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  • Re: ACCS v The Church's Bible

    The Church Fathers can be viewed as a never ending pit, or a rich well. While the 19th century "Early Church Fathers" set does have many important Patristics texts, it also has weaknesses - as does any collection, Personally I am glad I picked up https://www.logos.com/product/55222/st-jerome-origen-commentary-on-isaiah-origen-homilies-1-9-on-isaiah
    Posted to General by Ken McGuire on Sun, May 3 2020
  • Re: May 2020 FOBTM Live

    [quote user="MWW"]I'm not sure who at Faithlife is in charge of selecting the FBOM but I would like to suggest more conservative leaning resources.[/quote] I suppose "conservative" depends on where you stand, but when I look at the list of FBOM from the last year, it is dominated by things I would call Conservative to Moderate, even if I wouldn't put
    Posted to General by Ken McGuire on Sat, May 2 2020
  • Re: Linking a personal book to scroll with a bible

    You can most certainly do this by tagging your Personal Book to be a destination for the Bible datatype. Basically, you would put tags like [[@Bible:Gen 1:1]] for whatever passage you are discussing. If you want an example of a PB that does this, take a look at https://community.logos.com/forums/t/64765.aspx where there is an actual Bible Commentary
    Posted to Logos 8 by Ken McGuire on Fri, May 1 2020
  • Re: Reading Apocrypha

    [quote user="David Ames"]I have been told to always first read the text, then ponder it, and finally read the commentaries.[/quote] I would say yes - as long as you have a bit of familiarity for the historical context and literary forms involved. From the sections of the first edition of the deSilva, you should have enough basic understanding to do
    Posted to General by Ken McGuire on Fri, Apr 24 2020
  • Re: Changed computers, lost my personal books

    The default place is C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Local\Logos\Data\RandomFigures\ResourceManager\Resources where UserName is your username on that computer and RandomFigures is some odd 8.3 name that Logos came up with when it was installed on your computer. And then, yes, the compiled files have the extension .lbspbb. I am an old command line nerd, so
    Posted to Logos 7 by Ken McGuire on Wed, Apr 15 2020
  • Re: Changed computers, lost my personal books

    [quote user="Kaleb Jewell"]I was hoping there was a setting in Logos to point to that new google drive folder.[/quote] When you say you have your personal books on a Google Drive, do you mean the source documents made in MS Word (with the extension docx) or the compiled form made by Logos (with the extension lbspbb)? If you have access to the compiled
    Posted to Logos 7 by Ken McGuire on Mon, Apr 13 2020
  • Re: Thoughts on April sale's Dictionary of Luther and the Lutheran Traditions?

    In the past century "Luther studies" has had many developments - especially the discovery of Luther's early Romans lectures and Roman Catholics reading Luther with sympathy and telling us about how he actually fits the Medieval background. This dictionary is written by experts who are aware of these discussions. In spot checking, it has good articles
    Posted to General by Ken McGuire on Mon, Apr 13 2020
  • Re: Verbum Now Slim Pickings

    For Lutheran literature, there is a problem with finding things in English that are public domain. Luther: You are actually pretty good now at having the PD English Luther in your catalogue. There are some 16th century translations that would be of historical interest in how they influenced Anglicans, but I am not really an expert on those. What I am
    Posted to Catholic Products by Ken McGuire on Tue, Apr 7 2020
  • Re: The Pilgrimage of Etheria/Egeria

    [quote user="Ken McGuire"]In the original, the footnotes were numbered by page. I have renumbered them for this edition. Where footnotes reference other footnotes, I have added a parenthetical note for the new number. In addition, I have converted the greek into unicode. From Archive.org I see that there is extensive introductory material. I have not
    Posted to Files by Ken McGuire on Sat, Apr 4 2020
  • Re: Verbum Now Slim Pickings

    As a Lutheran, I sort of feel your pain. When I look at Logos Now offerings that are Lutheran, I have a grand total of 3 that are new to me, other than a collection of Ambrose Letters and books on the Heidelberg Catechism that are mis-catigorized.
    Posted to Catholic Products by Ken McGuire on Sat, Apr 4 2020
  • Re: How is your church adapting for COVID-19?

