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  • Re: Journal of Modern Ministry

    I too am waiting anxiously. I too am writing papers, and I hope to lift a few "scholarly" quotes. I can barely wait. I've probably just about worn out a few of the keys typing "update now."
    Posted to General by Mark on Wed, Apr 13 2011
  • Re: Suggestion: The *complete* Works of Jonathan Edwards

    I will buy it. I want it. I want that collection more than I want most others. Special thanks to Rosie for the temptation to covet something new.
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark on Thu, Mar 31 2011
  • Re: Does this NOT look scrumptious? CP closes Friday, February 25th, High Noon PST

    I entered the bidding at $10. We are talking about books, and not stocks, right?
    Posted to General by Mark on Thu, Feb 24 2011
  • Re: Books by James R. White

    Many times! I'd love to have White's material on Logos. He is a superb thinker and communicator. I have only heard him debate once. It was on the radio with Gail Riplenger. She had attacked his book, "The KJV-only Controversy." He was a very patient debater.
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark on Thu, Jan 13 2011
  • Re: Books by David F. Wells

    That'd be great!
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark on Wed, Jan 5 2011
  • Re: Journal of Biblical Counseling

    I added my post to the facebook page. I think I will write them as well. I have the Journal of Modern Ministry on order. I've used both journals, but the JoBC is superior. I hope this can happen soon.
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark on Sun, Dec 12 2010
  • Re: Journal of Biblical Counseling

    I posted a similar suggestion after the 2010 CCEF conference. It would be a good idea for people to write CCEF, and encourage them to contact Logos. I hope Logos is working on a deal already. Please, Santa, put this on the pre-pub list for Christmas! Here it is. I spoke with Tim Lane at the CCEF annual conference regarding the JoBC. He said that others
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark on Fri, Dec 10 2010
  • Re: Herbert Lockyer's "ALL" books

    That's a great set. I have all of them in hardback. Most of them are from Zondervan. Seven are from Hendrickson, and one is from Kregel. I'd love to buy all of them.
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark on Wed, Dec 8 2010
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    This is a very interesting thread. I admit I didn't read the whole thing. The problem with open source is that it doesn't fit very well into a free market model. The crown financed the English Bible. Now companies finance the printing of Bibles with protections through copyrights. In the same way, Logos needs protection to publish software and e-books
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark on Fri, Dec 3 2010
  • CCEF - Journal of Biblical Counseling

    I spoke with Tim Lane at the CCEF annual conference regarding the JoBC. He said that others have also mentioned their desire to see it on Logos. He thought that it had been awhile since they had explored that possiblity. Hopefully he will pursue it. Perhaps we might soon see a deal worked out with CCEF between Logos or Galaxie? I'd sure love to have
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark on Thu, Nov 18 2010
  • Re: Start Up Failure: Logos Bible Software 4 has encountered a problem and must close

    Logos 4 just downloaded it's new update. Now it's crashing as the others have already stated. Sometimes I feel like I bought a beta. Good thing I have version 3.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark on Sat, Feb 20 2010
  • Multi-reader capabilty for the Reading Plan

    I'd love to be able to have the ability for multiple readers to create a reading plan on the same computer. This would allow my family members to each have their own plans. As it is, they would each have their books listed with my books. That could be "dangerous." I have no desire to purchase duplicate books so we can have multiple accounts. That would
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark on Wed, Jan 13 2010
  • Re: Journal of Biblical Counseling

    I agree! This is an excellent Journal. It needs to be available in Logos. I can't believe Galaxie didn't put that one in their collection. Hopefully this will soon be rectified by either company.
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark on Wed, Jan 13 2010
  • Re: Reading Plan for Multiple users

    Thanks for the ideas. You're right, Joe. I don't want the kids to have access to my plans. A few wrong clicks, and I have a mess. I do, however, want my family to be able to read the books I have in my library with a systematic reading plan. I bought them, and I want each to read whatever they can handle. In Logos3 we could accomplish this with multiple
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark on Wed, Jan 13 2010
  • Reading Plan for Multiple users

    Is there a way to create a reading plan for family members? If they use Logos4 on our second computer, or if I create a seperate user identity on the same machine, will this not just add more books to my own list? How would I create a unique reading plan for each family member? Thanks for the help,
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark on Wed, Jan 13 2010
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