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  • The International Theological Commentary: The Pastoral Epistles

    Does anyone have any experience of this book? I know the Revelation volumes are well regarded. My main interest is preaching resources rather than academic. Logos is unusually cheaper for this volume than print or ebook from the publisher or Amazon. So I have pre-ordered as the author is well regarded too, but any further insights would be gratefully
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Mon, Aug 19 2019
  • Wishlists

    Has anyone else had their Logos and Faithlife eBooks wishlists wiped clean today? I've had difficulty with the Logos website loading today, so I'm hoping it's just a temporary glitch.
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Sun, Aug 18 2019
  • Re: Logos Closed on Saturday?

    [quote user="DAL"] Thanks Phil! The chat box said you guys were closed, so I thought something changed. DAL [/quote] I've had the same on a Saturday. Webchat said they were closed, so I emailed and got an immediate response.
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Sat, Aug 17 2019
  • Re: Why is the price the same?

    At my second favourite Bible software company, the short version is just under half the price of the long version.
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Fri, Aug 16 2019
  • Re: @FL: Sales & Country Restrictions

    I'm guessing it's only available within the US. I don't recall that being the case with Logos before - only Faithlife eBooks. Sure others will have examples though, but I've always been able to purchase any book Unwanted in the Logos store. Hope it's not going to be a developing trend - like we used to be able to buy any HarperCollins resource in the
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Wed, Aug 14 2019
  • Re: Back to School Sale

    The lack of clarity on sale end dates is always frustrating. Remember the best commentaries sale ends tomorrow.
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Wed, Aug 14 2019
  • Re: Paideia sale

    A number are recommended by Denver Seminary in their basic level category, but I don't believe any of them are highlighted as top picks at that level. That said their interest is for students whereas mine would be as a preacher. https://denverseminary.edu/resources/news-and-articles/new-testament-exegesis-bibliography-2019/
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Mon, Aug 12 2019
  • Paideia sale

    Flash sale 50% off for individual volumes https://www.logos.com/paideia-sale Sale lasts until 19th August. None are in my wishlist. Any "must buy" volumes in anyone's experience?
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Mon, Aug 12 2019
  • Re: Verbum FBOM is Wonderful!

    By[quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="MJ. Smith"]First, any publisher associated with a religious order AND with a school of thought formed by reception history and a teaching magisterium, would be highly unlikely to be the source of a commentary "impose (s) his own meaning on the text". Were I to make such a judgment about such a commentary, I
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Sat, Aug 3 2019
  • Re: Verbum FBOM is Wonderful!

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="Paul Caneparo"]The reviews I've read suggest the 1 Samuel volume comes from a liberal standpoint;[/quote] It's not classical liberalism – more postmodern deconstructionism . [/quote] Thanks Mark. This was the review that made me feel the 1 Samuel volume definitely wasn't worth it for me: David Jobling's
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Fri, Aug 2 2019
  • Malachi: God’s Unchanging Love

    This book has appeared at the top of new pre-pubs today - although I thought it had previously appeared too. Just be careful though as it appears to be almost word for word the same as the Malachi section in this book. https://www.logos.com/product/2372/the-preachers-commentary-series-volume-23-micah-nahum-habakkuk-zephaniah-haggai-zechariah-malachi
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Fri, Aug 2 2019
  • Re: Verbum FBOM is Wonderful!

    The reviews I've read suggest the 1 Samuel volume comes from a liberal standpoint; the Genesis volume is light where you'd want more comment; but I haven't really seen too many reviews on the Psalms volume, although they seem generally warm. I guess the question is whether I'd rather spend $8.99 on something I know I'll value. I've never seen this series
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Fri, Aug 2 2019
  • Re: Lexham Sale

    I know their are problems with the wishlists now, but I find increasingly I'm making decisions based on books which I've put in my wishlists. Any time I see a book of interest, but which I'm either not ready to buy or not at full price, I put it in my wishlist and monitor the wishlist regularly to see if any are on sale.
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Fri, Aug 2 2019
  • Re: Lexham Sale

    [quote user="Ronald Quick"] I was looking at the hard copy of the Septuagint. It says that I will be charged today, but it doesn't ship until November. I'm fine with that, but can I get a refund if I change my mind before it ships? https://lexham-press.faithlifesites.com/product/36588/the-lexham-english-septuagint [/quote] I suspect the answer is within
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Thu, Aug 1 2019
  • Lexham Sale

    I haven't seen this sale promoted, but spotted as one of the books was in my wishlist: https://lexhampress.com/back-to-school
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Thu, Aug 1 2019
  • Re: August FBOTM - Biblical (+Systematic) Theology

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="Paul Caneparo"]Has anyone got any views on the Verbum +1s.[/quote] I've never found Berit Olam useful in ministry (nor indeed academia for that matter). This extract from the description of the 1 Samuel volume may help you to understand why: While drawing on the resources of biblical “narratology,”
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Thu, Aug 1 2019
  • Re: BOX OF BUTTERFLIES

    Time to call time out! I think the bigger shame is that Faithlife can't sell all the books they do have to customers outside the USA. Although I appreciate this is a licensing issue too.
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Paul Caneparo on Thu, Aug 1 2019
  • Re: August FBOTM - Biblical (+Systematic) Theology

    [quote user="Joseph Sollenberger"] Paul, I have the current Berit Olam series and find it useful because of the approach taken. You will find that the Google Books website will give a good sample of pages that will present the approach of the book of interest. Another place I will always check is the Best Commentaries website, often first because of
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Thu, Aug 1 2019
  • Re: August FBOTM - Biblical (+Systematic) Theology

    [quote user="Sean"] [quote user="Paul Caneparo"] Has anyone got any views on the Verbum +1s. I'm a sucker for commentaries on offer at exceptional prices. I picked up the freebie but not sure about the others. I appreciate different viewpoints but equally I am very definitely on the Protestant side of the Christian faith. Has anyone benefited greatly
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Thu, Aug 1 2019
  • Re: August FBOTM - Biblical (+Systematic) Theology

    Has anyone got any views on the Verbum +1s. I'm a sucker for commentaries on offer at exceptional prices. I picked up the freebie but not sure about the others. I appreciate different viewpoints but equally I am very definitely on the Protestant side of the Christian faith. Has anyone benefited greatly from any of the +1s? I'm thinking particularly
    Posted to General by Paul Caneparo on Thu, Aug 1 2019
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