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  • Re: Greek Lemma Questions

    To summarize... Logos has chosen to follow BDAG in categorizing "lemmas." That is a perfectly reasonable choice It does create some problems if one has learned a bunch of second aorists and does a search for a word like λεγω for which BDAG associates the suppletive form with a different lemma. (BTW, I'm thinking that this issue is only possibly an issue
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Tue, May 28 2013
  • Re: Resources for solid media pictures and illustrations

    Try HERE for art HERE for pics of biblical places
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Sun, May 26 2013
  • Re: Greek Lemma Questions

    I agree with you, Lee, though I can see why Logos does this if they are just following BDAG. That said, I'm guessing that a lot of people don't know about this when conducting a search. I'm still trying to find if there are any other instances than λεγω and οραω where the suppletive forms where this is the case. If it's just those two, then I can deal
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Sun, May 26 2013
  • Re: List of Greek and English Reverse Interlinear Versions and Morphological Codings???

    Thank you, Mark B! That is awesome. I was doing the resource at a time, check the dropdown box, so you have just saved me a lot of work. I can live with this listing for now. Now we just need a LXX that is roots-search capable!
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Sat, May 25 2013
  • Re: Greek Lemma Questions

    @Anon: As I note in my response to Kevin, maybe it's just λεγω and οραω that get this treatment. So, either: Use a root search and thin out the results Use a lemma search using OR to connect the two forms Use another program Now I discover a new problem. If I try an OR search, this is what I get when I start to type > g:eipo Guess which one is the one
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Sat, May 25 2013
  • Re: Greek Lemma Questions

    Thanks, Kevin. I'm aware of the Koine developments, but I think in most grammars, ειπον is usually treated as the 2nd aorist of λεγω and ειδον as the aorist active form of οραω. (I also use BibleWorks which treats them as connected to the same lemma in searches.) What you have helped me see, however, is that the distinction w/ these verbs is made due
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Sat, May 25 2013
  • Greek Lemma Questions

    I'm trying to figure out what I may be missing... I was using the NA27 with Critical Apparatus. I wanted to find all the instances in Mark where λεγω was used. I right click on λεγων in 1:7, choose the lemma λεγω, and search on the resource and reset my limits. I discovered, however, that I did not get any hits except for Present and Imperfect tense
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Sat, May 25 2013
  • List of Greek and English Reverse Interlinear Versions and Morphological Codings???

    Before I spend a bunch of time trying to work this out, I'm hoping someone has already done this. (Logos itself maybe?) There are five different Greek morphological coding schemes. (The Logos Wiki has them listed HERE with their codes.) >> Logos, GRAMCORD, Friberg, Robinson, Swanson Is there a list of all the Greek resources that indicates which morphological
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Sat, May 25 2013
  • Re: Interpreting graph results:

    Someone can certainly correct me on this, especially the terms I will use, but I think that there are three ratios that are most significant. As an example, I'm using occurrences of "truth" in the NRSV NT. Number of Hits in Book / Number of Words in Book: I'll use the word "density" or "saturation" for this ratio. It gives a good picture of how 'saturated
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Hoffman on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Text Comparison Tool Questions (and Collections?) and Suggestions

    The Text Comparison tool is very important, but I'm finding it rather difficult to get what I want. (BTW, I've checked this forum and the Wiki and cannot find answers to my questions.) I have compiled a list of 'literal/formall' to 'dynamic/functional' English translations . I'd like to have a way to get at these quickly. I've typed them out in the
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Hoffman on Thu, May 23 2013
  • Re: Bible Places Mislabeling? Biblical Places Guide

    @Mark Barnes. Thanks. Your reply makes sense, but in 3.7f, it is also referring to the crowds from those places. Ideally, Logos would provide links to both persons and place.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Hoffman on Wed, May 22 2013
  • Bible Places Mislabeling? Biblical Places Guide

    Go to Mark 1:5 in the ESV. Three places are mentioned in this verse: Judea, Jerusalem, and the river Jordan. I'd like to get a map or see a pic of these places, so I right click on Judea, but with the Bible Facts I can only get link to Person > "People in Judea hearing John." I right click on Jerusalem, and I can only get Person > "People in Jerusalem
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Hoffman on Wed, May 22 2013
  • Exporting a passage list in condensed form

    There was an old Logos 4 thread on this issue, that didn't seem to get the result I'm looking for, so I'm hoping that either I'm missing something in Logos5 or that there are others like me wanting this feature to prompt attention to it. Example: I'm looking for all the instances of φρονιμος in the Greek NT. I get 14 hits in 14 verses. I now want to
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Hoffman on Fri, Apr 19 2013
  • Re: Search result bug?

    Thanks, all, for checking. I'm using Logos 5.0a SR-1 (5.0.1.0241) It looks like it is an NRSV issue. I should have thought to conduct the search in another English version. As Graham notes, the search works fine in the NIV, and I checked, and it is fine in the NET as well. (BTW, you will get wildly different results for that search depending on the
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Sat, Dec 1 2012
  • Search result bug?

    I'm doing a very basic Bible search in the NRSV. So, I use search > Bible, and my guide says that I want to: "Search All Bible Text in All Passages in The New Revised Standard Version for" Jesus AND (teach* OR taught) I get 67 results in 33 verses, BUT I am missing one I expected to find, namely Luke 10:25: Just then a lawyer stood up to test Jesus
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Fri, Nov 30 2012
  • Re: Hebrew to Greek Septuagint Interlinear?

    Thanks for your comments, Mark Barnes. Could you please point me to where I can get more info on constructing the kind of search that you give as an example. I'm assuming it's a Morph Search (searching "All Morph Text in All Passages in Logos LXX with Logos Greek Morphology") but I simply cannot figure out how to construct something looking for all
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Hoffman on Thu, Nov 22 2012
  • LN Index for Swanson's Dictionary of Biblical Languages?

    The Louw-Nida Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament based on Semantic Domains (LN) is a great resource for finding and comparing Greek words in a specific semantic domain. There is no comparable work for the Hebrew OT, but we do have: The Semantic Dictionary of Biblical Hebrew from the UBS, but this resource is incomplete, and very little progress
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Tue, Oct 30 2012
  • Re: Synchronization problem

    Update: I ended up having to contact Logos support. The tech guy remoted in and tried a bunch of stuff but nothing worked. Said he would have to do more checking and get back to me. An email later indicated it was a server issue on their side. Took another day, but the problem is now resolved.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark Hoffman on Thu, Sep 6 2012
  • Re: Synchronization problem

    I'm having a similar synchronization problem. I'll post my issue here, but my situation is a bit complicated... I just upgraded from my old WinXP computer to a new Win7 64-bit one. I used Windows Easy Transfer to move over as much as it allowed. Amazingly--and apparently because Logos4 installs under Users/***/AppData /Local--Logos 4 appeared on my
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark Hoffman on Mon, Sep 3 2012
  • Re: Peculiarities of Specific Books

    BTW, w/ regard to the SBL Greek NT: When you tap on the apparatus mark and it jumps you to the apparatus text, do not hit the return button on your device to get back to the text. Instead, tap on the verse number.
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Hoffman on Tue, Jul 5 2011
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