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  • Re: FAITHLIFE please let's do something about the spammers

    [quote user="Beloved"] [quote user="Keith Pang"] They are constantly coming up each day it seems like now. There has to be a way to stop this [/quote] Keith, What type of solution are you suggesting? FL clears the spam ASAP. I think this is all we can expect. But, maybe I'm wrong. [/quote] FL could switch to a more secure forum software like vBulletin
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Fri, Mar 23 2018
  • Re: Searching commentaries for "Q"

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] [quote user="David Staveley"]I prefer the Griesbach hypothesis principally because it is the only one that assumes that the Evangelists were authors or writers of the gospels, and not mere editors or redactors[/quote] You might also like The Progressive Publication of Matthew by Ward Powers who also argues that the Evangelists
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Fri, Mar 23 2018
  • Re: Searching commentaries for "Q"

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"] I've got good results with " Q " WITHIN {Milestone<Mt-Lk>} I checked "match case" and left other matches unchecked. I am not a search expert, but just tried. It finds also Qumran related text etc. (I am not supporter of the Q hypothesis, I prefer to think that the authors had longer pieces of written material and used
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Thu, Mar 22 2018
  • Re: Hebrew Bibles

    [quote user="Larry Craig"] Does Logos have a Hebrew Bible that has all the marginal notes in the text? I'm not talking about the critical apparatus, where it discusses the various readings, and has little letters throughout the text. This is the Masorah, which are Hebrew words and letters in the margins, and the text has little circles over the words
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Thu, Mar 22 2018
  • Re: What's the difference? (Lexham Discourse...)

    [quote user="Reuben Helmuth"] [quote user="Marshall Harrison"]its seems to be the same as letting context modify or define the word rather than going by a strict dictionary definition[/quote] For some people, Discourse Analysis may be that. However, as Levinsohn ( who has influenced Runge , the author of the Logos discourse products) teaches it, it
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Mon, Mar 19 2018
  • Re: What's the difference? (Lexham Discourse...)

    [quote user="JohnB"] [quote user="David Staveley"]Okay, I'll give it a shot.[/quote] Thanks David. A lot of light bulbs started flashing as various things came together and my wife & I had a fruitful discussion over the lunch table about your post. [/quote] I'm glad to have helped.
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Mon, Mar 19 2018
  • Re: What's the difference? (Lexham Discourse...)

    [quote user="Marshall Harrison"] Thanks for the explanation. I haven't hear it expressed in the definitive terms before. But its seems to be the same as letting context modify or define the word rather than going by a strict dictionary definition. [/quote] Yes, that is exactly what it is. Discourse analysis is the fancy way of explaining how contexts
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Mon, Mar 19 2018
  • Re: What's the difference? (Lexham Discourse...)

    [quote user="Marshall Harrison"] [quote user="David Staveley"]f you are unsure what the difference is between discourse and Lexical methods, please let me know, and I'll try to explain. [/quote] I would love to hear your explanation. [/quote] Okay, I'll give it a shot. I think we all know about the Lexical meaning of words. This is the dictionary meaning
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Mon, Mar 19 2018
  • Re: Learning Greek - Practical tips and good habits to cultivate?

    [quote user="LMAM"] I all, I'm currently working my way through GK101 from MobileEd, and whilst I'm doing fine with my word and endings, etc. I only have time in the schedule to spend a block of 2 hours a week on the actual MobileEd course. However, I am wondering what else I can do in between 'classes' to practice and grow some good habits. Particularly
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sun, Mar 18 2018
  • Re: What's the difference? (Lexham Discourse...)

    [quote user="Reuben Helmuth"] Can someone tell me whether there's a difference between to following two products (Other than the newer one not containing the "High Definition" resources)? https://www.logos.com/product/6786/lexham-discourse-hebrew-bible-bundle https://www.logos.com/product/131520/lexham-discourse-greek-new-testament-datasets [/quote
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sun, Mar 18 2018
  • Re: Please help get this into production!

    [quote user="Paul"] I'm very much looking forward to the Jacob Neusner collection being released. I put my bid in on 4/1/2015 so its a long wait. On the other hand, its a very large collection of his works. Kudos to Faithlife and its workers for all the effort to bring this about ! Regarding the Logos Academic Blog article on Neusner, he's important
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sun, Mar 18 2018
  • Re: Please help get this into production!

    [quote user="Paul"] I'm very much looking forward to the Jacob Neusner collection being released. I put my bid in on 4/1/2015 so its a long wait. On the other hand, its a very large collection of his works. Kudos to Faithlife and its workers for all the effort to bring this about ! Regarding the Logos Academic Blog article on Neusner, he's important
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sun, Mar 18 2018
  • Re: Please help get this into production!

    [quote user="Paul"] I'm very much looking forward to the Jacob Neusner collection being released. I put my bid in on 4/1/2015 so its a long wait. On the other hand, its a very large collection of his works. Kudos to Faithlife and its workers for all the effort to bring this about ! Regarding the Logos Academic Blog article on Neusner, he's important
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sun, Mar 18 2018
  • Re: Apocrypha Volume Publication Date?

    [quote user="Matthew"] As part of the seemingly never-ending struggle to better organize my commentaries, I have been trying to track down dates for when the individual volumes of Lange's Commentary were published. More specifically, I have been trying to track down the publication dates for the German commentaries that stand behind the English translations
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Sat, Mar 17 2018
  • Re: 2 Product Questions

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="David Staveley"] ... and I wish to also purchase the Wise/Abegg/Cook Dead Sea Scrolls English translation. Will I be able to link that to the Qumran Database library? That is, will the English translation work side-by-side with the Qumran database Hebrew at any specific passage if I link their panels together? I am
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Wed, Mar 14 2018
  • Re: 2 Product Questions

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] Welcome, David! This place is exactly right for your questions. [quote user="David Staveley"]1. I purchased the Qumran Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls Database library - which is fantastic! Thank you! - and I wish to also purchase the Wise/Abegg/Cook Dead Sea Scrolls English translation. Will I be able to link that to the Qumran Database
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Wed, Mar 14 2018
  • Re: 2 Product Questions

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] I should have added: RI’s are typically acquired via the purchase of a “full feature set” OR through the subscription service “Faithlife Connect” (formerly Logos Now). [/quote] Hi JT. Thank you for your answer. I suspected that not purchasing a full feature set version, but only using the
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Wed, Mar 14 2018
  • 2 Product Questions

    I have recently started using Logos Bible Software 7 and bought 2 products for it. I am wishing to build upon those 2 products, and have some questions in that respect: 1. I purchased the Qumran Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls Database library - which is fantastic! Thank you! - and I wish to also purchase the Wise/Abegg/Cook Dead Sea Scrolls English translation
    Posted to General by David Staveley on Wed, Mar 14 2018
  • Re: Please HELP: Confused about Sentence Type Tagging

    In the Matthew pericope (i.e. 5.20), the verb "shall abound" (or "shall exceed") is a subjunctive active. This makes it an imperative. Whereas, in the John pericope, the verb "be born" is a subjunctive passive. Hence, not an imperative. Thus, the tagging is correct: both pericopes are declarative, but only Matthew is an imperative, because the verb
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Staveley on Wed, Mar 14 2018
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