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  • Re: March Madness

    [quote user="SineNomine"] [quote user="Stephen Terlizzi"] For someone who is done with school for the moment and active in teaching in their parish, would you recommend spending money (~$600) to complete the Anchor Yale commentary (i.e. the OT volumes) or supplementing my Catholic commentary resources with a top-notch Protestant series by getting the
    Posted to Catholic Products by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Mar 21 2018
  • Re: March Madness

    Hi all, I could use some advice from everyone on a potential March Madness purchase. As for the Verbum resources, I already own Navarre Bible, Sacra Pagina, and Berit Olam. I do not own any of the New Collegeville Bible Commentary. I also have the complete Word Bible Commentary, the New Testament books of the Anchor Yale Bible commentary, and a smattering
    Posted to Catholic Products by Stephen Terlizzi on Tue, Mar 20 2018
  • Re: Is the Sacra Pagina Commentary Series Helpful for Protestant Christians

    I highly recommend this commentary. One of my "go to" commentaries.
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Mon, Mar 12 2018
  • Re: Logos March Madness Details

    I agree. This is the first MM that excites me. . . due to the commentaries. The Mobile Ed is not interesting to me. Thanks FL! Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Thu, Mar 1 2018
  • Re: No Verbum FBOTM

    I have the complete series - very valuable! Enjoy! Thanks Verbum! Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Thu, Jul 6 2017
  • Re: Word Biblical Commentary on sale

    I decided to pull the trigger and buy the WBC series. I used the ones I already had on St. Paul's books for my thesis. Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Fri, May 19 2017
  • Re: Theology Degree

    If you are looking for a Catholic alternative, then I can recommend Holy Apostles College and Seminary - http://www.holyapostles.edu . It is fully accredited and the program can be completed entirely online. Very affordable, too. I got my MA in Biblical Studies and Dogmatic Theology from there. Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Mon, May 8 2017
  • Re: Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma

    This resource should be in Verbum. It is excellent. Please get this back in Verbum as soon as possible! Agape, Steve
    Posted to Catholic Products by Stephen Terlizzi on Fri, Apr 14 2017
  • Re: March Madness

    I was having so many problems with voting that I just gave up. Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Thu, Mar 2 2017
  • Re: Startup Opens to Blank Screen

    [quote user="PetahChristian"] [quote user="Stephen Terlizzi"] Any idea when we will get a fix for this problem. It is a very tiresome bug and I would have thought would have been an easy fix. [/quote] This is fixed in 7.4, due out on February 6th. Fixes might be easy but rolling them out without enough testing leads to issues like this in the first
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Terlizzi on Thu, Jan 26 2017
  • Re: Startup Opens to Blank Screen

    Any idea when we will get a fix for this problem. It is a very tiresome bug and I would have thought would have been an easy fix. Agape, Steve
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Terlizzi on Tue, Jan 24 2017
  • Re: New Jerusalem Bible with Complete study notes

    [quote user="SineNomine"] It would likely be helpful for people who particularly want this Bible to take the time to make good arguments of real length as to why fellow customers should order it. [/quote] I believe that Dan made an eloquent argument for its inclusion in the Logos/Verbum earlier in this thread. Agape, Steve
    Posted to Catholic Products by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Jan 18 2017
  • Re: New Jerusalem Bible with Complete study notes

    I cannot understand why Faithlife doesn't simply include this very important academic bible resource in its program? If Logos/Verbum is supposed to be the premier biblical study tool, it needs to have this resource available for purchase. It makes total sense from a Marketing positioning perspective. We shouldn't have to beg to see this resource included
    Posted to Catholic Products by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Jan 18 2017
  • Re: Startup Opens to Blank Screen

    Verbum 7.3 SR-2 7.3.0.0047 and the home page is still not opening properly. It now tries to open the home page, but fails miserably. See below.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Terlizzi on Thu, Jan 5 2017
  • Re: Startup Opens to Blank Screen

    I am experiencing the same issue on startup with the same configuration. I need to press the home icon twice before I get a home page. Thanks, Steve
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Dec 28 2016
  • Re: New Jerusalem Bible with Complete study notes

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] BUMP... We need a lot of movement to get this fine work into Logos. Four reasons to get the NJB complete. 1) The NJB is quite simply a literary masterpiece. It communicates the Bible in a way that is hard to explain I remember one protestant minster telling me back in the early 90's that it was the most accurate translation
    Posted to Catholic Products by Stephen Terlizzi on Sun, Dec 11 2016
  • Re: My Big Concern about Logos future for ownership model

    I always thought the Verbum Starter package ( https://verbum.com/starter ) at $145 provides everything that one needs to initially learn about the Catholic faith. It includes various Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, the Summa, the Catechism, devotionals, Early Fathers, St. JPII papal documents, etc. Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Thu, Dec 8 2016
  • Re: My Big Concern about Logos future for ownership model

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="Dan Francis"]I am concerned over the direction of FL and it's claim that an ownership model is not sustainable. [/quote] Can we all be clear about this please? Bob has never said that an ownership model is not sustainable. He's said an ownership model is not sustainable on its own . That's an entirely different
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Dec 7 2016
  • Re: Aquinas experts! Citation help

    I think it is in reference to the following "secundum opinionem populi loquitur scriptura" in the Summa Theologica at STh., I-II q.98 a.3. Here is the english portion: Accordingly when Scripture states that He spoke to him face to face , this is to be understood as expressing the opinion of the people, who thought that Moses was speaking with God mouth
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Sat, Nov 5 2016
  • Re: The Holy Spirit is never an 'it'

    [quote user="Sean McIntyre"] The Holy Spirit is a person who empowers us and not an 'it' that empowers us https://biblia.com/media/465158-4053457-- right at the end of the video [/quote] Maybe the speaker is unitarian (e.g. Christadelphian), binitarian (e.g. Living Church of God), or modalist (e.g. Oneness Pentecostal)? Agape, Steve
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Terlizzi on Thu, Oct 20 2016
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