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  • Gottingen Septuagint now more useful in Logos 5.1

    I read Morris Procter's great blog tip on creating a series from your own book that is now possible in Logos 5.1 So first, I made my own morphological complete Bible from Lexham Hebrew Bible and UBS4 (I intend to use NA27 in a separate series of an all-Greek Bible and probably NA28 in a third series). Then I thought why not create three series from
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Tue, Sep 24 2013
  • Re: Books & Collections We'd Like To See In Logos In 2013

    I would also love to see The Sacred Bridge. It is the best Bible Atlas in my opinion. I had the privilege of going on a dig with Anson Rainey one time. The remaining IVP Dictionaries of the Old Testament are high on my list, but I am sure they will be done eventually. Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament would be great too. I wonder why New Interpreter
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Sat, Dec 29 2012
  • Re: Oy, Logos, how could you do this to me?

    George, the Dictionary of Classical Hebrew has moved to "almost there" status. This is a good sign.
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Sat, Dec 29 2012
  • Re: Question on searching for images

    DMB, Thanks for providing me with that link but I am still stuck. It seems that for every image in Biblical World in Pictures, it is locking on to the Table of Contents link by that image and because the Table of Contents includes a reference to Galilee, it counts as a hit.
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Mon, Dec 24 2012
  • Re: Question on searching for images

    Thanks, DMB. This helps considerably. However, it does not produce any hits for my Biblical World in Pictures resource which has over 1,300 images and is my single most important resource for this type of work. Any suggestions?
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Mon, Dec 24 2012
  • Question on searching for images

    I have bought a number of archeological resources and other works with photos, paintings, maps etc. I want to be able to search in various collections I have made for paintings of Rachel or photos of Galilee etc. How do I do this? I have tried #image Galilee and that gives me all the images in my resources whether they are of Galilee or not.
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Mon, Dec 24 2012
  • Re: Oy, Logos, how could you do this to me?

    I just added this to my pre-pub list so it is one step nearer publication. This is an expensive product but is really a superb deal. My colleague, John Hartley, has them in hardback and loves them (and I expect paid over 4 times the cost that Logos is offering the set for).
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Sat, Dec 22 2012
  • Bug? John Drane's Introducing the Old Testament missing from special discount bundle

    I recently purchased one of the special discount bundles that are on offer at the moment on the OT. I received 8 of the 9 books listed but John Drane's Introducing the Old Testament was not there. This was a great value deal for me whether Drane's book is there or not, so I am not complaining and want to thank Logos for the package, but I was wondering
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Wed, Dec 19 2012
  • Re: Searching the QSM Database

    Vincent, I very much appreciate the ability to do searches for words in the QSM now, rather than just from the right-click option. This is because sometimes I am interested in whether a word occurs in that corpus or not. Or I may not know where any specific example of a Hebrew word occurs in the QSM but I still want to search for that word. So this
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Sun, Dec 16 2012
  • Re: Biblical Languages Package

    This really is a tremendous deal
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Thu, Dec 13 2012
  • Re: Root searching in the Lexham Hebrew Bible: Possible Bug

    Thank you, Vincent, for spending the time to give me such a detailed reply. I may not entirely agree with your decisions but at least I now understand the rationale behind them and can work around the results to get the information I need. I had forgotten that HALOT didn't have the vowels on verbal lemmas (I gave my print copy to a minister in Africa
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tim Finlay on Mon, Dec 3 2012
  • Re: Bible Word Study and Lexicon connections to ROOT coming?

    Here is a reason that you might consider opening a lexicon to a root from the context menu IN CERTAIN CASES. If I click on mishpat in a Hebrew Bible (or on justice in a RI), I cannot link to the Theological Lexicon of the Old Testament article on sh-p-t which contains information on mishpat and is the only TLOT article to do so. It would be great to
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tim Finlay on Mon, Dec 3 2012
  • Root searching in the Lexham Hebrew Bible: Possible Bug

    I decided to apply Michael Hite's excellent video on root searching (where he used the New Testament) to the Lexham Hebrew Bible. I did a root search on sh-m-r in Genesis, using the analysis option, sorted by root and then lemma. I got the following results: The root of the tetragrammaton (!?) comes up with two hits for which the lemma is shammah (
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tim Finlay on Sat, Dec 1 2012
  • Re: Using ROOT search and analysis to identify keywords video

    Great video, Michael. I look forward to the next one.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tim Finlay on Sat, Dec 1 2012
  • Re: Bibliography of articles

    This is excellent news. Thanks for the heads up, Mark, Tim.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tim Finlay on Tue, Nov 27 2012
  • Bibliography of articles

    First, I really like Logos 5, especially the Clause Search, so thank you to Bob and the team at Logos. Second, I also like the Bibliography feature. However, I have experimented with it and it seems to be deficient with regards to bibliogaphic information on articles. In SBL Handbook of Style, for a bibliographic entry on an article in an encyclopedia
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tim Finlay on Sun, Nov 25 2012
  • Re: Logos 5 won't open at all on my home computer

    Logos has now fixed the problem. They told me to redownload from my order for Logos 5. That should now work for you as well, Tim.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tim Finlay on Wed, Nov 21 2012
  • Logos 5 won't open at all on my home computer

    I have successfully got Logos 5 working on my office computer and have downloaded it on my home computer (Windows 7). But when I click the sign in button, it starts going through the sign-in process and then Windows gives me a pop-up box saying that Logos Bible Software has stopped working. I have tried shutting the computer down and restarting but
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tim Finlay on Tue, Nov 20 2012
  • Re: Stuttgart Electronic Study Bible - what differences are there between the two versions?

    I knew I would embarass myself somewhere in my quibble--in this case it was in not spelling "professor" correctly.
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Wed, Nov 23 2011
  • Re: Stuttgart Electronic Study Bible - what differences are there between the two versions?

    Actually, the correct plural of "apparatus" is not "apparati." "Apparatus" is fourth declension, not the more common second declension. For the plural, one should use either the English form of the plural, "apparatuses," or the latin form "apparatus" (in which case the u is long, thus distinguishing it from the singular form which has a short u). I
    Posted to General by Tim Finlay on Wed, Nov 23 2011
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