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  • Re: Don't know Latin? It's time you learned. Here are six reasons why.

    [quote user="Paul Caneparo"] Do ad blockers stop you seeing free book offers such as the ones on https://blog.lexhampress.com [/quote] Nope. Ads are coded differently than to things like free book offers.And its the type of code that Ads use that ad-blockers detect and "hide" from your view.
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sun, Apr 29 2018
  • Re: Don't know Latin? It's time you learned. Here are six reasons why.

    [quote user="Disciple of Christ (doc)"] I’d prefer not to have the pop-ups but I just dismiss them and move on, there are much more significant things in life that pop-up out of nowhere to be concerned about than a website pop-up, but that’s me. [/quote] I got so sick of ads in my life (on TV, on the internet, on Youtube) that 3 years ago
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sat, Apr 28 2018
  • Re: Don't know Latin? It's time you learned. Here are six reasons why.

    [quote user="scooter"] [quote user="Bill Anderson"]I need to learn Latin so I can read my diploma, LOL![/quote] Now, I am curious: may I ask what it is? [/quote] Master of Divinity..
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sat, Apr 28 2018
  • Re: Back this Second Temple Period Literature Project!

    [quote user="Ken Rutherford"] Admittedly, it is expensive, but it is on Dr. Michael S. Heiser's recommended reading list (with the distinction of being expensive): http://drmsh.com/recommended-reading/ He is one of their in-house academic scholars, but plays it very fair in his recommendations according to his field. [/quote] Actually, for $200, it
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sat, Apr 28 2018
  • Re: Don't know Latin? It's time you learned. Here are six reasons why.

    [quote user="Alex Scott"] I was curious and went to the site. I immediately signed off - I will not go to sites that immediately blot out what I'm trying to look at with a pop-up ad. [/quote] I also have an ad-blocker installed on Chrome, which is Adblock Plus. I also visited the page but didn't get any pop-ups telling me to disable it. I wonder if
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sat, Apr 28 2018
  • Re: Don't know Latin? It's time you learned. Here are six reasons why.

    [quote user="Tavis Bohlinger"] We have a new post up on the Academic Blog in which I offer six reasons why you need to learn Latin, and why you need to begin learning it today. Check it out: https://bit.ly/2Jved3d The Editor [/quote] Not to rain on your parade but as of today, a standard requirement for all doctoral students of biblical studies is a
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sat, Apr 28 2018
  • Re: Dead Sea Scrolls: Qumran Sectarian Manuscripts Translation - clarification

    [quote user="Scott Sullivan"] Good evening, I am just beginning to start my journey down DSS-land with the $20 off coupon for April. I've read the following thread which helped very much narrow down my immediate choice what I may start off purchasing: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/84569.aspx Great thread. I've also read and re-read this page
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sun, Apr 22 2018
  • Re: Please help

    [quote user="Piotr"] Thank for your's quiqe response. I have downloaded Logos 7 Basic, but there is no Bible Hebrew, Greek and commentairs.... All is in english without polish language. Maybe can I create something commentairs of Book of Proverbs my favorit book in Bible. David said that is no necessarily need buy Bronze version. It's interesting idea
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Fri, Apr 20 2018
  • Re: Seeking your input on an OT Commentary

    [quote user="Jeremiah"] Also, why the heck would they name a commentary on the Hebrew bible "Apollos"? [/quote] Interesting that you found the Greek word Apollos out of place in relation to the Hebrew bible, yet I bet you never call the books by their Hebrew names. I bet you call them things like Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Fri, Apr 20 2018
  • Re: Please help

    [quote user="Piotr"] I'm Piotr from Poland. I need Logos 7. But for me prise this software is too hight. I don't have money for this. The smaller price Bronze Edition is 530$ = my 2 months works! Maybe is someone here who can help me?Maybe there will be someone who will help me financially? Someone for whom it is not a big expense? Although some funds
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Fri, Apr 20 2018
  • Re: Jesus Followers in the Roman Empire

