25 2018
  • Re: Faithlife Connect - I'm out!

    I second you, Gary. Unlike you, I am very new to Logos. I love the software, but have been frustrated by the lack of theological resources within the Pentecostal side as I started digging into what I will one day buy. I do appreciate books by Amos Yong, though I wish there was more of his. (I am saving up to buy the books.) But lacking something as
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Sat, Feb 24 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Greg Masone"]The books just aren't paying the bills. And if subscription models don't work (1.5% income generation isn't helpful, and based off of this thread, that number might not change much with the new collection of subscriptions), then other sources of revenue need to be explored.[/quote] Which was the point of my previous comment
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Greg Masone"]Thats just the cost of digital.[/quote] No, it isn't. There are other companies besides VMWare and Adobe. There are successful companies that provide free products: GitLab, Nextcloud, Owncloud, RedHat (provides Fedora), Cannonical (provides Ubuntu), FreeNAS, Valve (provides Steam), and numerous browsers. Yes, historically you
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Greg Masone"] My suggestion is to make the whole set-up similar to what works in the computer industry, to make it easy for the customer to understand and get sucked into, and to provide a consistent source of revenue so Logos can continue developing great software.[/quote] What works in the computer industry is selling support to enterprises
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Not Happy Bob. Faithlife has broken their promise...

    [quote user="PetahChristian"] [quote user="Matthew Cillo"]They need to either separate the FC and Logos libraries so completely that they share next to no resources[/quote] I'd expect that would create a problem for new subscriber customers. Imagine if you didn't have access to the more useful books in your (Standard) library. How could a subscriber
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Not Happy Bob. Faithlife has broken their promise...

    In another thread, I pointed out that their subscription model discourages purchasing the Standard packages. If the packages of FC and Logos Standard remain at a 1-to-1 ratio, then no one is encouraged to purchase a larger Standard library, since nothing changes after they purchase the larger set other than licensing. They are still paying through FC
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] [quote user="danwdoo"]Are these connect tiers like the base packages where the books are periodically switched out for new ones with new versions of Logos?[/quote] Yes, which is one of the reasons it's hard to dynamically price them... they will be changing as our contracts change, as our base package libraries change, etc
    Posted to Logos Now by Sojourner on Fri, Feb 23 2018
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