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  • Endnote for Logos Users? Anathema! --Bibliography Tool

    I love the bibliography tool. It is an excellent way to save a lot of time on research. I only with there were two additions to it (and I'm counting bibliography and citation tools in the same category): 1) It would be useful to have an option of setting my own Bibliographic citation format. I say this only because they ALL need editing anyway, no matter
    Posted to Logos 5 by JR Woods on Tue, Oct 1 2013
  • Re: Adding to my library books that Logos doesn't currently sell

    I have always emailed my suggestions at suggest@logos.com and in the past this has been really successful. They really do listen to their customers. That is the way I got Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologica, and Norman Giesler's 4 volume Systematic Theology, and others.
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Wed, May 29 2013
  • Re: Logos--The Future of Education?

    [quote user="Rene Atchley"]misses classic theological tomes in pursuit of free sources over 100 years old[/quote] I'm not quite sure I'm following you, those "tomes 100 years old" are the classics, are the not? If you saying there is nothing current, I know that can't be true cause the portfolio base has hundreds of outstanding, current, high-scholarly
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • Re: Logos--The Future of Education?

    [quote user="J Hale"] as far as research is concerned, if the e-book keeps the page numbers, and is searchable, like Logos books are, then going digital is the best way to go. [/quote] I heartily agree. Digital files are also better not only for searchable reasons, but also for practical reading reasons: 1) you can adjust or change the font to any size
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • Re: Logos--The Future of Education?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Example: read the commentaries' discussion of the issues regarding the structure of Gen 1:1-3 [/quote] I can see you want to be adversarial. I don't. I think you misinterpreted my intention with my post--I wasn't asserting that education did have "canned answers"--that phrase was meant as an objection to your material, since
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • Re: Logos--The Future of Education?

    [quote user="Dan Francis"]I think the users Logos really wants to go after won;t come because there is not enough for them. [/quote] Hmm, good points, I would say that since over 100 seminaries have already made Logos a mandatory item on their curriculum, Logos has done a pretty good job selling to the users they really want to go after. My vision is
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • Re: Logos--The Future of Education?

    [quote user="Kevin A. Purcell"]Adobe offers a simliar tool [/quote] I understand what your saying, but this was the main objection I had from the Regent University Dean when he turned down my official proposal (with faculty recommendation and student testimonials) to start a Logos instructional at the seminary. The main disadvantage with Adobe compared
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • Re: Logos--The Future of Education?

    You make an excellent point MJ, all I would say in response is that regardless of whatever tool we have at our disposal, the ultimate limitation comes down to how our attitude is toward the biblical call to seek knowledge and understanding. I you love to learn and grow, than having a digital library at you fingertips is a great tool that can facilitate
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • Re: Personal Piggy Bank of Reading Plans! A sort of Tribute

    Just finished Stephanie Black's resource, και, δε, γαρ, ουν, and asyndeton in Sentence Conjunctions in the Gospel of Matthew, taking Halliday's notion of system and function in probabilistic grammar to application in Matthew's sentences. She statistically covers the appearance of these conjunctions as a system of conjunctive choices within the scope
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Tue, Feb 19 2013
  • Re: Personal Piggy Bank of Reading Plans! A sort of Tribute

    Posted to General by JR Woods on Tue, Feb 19 2013
  • Re: Personal Piggy Bank of Reading Plans! A sort of Tribute

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    Posted to General by JR Woods on Tue, Feb 19 2013
  • Re: Personal Piggy Bank of Reading Plans! A sort of Tribute

    I couldn't imagine having all these books at one time on my shelf waiting to be read. And the fact that divvying their content according to the daily reading plans makes it all the more accessible to finish each one! Personally, putting them on reading plans helps me stay encouraged through the major ones over 300 pages. It gets to feeling like crossing
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Tue, Feb 19 2013
  • Re: Personal Piggy Bank of Reading Plans! A sort of Tribute

    Posted to General by JR Woods on Tue, Feb 19 2013
  • Re: NIDNTT and Dictionary for Theological Interpretation

    After finishing an MDiv at Liberty, and recently an MA in New Testament studies at Regent University, I'll say that my personal favorite was NIDNTT over the Theological Interpretation of the Bible, mainly because the entries are also indexed by the Greek words behind the main headings so that you can directly relate the definition into whatever Scriptures
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Mon, Feb 18 2013
  • Re: The Jewish Encyclopedia 12 Vol. $50.00

    WOW. Seriously--an incredible resource like that would not sell for that price in a yard sale. God is truly blessing his people, educating his champions, and moving forward in today's world.
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Mon, Feb 18 2013
  • Personal Piggy Bank of Reading Plans! A sort of Tribute

    Just thought to share what continues to motivate me and bless not only my life, but all those in my company as well as I continue to change and grow through putting these blessings to use: One of the greatest features that continues to enhance my education on an ever-increasing level is the ability to create a personal piggy bank of as many reading
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Mon, Feb 18 2013
  • Logos--The Future of Education?

    What Logos has done, as outstanding as this has been for seminary students, pastors, preachers, and chaplains alike, I believe will apply to every area of research besides theological/Biblical, and has a future application for education in general. The effect of which stands a great chance of spawning a family/relational revival. Here's what I see:
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Wed, Nov 7 2012
  • Bibliography for open resources

    One of the Libronix functions I cannot find in 4.0 is the option of "create bibliography for all open resources." That was particularly useful whenever I wrote papers in seminary because I could leave open all the resources I used while writing the paper than just going to this function when I'm done to instantly create a full bibliography in any format
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Fri, Oct 19 2012
  • Re: Printing - greek fonts produce garbage

    I have all the Logos Keyboards, and have directed all my seminary colleagues to get them too!, but I've got a small nagging issue that's been a tough nut for me to crack--this issue of final letters. I keep trying to accomplish "final sigmas" but just can't seem to get there. Any suggestions? Blessings, JW
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by JR Woods on Wed, Apr 18 2012
  • Re: Personal Book Builder--Logos' Version of America's Got Talent?

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"]JR Don't feed the troll[/quote] Duly noted and appreciated. Thanx.
    Posted to General by JR Woods on Sun, Apr 8 2012
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