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  • Re: Need Help With Transferring Paper Notes to Logos

    You might look into Evernote. You can scan your handwritten notes in and they are searchable. You can also easily tag your notes. This is probably the easiest from a time required perspective and will give you tagging, searching, and the ability to see your notes on any device. The down side is you don’t have integration with Logos and so you
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Sun, Dec 15 2019
  • Question about making notes in IOS app

    I have been trying to use the notes feature more. I am finding creating notes the way I want them is cumbersome. The notes would be much easier to create if there were some default settings I could change. Anytime I create a new note, I have to do the following: 1) change the note marker from a yellow square to a blue dot 2) remove the ESV specific
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Bryce Hufford on Wed, Nov 13 2019
  • Re: I love, love LOVE Faithlife/Logos - I really, really do - but...

    I agree. My personal workaround is that I created a notebook called “Bookmarks”. When I want to create a bookmark, I simply add a note in the “Bookmarks” notebook with the page I was on. Click on the note and it takes me right to the resource and page I left off.
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Wed, Oct 30 2019
  • Re: Personal Bible Journal

    I have revisited this thread a few times over the years. With the new notes tool, you could create a “Daily Journal” notebook. Then within that notebook you can create a journal note template that has all the sections you want to cover. You could create a new note for each day, week, month, or year depending on how you want to organize it
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Sat, Oct 26 2019
  • Re: Please Explain the Negative

    I think there is a bit of over analysis to your question. A negative sentence from a grammar perspective is “I am not eating broccoli.” It is negative because I used the word “not”. It isn’t a bad thing though, because I don’t like broccoli. Conversely ”I am sick.” is a positive sentence from a grammar
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Thu, Sep 5 2019
  • Re: Value of BDAG/HALOT for non-Greek/Hebrew trained User

    I am in a very similar situation. I am a lay person who doesn’t intend to learn Greek or Hebrew. I have had BDAG/HALOT on my wish list for over a year waiting to get them on sale. I pulled the trigger on them a few days ago. My initial impression is that I think BDAG will be a good resource for me, but I don’t think I will get as much use
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Sat, Jun 29 2019
  • Re: NEW30 Sale is Fantastic!

    Thanks - finally able to pick up BDAG on sale.
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Wed, Jun 26 2019
  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    Here are some of my thoughts: 1) As a lay person, I am not in a direct position to have much influence whether my local church subscribes to your proposed "church business" software offerings. I don't see myself as a target customer (although if my church adopted this, as a Logos user, I'm sure I would be happy to jump on board with the integrated services
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Fri, Jun 21 2019
  • Re: Gear acquisition syndrome?

    There are a lot of names and degrees of gear acquisition syndrome. Unchecked and to the extreme these can become idols of the heart or addictions. A few practical things that you might try: 1) avoid frequent checks of the forums if you find yourself here looking for sales and rationale to buy more stuff 2) set a budget and stick to it 3) use a spouse
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Mon, Mar 11 2019
  • Re: UBS Handbooks

    [quote user="David Taylor Jr"] I don't use them but I am curious, why are you wishing to go with an academic bundle if you don't read the original languages? [/quote] Fair question. I’m sure there are many resources in the bundle that I wouldn’t use. That being said, I see benefit in usuing original languages for deeper insight into the
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Fri, Mar 8 2019
  • UBS Handbooks

    I am considering the L8 Academic Professional library. One of the resources in it is the UBS Handbooks. Do any of you use the USB Handbooks frequently? Any reviews or samples would be appreciated. For reference, I am a layperson and can not read Greek or Hebrew.
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Fri, Mar 8 2019
  • Re: Any hot rumors on MM?

    Agreed - my bracket is completely busted in the first round. I’m out. The high prices bundles with the typical confusion/errors around dynamic pricing, I bet a lot of people will be sitting this one out. It is ok though, I’m still thankful for the great commentary deal last year.
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Sat, Mar 2 2019
  • Re: Any hot rumors on MM?

    Hopefully dynamic pricing will apply. If it does, I could imagine some nice deals.
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Wed, Feb 27 2019
  • Re: Which package (v8) excites you most?

    I was really pleased with what I got. I got Standard Silver and Anglican Silver (coming from L7 Silver). Just in commentaries that were new to me I got: Cornerstone Biblical Commentaries, Bible Speaks Today OT & NT, Holman NT Commentary, NT for Everyone, Biblical Illustrator NT, and IVP NT Commentary Set. In total got 282 new resources at less than
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Wed, Oct 31 2018
  • Re: Irving L. Jensen Collection - A Review

    [quote user="Karen J Collins"] Hi, Bryce: Thank you for that request -- I'm happy to show you the corresponding sections in each of those resources so you can compare them. I chose the first chapter of TITUS (in the DIY book, it's just Unit 11, the first 9 verses, but the entire chapter in the Layman's book). [quote user="Bryce Hufford"] Could someone
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Sat, Sep 8 2018
  • Re: Irving L. Jensen Collection - A Review

    Could someone who has the collection pick a small New Testament passage and post content from: 1) Laymen’s Bible Study Notebook, 2) survey of NT, and 3) the book specific content. I’m still not clear on the differences between these resources and how much overlap there is from one to another.
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Sat, Sep 8 2018
  • Re: Question for those who use Notes in Logos

    I am also a big Evernote user, so I'm really interested in any workflows people have developed to make their Logos notes work with Evernote. I do know that Logos has been planning to change the way notes work within the program. While I would love for all of my Logos notes to be available in Evernote, i have not figured out a good way to do this. In
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Tue, Aug 21 2018
  • MacArthur NT Commentaries - 35% off and DYNAMIC PRICING

    https://www.logos.com/product/121460/the-macarthur-new-testament-commentary-series I’ve been waiting to complete my set for quite awhile.
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Sun, Jul 1 2018
  • Re: Highest Rated Commentary Sale - EBC #8 is Available Single from Set!

    This is a fantastic sale, especially for people that decided not to go for complete sets during March Madness. I wish there was an option to pick up some of the MacArthur NT commentaries on discount though.
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Tue, May 1 2018
  • Re: Free trials of packages

    I just got an email this morning saying that I could “Test Drive” Platinum for 14 days. if You didn’t get the same message, you could call Faithlife on Monday and ask about It.
    Posted to General by Bryce Hufford on Sun, Apr 22 2018
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