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  • Comparing commentaries

    Can anyone offer some insights into how the following commentary series compare: Anchor Hermeneia / CC ICC Black's Tyndale's And if anyone has had time to look into the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture, please add that as well. Or if you think you have better suggestions, please feel free to motivate why. I'm not very familiar with American commentaries
    Posted to General by fgh on Tue, Sep 28 2010
  • Re: Deleting "old" Layouts, deletes "Named" Layouts

    I made the same discovery yesterday, and had the same reaction!
    Posted to Logos 4 by fgh on Tue, Sep 28 2010
  • Re: Help finding certain collections.

    You can also check out: Catena Aurea Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture Apostolic Fathers Migne's Patrologia (if your Greek and Latin are better than mine...) St Augustine St Bede St Bernhard of Clairvaux I think there's also some Syriac resources if you're up to that (Some of these are already included in the Early Church Bundle.)
    Posted to General by fgh on Mon, Sep 27 2010
  • Re: Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters - Almost there!

    Oh yes, I was most definitely logged in. I just switched computers, so it didn't happen automatically, which is why I know with absolute certainty that I couldn't even do a search until I'd figured out my settings and logged in manually. I'm on Mac / Safari.
    Posted to General by fgh on Sun, Sep 26 2010
  • Re: Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters - Almost there!

    Rosie That's exactly what I did the other day! Only when I do it, the search results are either black, and don't link to anywhere, or they are blue, but only take me to the index. And it's the same now. I even tried the exact same search you did, clicking on the exact same p 423-link, but I still only get to the index.
    Posted to General by fgh on Sun, Sep 26 2010
  • Re: Needed in Logos: Scott Hahn (and a bit on Anchor Yale pre-pub)

    Mark Shea is good too. By What Authority? An Evangelical Discovers Catholic Tradition is really great, and can definitely be recommended for anyone wanting a Catholic perspective on Scripture and Tradition. Not such a good speaker as Scott Hahn, though, in my opinion.
    Posted to Suggestions by fgh on Sat, Sep 25 2010
  • Re: Needed in Logos: Scott Hahn (and a bit on Anchor Yale pre-pub)

    Dan http://www.ewtn.com/vondemand/audio/intro.asp and http://www.catholic.com/radio/calendar_search.php would be the major ones. But you can also find many at http://www.salvationhistory.com/library/category/audio_resources and http://catholicaudio.blogspot.com/search/label/SPEAKER%3A%20Scott%20Hahn And there's video on http://www.gloria.tv/?search
    Posted to Suggestions by fgh on Sat, Sep 25 2010
  • Re: Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters - Almost there!

    MJ Yes, I saw. Major blunder! And now that I check, Maimonides gets one hit, Nachmanides none... And no Scott Hahn And the choice of included Swedes is also rather weird. I guess one should be grateful he at least included Origenes... No, I don't think this guy's definition of 'major' is quite the same as mine... Rosie Do you mean I can actually see
    Posted to General by fgh on Sat, Sep 25 2010
  • Re: Needed in Logos: Scott Hahn (and a bit on Anchor Yale pre-pub)

    Dan I've read Rome Sweet Home, The Lord's Supper, and parts of a couple of others, plus an article or two -- but above all I've heard him on podcasts, probably 30-50 hours of podcasts. He's incredibly talented, especially in the area of explaining how Catholic theology is, in fact, the authentic theology of Jesus, the Apostles, and the Bible. For anyone
    Posted to Suggestions by fgh on Sat, Sep 25 2010
  • Re: Needed in Logos: Scott Hahn (and a bit on Anchor Yale pre-pub)

    I strongly support a Scott Hahn collection -- but not too soon... (there are too many other resources I need more...) And add these to your list: • Signs of Life • Many are called; Rediscovering the Glory of the Priesthood • Covenant and Communion; The Biblical Theology of Pope Benedict XVI There are some other Scott Hahns I want as soon as possible
    Posted to Suggestions by fgh on Fri, Sep 24 2010
  • Re: Dear Logos, to relieve the burden on those with large numbers of pre-publications being released

    I definitely support de Lubac, though you forgot Splendor of the Church. That, Corpus Mysticum and Medieval Exegesis would be my first priorities. Brock and Schmemann would be nice too, but I can't see me affording them any time soon, unless they are very very cheap. As a new user I have too many things far higher on the list... But how about a more
    Posted to Suggestions by fgh on Fri, Sep 24 2010
  • Re: Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters - Almost there!

    Does anyone have any insight into how this compares to other similar works? I want something that's strong on Patristic, Jewish and Catholic interpretation, plus the major mainstream Protestants. And which doesn't completely omit the smaller European countries and the entire Third World. Not too Evangelical, and not too American.
    Posted to General by fgh on Thu, Sep 16 2010
  • Re: Eusebius Church History as a standalone.

    Thank you so very much for that link, Hendrik-Jan! I had no idea that there was a Swedish Logos web shop. I've been wondering the whole evening where to find the Swedish Bibles. Since there seems to be a Swedish interface I thought there HAD to be Swedish Bibles SOMEWHERE.
    Posted to Suggestions by fgh on Sat, Sep 4 2010
  • Re: Eusebius Church History as a standalone.

    I presume you know you can find it for free on the internet, if you're content with just the text itself?
    Posted to Suggestions by fgh on Sat, Sep 4 2010
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