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  • Re: Logos 4 Minimum Specifications

    Ooops: I omitted Win XP.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Genghis on Wed, Nov 4 2009
  • Re: Logos 4 Minimum Specifications

    Ken: Yes, according to this http://tinyurl.com/ys6wao .net 3.5 requires Win XP and up. Whilst my current rig works fine for everything else it looks like it might be a couple of years before I upgrade to L4 As far as HD space goes, I'm already a Scholars Library user so the 12GB is what's free with that already installed; unless you are saying that
    Posted to Logos 4 by Genghis on Wed, Nov 4 2009
  • Logos 4 Minimum Specifications

    Hi Fellow Users I did a search of the site using the phrase "Minimum Specifications" but couldn't find any hits that might give me a clue as to the minimum specifications for a pc to run L4. I am a Scholar's Library 3 user. I have a Windows 2000 machine with a 1GHZ AMD single core machine with 1GB of RAM and 12GB of spare HD space. Is this sufficient
    Posted to Logos 4 by Genghis on Wed, Nov 4 2009
  • Re: How much have you spend on Logos?

    [quote user="Jacob Hantla"] But business men need to be about the exact same thing; the necessity of spending time in the Word may not be as immediately evident for a business man, but the need is no less great.[/quote] I couldn't agree more. Whether you are a professional pastor or a businessman or professional sportsperson, all are part of the Royal
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Genghis on Thu, Oct 22 2009
  • Re: How much have you spend on Logos?

    [quote user="Pastor Jerry Bush"]Really - how many resources do you need to preach the Word?[/quote] Hi Jerry Well the more I have studied the bible the more I've realized how much I have to read widely to get a better understanding of the material that is there. It isn't a trivial exercise to understand the social, historic, and cultural context of
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Genghis on Thu, Oct 22 2009
  • Re: Babylonian Talmud pretty please?

    In addition to the Artscroll material, the Soncino Press is also a reputable source of Jewish commentaries on the OT: http://www.soncino.com/ Cheers Tony
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Genghis on Thu, Oct 22 2009
  • Re: Artscroll material

    Yes, in fact the more material that we can find amongst commentators the better as I have found their material to be quite informative and presents quite a different perspective from that of conventional Christian writers. Its fascinating to see the many Hebraisms and oral traditions that shape both the teachings of Jesus and Paul. Bringing them to
    Posted to Suggestions by Genghis on Thu, Oct 22 2009
  • Re: New to Logos: Best Commentary choice(s) on a budget

    I bought the Scholar's Library which gave quite a selection of commentaries. After using it for a while, there was a lot of similarity between them around the interpretation of biblical passages. The JPS set of commentaries give a different perspective altogether because they come from a Judaic point of view. Often thought provoking and if judiciously
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Genghis on Tue, Sep 22 2009
  • Re: ESV Study Bible

    Thanks BW, I'd just ordered ESV study bible without realising it was available as notes only. Your warning prompted me to change my order as I already have it through the Scholar's bundle. Saved 25%. Every bit counts in this recession. Tony.
    Posted to Suggestions by Genghis on Tue, Jul 7 2009
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