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  • Re: TDOT issue

    Rick, this is a list of TLOT words that I compiled over two years ago as having problems with the linking. I have not rechecked all of them, but suspect that the issue is still unresolved. I have made a comparison of BDB and TLOT to look where BDB has more than one lemma for an entry in TLOT. Then, I started right-clicking in Bibles on words that could
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Sun, Dec 6 2015
  • Re: TDOT issue

    Rick, I completely understand that TDOT, like TLOT, is not exhaustive. However, there are problems linking the reverse interlinears with both of these resources to many lemmas where there are articles in these resources. Right-click on any occurence the verb צדק in either the NRSV or BHS say, and you will not find an entry to the appropriate article
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Sun, Dec 6 2015
  • Re: Copying Hebrew Words without accent marks

    Paul, the Andersen-Forbes Analyzed Text (AFAT) does not have the accent marks. Copy from that text.
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Mon, Nov 30 2015
  • Re: BH Verbs Categorized by Root Type?

    I have created a morphological Visual Filter using Logos Hebrew Morphology for all these types of weak verbs. Most of them are straightforward. For example, lemma:נ*@V is for Initial-Nun verbs. For Final He verbs, I use lemma:*ה@V ANDNOT lemma:היה. This eliminates the verb hayah, which I find handy to do. Similarly, for Middle-Yod verbs, I use lemma
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Sun, Nov 29 2015
  • No "Heading Text" search in Aquinas's Summa Theologica

    I tried searching for "Simplicity" in the Large Text field in Aquinas's Summa Theologica and it shows no results. It is the same if you search for "God." This is because the only things tagged as Large Text are "First Article," "Second Article," etc. and there is no Heading Text field in the Summa Theologica. This severely limits the ability to do specialized
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Wed, Nov 4 2015
  • Re: TIP of the day: subject vs. nominative vs. agent

    M.J. This was a very helpful post. I did not realize that you could bring in aspects normally associated with Clause searches into Morphological Searches. You can simplify the search by writing @NN WITHIN 0 WORDS rather than writing out the lemma--I tried it and it works fine.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Tim Finlay on Mon, Oct 26 2015
  • Re: Xenophon's Works

    It looks as if they now have enough bids and we have a week left to make the price cheaper.
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Fri, Oct 23 2015
  • Re: Carta!

    I have the hard-back copy of the first edition, but would gladly buy the second edition if it came out in Logos.
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Sun, Oct 18 2015
  • Re: FEATURE SUGGESTION: Turn vowelization on/off in visual filters

    I agree with David.
    Posted to Suggestions by Tim Finlay on Sun, Oct 18 2015
  • Re: TIP of the day: Adding notes or tags to resource footnotes

    M.J., I have bought several scholarly monographs on biblical books and highlighted them, so it is easier to review material before giving a presentation. It would be helpful to highlight in footnotes which sometimes take up half the page. How does one simulate this?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Tim Finlay on Sun, Oct 18 2015
  • Re: No Interlinear New Testament in Biblical Languages Package?

    Thanks, Mark, that's helpful to know. All our students have to buy this package. When we teach Greek or Hebrew, we do not use interlinears. However, we also have a one-semester Greek tools option for students who are scared by Biblical Languages, and we do use an interlinear for that.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Tim Finlay on Mon, Oct 5 2015
  • Re: Jeremiah Chronologically

    The difficulty is that scholars differ greatly on how they assign certain passages to different periods. Reconstructing the chronology of the book of Jeremiah should take into account the following: the significantly different orders (and occasionally dating formulae) of the Massoretic Text and the Septuagint, both of which have some support from the
    Posted to Logos 6 by Tim Finlay on Mon, Oct 5 2015
  • No Interlinear New Testament in Biblical Languages Package?

    Why is there no Lexham Greek-English Interlinear New Testament in the Biblical Languages package? The Lexham Greek-English Interlinear Septuagint is there and I think there would be far more demand for the New Testament. Could the Interlinear New Testament be added to the BL package?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Tim Finlay on Mon, Oct 5 2015
  • Re: Ed Feser's Aquinas (A Beginner's Guide) and Scholastic Metaphysics: A Contemporary Introduction

    I love both these books, and am requiring his book Aquinas in one of my classes. His earlier book, The Last Superstition , is one Logos should consider also as it might have a wider audience of all those interested in combating the "new atheists."
    Posted to Suggestions by Tim Finlay on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: Paradigms lookup

    Francis, this would be a nice feature but it would require more morphological tagging than is presently done. Nouns would have to be tagged with their declension, and even their declension sub-type for third declension nouns. Hebrew verbs would need to be tagged with coding such as "pe-nun," "geminate" "lamed-aleph" etc. In fact, many Hebrew verbs would
    Posted to Suggestions by Tim Finlay on Sat, Feb 28 2015
  • Re: Personal tagging of text?

    David, you can also do a syntax search in any source or combination of sources as designated in the Andersen-Forbes analysis. Choose a New Syntax Search and choose "Segment" and you have lots of flexibility in search power. In the "Parts of Speech" section, you can do searches specifically for Infinitive Absolute or Infinitive Construct which you can
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Thu, Feb 26 2015
  • Re: Logos HAS to do better with its bibliographic material...

    What about SBL Handbook of Style, which is the industry standard for those doing scholarship in Biblical Studies? For the reasons stated by other people above, in scholarship it is often highly relevant when a particular work was originally written.
    Posted to Suggestions by Tim Finlay on Thu, Feb 26 2015
  • Adding a Magazines Section to Passage Guide

    The new "Journals" section of the Passage Guide is very handy. However, I have several resources--such as Biblical Archeological Review, Archaeological Odyssey, Bible Review and Biblical Archeologist--that are categorized as magazines. I certainly want to be able to open any of these resources that pertain to the passage. Why not have a separate section
    Posted to Suggestions by Tim Finlay on Wed, Feb 11 2015
  • Bug? Andersen-Forbes Glossary not appearing in Syntax Search in Mac

    I was showing my students how to do a Hebrew Syntax Search last evening. I tried to show them how when they placed their cursor over a term in the right-hand margin such as "Accompanier" [this was for a Clause IC; but it is the same principle for the other nodes], a pop-up appears from "A Systematic Glossary to the Andersen-Forbes Analysis of the Hebrew
    Posted to Logos 6 by Tim Finlay on Fri, Jan 16 2015
  • Re: All the "Fear Nots" in the Bible

    Bruce, because you are interested in this topic you might want to perform a syntax search on Anderson-Forbes Phrase Marker Analysis. The search involves a clause divided into a CIC (clause intermediate constituent) and a segment. The CIC needs to have the "negative" box checked (under operators). The segment needs to have the Hebrew lemma yara' "to
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Mon, Dec 29 2014
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