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  • Re: Collection Rules for Introductions

    Thanks everyone. I now have what I need.
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Mon, Jun 24 2019
  • Re: Collection Rules for Introductions

    Thanks, Dave. Can you explain the difference between how the two rules work?
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Fri, Jun 21 2019
  • Re: Collection Rules for Introductions

    Doc B - Thanks for thinking about it. Mark - Thanks for showing me the obvious. This is exactly what I wanted. Randy - Thanks for pointing to that thread. It gives me some ideas of other ways to play, as I explore what else I may be interested in.
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Thu, Jun 20 2019
  • Collection Rules for Introductions

    Does anyone know whether there are example collection rules for Introductions? I've had a quick look and can't see any. I'm thinking specifically for books such as those listed under: https://www.bestcommentaries.com/ot-introductions/ and https://www.bestcommentaries.com/nt-introductions/ Thanks.
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Thu, Jun 20 2019
  • Re: Ben Witherington on Cambridge U Press/NCBC

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] Six years later and still no sight of it. I've added a post on UserVoice about it, so throw your votes at it and see if that helps: https://suggestbooks.uservoice.com/forums/308269-book-suggestions/suggestions/37621678-new-cambridge-bible-commentary-series [/quote] Thanks for the suggestion, Rosie. I've happily voted for
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Fri, May 17 2019
  • Re: Connect Loeb volumes: what's the deal?

    [quote user="Francis"] Can you confirm that parsing is available for the titles you just got? I only got English translations and the text is not parsed (Polybius). [/quote] My original idea was just to check that hovering over words provided parsing of the Greek. This works in both Loeb and Perseus, and consequently morphological searches are available
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Tue, Apr 23 2019
  • Re: Connect Loeb volumes: what's the deal?

    Good news, Francis. These are indeed the Loeb volumes. The Greek and English volumes are available separately. I picked up both the Greek and English editions of Hippocrates this way. And, yes, dynamic pricing works with them. They're not exactly the same as the Perseus volumes, although at first glance there is little difference (e.g. they include
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Sun, Apr 21 2019
  • Re: Theology/Denomination Tags

    Any comments, Logos? Phil Gons? Anyone else?
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Mon, Nov 12 2018
  • Re: Theology/Denomination Tags

    [quote user="Randy W. Sims"] Andrew, Here is a small modification ... [/quote] Many thanks, Randy. That seems to work for the first collection I tested it on at least. I think ideally I would remove all references to publishers and series, leaving just authors. I would then add about another 1000 authors to cover Logos Ultimate (which incorporates all
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Sat, Nov 10 2018
  • Re: How Can I Put This?

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] Thanks Andrew. I just added 3 votes. [/quote] Many thanks, Bruce.
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Tue, Sep 4 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    [quote user="BillS"] [quote user="MJ. Smith"]and BillS away from what the request was for? [/quote] Nope. Support the original intent. But "fact checker" goes beyond that. What's fact? The view that most scholars support? Most scholars don't think one Isaiah could have written Isaiah, because they believe that no one could have predicted so accurately
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Tue, Sep 4 2018
  • Re: How Can I Put This?

    In another push, I've added a few more reasons, here: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/171781.aspx, including a few examples from the big black IVP dictionaries here: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/171781/993822.aspx#993822 Please keep the votes coming at: https://logos.uservoice.com/forums/42823-logos-bible-software-7/suggestions/17871697
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Tue, Sep 4 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    3. On Hermeneutics in Hebrews "There has been widespread disagreement over the hermeneutical technique used, with some interpreters arguing for a Philonic type (see Philo) of allegorical exegesis (e.g., Sowers, Spicq), but most recent studies (Hanson, Longenecker) have shown a much closer correspondence with Qumran pesher, Jewish midrash and typology
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Tue, Sep 4 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    2. On Hellenists If all academic questions were settled by vote, the clear winner in the precinct of Acts 6–8 would be Baur and his Hellenist party. All the same the choice would not be unanimous, and the incumbent’s future would not be assured. Scholars are asking new and substantial questions about the validity of Baur’s interpretation
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Tue, Sep 4 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    I hope many of my comments above have illustrated that this is not just about checking statements that begin "most scholars say...". There are a whole host of different uses, but on a similar theme, I thought I'd add a couple more comments. Here are three examples from IVP's big black dictionary series that remains a bestseller in Logos. 1. On Hell
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Tue, Sep 4 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] [quote user="Andrew Baguley"] To clarify, if a user wanted to equate "Feminist" or "Dispensationalist" or "Catholic" or "Universalist" with 'unreliable' then that would be their choice. All the software would say is that a particular book by someone who is happy to self-define as "Feminist" agreed with such and such a view
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Sat, Sep 1 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    [quote user="EastTN"] [quote user="Dan Francis"] Still feels over all like a slippery slope that may rob some people of valuable insight. Barclay for example at times verges on universalism. yet even in the moments he does i dare say he usually offers a great deal to chew on that is very good. I hate someone not purchasing or using Barclay's Daily Study
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Fri, Aug 31 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] Still feels over all like a slippery slope that may rob some people of valuable insight. Barclay for example at times verges on universalism. yet even in the moments he does i dare say he usually offers a great deal to chew on that is very good. I hate someone not purchasing or using Barclay's Daily Study Bible because it
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Fri, Aug 31 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    [quote user="Gary Osborne"] [quote user="EastTN"] For me, it would still be very helpful if it were just limited to: Positions held Who holds/held them Scriptural basis appealed to by supporters of the position Links to resources supporting each position [/quote] This would be incredibly helpful to me. And while I'd appreciate having Scriptural documentation
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Fri, Aug 31 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    Thanks, MJ. It is indeed not about "true interpretation" (see my response to Dan above). The expression "fact check" drew attention, but the project is about so much more than just being able to fact check expressions like "most scholars say". Hopefully, I demonstrated this with regard to Jude, even if the tools to delve into the data and display it
    Posted to General by Andrew Baguley on Fri, Aug 31 2018
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