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  • Re: Is textual criticism important to you?

    [quote user="Milford Charles Murray"] [quote user="Justin Cofer"] then you need the NA 28 with critical apparatus Even if you have the NA 28 in your base package, you do not have the apparatus for textual criticism. This prepub is ALMOST there!!! We just need some more people to place some orders to get this necessary, basic resource. https://www.logos
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Thu, May 2 2013
  • Is textual criticism important to you?

    then you need the NA 28 with critical apparatus Even if you have the NA 28 in your base package, you do not have the apparatus for textual criticism. This prepub is ALMOST there!!! We just need some more people to place some orders to get this necessary, basic resource. https://www.logos.com/product/29980/nestle-aland-greek-new-testament-28th-edition
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Thu, May 2 2013
  • Re: Don't forget the Theological Journal Library Vol 15 on Pre-pub!

    [quote user="Paul-C"] Suggestion to Logos: Given the bar for putting TJL into production has recently been raised, could you consider promoting this update via social media channels (perhaps a blog post too) to try to get this into production as soon as possible? Thanks. [/quote] Agreed. We need to get these journals into production.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Tue, Apr 16 2013
  • Re: How can this still be gathering interest .... ???

    [quote user="Stephen Edward Paynter"] https://www.logos.com/product/29980/nestle-aland-greek-new-testament-28th-edition-with-critical-apparatus [/quote] its a shame the NA 28 with critical apparatus hasn't gotten enough orders to go into production into Logos yet.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Tue, Apr 16 2013
  • Re: Moody titles will be going away

    Books that I recommend: Ryrie, Unger, Everyman's Bible Commentary, Wycliffe Bible Commentary and Robert Thomas Greek Exegetical Commentary on Revelation. http://www.logos.com/products/search?q=Ryrie&Author=Ryrie%2c+Charles+Caldwell http://www.logos.com/products/search?q=Unger&Author=Unger%2c+Merrill+Frederick http://www.logos.com/product/419/the-wycliffe
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Wed, Apr 10 2013
  • Re: Moody titles will be going away

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] I already went through picking out two books that I only had paper versions but eventually wanted digital copies because I consider both of these classics: http://www.logos.com/product/7443/living-by-the-book-the-art-and-science-of-reading-the-bible [/quote] Thanks ... I just bought it ....
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Wed, Apr 10 2013
  • Re: which to read??

    [quote user="alabama24"] Hey Paul! Just some of my thoughts: The Bible is best read in community. I don't mean that you shouldn't read it for yourself (you should), but it is good to read it along with others and ask questions. I would really encourage you to look for a group to do that with. I know that can be a challenge sometimes, so let me give
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Justin Cofer on Fri, Apr 5 2013
  • Re: But not as...so also!

    [quote user="David Paul"] This turn of phrase from Rom. 5:15 is...um...how to put this? Bizarre. Is this common for Greek? Or is it just Paul being Paul? Any Logos resource insight you may supply would be appreciated. [/quote] Ἀλλʼ οὐχ ὡς ..., οὕτως καὶ BDAG notes the use of καί seems pleonastic to our way of thinking. In fact, it is omitted by B. So
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sat, Mar 30 2013
  • Re: Why are original languages important?

    [quote user="DMB"] Sometimes I think that's George's point. Disciplined learning. [/quote] Definitely.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sat, Mar 23 2013
  • Re: Why are original languages important?

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] After years of studying Greek my professor concluded by saying "Congratulations on finishing all these courses but beware of being proud. Even though you have a basic knowledge of Greek realize that any Christian with some basic Bible study training, three good translations and the help of the Holy Spirit can arrive at the
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sat, Mar 23 2013
  • Re: Why are original languages important?

    [quote user="alabama24"] I think we are mostly agreeing [/quote] Agreed. lol
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sat, Mar 23 2013
  • Re: Why are original languages important?

    [quote user="Richard DeRuiter"] But none of that is an excuse for not taking the work of translators very, very seriously. Amateurs should not quickly disagree with the experts. [/quote] Agreed. I teach a beginning Greek class, and I have said to them that "if you come up with a translation that has no support from any experts (who have spent their
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Mar 22 2013
  • Re: Why are original languages important?

    [quote user="DMB"]it's much more likely the bulk of humanity had traditional languages with greek as a second at the town square. [/quote] I agree.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Mar 22 2013
  • Re: Why are original languages important?

    [quote user="alabama24"] Yep. And our audiences don't read or speak Hebrew or Greek. [/quote] Agreed. Which is why English speaking churches are so blessed to have so many translations. [quote user="alabama24"] Paul (and other NT authors) didn't have to use the Septuagint, unless they 1) didn't have access to Hebrew manuscripts 2) couldn't read & write
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Mar 22 2013
  • Re: Why are original languages important?

    [quote user="alabama24"] I come from a different perspective than our friend George S., but I think we would agree on this: there are many pastor's & laypeople who know just enough OL to get them into trouble. It would be better, in my opinion, for Pastor's & Laypeople to stick with good resources in their native language which interact with OL material
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Mar 22 2013
  • Re: Why are original languages important?

    [quote user="Ben Hein"] Hello Pilgrim Friends, I have been doing a lot of contemplation on the importance of language studies in recent weeks. I'd like to get the thoughts of users in this forum. I for one believe that the study of original languages are quite important, and I'll give my few brief reasons below. I don't want to give too much of my view
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Mar 22 2013
  • Re: In case you missed it... new volume of SIL Exegetical Summaries on PrePub!

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] Just habitually looking at the PrePub resources sorted by ship date , I found at the bottom of the page that a new volume of the SIL Exegetical Summaries series is about to ship in less than two weeks! It covers the first half of the gopsel of Mark: http://www.logos.com/product/29521/an-exegetical-summary-of-mark-1-8 - the product
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Mar 22 2013
  • Re: Evangelical Press (22 Vol) Focus on the Bible (32 Vol), or Welwyn Commentary (49 Vol) Which one?

    [quote user="elnwood"] [quote user="Justin Cofer"] EP is written from the Reformed perspective. [/quote] Christian Focus is also Reformed. http://www.christianfocus.com/pages/guidelines/-/66ee182696be0cce1187260d5f4246b0ca0226e [/quote] true.... Another thing to consider for the OP is that between the 3 options, Christian Focus is the only one that
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Thu, Mar 7 2013
  • Re: Evangelical Press (22 Vol) Focus on the Bible (32 Vol), or Welwyn Commentary (49 Vol) Which one?

    [quote user="Steven Langella"]I hear the EP is similar to Tyndale but more detailed. [/quote] EP is written from the Reformed perspective. Tyndale has authors from a broader range of theological positions. If you like the Baker's NT Commentary, then you'll like EP since they are both written from the Reformed theological position. Its also worth nothing
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Thu, Mar 7 2013
  • Re: Evangelical Press (22 Vol) Focus on the Bible (32 Vol), or Welwyn Commentary (49 Vol) Which one?

    [quote user="Steven Langella"] I am looking to buy one of the following series. Evangelical Press http://www.logos.com/product/16105/evangelical-press-study-commentary Focus on the Bible http://www.logos.com/product/4459/focus-on-the-bible-commentaries Welwyn Commentary Series http://www.logos.com/product/4907/welwyn-commentary-series They seem to be
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Thu, Mar 7 2013
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