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  • Re: Net bible second edition—bible and notes

    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Tue, Dec 10 2019
  • Re: BrillDAG (Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek) article structure and symbols

    [quote user="Brian W. Davidson"] Thank you for pointing out these these things — especially the difference between the print presentation and the presentation in Logos’ first release. [/quote] Indeed, thank you, Jim, for providing such clear details and illustrations on the Logos Edition of GE / BrillDAG. The improvements are well worth
    Posted to General by Adam Olean on Thu, Oct 17 2019
  • Re: BrillDAG (Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek) article structure and symbols

    [quote user="Kyle G. Anderson"] [quote user="Jim Darlack"] I do hope that further revisions of this lexicon will include these typographical indicators that make the lexicon more user-friendly. Perhaps it could also be enhanced in a way similar to how BDAG has been presented in outline form rather than in straight paragraph form. [/quote] We're already
    Posted to General by Adam Olean on Thu, Oct 17 2019
  • Re: The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek

    Below are some first impressions along with a brief review of The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek . Mike Aubrey's blog post "Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek, First Impressions" on Koine-Greek.com Colin Leach's book review "The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek" on Classics for All
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Thu, Oct 10 2019
  • Re: Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek didn’t ship

    I'm really grateful to have this resource in Logos. The numbering and lettering distinguishing senses within an entry, however, are much less readable than the print edition (i.e., using just bold font rather than boxes). This is especially cumbersome in summary sections that precede long, complex entries (e.g. λαμβάνω
    Posted to General by Adam Olean on Mon, Sep 30 2019
  • Re: Moody Handbook on Messianic Prophecy

    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Thu, Aug 15 2019
  • Re: Banner of Truth: What Do We Have to Do To Get Them To Let Logos Publish?

    Posted to Reformed Products by Adam Olean on Thu, Aug 15 2019
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Dead Sea Scrolls Manuscript Explorer

    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Fri, Aug 9 2019
  • Re: The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek

    This suggestion really deserves more attention and !
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Fri, Aug 9 2019
  • Re: Back To The Books

    [quote user="Michael Kinch"] With September just around the corner some of us are thinking about going back to school and others are thinking of getting back to our studies after a summer break. I am in the latter group. So my task is to decide upon a study plan. If you were going to start with the basics and grow from there what books or courses would
    Posted to General by Adam Olean on Fri, Aug 9 2019
  • Re: Dead Sea Scrolls Hebrew Language product in Logos?

    [quote user="Denise"] Abegg is also morphed, along with glosses (popup). Personally, I like Abegg better (search support), as well as presentation. But DSS-SE has better descriptive info, etc Logos offers Abegg's english separately, but is handy for comparison of tricky flows. [/quote] Good recommendations. Qumran Sectarian Manuscripts by Martin G.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Adam Olean on Tue, Jul 30 2019
  • Re: New Library Expansions have arrived

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] Yep, I already noticed after disrespecting my own advice, that I got 1,200 new resources for $200, which is unlikely to be correct... I already informed FL by email about an hour ago. Maybe I should have sent it as a high priority message. [/quote] Indeed, it must be a mistake. I'd be happy to return it in that case! I also
    Posted to Logos 8 by Adam Olean on Mon, Jun 17 2019
  • Re: 2,000 Years of Christ's Power Set

    [quote user="Dennis Hilario"] I suggest to include Nick Needham's 4 volumes 2,000 Years of Christ's Power in Logos format. It is an excellent resource for church history. Thank you. [/quote] It has definitely been mentioned and recommended on the Logos Forums before. Here are a couple threads (which include some of the usual suspects): https://community
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Sat, May 25 2019
  • Re: Robert Alter, Finally Complete!

    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: Hebrew New Testament Delitzsch

    [quote user="Cees van Steenselen"] Dear all, As you all could understand, I found the Hebrew NT of Delitzsch online as a Bible module. For this module I found a software to convert it to a Logos Import file. Hereafter, I only changed a few things (e.g. Letter type and size). So, I have to admit that most work is done by someone else. Source Regarding
    Posted to Files by Adam Olean on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: Hebrew New Testament Delitzsch

    [quote user="Cees van Steenselen"] Based on the comment of 'inversed' Matthew, I have updated the file, and now it seems to work. You can download it here: 0842.NTDelitzsch_C.docx [/quote] Thanks again, Cees van Steenselen! Both for the info and the updated file. I can confirm that all of the headings are fixed now.
    Posted to Files by Adam Olean on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: Hebrew New Testament Delitzsch

    I noticed just a couple very minor issues. First, the headings for the book titles appear backwards (e.g., "wehttaM" instead of "Matthew"). This occurs only in the actual body of the text, not in the Table of Contents sidebar. Before building the personal book, I set the "Language" to Hebrew. Second, the default font text size seems large on my desktop
    Posted to Files by Adam Olean on Mon, May 13 2019
  • Re: Hebrew New Testament Delitzsch

    [quote user="Adam Olean"]Would you be willing to share the source(s) that you used? It'd be helpful to know what edition this is.[/quote] For example, here is a PDF of the tenth edition ("10th and electrotype edition") of Delitzsch's Hebrew New Testament (1889) on Google Play Books.
    Posted to Files by Adam Olean on Mon, May 13 2019
  • Re: Hebrew New Testament Delitzsch

    [quote user="Cees van Steenselen"] Dear all, Hereby the New Testament in Hebrew from Delitzsch. To have this Document as your Hebrew Bible, you can import this file under Personal Books > Add Book > Fill in all required information > Choose this file as 'Body file' > Build Book. 0820.NTDelitzsch_B.docx [/quote] Wow, thank you for sharing
    Posted to Files by Adam Olean on Mon, May 13 2019
  • Re: The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek

    Here's the publisher's description of The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek : [quote] This is the first full-scale reference grammar of Classical Greek in English in a century. The first work of its kind to reflect significant advances in linguistics made in recent decades, it provides students, teachers and academics with a comprehensive yet user
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Wed, May 8 2019
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