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  • Re: Logos for Children

    Thx!
    Posted to General by Genghis on Wed, Jun 5 2019
  • Logos 8 free version available! Many thanks!

    Hi Logos Just writing to give you a shoutout for making this available so quickly. Kol hakavod! Cheers
    Posted to Logos 8 by Genghis on Tue, Feb 12 2019
  • Re: Messianic Jews Question

    [quote user="David Staveley"]So, as you can see, different classes of gentile would have accepted different levels of mitzvot . Not as you say "only one set for all".[/quote] Hmmm... Aren't the conception of these classes (ger, ger toshav, and proselyte) relatively recent developments in Jewish history? I've seen one or two articles that argue that
    Posted to General by Genghis on Sat, Sep 29 2018
  • Re: What’s the Difference or...

    [quote user="DAL"]The first Hebrew primer [/quote] I have this. It's good for getting the student going quickly with lots of positive reinforcement through tangible progress over a relatively short time. It's not very technical (i.e. full of jargon) so it's easier to comprehend. Having it in Logos makes using it a lot more easier as its relatively easy
    Posted to General by Genghis on Sat, Sep 29 2018
  • Re: Messianic Jews Question

    [quote user="DAL"] Thanks for the link, Genghis! I’ll keep researching this. This Netzarim group seems a little complicated, even though they claim to be Messianic Jews. DAL [/quote] The whole Messianic Judaism and the idea of what constitutes a Messianic Jew is in flux. That is, the concepts and what people believe is still in development and
    Posted to General by Genghis on Fri, Sep 28 2018
  • Re: Messianic Jews Question

    [quote user="DAL"] Ok Matthew and David, I talked to my friend today and he mentioned he was in a branch of Messianic Judaism called The Netzarim. Are any of you familiar with that branch? Romans 11:16-21 is the text they use to support their name. Thanks! DAL [/quote] I found this site: https://www.therefinersfire.org/who_is_he.htm However, what is
    Posted to General by Genghis on Thu, Sep 27 2018
  • Re: Messianic Jews Question

    [quote user="DAL"] Genghis, what I meant by Jewish Law is this resource: https://www.logos.com/product/3049/jewish-law What are your thoughts on it? DAL [/quote] Looks authoritative. The idea of dividing Jewish law into "written" law i.e. the Torah and the "Oral" law (which is Common Law, written down) is still a helpful/good way to frame Jewish Law
    Posted to General by Genghis on Thu, Sep 27 2018
  • Re: Messianic Jews Question

    [quote user="Matthew"] I do not know of any books written that specifically address Hebrew Roots or the Black Israelite movement. There's a great book written by Boaz Michael from First Fruits of Zion that addresses the Lost Tribes doctrine called Twelve Gates: Where Do the Nations Enter? Here is a link: https://ffoz.com/twelve-gates-book.html As far
    Posted to General by Genghis on Tue, Sep 25 2018
  • Re: Messianic Jews Question

    [quote user="DAL"] What is the Talmud good for (Babylonian and Jerusalem)? DAL [/quote] Talmud is like a email discussion of rabbinical authorities or a string of dicta from a law journal. It's a record of rabbinical discussions. Useful to glean what people were thinking about various topics and passages in their day. Like all discussions, you pick
    Posted to General by Genghis on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: Best Scholarly Works on the Parables of Jesus

    [quote user="Kevin A Lewis"] Personally found https://www.logos.com/product/39632/the-parables-jewish-tradition-and-christian-interpretation Very helpful - by Brad Young [/quote] I've got this too: Agreed.
    Posted to General by Genghis on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: Messianic Jews Question

    [quote user="DAL"]6. And finally, they say western theology can’t be trusted.[/quote] Well, the bible does say, "test all things." A lot of weird and unusual stuff that your friend claims to be part of Messianic Judaism. I've been reading about MJ for some time now, and I'd have to say I'd be surprised if most of them hold to these views. Sounds
    Posted to General by Genghis on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: Messianic Jews Question

    And I met a Jewish rabbi who once said to me that "Can a Jew call himself a Jew if he doesn't love the Lord His God with all his heart, mind and strength?" Sounded uncannily like being saved by Faith to me! Then the same rabbi then said, Hitler's goal was futile as he sought to eliminate a race when the Jews were never a race, as they were and are a
    Posted to General by Genghis on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: Messianic Jews Question

    There is no orthodox Messianic Jewish creed or set of beliefs as such. There are people who call themselves who "Messianic Jews" who orthodox Jews would call Gentiles, as not all MJs believe that you have to be genetically Jewish to be Jewish. Not all MJs believe that Gentiles should adhere only to the Noahide laws. Not all MJs believe that the jurisdiction
    Posted to General by Genghis on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Shibboleth utility

    Hi Folks I just went to download Shibboleth from https://www.logos.com/shibboleth but it just redirects to the main logos.com page? Has this handy and yet free utility been withdrawn or can it be found elsewhere? Thanks in advance Genghis
    Posted to General by Genghis on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: Logos for Children

    Hi there Gao From experience, Logos can be intimidating for children younger than 12. My 10-year-old pretty much limits who use of Logos to keyword searching within Bibles. My 10-year-old says that most of the articles and resources are not understandable to hear. Fair enough. My 12-year-old, is the one that uses more of the features in Logos and has
    Posted to General by Genghis on Sun, Sep 9 2018
  • Re: Logos for Children

    Can anyone recommend book by book, chapter by chapter bible studies for 12-14 year olds? Thanks in advance Genghis
    Posted to General by Genghis on Sun, Sep 9 2018
  • Parasha Lectionary for 5779 (2018-2019)

    2605.Parashah Lectionary 5779 (2018-2019).docx Folks Here is a .docx file ready for compiling as a personal book (type lectionary). Useful for those following the Jewish parasha weekly reading calendar. The historical background to this reading system can be found here: http://www.biblesocietyinisrael.com/parashat-hashavua/preface-parashot-hashavua
    Posted to Files by Genghis on Sun, Aug 26 2018
  • Re: How can I speed up my lexicon use?

    I found a page that shows how to do it: https://wiki.logos.com/How_to_enter_text_in_Greek_and_Hebrew Ok, now looking up Hebrew words is not tedious. Downloading the keyboards works well on a tablet as the onscreen keyboards present Hebrew letters and vowels. Its not so easy on a PC or conventional laptop. On an ordinary laptop or PC then using Shibboleth
    Posted to Logos 7 by Genghis on Sat, May 26 2018
  • Re: How can I speed up my lexicon use?

    Thx so much for replying Graham: Please bear with me, but how did you type Hebrew into the search field?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Genghis on Sat, May 26 2018
  • Re: How can I speed up my lexicon use?

    [quote user="Andrew Batishko (Faithlife)"] Try opening up the visual filter menu in the BDB panel and turn on the "Emphasize active references". This will highlight any references that match your active reference in your Bible or other panels. [/quote][quote user="Andrew Batishko (Faithlife)"] Try opening up the visual filter menu in the BDB panel and
    Posted to Logos 7 by Genghis on Fri, May 25 2018
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