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  • Re: Nelson Electronic Bible Reference Library - Deluxe

    [quote user="John Scheftic"] Is there a way to use my old Nelson's Electronic Bible Reference Library on Windows 7? [/quote] Yes but you do not install from the CD/s Follow the instructions in this thread. Then copy your resources off the CD's into your Resource folder. Updated resources might be available on the Logos FTP site .
    Posted to General by John on Fri, Aug 23 2013
  • Re: Nelson Electronic Bible Reference Library - Deluxe

    [quote user="Ronald Quick"] Does anyone know what individual titles were included Nelson's Electronic Bible Reference - the deluxe edition. I have looked all over the web and cannot find it. This was my first experience with Logos back in 1998 and I just wanted to see what my library was back then. Thanks, Ron [/quote] Professional version had this
    Posted to General by John on Fri, Aug 23 2013
  • Re: Top Armenian based commentary on the book of Romans

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] I can understand why this guy "wins" debates, but is it worth reading books by him? [/quote] Most of Whites material is excellent. I have to admit I was very disappointed with The Potters Freedom. It was a side of him I had not seen previously. On this issue of publishers, It is interesting that he had to seek a different publisher
    Posted to General by John on Fri, Aug 23 2013
  • Re: Top Armenian based commentary on the book of Romans

    [quote user="JRS"] BTW, in response to the OP's question I was going to suggest Geisler's Chosen But Free but in checking the Scripture index I see that he only covers up to Ro 9:29 . [/quote] I found Geislers "Chosen but Free" to be a very worthwhile read. The book never claimed to be an exhaustive commentary on Romans 9, such as Pipers did. I recommend
    Posted to General by John on Wed, Aug 21 2013
  • Re: Top Armenian based commentary on the book of Romans

    [quote user="Evan Boardman"] Richard Muller wrote a number of books proving that Calvin and Calvinist have one and the same theology. One is coming out in Logo's the 26th of this month, in a Baker collection www.logos.com/product/28496/baker-academic-reformation-history-collection [/quote] Calvinism is not a monolithe. There are various interpretations
    Posted to General by John on Wed, Aug 21 2013
  • Re: Top Armenian based commentary on the book of Romans

    Thanks Robert, I hadn't even noticed [quote user="Evan Boardman"] John maybe you should start a thread asking what the top Calvinist based commentary is. [/quote] I like John Calvin's commentary. I have his monstrosity in print on my bookshelf. And I find him to be much less extreme than the theological construct that bears his name today. For example
    Posted to General by John on Tue, Aug 20 2013
  • Re: Top Armenian based commentary on the book of Romans

    [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"] Well I just checked all my "reformed" commentaries on Romans, and they all address Rom. 9.30-33 , maybe someone has misled you? [/quote] So every Calvinist commentary you have ever looked at deals honestly with the conclusion? I know better than that my friend. I have never seen any Calvinist commentary that agreed with
    Posted to General by John on Tue, Aug 20 2013
  • Re: License Sync

    [quote user="David Taylor Jr"] My licenses don't sync to Libronix, I bought Scholars Library for L4 and can't seem to sync the licenses to Libronix. When I sync licenses and go into account summary it only has licesnes for the ESV Bundle from Crossway. Ideas? [/quote] You have sync licenses with the sever, and you also have to download all of the resources
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by John on Mon, Aug 19 2013
  • Re: Top Armenian based commentary on the book of Romans

    [quote user="Doc B"] [Maybe there's a reason the top commentaries are Calvinistic...]. [/quote] Correct, there is a reason. Because the so-called Arminians were quickly killed, imprisoned or exiled before they had a chance to become established. You will not find much in the way of "Arminian" commentaries on Romans 9. The correct interpretation is found
    Posted to General by John on Mon, Aug 19 2013
  • Re: "There’s Never Been a Worse Time to Buy a Laptop" (Gizmodo)

    [quote user="Alain Maashe"] Windows 8 is a clear improvement over windows 7 and earlier Oses. [/quote] Windows 8 is Windows 7 with the user interface crippled in a failed attempt by Microsoft to leverage their monopoly position in the PC market, with the goal of extending this monopoly into the area of tablets and portable devices. The market hath spoken
    Posted to General by John on Sun, Aug 18 2013
  • Re: "There’s Never Been a Worse Time to Buy a Laptop" (Gizmodo)

