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  • Re: The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek

    Adam, I've now had the pleasure of flipping through it. Wrote up some notes on Koine-Greek.com's FB page. I'm immensely impressed, but also happy to see all my research hasn't gone to waste either. There's still far more to do!
    Posted to Suggestions by Mike Aubrey on Thu, May 2 2019
  • Re: Gospel Coalition Booklet Collection: no sample pages

    The images got put in the wrong place! Once the server updates, they'll be there. It'll be a few minutes.
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Mon, Mar 26 2018
  • Re: ESV Systematic Theology Study Bible Notes: sample, please

    I just uploaded some sample pages that give examples of the shorter articles and added a lists of contents for the 28 longer ones. They should populate through the server in 10 to 15 minutes.
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Mon, Nov 13 2017
  • Exegetical Guide, Mobile App

    Hi. Within the interface of the Exegetical Guide of my desktop application of Logos, I can designate which version of the Bible I want for my Word By Word study, independent of my global selection for preferred Bible. However, in the mobile app, the Word By Word study seems to default to the Lexham English Bible for the Exegetical Guide, again, independent
    Posted to General by Tom Lyle on Sat, Nov 4 2017
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Everett Headley"]What will the next purchase Oppurtunity be?[/quote] We're aiming at having new journal collections up before ETS this month. We confident that we can make that. Right now we're waiting on some information regarding production costs that we need before we can make post the collections. [quote user="Everett Headley"] A simple
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Thu, Nov 2 2017
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    Hey everyone, I have another follow up for you: We have a plan in place for the Master Journal Bundle, Theological Journal Library, and Academic Journal Library for (1) getting them all up to date and and then on a regular schedule for 2018 and following. We ended up deciding that getting all three up would be more practical for us, since the TJL &
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Sat, Oct 21 2017
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Everett Headley"]For me, what I would like is the most recent journals (not just matched with Galaxie) made available. It is the last quarter of 2017, is it too much to think that we could have the first half of the year already in Logos. Maybe prepay for the year (Ex: I'd pay $50 now to know that all the editions of X journals will be
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Thu, Oct 5 2017
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Mike Aubrey"]I'll post again toward the end of the week and give another update. We appreciate your efforts to keep us accountable and that you care so much about these journals![/quote] As Phil has said we're working on updates for the four journal bundles. The first is going to be an update with new volumes for the Theological Journals
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Fri, Sep 29 2017
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    I'm sorry that I haven't been on this thread since I initially posted. We're committed to getting back to a regular schedule for journal posting. I have a list of journals that we have already but need updates for. I have another list of journals that we do not have and want to actively pursue producing. We want to get those updates posted for you as
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Tue, Sep 26 2017
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    We love using the journals as much you all of you do! We're working on a new posting schedule for journals at this very moment. In the next week or two, we should have that new calendar schedule for regular posting of new journals. We also have a new update to the journal bundles coming down the pipeline. The plan moving forward is more consistency
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Wed, Aug 23 2017
  • Re: Logos on USB flash iii

    If you have USB 3 or 3.1, your fastest option would be something like this: https://www.amazon.com/ADATA-SV620-240GB-External-ASV620-240GU3-CTI/dp/B01IP6STJY/
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Tue, Apr 25 2017
  • Re: NOT operator in Morph Query Builder

    Hi Clint, The "simple" solution is to build a syntax search. If you use the Cascadia Syntax Graphs, the search would look like this: For what it's worth, I copied the same search to the Cascadia Syntax Graphs for the Septuagint Deuterocanon & Apocrypha and got another 240 hits: I hope that's worth something. I've share the Syntax Search Document
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Mike Aubrey on Mon, Feb 27 2017
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Parables interactive

    Thanks MJ! We aren't neglecting parables! The interactive is in the works. This looks like really useful information for supplementing what I've already gathered together--especially for the deutero-canon. Thanks so much!
    Posted to Suggestions by Mike Aubrey on Mon, Apr 18 2016
  • Re: BIG grammar ouch! benefactor vs. beneficiary

    Yes. That's my mistake. The original raw data had the column label wrong and I let it propagate all the way through. It's being corrected on our end now.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Mike Aubrey on Mon, Mar 7 2016
  • Re: Louw-Nida

    Thank you. Very helpful...
    Posted to General by Tom Lyle on Thu, Jan 14 2016
  • Louw-Nida

    Hello. I don't own the Louw-Nida Lexicon, but I regularly see references to the Louw-Nida in my DBL Hebrew Lexicon when I'm looking up a word in the Old Testament. My questions are 1) Why are there references to, and definitions attributed to, a Greek lexicon (Louw-Nida) listed in a Hebrew lexicon (DBL)? and 2) Are the definitions given reliable? Thanks
    Posted to General by Tom Lyle on Thu, Jan 14 2016
  • Re: What lemma tagging scheme is used for Dictionary of Classical Hebrew?

    Hi Tim, In general, the goal was to make keylinking as easy as possible for the user. The challenge of DCH is that often times, new senses and entries are proposed with particular references based on journal articles and other technical secondary literature, but then those same references refer back also to a more traditional entry--Clines always lists
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Tue, Jan 5 2016
  • Re: TDOT issue

    [quote user="JH"]Has this been fixed for all instances where this occurs, or just for the example from Psalm 1:1 ? For example, the lemma behind "wither" in Psalm 1:3 does not show up either (and I verified there is an entry in TDOT).[/quote] We're getting there. There are probably some other lower frequency words that we're still missing. I'm tasked
    Posted to General by Mike Aubrey on Sun, Dec 6 2015
  • Re: Exegetical Guide

    Thank you, everyone. I guess I expected words not in the original to be italicized. I'll know better in the future. Tom
    Posted to General by Tom Lyle on Fri, Mar 9 2012
  • Exegetical Guide

    Under Word by Word, the first portion has the original language and English versions of the verse side by side, but some words are grayed out, and sometimes they are key words. Is there some setting for including ALL of the words in the Word by Word breakdown? For example, Ps. 118:25 says “Save now, I beseech thee, O Lord...” The word beseech, however
    Posted to General by Tom Lyle on Fri, Mar 9 2012
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