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  • Re: Why is it taking the Adam Clarke Commentary so long to become available?

    [quote user="DAL"] Well said Mark! I'm only interested in the commentaries anyway. So Logos should probably split this collection in 2 (one: commentaries, two: the other stuff). DAL [/quote]
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Fri, Jul 5 2013
  • Re: My Pentecostal Essentials List

    The Spirit Helps us Pray Christian Doctrine: A Pentecostal Perspective V. 1 Christian Doctrine: A Pentecostal Perspective V. 2 Christian Doctrine: A Pentecostal Perspective V. 3 Pentecostal Experience: The Writings of Donald Gee
    Posted to Pentecostal & Charismatic Products by Gary Osborne on Mon, Jul 1 2013
  • Re: Meet and Greet (plus sale)

    Name: Gary Osborne Where you call home: Florida Age: 46 How long: 4 Months Most Used: That's a tough call because I'm using everything right now #1 Use: Teaching Prep Favorite non-Logos Pastime: Watching Vintage TV shows
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Wed, Jun 15 2011
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    Thanks, Ed. I'm going to keep my word and not engage in any more specific back and forth with anyone that sees things differently. But that should not be construed as me agreeing with them on the point. I still see a lack of Arminian/Wesleyan/Pentecostal material that has been offered in "Ages" past and is missing in action now. Hopefully many more
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Fri, Aug 3 2012
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    Doc, Yep, I've got all of those (bought them in a bundle late last year). But I'm always glad to see Logos offer individual titles. Thanks.
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Fri, Aug 3 2012
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    Speaking of Arminian material, I do wish Logos would hurry up and get the Adam Clarke Commentary out. It's an absolute standard in my library and I'd really like to work with it in Logos.
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Fri, Aug 3 2012
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    Boy, this thread got off track in a hurry. I simply inquired about what I saw as a recent slant and imbalance toward more Calvinistic resources as compared to non-Calvinistic ones. I'm well aware of how intense the theological debate is, especially over the last decade or so with the rise of what I'd call a very aggressive push by Calvinists (hence
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Tue, Jul 17 2012
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    Wow, I see it the exact opposite, Dave. The list demonstrates the high and uneven ratio of Calvinistic or at least semi-Calvinistic material as compared to Arminian/Wesleyan/Pentecostal material. First off, the "Reformed" section alone is 3x's larger than the three sections combined that I mentioned. But the key is that when one considers that at least
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Tue, Jul 17 2012
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    I'll say it one more time (and then I'll stop since this is apparently a touchy issue for people). There has, in my opinion, been a very heavy output of Calvinism material as opposed to Arminian/Wesleyan/Pentecostal material since I joined up with Logos about a year and a half ago. Even when I joined I saw what I'd call a big gap in non-Calvinistic
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Tue, Jul 17 2012
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    [quote user="Doc B"] So where exactly is that Calvinistic bias in Logos? I'm just not seeing it from this list. [/quote] He-he. Let's just say I'm not ready to agree with your assessment of what is and isn't Calvinistic. First off, if we want to be fair let's just eliminate the "Evangelicals" group entirely because if you want to say most aren't strictly
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Tue, Jul 17 2012
  • Re: Android Suite 2.0.7 Update Released

    [quote user="Sir Maru"] From the Main Screen go to Apps \ Store \ Menu \ Settings. There you will see your version #. Mine is 2.50.08. [/quote] I thought that version was the Kindle version. Is that the same as the Logos version? In the settings you mentioned above I've got version 2.50.68. But when I go to my actual Logos program settings I'm still
    Posted to Android Apps by Gary Osborne on Mon, Aug 13 2012
  • Re: Kindle Fire and Greek audio

    Anyone else have this issue?
    Posted to Android Apps by Gary Osborne on Thu, Aug 9 2012
  • Re: John Wesley Collection Made It Into Production! Thanks!

    When will this collection finally see a release? It's been postponed a couple of times recently and I know it's close, but do we have a firm release date now? Just anxious (which I shouldn't be, I know). LOL
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Wed, May 16 2012
  • Re: New "Upgrade" -- Am I missing something?

    Glad I found this info, because I was going crazy after getting my update to 2.06 on my Kindle Fire. I had no idea what had happened to all my menu options. Whew! Thanks!!
    Posted to Android Apps by Gary Osborne on Wed, Aug 15 2012
  • Re: Book Suggestion

    Definitely agree. It's a fantastic reply and since MacArthur's book is available I'd like to see this one as a counter-point resource. It's very scholarly and would benefit the entire Logos family.
    Posted to Pentecostal & Charismatic Products by Gary Osborne on Wed, Jan 22 2014
  • Re: A HUGE plea and concern for Logos

    No worries about me being on the "defensive" with the comments about Pentecostal scholarship. I understood the point and actually do agree in terms of sheer volume. No doubt about it. There's far less to pick from. I also see your point about Calvin/Spurgeon and the Fire Bible. And in the context you've set you are absolutely correct. All I was doing
    Posted to Pentecostal & Charismatic Products by Gary Osborne on Tue, Mar 18 2014
  • Re: A HUGE plea and concern for Logos

    I hear ya. I really do. I've tried to do a little recruiting, but I'm nothing close to a salesman at heart. But I do try to make my voice heard (I often feel like a lone voice here) on the matter. I'm not convinced that Reformed theology isn't the majority here though. Just looking at what's offered, it's hard for me to agree with you. If I were a die
    Posted to Pentecostal & Charismatic Products by Gary Osborne on Tue, Mar 18 2014
  • Re: A HUGE plea and concern for Logos

    [quote user="Gabe Martini"] Logos certainly has a large number of Reformed or Calvinist works, and that is definitely a large part of our current audience. However, we are fully committed to expanding that audience to embrace other Christian perspectives. A little of it is 'chicken or the egg,' but we are working to both build products for those audiences
    Posted to Pentecostal & Charismatic Products by Gary Osborne on Tue, Mar 18 2014
  • Re: Pentecostal Base Package ETA?

    And the wait goes on as other packages roll out. Ugh...
    Posted to Pentecostal & Charismatic Products by Gary Osborne on Mon, Jul 7 2014
  • Re: Deeply disturbed by reading Ezekiel Chapter 20 - I need help

    Steve, let me plug a resource that is in Community Pricing but it set to close this Friday. https://www.logos.com/product/16526/the-works-of-adam-clarke This is, imho, the finest "older" commentary (anything pre-20th century) around and it might explain things in a different way than the Faith-Life notes. Just a thought.
    Posted to General by Gary Osborne on Thu, Oct 2 2014
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