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  • Re: Why should I keep my Hebrew, Aramaic or Greek Bibles?

    Bohuslav wrote: I agree with Kevin (who agrees with Dave). Bohuslav, Kevin, and Dave......I love it when brethren are in agreement! But seriously, my confidence in the RI tools is beginning to wane, since the consensus is that they aren't reliable. Why would I even want to use a RI if it can't be trusted to accurately present the original language words
    Posted to General by Apexite on Sat, Jul 31 2010
  • Re: Why should I keep my Hebrew, Aramaic or Greek Bibles?

    [quote user="George Somsel"]You could put one up when you aren't using your computer to impress those who might see it. Another thing you could do is to display one of the original texts and chant before it[/quote] Dang....why didn't I think of that?
    Posted to General by Apexite on Sat, Jul 31 2010
  • Re: BUG: Can't get default version with Exegetical Guide to budge off of ESV...

    Tommy.....THANKS! That worked. I knew of the blue colored version already, and have it open in another panel just for looking at the interlinear information (linked to my main panel for looking at the KJV). But on my home page I had that red version selected as my preferred Bible rather than the blue one (the one without the "The" in front of it).
    Posted to Logos 4 by Apexite on Fri, Jul 30 2010
  • Re: Why should I keep my Hebrew, Aramaic or Greek Bibles?

    Todd, Robert......Thank you! My plan for this weekend is to go through every resource I have in my Gold Scholar's package, familiarize myself with them just enough to say YES or NO to hiding them, and then proceed into the Collection generation stage with that cursory familiarity. I don't necessarily relish the idea of spending all this time getting
    Posted to General by Apexite on Fri, Jul 30 2010
  • Why should I keep my Hebrew, Aramaic or Greek Bibles?

    I am using Logos 4 for Mac (Beta 3), and I am beginning to go through my resources and put a bunch of them in the "HIDDEN RESOURCES" category. The question I'd like anyone's input on is this: Why should I even keep any of the many Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek Bibles in my Library, if I don't read original languages, don't plan on reading them, and will
    Posted to General by Apexite on Fri, Jul 30 2010
  • BUG: Can't get default version with Exegetical Guide to budge off of ESV...

    I am using Logos 4 for Mac (Beta 3), and when I do an Exegetical Guide, the default version in the "Word by Word" section is always the ESV Reverse Interlinear, even though I have my preferred Bible set to KJV. I know there is a drop-down list where I can pick from several other Reverse Interlinears, including the KJV, which is what I end up doing.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Apexite on Fri, Jul 30 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    Robert/Todd......this weekend, or early next week, I shall dedicate a day to doing just that, with much exploration and discovery. THANKS for your gentle guiding hand.
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Thu, Jul 29 2010
  • BUG: hovering over Library icon pops up a verse window...

    In my Logos for Mac Beta 3, if I hover over the blue Library icon in the upper left corner, after about 2 seconds there is a pop-up window that displays the text for Genesis 12:3 in the KJV. Is that unique to my installation, or are others experiencing a similar BUG?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Apexite on Thu, Jul 29 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    Robert Pavich wrote: I use "collections" A LOT to search.....if you limit your search to "my systematic theologies"...then you get technical answers....so by using collections, your tailoring the types of answers you're looking for... Thanks Robert. But in your collection example of "my systematic theologies", how am I going to know which books to put
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Thu, Jul 29 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    No, I was not aware of that. So if I "hide resources", does that make for any practical advantage in terms of faster searching time, or efficiencies elsewhere?
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Thu, Jul 29 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    Bohuslav, Jack, Richard, Graham, and any others who might have additional input to offer......GOD BLESS YOU for your heart and time in helping me out with identifying the targeted tools I need, and understanding how to best utilize the voluminous number of resources I now have on my computer. For someone like myself, the sheer amount of information
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Wed, Jul 28 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    THANK YOU Jack for your response. Apparently I was drafting my previous post while you were sending yours. The BDAG, M&M and L&N suggestions are exactly what I was looking for: strong positive recommendations for specific tools from Logos 4 resources to do what I described as wanting to do. Other input is STILL welcome, as there is safety in a multitude
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Wed, Jul 28 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    Sorry gentlemen, if I have been unclear. I'm not looking to buy the video set. And Richard's post, although related to what I am asking for, is not identifying those specific Logos resources I am wanting to identify (lexicons, word study tools, whatever - please forgive my ignorance of the sub-categories of tools, such as "critical commentaries" or
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Wed, Jul 28 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    Richard DeRuiter wrote: ....most of us aren't experts enough in the original languages.....But that's what the critical commentaries, and theological lexicons are for (even though experts can sometimes get it wrong too). In my post at 8:42 a.m. this morning (might need to read the whole post to understand my request), I invited input on those specific
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Wed, Jul 28 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    To each of you who have posted since I requested a summary of what Dr. Heiser taught on “polysemic fallacies”, let me say that I am new to this forum. In fact, I’m new to the whole concept of a web-based forum, this being my first experience with one. So if I appear naive, it’s because I am. I now own Logos 4 for Mac, and I am participating in this
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Wed, Jul 28 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    Richard....Thanks for taking the time to pass along a concise and easy-to-understand summary of the polysemic fallacy. Very helpful. Very appreciated.
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Tue, Jul 27 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    William Bingham wrote: "Yes, the video mentioned is a part of the Learn to use Hebrew with Logos Bible Software product." In that case, would anyone be able to summarize for me in a paragraph or two that inspiring section of the video, the section on polysemic fallacies in word studies? When I read that a man of wisdom feels something is of great importance
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Tue, Jul 27 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    Jack.....I believe I have been operating under a wrong premise - that the video you spoke of was available on the Logos website, under support. I'm coming to think that it is NOT available for free on the website, but rather as part of the boxed product that is for sale for $499. Was my initial premise wrong, as I suspect?
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Tue, Jul 27 2010
  • Re: Polysemic fallacies in word studies...

    Jack.....I am not finding that video you refer to. Can you please give me more specific directions in finding and viewing it? THANK YOU....WCM (Apexite)
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Apexite on Mon, Jul 26 2010
  • Re: KJV not showing Interlinear button...

    (Keep Smiling For Jesus: THANK YOU for the helping hand. I detest spam. God bless you!)
    Posted to Logos 4 by Apexite on Sun, Jul 25 2010
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