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  • Re: New Kindles Available

    [quote user="David Taylor Jr"] I have my eye on the new paperwhite. [/quote] Me too. Santa already knows I want one
    Posted to General by John on Wed, Sep 25 2013
  • Re: Purpose of Gospel Harmonies

    There are none so blind as those who say "I see".
    Posted to General by John on Tue, Sep 24 2013
  • Re: Purpose of Gospel Harmonies

    [quote user="David Paul"] Maybe that will register with others, like you, some day. Then again, maybe not. [/quote] I'm glad that you and you alone have figured out all of the great secrets of the universe. Always nice to know that someone has. But I have yet to see a simple, concise and easy to understand description of your belief system.
    Posted to General by John on Tue, Sep 24 2013
  • Re: Purpose of Gospel Harmonies

    [quote user="james e snow"] Josh, you are missing his point. But it is his point so up to him to respond if he wishes. [/quote] He has a point? please explain it to us.
    Posted to General by John on Tue, Sep 24 2013
  • Re: Purpose of Gospel Harmonies

    [quote user="David Paul"] I find it baffling and bizarre that my suggestion that folks think and view Scripture prophetically is met with reactions that indicate people think I'm trying to feed them some poisoned pill. [/quote] I think it is pretty much common knowledge that scripture is composed of many different Genres, and thus your suggestion that
    Posted to General by John on Mon, Sep 23 2013
  • Re: Purpose of Gospel Harmonies

    [quote user="David Paul"] I pointed out regarding Jn. 16:13 and the Spirit guiding into all truth is a quandary to which everyone should devote some significant meditation and prayer. Something is seriously amiss across the Christian spectrum, and I have this niggling suspicion it isn't the Spirit's fumble. [/quote] It could be that some misunderstand
    Posted to General by John on Sat, Sep 21 2013
  • Re: Purpose of Gospel Harmonies

    [quote user="Super Tramp"] [quote user="John Hill"]I would suggest that using "liberal" as a pejorative term in contrast with "people of faith" only clouds the search for understanding[/quote] I agree. I would also suggest that using "conservative", "fundamentalist", and "unscholarly" as pejorative terms in contrast with people of faith also clouds
    Posted to General by John on Sat, Sep 21 2013
  • Re: Purpose of Gospel Harmonies

    [quote user="David Paul"] Excuse me for pointing this out, but your "explanation" is probably the fourth or fifth different version of "why the genealogies are different but not contradictory" that I have heard. The more common one is that one is Mary's lineage and the other is Joseph's, and there are a few others as well. [/quote] True. I also have
    Posted to General by John on Sat, Sep 21 2013
  • Re: Purpose of Gospel Harmonies

    [quote user="Denise"] Not to be argumentative but in a literal way, every Sunday, pastors 'harmonize' the gospels. As they pull verses from one gospel, and then another, the implication is the sources are compatable and 'sealed' if you will. So a printed harmony versus a spoken harmony? When one reads 'the fathers' they don't seem to be too worried
    Posted to General by John on Thu, Sep 19 2013
  • Re: Free Book (at THIS moment!) at Vyrso.com

    [quote user="JoshInRI"] Anything connected to "The Shack" sounds like a waste of time. this books sounds similar. [/quote] Finally someone tells the truth * smile * Peace! almost all the free books would be a waste of time for anyone to read. that's why they are free *smile* (imitating milford with the peace and smile thing)
    Posted to General by John on Thu, Sep 19 2013
  • Re: Libroniz 3.0

    [quote user="tom"] Thanks for this info. I just purchased a new PC (my old one didn't like to shut down or start up), and I was wondering if anyone has been able to get L3 running on a Windows 8 machine. FYI... I too use L3 and L5. [/quote] Check out this thread
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by John on Thu, Sep 19 2013
  • Re: Is everyone welcome here?

    I see the thread is 10 pages long now. Surely you all have solved the forum issues and the Q theory debate by now?
    Posted to General by John on Sun, Sep 15 2013
  • Re: Is everyone welcome here?

    I just deleted over 65 emails, responses from this thread. I had to unsubscribe from it. After reading all the posts, I cant figure out why. The old phrase "much ado about nothing" comes to mind.
    Posted to General by John on Sat, Sep 14 2013
  • Re: Is everyone welcome here?

    [quote user="Jonathan Pitts"] Is everyone welcome here? [/quote] Jonathan, I am pretty sure that Logos has welcomed all of us. If they were going to get rid of anyone, I'm pretty sure I would be one of the first ones to get the boot There are all types of people on the forum. Some are very intelligent and have valuable insight to share. Some others
    Posted to General by John on Fri, Sep 13 2013
  • Re: Purchase Libronix 3.0d

    [quote user="Denise"] My 63 copies are just in case 62 of them fail. It's best to plan ahead! [/quote] What if 63 fail?
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by John on Wed, Sep 11 2013
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    [quote user="Jerome Smith"] I invite you to actually read and study carefully study Proposition 70, the second Proposition you selected for study. [/quote] Ok Jerome, I will take a look at Prop 70. Once again, I will be looking for solid Biblical proof of the assertion. I did not find it for Prop 58. As far as the parables and the Kingdom, James Stuart
    Posted to General by John on Wed, Sep 11 2013
  • Re: Synoptic problem?

    [quote user="Lee"] I was only agreeing for the sake of argument that heresies sprouted from seminaries. I know of many that started in which the leaders involved had no seminary background or formal training in the scriptures. [/quote] There have always been heretics. But Seminaries gave us higher educated and more intelligent heretics
    Posted to General by John on Tue, Sep 10 2013
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    [quote user="Jason D. Cupp"] With that in mind, the preterist view was most likely invented by a Jesuit named Alcasar in the early 1500's to counter the Reformer's claim that the Roman Catholic Church was the Great Whore of Babylon. [/quote] As a preterist, I can honestly say that this is one of the most frequently heard false statements about the preterist
    Posted to General by John on Tue, Sep 10 2013
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    [quote user="Jerome Smith"] John, you are in for a real treat in Bible study! You have shown great insight in selecting Propositions 58, 70, and 87 for review. [/quote] I already finished looking at Proposition 58. I found that the author had no scripture to back up his claim. Instead, he relies on other commentators opinions. The claim is: Proposition
    Posted to General by John on Tue, Sep 10 2013
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    [quote user="Jerome Smith"] I have read this work by Peters at least three times through. I have read it aloud to my family twice through. [/quote] Jerome, thank you for posting the reference to this resource. I have downloaded a public domain copy of this and intend to take a look at it when I have time later this week. At first glance, I see Propositions
    Posted to General by John on Mon, Sep 9 2013
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