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  • Book Suggestion: Bible Doctrines, P.C. Nelson

    This book is available in Spanish in Logos ... why not English ??? Bible Doctrines by P. Nelson (Author) Gospel Publishing House
    Posted to Suggestions by Ron Corbett on Mon, Jun 1 2015
  • Priority Restructuring Scheme and Calendar Alignment Idea

    Priority Restructuring Scheme and Calendar Alignment Idea This is a two-part proposition. it is an idea that may be of interest to other users. 1] Set up a Master Library Priorities List at Faithlife HQ that is deliberately reordered seasonally (or each month?). This renewable “Priority Structure” would follow some version of a yearly Calendar. WHY
    Posted to Suggestions by Ron Corbett on Mon, Jun 1 2015
  • Comparing the word frequency of in the Gospels

    The Analysis tool in the SEARCH feature is full of interesting possibilities. I did a SEARCH on in BIBLE (Searching all Bible Text in Gospels in ESV) and then clicked on ANALYSIS in the upper right hand corner. Right-clicking on the menu bar where the column headings are. I checked "Book" which then appeared as one of the column headings. Then I Click
    Posted to General by Ron Corbett on Mon, May 25 2015
  • Re: Exegetical Guide - A Whole New Game

    [quote user="Schumitinu"] Some commentaries have a "Literary Analysis" or a "Literary Introduction" section that could be linked to the exegetical guide. For the NT series like the Paideia have a "Rhetorical Flow" chart that can be linked to the exegetical guide. The USB Handbook Series deals with rhetorical devices in the text, but they would need
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Sat, May 23 2015
  • Re: New Feature: Greek Grammatical Constructions (dataset)

    [quote user="Jacob Cerone"]This dataset labels all instances of emphatic negation, Granville Sharp's first rule, conditional clauses, historical presents, articular infinitives, clause-level asyndeton, and Colwell's Rule.[/quote] Question: Are there any more grammatical constructions that will need to be added to this data set / or may be added? [Thinking
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Fri, May 22 2015
  • Re: Exegetical Guide - A Whole New Game

    And of course, Forms of the Old Testament Literature is a great source too.
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Fri, May 22 2015
  • Re: Idea for Logos Now

    [quote user="Mike Tourangeau"] I haven't been that impressed with the contents of Logos Now as of yet, but I can appreciate the idea. As of now I will not renew my subscription when my free month ends. However, with tomorrow's release that might all change! :). (Concordance looks promising....) [/quote] Well Mike, the new release is out. Just out of
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Thu, May 21 2015
  • Re: Exegetical Guide - A Whole New Game

    [quote user="Rick Brannan (Faithlife)"] On rhetorical devices: Do you have a resource to refer us to that catalogs and/or defines devices you'd be interested in seeing? (Yes, we do know of Bullinger's Figures of Speech; if there are other such resources, please do let us know). [/quote] Bullinger's would be a great place to start. I would think that
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Thu, May 21 2015
  • Re: Authentic Fire: A Response to John MacArthur's Strange Fire -- Michael L. Brown

    [quote user="Bohuslav Wojnar"] The book is in Vyrso prepub. Great to know. https://vyrso.com/product/52045/authentic-fire-a-response-to-john-macarthurs-strange-fire [/quote] Thank you for the head's up
    Posted to Suggestions by Ron Corbett on Wed, May 20 2015
  • Re: Concordance Feature

    [quote user="Jacob Cerone"] With the ability to run searches on select volumes through inline search and general searches, how do you see building an index, saving it, and being able to search it as differing from the already available search options and/or the cntrl + F functionality? (I'm sure there would be a benefit that you've already thought through
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Tue, May 19 2015
  • Re: Exegetical Guide - A Whole New Game

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] John Breck's Shape of Biblical Language Robert Alter's Biblical Type-Scenes and the uses of Convention David A. Dorsey's The Literary Structure of the Old Testament Nils Wilhelm Lund's Chiasmus in the New Testament [/quote] Don't know these other books, but I have Dorsey's book pinned to my menu bar in Logos. Always interested
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Tue, May 19 2015
  • Exegetical Guide - A Whole New Game

    The Grammar section blows me away. What an amazing section. I love the way it is broken down. So helpful. I love the inclusion of Dr. Steve Runge's material here. The Exegetical section is a real blessing. And I love the GRAMMATICAL CONSTRUCTIONS section. Great work, Logos team!! A few questions: Is there a place for RHETORICAL devices, LITERARY STRUCTURES
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Tue, May 19 2015
  • Re: May 18th release date

    Just installed and spent a little time poking around. The Concordance tool is MUCH better. The ability to use it on Collections (as per Graham's note in another post) would be fantastic now with these improvements.
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Mon, May 18 2015
  • May 18th release date

    Are we on schedule for some time today??
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Mon, May 18 2015
  • Re: Concordance Feature Request

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] [quote user="Tim Bray"]Would love the ability to do a concordance search across an entire series[/quote] I have seen discussions about using the concordance across a collection (not currently available). Would this provide what you are looking for or did you mean a series specifically? [/quote] Wow, across collections or
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Mon, May 18 2015
  • Re: Repeat Post: Appeal for a new HISTORY Feature

    Just gave this Feature Request two more votes on User Voice. Thanks Rosie
    Posted to Suggestions by Ron Corbett on Sun, May 10 2015
  • Re: Repeat Post: Appeal for a new HISTORY Feature

    [quote user="SineNomine"]Do you mean a feature that searches the text as already displayed by the tool?[/quote] I don't know if I understand your question, but The HISTORY tool "remembers" where you were in a particular resource. So if we could go to the HISTORY tool and (for instance) search for a word (or a string of words) from the list of books
    Posted to Suggestions by Ron Corbett on Sat, May 9 2015
  • Re: Repeat Post: Appeal for a new HISTORY Feature

    [quote user="SineNomine"]Somebody mentioned it on the forums, so I checked. There already is a History feature. It's in the Tools menu, and it goes back pretty far. It doesn't allow you to search, but it's laid out in a way that makes it very easy to scan through.[/quote] Yes, and I have used it often just the way it is - but sometimes it still takes
    Posted to Suggestions by Ron Corbett on Fri, May 8 2015
  • Re: "Rent" AND/OR Buy Logos Now

    [quote user="Fredc"]What would prevent a user from subscribing for a month, get all the datasets, media, and features, then cancel the subscription?[/quote] In the links posted by Bradley this issue (and more) was addressed. It is worth the time to read through the posts there.
    Posted to Logos Now by Ron Corbett on Thu, May 7 2015
  • Re: Repeat Post: Appeal for a new HISTORY Feature

    I always make use of the NOTES files as I am working - filing this here and that there, creating links, etc. It's just that I can't do that with EVERYTHING interesting that I read. So ... a HISTORY search feature would really help.
    Posted to Suggestions by Ron Corbett on Thu, May 7 2015
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