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  • Re: Setting Up Logos 4 for Original Language Study

    The best way to configure Logos to make it better for original language study is to (1) NOT use it as an interlinear and (2) keep the layout simple. I increase the font of the greek text to the maximum to make it easy on my eyes for reading. I read on the left and browse on the right with my lexicon. In order to optimize Logos 4 for NT Greek study,
    Posted to Logos 4 by Justin Cofer on Wed, Jan 16 2013
  • Re: Nestle Aland 28th?

    [quote user="Eric Weiss"] I wish there were a way to get it to display in the window or a separate window, or wish the Apparatus superscripts were more prominent and more easily visible. [/quote] Use powerlook up.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sun, Dec 30 2012
  • Re: Bible sense lexicon wiki page is now attached to the Bible Word Study

    I understand your point Dave but what MJ is explaining is important to at least me personally. I'm glad she did. Its very helpful to know that the lemmas are appended onto a contemporary English net as opposed to individual nets for Hebrew and Greek. I unfortunately see people misusing the BSL and committing exegetical fallacies if they don't understand
    Posted to Logos 5 by Justin Cofer on Wed, Dec 5 2012
  • Re: Logos Updates and Upgrades and Ebooks and Data Sets

    I also believe that Logos needs to start generating a lot more content like Runge's work and the EEC and start packaging it in their packages. Since it is Lexham, you don't need to fight with the publishers to include the content in your packages. Logos is clearly in the business of generating content, whether that be data sets or ebooks.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Nov 30 2012
  • Re: Logos Updates and Upgrades and Ebooks and Data Sets

    I vote no subscription. I concur with Mark Barnes.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Fri, Nov 30 2012
  • Re: Logos 4 Original Languages vs BibleWorks 9

    [quote user="robrecht"] Wow, a spreadsheet, what a great idea! Much better than going back and forth between multiple browser windows! Thanks for the corrections. So here's a revised table: $359 BibleWorks 9 $80 Qumran sectartian texts morphologically analyzed $30 Qumran sectarian and biblical texts in English $469 Total Qumran Sectarian Manuscripts
    Posted to Logos 4 by Justin Cofer on Sun, Jun 17 2012
  • Re: Logos 4 Original Languages vs BibleWorks 9

    Also of note is that Logos has the textual apparatus of the UBS and NA, BW does not. Whereas, BW has the CNTTS but Logos does not. The textual apparatus does not come in the base package of Logos. http://www.logos.com/product/18617/german-bible-society-bundle
    Posted to Logos 4 by Justin Cofer on Wed, Jun 13 2012
  • Re: Logos 4 Original Languages vs BibleWorks 9

    Here is my BW layout for Greek reading. One thing I like about BW that you cannot do in Logos is you can color code the vocabulary (30 times or greater, etc.) you know for example, blue. And the vocab you don't know can be black. That way when you are reading it, at a glance you know whether you are supposed to know the word or not.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Justin Cofer on Wed, Jun 13 2012
  • Re: Logos 4 Original Languages vs BibleWorks 9

    Here is another screenshot that cannot be replicated because BW doesn't have the exegetical summaries or the WBC. Logos has a lot of secondary literature which is quite helpful. I would get a Logos package so that you can have syntax search, the cascadia and opentext diagrams, and then I would add the exegetical summaries collection and the Discourse
    Posted to Logos 4 by Justin Cofer on Wed, Jun 13 2012
  • Re: Logos 4 Original Languages vs BibleWorks 9

    [quote user="robrecht"] [quote user="Fr Devin Roza"] One important advantage to Logos 4 that I think has not really been mentioned is the great flexibility the program has in its screen layout. I have totally different layouts, for example, for reading the OT in Hebrew, for reading the NT in Greek, for preparing a homily, for studying the background
    Posted to Logos 4 by Justin Cofer on Wed, Jun 13 2012
  • Re: EEC - 1,2,3 John Just Shipped

    [quote user="Bohuslav Wojnar"] Yes. It looks to be a really great commentary. I am happy to have it. I just wonder: why am I not able to see it on the iPhone/iPad? Will it be released later for that platform? Or am I missing something? [/quote] After looking it over, I am quite pleased with it. Derickson's contribution looks to be of very high quality
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sun, May 27 2012
  • Re: hermeneuticsmand/Exegesis

    [quote user="Sam West"] I know they both are used in interpretation but please explain to me the difference of the two. Sam west [/quote] [quote user="Charles Ryrie"] Hermeneutics is the study of the principles of interpretation. Exegesis consists of the actual interpretation of the Bible, the bringing out of its meaning, whereas hermeneutics establishes
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Wed, Apr 11 2012
  • Re: What to buy

    I bought Zondervan products since they don't usually go on sale. Carson/Moo's NT Intro ~$12 How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth by Fee/Stuart ($9) The Promise-Plan of God by Kaiser for $15 [this is a biblical theology] Second Peter/Jude by Moo ($14.29)
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Wed, Apr 4 2012
  • Re: Peter A Steveson Commentary Collection

    Just wanted to reiterate how valuable this collection is!
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sat, Mar 31 2012
  • Re: NICNT Mark: Is this a typo?

    It is an abbreviation for "and the following." Numbers 30:1f stands for vv. 1&2. Numbers 30:1ff would stand for an indeterminate amount of verses following verse one. http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/f.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sat, Mar 31 2012
  • Re: Discourse New Testament

    [quote user="Pastor Michael Huffman"] Good articles, but not very helpful. I am looking for examples of how many of you all use the discourse with user end defintions for the major ones; ex. what does "sentence" really do for the discourse, things like that. I have all of Runge's works on the subject, but if a fellow pastor would give me how he uses
    Posted to Logos 4 by Justin Cofer on Fri, Mar 23 2012
  • Re: Commentaries on Colossians

    [quote user="James Ogle"] I have to write an exegetical paper on Colossians 3:12-17 . Any ideas on commentaries that I can use? The prompt says I need to look at 3 "critical" commentaries. Any suggestions would be helpful. [/quote] Moo, Douglas J. The Letters to the Colossians and to Philemon (PNTC). Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2008. http://www.logos.com
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Tue, Mar 20 2012
  • Peter A Steveson Commentary Collection

    http://www.logos.com/product/17750/peter-a-steveson-commentary-collection I have his Isaiah commentary. It's very good ... I fully recommend it, especially if you need to boost your library in the OT commentaries section. Let's get this in development.
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Tue, Mar 20 2012
  • Re: Can Mr. Cranfield play in next year's tourney?

    I voted for Cranfield, hoping that these commentaries will be on sale. http://www.logos.com/product/4114/a-critical-and-exegetical-commentary-on-the-epistle-to-the-romans-vol-1 http://www.logos.com/product/4115/a-critical-and-exegetical-commentary-on-the-epistle-to-the-romans-vol-2
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sat, Mar 17 2012
  • Re: Vote for Douglas Moo

    Thanks!
    Posted to General by Justin Cofer on Sat, Mar 17 2012
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