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  • Re: What did you buy with your $20 Gift Card??

    [quote user="Mark Prim"] I have a question...I am looking at one of two commentaries on the Book of Hebrews. The first one comes from the New American Commentary set, which I have 37 of the 40. https://www.logos.com/product/795/the-ivp-new-testament-commentary-series-hebrews The second one is from the IVP New Testament Commentary set, which I do not
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sat, Sep 28 2013
  • Re: For those who know the Hebrew

    [quote user="Michael Childs"] The excellent answers by Richard and Doug illustrate the importance of those who have the opportunity to study Hebrew and Greek (in seminary or an academic setting) take advantage of that opportunity. It is not that one needs to translate every verse again, (though that is not a bad practice). It is simply that a working
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Sep 20 2013
  • Re: What did you buy with your $20 Gift Card??

    [quote user="David Scott"] I bought Pillar New Testament Commentary: The Letter to the Hebrews (https://www.logos.com/product/5938/pillar-new-testament-commentary-the-letter-to-the-hebrews) . 27% off as a September Deal + $20 coupon = $12.95. Thanks, Logos. [/quote] I did the same thing. Thanks Logos!
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Thu, Sep 19 2013
  • Re: $20 Gift Card?

    Thanks Logos! This loyal customer thinks you guys are the best!
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Tue, Sep 17 2013
  • Re: Swamped by free resources

    Just call Customer Service and they will take them off your account. :)
    Posted to Logos 4 by Justin Cofer on Thu, Aug 15 2013
  • Re: EEC Philippians

    [quote user="Justin Marr"] We’re very sorry for the miscommunication on this. We felt it was necessary to spend a little extra time on these volumes so that we can deliver an even more stellar commentary. We neglected to update the estimated release dates on the websites. Our apologies again. On another note: EEC Song of Songs is no longer listed as
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Thu, Aug 8 2013
  • Re: Commentaries: individual volumes

    I dont believe Logos will either, at least in the short term. If its possible, I'd upgrade to Logos 5 Silver because you would get the NAC and its fine Deuteronomy volume. The Tyndale commentary set is also relatively speaking affordable and has a fine commentary on Deuteronomy. If you need Cragie, you could look at the google preview to see if your
    Posted to Logos 5 by Justin Cofer on Wed, Jul 17 2013
  • Re: BDAG & HALOT or Biblical Languages Upgrade

    [quote user="James Ogle"] I am heading into seminary this Fall and was looking to get the BDAG & HALOT package. Before I make the purchase I also looked at the Biblical Languages Upgrade. To my surprise they are about $20 different in price. Now for what you get number of books wise this would look like a no brainer!, but how many of those books am
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Mon, Jul 15 2013
  • Re: Best of the old commentary sets?

    I don't think all these went through CP but rather started in prepub , but for me personally, Alford, Expositor's Greek Testament, Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools & Colleges, Robertson's Word Pictures, Classic Commentaries on the Greek New Testament & Keil and Delitzsch.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Jul 5 2013
  • Re: Design a new package for new pastor on limited budget

    [quote user="Lynden Williams"] P A, Silver package clocks in at 999.95. I think this is a good start, plus you have a year to pay it off. [/quote] Agreed. Silver is what I would recommend. If the pastor wants a starter package for under $200, then I'd recommend the IVP collection. Best bang for buck, and its on sale for little over $100 often. http
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Jul 5 2013
  • Re: Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics - Wallace

    [quote user="Mitchell"] [quote user="George Somsel"] Funk A Beginning-Intermediate Grammar of Hellenistic Greek Robertson A Grammar of the Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research Blass-Debrunner-Funk A Grammar of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature Moulton-Turner-Howard A Grammar of New Testament Greek Crosby-Schaeffer
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Thu, Jun 27 2013
  • Re: NA 28 with critical apparatus in development!!

    Now its in development!!!
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sat, Jun 8 2013
  • Re: Do these resources exist? I didn't get them

    I think Dr. Campbell aptly sums it up for preachers regarding interlinears. If you want to become proficient at Greek -- don't use an interlinear.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Justin Cofer on Fri, Jun 7 2013
  • Question about Center for New Testament Studies NT Critical Apparatus

    My question is whether there will be digital images of the various manuscripts like in BW? http://www.logos.com/product/32501/center-for-new-testament-studies-new-testament-critical-apparatus
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Thu, May 23 2013
  • Re: A new "textual criticism" report ... please.

    [quote user="Beloved"] Big inducement for Logos 6.0. But, would love to see it sooner. Super idea! [/quote] yes .... absolutely .... maybe a visual timechart showing what century of a particular manuscript
    Posted to Suggestions by Justin Cofer on Tue, May 21 2013
  • Re: NA28 and theological journal collection vol 15 stuck in PrePub: Logos gave up its academic users?

    [quote user="Stephen Edward Paynter"] I am not sure this is the right thread for this observation, but I am sure someone can point out where I should have posted it, if it is not. I suspect that I am like many people who muddle through a little Greek to be able to make use of Logos resources which work with the Greek language, but have never had to
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Mon, May 20 2013
  • Re: NA 28 with critical apparatus in development!!

    well, it was in development this morning. Apparently, it went back into "gathering interest" and has a way to go. What happened?
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, May 10 2013
  • NA 28 with critical apparatus in development!!

    http://www.logos.com/product/29980/nestle-aland-greek-new-testament-28th-edition-with-critical-apparatus
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, May 10 2013
  • Re: How can this still be gathering interest .... ???

    [quote user="Randy Lane"] No surprise here to me. At least for on reason that comes to my mind: Those who are most likely to directly use this resource are quite likely heavy users of different bible study software (I won't name the competitors here). For many years Logos has been playing catch-up to other software resources that support Greek and Hebrew
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Wed, May 8 2013
  • Re: Is textual criticism important to you?

    [quote user="Mitchell"] Wow... the apparatus alone on Logos costs more than I paid for my entire physical NA28. [/quote] but the logos version has all the symbols and manuscript #s hyper-linked with definitions. Unlike the paper version, you don't have to remember or look it up in the back of the book.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Thu, May 2 2013
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