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  • Re: Setting update channel to 'beta'

    I have Version 1.0.3 Build 40 installed on my Samsung Galaxy S4G phone running Android 2.3.6. I do not have the Update channel on my About screen, it ends at Send Support. I tried the old beta download link, but got a denied access error message. How can I get the 1.1 beta's? Dave
    Posted to Android Apps by David J. Sugg on Fri, Jun 15 2012
  • Re: Finished IVP Series. Time for Logos?

    Please, pretty please, with sugar on top!
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Sugg on Tue, May 29 2012
  • Re: Suggestion: ESV Bible Atlas

    Matthew, I would agree that the ESV atlas is a great Bible atlas, the best I have used. Most, if not all, of the maps and graphics are contained in the ESV Study Bible. I do not have my copy of the atlas with me, but I believe there is a statement in the introduction/preface/forward regarding the relationship between the atlas and the Study Bible. That
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Sugg on Thu, Mar 8 2012
  • Re: Gospel of John: NT Wright? favorite commentaries?

    David, I would suggest looking over http://www.bestcommentaries.com/john/ which gives rankings and reviews for commentaries, with a classification for type of commentary. Carson's volume in the Pillar series gets top honors, followed by Kostenberger (BECNT), Morris (NICNT) and Keener. Don't overlook Raymond Brown's 2 volume commentary in the Anchor
    Posted to General by David J. Sugg on Wed, Mar 7 2012
  • Re: Really would love to see Logos complete the Works of John Owen

    This would be a great addition! http://www.monergismbooks.com/Biblical-Theology-The-History-of-Theology-from-Adam-to-Christ-p-16161.html http://www.amazon.com/Biblical-Theology-Development-Theological-Writings/dp/1877611832
    Posted to General by David J. Sugg on Sun, Feb 19 2012
  • Re: Logos books on comparison of theological perspectives

    Thomas Oden's 3 volume Systematic Theology is very helpful in this regard. He has a number of tables summarizing different positions on various doctrines, plus extensive citations to primary sources from the Apostolic Fathers forward. http://www.logos.com/product/3683/systematic-theology
    Posted to General by David J. Sugg on Tue, Feb 14 2012
  • Re: Books by Andreas J. Kostenberger

    Would love to have these in Logos. Dave
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Sugg on Tue, Jan 24 2012
  • Re: Motyer vs... Motyer?

    In my recent work in Isaiah I found both helpful, but would agree that The Prophecy of Isaiah is more thorough. I also agree that EJ Young's 3 vol commentary is very helpful, and would add that Gary Smith's 2 vol commentary in the New American Commentary series is excellent. John Oswalt's 2 vol NICOT commentary is also excellent. Dave
    Posted to General by David J. Sugg on Mon, Jan 16 2012
  • Re: Reformed Dogmatics - Heinrich Heppe

    A very handy resource in print, would be even handier in Logos. Dave
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Sugg on Wed, Dec 28 2011
  • Re: Systematic Theology - in One Volume

    The full four volume set is available in Logos: http://www.logos.com/product/3598/systematic-theology . Personally, I find it very uneven, but your mileage may very. Like others have said, I find it helpful to have as many Systematic Theology texts as possible, particularly from other theological persuasions then my own. In seeing how different theologians
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Sugg on Thu, Dec 22 2011
  • Re: Commentary on Jude

    While not available in Logos, I have found George L. Lawlor's "The Epistle of Jude: A Translation and Exposition" to be very helpful. It was in the "An International Library of Philosophy and Theology", published by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing in 1972. It is 151 pages in length.
    Posted to General by David J. Sugg on Sat, Oct 15 2011
  • Re: Historical Theology by Gregg Allison

    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Sugg on Thu, Sep 29 2011
  • Re: Turabian Footnote (Issues with page numbers)

    Todd, Check with your professor. A Prof I had last semester was an extreme stickler for proper Turabian formatting, and he accepted verse references for commentaries if you were using electronic versions. I would email your prof with the example given above and ask if it will be acceptable for the paper, or if not, what suggestions the prof has. I have
    Posted to Logos 4 by David J. Sugg on Thu, Sep 15 2011
  • Re: Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs

    Very strong second (or third, or wherever I fall). I find this book very helpful in catching quotations form the Church Fathers that contain the concept, but not always the words that I would use in searches. Excellent resource, and it would be very handy to be able to click on a link to read the full citation.
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Sugg on Tue, Sep 6 2011
  • Glossary for Tooman

    There have been several requests for clarification of the terms used in the Tooman Literary Genre Coding of the Old Testament, and the Mackie Literary Genre Coding of the New Testament: http://community.logos.com/forums/p/11076/86680.aspx#86680 http://community.logos.com/forums/p/11262/88240.aspx#88240 http://community.logos.com/forums/t/36349.aspx
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Sugg on Fri, Aug 26 2011
  • Re: Looking for a Pauline Resource

    I would second the suggestion of Schreiner - although the better book in Logos would be his New Testament Theology - http://www.logos.com/product/7791/new-testament-theology-magnifying-god-in-christ . His commentary on Romans would cover justification - and he does interact there with the NPP - http://www.logos.com/product/8076/baker-exegetical-commentary
    Posted to General by David J. Sugg on Thu, Aug 25 2011
  • Re: Tooman Literary Genre Coding of the Old Testament

    I also have written asking for clarification on the meaning of these terms. A Glossary of both Tooman and Mackie would be greatly appreciated.
    Posted to Logos 4 by David J. Sugg on Thu, Aug 25 2011
  • Tooman Literary Genre Coding of the Old Testament - Definitions of Terms

    Where can I find definitions, or explanations, of the terms used in the Tooman Literary Genre Coding of the Old Testament? I cannot seem to find anywhere that these are defined. For example - I am studying Isaiah 6:1-13, and the entry in the Literary Typing part of the Passage Guide states: Tooman Literary Coding of the Old Testament Interlude History
    Posted to General by David J. Sugg on Mon, Aug 1 2011
  • Re: Suggestion: Pre-Publication Order - Delivery Delay Option (up to 90 Days)

    I like this idea. It also seems like the easiest to program from Logos' viewpoint. Other solutions I have seen would overload their sales team. Dave
    Posted to Logos.com by David J. Sugg on Mon, Jul 18 2011
  • Re: Search for Words Repeated Three Times - "emphatic Semitic triplet"

    Mark, Where is this quote from?
    Posted to Logos 4 by David J. Sugg on Sat, Jul 16 2011
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