    [quote user="Charlene"] This book is a Pre-Pub that I have had on order and it is almost ready for release. I had assumed that this would be a good book, as it would give interesting background/cultural information BUT I now have a question about it, since I am not familiar with the author. This is the beginning description on the Logos website: "When
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Thu, Apr 12 2018
  • Re: Aramiac Interlinear

    [quote]David, thank you so much for taking the time to answer so fully and thoroughly, and for the link. It is very much appreciated. There is a lot to think about here. However, I may follow up with you at some point if that is ok? Thanks again. Blessings.[/quote] Sure thing. Here.let me leave you my email address. So, if you have any questions, it
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Wed, Apr 11 2018
  • Re: Aramiac Interlinear

    [quote user="LMAM"] [quote user="David Staveley"] Of the Aramaic documents found at Qumran, the notable ones are the Aramaic Enoch scroll and Aramaic Tobit scroll. The discovery of those 2 books in Aramaic confirmed theories long held about them as being originally written in either Aramaic or Hebrew before being translated into other languages (i.e
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Wed, Apr 11 2018
  • Re: Aramiac Interlinear

    [quote user="Denise"] I think, 2 no's ... no aramaic (closest conceivably a DSS fragment), and ergo no interlinear. The closest is the syriac, and a side-by-side (Antioch Bible). [/quote] Just to make you aware - an Aramaic translation of the bible has existed since the Second Temple period. It is known as the Targumim . The major Targum editions are
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Tue, Apr 10 2018
  • Re: Atlas appears wrong?

    Castellum Emmaus (the Arabic name is Al-Qubeiba ) is 65 stadia from Jerusalem. Not 60 stadia. Also, and perhaps most tellingly, there is no historic records from either Roman, Hellenistic, or Arabic sources of Al-Qubeiba being called "Emmaus" at the time of Christ. The first time it got called "Castellum Emmaus" by the Romans is after the last Jewish
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Mon, Apr 2 2018
  • Re: Does anyone have The Jewish Encyclopedia?

    [quote user="Marshall Harrison"] The Jewish Encyclopedia is on of the free classic books this month. Does anyone have it? Can anyone recommend it? I'm interested but I sure wish there was a way to thumb through it before purchasing. [/quote] I have it, and it's good as long as you understand it's short comings. It is written primarily from the perspective
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Mon, Apr 2 2018
  • Re: Non-Evangelical Systematic Theology and Theology Resources

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] For the Orthodox, Gregory Palamas is a fundamental figure in theology. For Judaism, Rambam and Rashi seem fundamental. [/quote] If I might offer a small correction. Today, it is Politically incorrect (in that it is offensive to them) to lump all Jews into the same category and place them all under the rubric of "Judaism". There
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Mon, Apr 2 2018
  • Re: Non-Evangelical Systematic Theology and Theology Resources

    For Trinitarian Theology, you can't beat Thomas F Torrance's 2 volume work: Incarnation (vol 1), and Atonement (vol 2). Also good is N T Wright's 4 volume "Christian Origins and the Question of God", which is very Trinitarian: The New Testament and the People of God (vol 1), Jesus and the Victory of God (vol 2), The Resurrection of the Son of God (vol
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Mon, Apr 2 2018
  • Re: Atlas appears wrong?

    There are 2 primary problems with Luke 24.13: 1. The actual identity of the place called Emmaus is disputed. There are at least 3 contenders for the location of Emmaus, but unfortunately, none of them conform to the length from Jerusalem to Emmaus which we find in Luke. For example, the principle candidate is Emmaus-Nicopolis, which is 18.6 miles from
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sun, Apr 1 2018
  • Re: Passion Week?

    [quote user="Joey Midgett"] What would be a good video, youtube or other, explaining the final week of Jesus? My wife wants something visual to help her understand the timeline and events. [/quote] The best video I have seen explaining how to reconcile the apparent discrepancies between the Synoptic Gospel's account and John's account regarding the
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sat, Mar 31 2018
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