    [quote user="George Somsel"] At the moment you can still get some computers that will ship with Windows 7 rather than Windows 8. That is a rather compelling reason to buy now. Windows 8 is a pile of dog dung. [/quote] This is one of those rare occasions were me and George agree As far as this being a bad time, it just goes to show you that the old saying
    Posted to General by John on Sun, Aug 18 2013
  • Re: Going to buy a new notebook and considering discrete graphics

    [quote user="BKMitchell"] ... it appears that Logos5 isn't using the CPU all that much. In, this case I would say it is either the GPU is the work horse or Logos5 has greatly improved over Logos4. But, I don't know. Oh, I am not using a SSD, yet. I am still using a HDD at 7,200rpm. [/quote] It probably isn't that Logos doesn't use the processor, but
    Posted to General by John on Sun, Aug 18 2013
  • Re: Going to buy a new notebook and considering discrete graphics

    [quote user="BKMitchell"] On my current notebook I have both: Intel® Core™ i7-2760QM AMD Radeon™ HD 7690M XT [/quote] Very good first hand experience. So lets put some numbers on this. AMD Radeon™ HD 7690M XT gives acceptable performance Intel® Core™ i7-2760QM is a Sandy Bridge chip with HD 3000 graphics and is noticeably sluggish. AMD Radeon™ HD 7690M
    Posted to General by John on Sat, Aug 17 2013
  • Re: Going to buy a new notebook and considering discrete graphics

    [quote user="Scott S"] ... the Video section was added to the Logos requirements page months after the Intel HD Graphics 4000 was commonly available, so Logos was aware of the capability of the 4000 when formulating their hardware recommendations. [/quote] Your post made me think that maybe Logos should have a recommended hardware page to make the choice
    Posted to General by John on Sat, Aug 17 2013
  • Re: Will this HP Envy Split X2 configuration run Logos 5 well?

    [quote user="BillS"] An i3 has about as much horsepower as that core 2 duo. [/quote] An i3 is a dog with fleas. Avoid it at any cost. Reason: almost every motherboard and chip set that can support any given i3 processor can also support the i5 or i7 processors. For any given i3 system, there should be a roughly equivalent system with a much better processor
    Posted to General by John on Sat, Aug 17 2013
  • Re: Going to buy a new notebook and considering discrete graphics

    [quote user="Scott S"] Even though trusted forum members report acceptable performance with the recent Intel integrated graphics, Logos has not dropped the discrete video card from their hardware recommendations. So presumable there is still significant speed advantage to having discrete video. https://www.logos.com/support/logos5/hardware [/quote]
    Posted to General by John on Sat, Aug 17 2013
  • Re: Going to buy a new notebook and considering discrete graphics

    [quote user="Anton Peters"] As I understood up to now, at least Intel Haswell CPUs would make a dedicate graphics card obsolete, right? [/quote] Well sort of, but not really. As long as there is a performance gain by using dedicated graphics there will still be more options. But from a cost vs performance standpoint, you could say that low end dedicated
    Posted to General by John on Sat, Aug 17 2013
  • Re: Going to buy a new notebook and considering discrete graphics

    [quote user="Kevin A. Purcell"] On the Windows side defitinely insist on a Haswell for best graphics performance. [/quote] If money is no object, insist on Haswell with HD 5200. Good luck finding them as none are available yet. Once they are, and once you get over your sticker shock, then go for the best deal for the money. Be willing to consider what
    Posted to General by John on Thu, Aug 15 2013
  • Re: Pros and Cons of Multiple Digital Formats

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] ... now I have fuller and more accurate results in seconds so that I can spend my valuable time reflecting on the results rather than to try to determine what the results are. [/quote] As there are different types of Resources, there are different types of users. You are obviously doing a lot more searching and less of the
    Posted to General by John on Thu, Aug 15 2013
  • Re: Pros and Cons of Multiple Digital Formats

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] My question is this. Who purposefully uses multiple digital formats alongside Logos? What do you see and the pros and cons to this approach? [/quote] I use multiple formats. I have a Libronix (yes L3) Library with a lot of books in it. I have BW9 with the ESV Study Bible. I also use Google Reader, and recently got a Nook
    Posted to General by John on Wed, Aug 14 2013
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