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  • Re: Summary Charts of Greek Syntax

    Bruce, Daniel Wallace New Testament Greek Syntax. This is a chart, Summary of his book. Not sure if it's available in Logos, probably so. Mine is the dead tree version laminated. Cost about $7-10 AUD, here in Sydney. Hope this helps Leaving you in God's Care and Grace
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Mon, Nov 11 2019
  • Re: Systematic Theology recommendations?

    James, No one has mentioned Gunton. He wrote on many theological topics. I used his book on Atonement for 4th year @ Theological College, (Seminary) one of the best books I have read. He is modern, but he develops the theology of the Atonement by looking at select Fathers and theologians. Although I have not read al his works, this one is especially
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Wed, Nov 6 2019
  • Re: Best price you have seen on Barth's Dogmatics?

    Mike, same as you, could kick myself for not picking it up. Think it was about $75 for a month about 18 months ago.
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Tue, Oct 29 2019
  • Re: Top Resources on The Life of Christ

    Mine, Jesus According to Scripture
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Thu, Sep 12 2019
  • Re: Recommendations for student.

    Paul, If you are doing a M Div you will do a far bit of original language work, look at getting a good Lexicon for your studies. Most seminaries use BDAG, for NT. Check with your seminary for Recomendations though. Hope this helps. Leaving you in God's Care and Grace
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Fri, Aug 30 2019
  • Re: David Jeremiah Sermon Archive

    Yes
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Mon, Jun 10 2019
  • Re: Full price

    [quote user="Stephen Miller"] Quick question .... Has anyone paid FULL PRICE for a Logos resource in the last 6 (12?) months? Stephen Australia [/quote] Yes.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Phil Tuften on Fri, Mar 8 2019
  • Re: using Logos for theological research

    Hi Chris and welcome to the forums, Hope you are enjoying College. Platinium is a good package to start with especially at at college or seminary level. I enjoyed my college time, but iit was so many years ago. Where are you studying? What year are you in? What do you hope to do after College? Where I would start, is to read a little about the church
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Fri, Mar 1 2019
  • Re: Clarification: on Free books Faithlife Connect

    Thanx will read
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Fri, Mar 1 2019
  • Clarification: on Free books Faithlife Connect

    Could someone point out to me the change in the free book of the month for Lexham titles. This month no free book only a 25% discount. Why? What changed? Is this the model going forward from this point? Granted Lexham has opened up a wider range, but I did not sign up for 25% off. Your thoughts/
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Fri, Mar 1 2019
  • Re: Buying Strategy: Logos Academic Professional

    Mattew, What specifically do you need (not want) in this package? What do you own right now? For me, I wanted BDAG. The other things were not something that I needed right now. I purchased Platinum, and the entry level academic package. This got me a host of other resources. Plus I got some of the key resources of the academic professional package,
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Fri, Feb 15 2019
  • Re: What Should I Buy?

    Taylor, To add to your suggestions so far, there is a language package, or there used to be. Forget what it is called, it has a mix of items, but also BDAG (required Greek Lexicon in most seminaries) along with other Greek and Hebrew resources. This package is only available to seminary students. Check with your seminary as some seminaries get a package
    Posted to General by Phil Tuften on Fri, Feb 1 2019
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