    [quote user="Olli-Pekka Ylisuutari"] Here's what Martin Luther had to say about this during the 1520's when pestilence (the Black death) was wreacking havoc in Wittenberg, Germany: "It is even more shameful for a person to pay no heed to his own body and to fail to protect it against the plague the best he is able, and then to infect and poison others
    Posted to General by Ken McGuire on Thu, Apr 2 2020
  • Re: April Free Book of the Month

    [quote user="Mattillo"] Here is a hot-button topic article for your sampling pleasure: Homosexuality [/quote] Impressively balanced presentation in my opinion. IIRC, I heard good things about this reference work when it came out, and so also noticed it at a great price on the sale page. That said, I was hemming and hawing over getting it. I did purchase
    Posted to General by Ken McGuire on Thu, Apr 2 2020
  • Re: Jacobs - Elements of Religion

    Recently I looked over at Community Pricing and saw that Henry Jacobs has a later "systematic" theology work up for bid at https://www.logos.com/product/43138/a-summary-of-the-christian-faith . It looks like the work up for bid is significantly longer, and written about a decade later than this work. Since the last update I posted years ago, I have
    Posted to Files by Ken McGuire on Thu, Mar 26 2020
  • Re: ( multi user ) Add My wife as a User but I don't want to mix my highlights, notes, etc.

    The reason I am a Logos user is because Logos has had sufficient Digital Rights Management that they have been able to license many "top shelf" books into digital form. It started when I was getting tired of going to the local Community College library to look up articles in their copy of the Anchor Bible Dictionary, but there are many other such works
    Posted to Logos 8 by Ken McGuire on Wed, Mar 25 2020
  • Re: Suggestion: Make a temp license available for homeschooling during covid19

    I thought that https://www.logos.com/product/190477/readers-classics-collection was a very good move in this direction.
    Posted to Suggestions by Ken McGuire on Sun, Mar 22 2020
  • Re: Kyle: Resource error - missing milestones

    While we are at it, the two volumes from SPCK by James Stevenson, namely A New Eusebius and Creeds, Councils and Controversies are also missing any destination milestones.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Ken McGuire on Thu, Mar 19 2020
  • Re: Confused by Church Fathers and Translations.

    Unfortunately for us, Father Harmless has graduated to the Church Triumphant, but the annotated Bibliography he left on the web has been quite useful for me over the years. It is currently hosted at http://moses.creighton.edu/JRS/toc/bibliographies.html
    Posted to General by Ken McGuire on Wed, Mar 18 2020
  • Re: Bonhoeffer book

    [quote user="DIsciple II"]As an alternative to the 'readers' edition take a look at: https://www.logos.com/product/39939/dietrich-bonhoeffer-works-vol-4-discipleship [/quote] Well, I had already linked that. [quote user="Ken McGuire"] Discipleship as published by Fortress and republished in Logos edition has quite valuable footnotes[/quote]
    Posted to General by Ken McGuire on Sat, Mar 14 2020
  • Re: Bonhoeffer book

    For better or worse, publishers often pick the title they want when they see a work. In 1937, Dietrich Bonhoeffer published a work in German called Nachfolge . After Bonhoeffer did indeed die as a result of living out what he understood as his calling as a Christian, this work was translated into English and published as The Cost of Discipleship with
    Posted to General by Ken McGuire on Sat, Mar 14 2020
  • Re: Prayer books (Liturgy of the Hours) for non-Catholics especially Calvinists

    As someone who as used For All the Saints off an on for over twenty five years, this would be great. That said, unless somehow ALPB has some form of digital rights to all the fourth readings and various prayers of saints included that Logos would be able to use, getting rights for it would be almost certainly be enough of a nightmare that it would be
    Posted to Suggestions by Ken McGuire on Fri, Feb 7 2020
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