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  • Re: My Misguided Peeking at my Logos Library Book Count

    In the first week after I downloaded my first-ever Logos base package earlier this year, I looked adoringly at all the packages I didn't have, all the resources others in the forums did have, and all the resources I was determined to obtain. In the second week of ownership of my first-ever Logos base package, I began to discern a competitive, "Keep
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Tue, Mar 23 2010
  • Re: Question for Experienced Reformed Conservatives

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] That's the problem with us conservatives. We always interpret everything literally! [/quote] He sets, shoots, and scores! Well done, Mark.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Mon, Mar 15 2010
  • Re: Question for Experienced Reformed Conservatives

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Mark Barnes"]it may be the fact it astounds you shows you don't really understand many conservatives.[/quote] I believe that you are making an unfounded leap here. It is often knowing the thought pattern that makes it astounding, otherwise it is merely an (interesting) difference. [/quote
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Mon, Mar 15 2010
  • Re: Question for Experienced Reformed Conservatives

    [quote user="dereklbrowning@yahoo.com"] This is why my subject was: "Question for Experienced Reformed Conservatives." I labeled it this way so that "Experienced Reformed Conservatives" would answer my question, not to start a fight or be divisive. I was hoping that those that were not Experienced Reformed Conservatives would see the subject and say
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Mon, Mar 15 2010
  • Re: Question for Experienced Reformed Conservatives

    Mark, I considered several avenues of response to your reply, none of which satisfied because all of them resulted in my participation in the kind of divisive, separatist dialogue with which the Church – or at least its conservative and liberal component parts – is already far too familiar. For example, in the few minutes of reflection I gave to this
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Mon, Mar 15 2010
  • Re: Question for Experienced Reformed Conservatives

    I encountered this thread for the first time tonight. That there is a question whether there are any works in Logos 4 that users "should be extra cautious about" astounds me. I am one of those "liberals" (even worse, the unpublished kind!) "Conservative" folks have nothing to be extra cautious about from us... other than that you might for a moment
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Sun, Mar 14 2010
  • Re: "after three nights and three days I will rise again"

    Mark, you seem to make my point (which for me is as much a leisurely volley as anything!). Edited to its core assertion, your last sentence contends that a given set of words (a phrase) may not mean what that set of words seems to (literally) mean. You say that's because the phrase is a figure of speech. With all respect, that's a non sequitur. Why
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Mon, Mar 8 2010
  • Re: "after three nights and three days I will rise again"

    I don't know whose advocate I am being when I ask this, but.... Isn't the phrase "extreme literal" redundant in the same way as is "very unique"? Either something is unique or it's not. Either we take the literal meaning of words, or we don't? So MacArthur's claim is that "three days and three nights" doesn't really mean "three days and three nights
    Posted to General by Bill Coley on Mon, Mar 8 2010
  • Re: passage Analysis

    Peter, My experience jibes with William Cook's. Typing the suggested command in the command box does produce the tool; it instead produces a search for those terms, the best result being a suggestion to choose "Paragraph Analysis" from the Tools menu -- an option that does not exist, at least not in my copy of the Leader's Edition. Blessings, Bill
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Sun, Feb 7 2010
  • Re: passage Analysis

    Peter, Would that it were so that we LE-and-lower edition users could type in the tool's name and access it; but it's not so. The best you get is a link to the Help menu's description of Passage Analysis and that entry's direction to select PA from the Tools menu -- which, of course, we can't do. Must give Logos its due on this one, however - the edition
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Sat, Feb 6 2010
  • Re: passage Analysis

    William, Thanks for the information. After posting my question, I did some more searching and discovered that PA is only available at higher pay grades. Perhaps L4 help contents should be color-coded, or provide some other means of informing users when features require certain editions. In PA's case, there is no Help contents indication that it is anything
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Sat, Feb 6 2010
  • Re: passage Analysis

    Carl, Just wondering whether you ever located the passage analysis tool? I watched a YouTube video, thought the tool worth exploring, went to my Tools menu, and like you, did not find a passage analysis option. In fact, my tools menu, in the column that's supposed to contain the Passage Analysis option, is different from the one in the video I watched
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Sat, Feb 6 2010
  • Re: Using other Libronix-based resources

    SUCCESS!! Thanks to all of your inputs, I learned so much about licenses and resources and account management, INCLUDING what turned out to be the decisive option of using Libronix 3 on a PC where the Ultimate resources were installed to update-then-sync my licenses. Once accomplished, Logos 4 magically knew (okay, I know it's not magic) to download
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Sat, Feb 6 2010
  • Re: Using other Libronix-based resources

    Thanks to both Daves for your most recent replies. Even though I have successfully installed Libronix 3, and would LOVE to be able to follow the steps the two of you offer, the obstacle that I think will compel the resolution of this issue coming from contact with customer service is that I can't run any kind of process off of the Ultimate CD. Implementing
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Sat, Feb 6 2010
  • Re: Using other Libronix-based resources

    I don't have an Ultimate collection installation at home with me tonight, but I am certain that the Libronix edition on the CD was 1.x. I have made progress tonight, however. Thanks to the help and encouragement from this forum, I have successfully installed Logos 3, copied resources from two Libronix-compatible applications, discovered their resources
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: Using other Libronix-based resources

    Dave Hooten: Thanks for clarifying the consequences of the removal process. Your help will free me to proceed with the operation. David Wilson: Thanks for the additional information. I mentioned in my original post that my move to a Win 7 - 64 bit machine rendered the Ultimate CD useless, so I did have an inkling of OS incompatibility. As for license
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: Using other Libronix-based resources

    Thanks all for your help! I don't know whether it matters, but the installation error when trying to install L3 to which I refer (i.e. that another installation exists) happened the very first time I tried to install it - there were no prior, in-some-other-way unsuccessful installation attempts. Does the uninstall process instigated by the download
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: Using other Libronix-based resources

    Thanks, Rosie, for your prompt response. From other posts I had previously inferred the potential value of installing Logos 3 on this PC, and had in fact tried to do so. The result of that process, however, is a message that another version of Logos is already installed, and will have to be uninstalled before installing v.3. There are no options offered
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Using other Libronix-based resources

    Hi, I am now three days into first-ever Logos Bible Software experience. (So be gentle!) So far, so impressive. I will spend the remaining years of my ministry unwrapping Logos' many gifts to the curious user. Before Logos, I used something called "The Ultimate Bible Reference Library," a very good value-priced resource. The principal reason I moved
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bill Coley on Thu, Feb 4 2010
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