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  • Re: Anchor Yale Commentary

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="David Paul"] Generally, though, it is on the liberal side, meaning that it accepts and promotes DocHype (J, E, P, D) and theories of influence from ANE documents and culture. [/quote] Quite true, and well within common usage these days. But 'conservative' is relative to churchmen historical claims ... the text makes
    Posted to General by EastTN on Yesterday
  • Re: Just a Few More Days for L8

    Wait and see is always good advice.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Fri, Jul 20 2018
  • Re: Just a Few More Days for L8

    [quote user="Everett Headley"] ... I almost certainly won't buy a new package ... [/quote] I probably will. They usually rejigger the contents of the base packages and offer a sale, so for me it's been an opportunity to expand my library at an attractive discount.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Fri, Jul 20 2018
  • Re: Make it easier to buy with a “Not Interested” list

    [quote user="PetahChristian"] [quote user="EastTN"]Another obvious category would be language.[/quote] That would probably be difficult, as FL's language category isn't limited to the language that a book is written in, but also refers to the language that a book is about. For example, a Hebrew grammar such as Beginning Biblical Hebrew , is categorized
    Posted to Logos.com by EastTN on Fri, Jul 20 2018
  • Re: Clicking on Ancient Literature Quotation/Allusion

    Rick, thanks for the explanation!
    Posted to Suggestions by EastTN on Fri, Jul 20 2018
  • Re: Make it easier to buy with a “Not Interested” list

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"] [quote user="Rosie Perera"]eliminate entire categories of results -- e.g., no fiction, no MobileEd courses[/quote] [/quote] Another obvious category would be language.
    Posted to Logos.com by EastTN on Fri, Jul 20 2018
  • Re: Clicking on Ancient Literature Quotation/Allusion

    That would be really nice. The other thing I wish it would do is give you the option of going to either the original language or a translation (assuming you have both).
    Posted to Suggestions by EastTN on Fri, Jul 20 2018
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Show alternative spellings on Factbook

    That's a great idea!
    Posted to Suggestions by EastTN on Thu, Jul 19 2018
  • Re: Using Logos in Seminary

    I found it indispensable for writing papers. I did my undergraduate work a long time ago, when you had to do all of your research with paper books in a physical library. Logos not only gave me immediate access to a substantial library, but the various search tools effectively gave me a research assistant. It truly multiplied my effectiveness as a researcher
    Posted to Logos 7 by EastTN on Tue, Jul 17 2018
  • Re: New individual volumes available

    Yaaaay!
    Posted to General by EastTN on Mon, Jul 16 2018
  • Re: Saw this in my Homepage "The Logos treasure hunt" $15 coupon

    Thanks for flagging it. And for those who're still searching, I had to scroll way, waaaay down my home page.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Thu, Jul 12 2018
  • Re: Enjoying BI181: Introducing Bible Translations (Include in Logos 8?)

    I completely agree. In fact, I think it would be especially useful to include it in the new Fundamentals package. It's the kind of thing that would be particularly helpful for someone without any familiarity with the original Greek and Hebrew texts, and thus is entirely dependent on English language translations. It's also the kind of thing that would
    Posted to General by EastTN on Wed, Jul 11 2018
  • Re: Tablets

    I've had good luck running the mobile app on an Android tablet. It doesn't have all of the functionality of the desktop version, but it's a great solution for the subway, coffee shops and waiting rooms.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Wed, Jul 11 2018
  • Re: Announcing a Logos 7 base package under $100!

    This is a very good move, and one that's been long needed. I would not be a Logos user today if I'd not bought a low-cost introductory package years ago when they were still sold in boxes at Christian bookstores. This makes it much easier to recommend that a layperson try Logos as a study tool.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Mon, Jul 9 2018
  • Re: "Remove all Highlights/ Annotations"

    This would be useful for those of us who have class textbooks in Logos and have a heavy hand with the highlighter when studying. Some of my old textbooks look like they've been painted yellow.
    Posted to Suggestions by EastTN on Fri, Jul 6 2018
  • Re: OT: Plagiarism vs Aggregation. How to Split Grey Hairs

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="Liam"] Dang plagiarists! Better include Peter in there... [/quote] ...should the Christians destroy their scholars for what appears to be attribution sloppiness? [/quote] In my judgment? No. Having said that, Christians should strive for excellence. As a community, we should foster a culture of gratefully giving credit
    Posted to General by EastTN on Fri, Jun 29 2018
  • Re: OT: Plagiarism vs Aggregation. How to Split Grey Hairs

    [quote user="Liam"] Dang plagiarists! Better include Peter in there... or was it Jude...? And those dang gospel writers!.... and Job.... and the writers of Chronicles..... or was it kings.... and ....er or.... mmmmmmjjmmmmmm....... Thought I'd stir the pot a little.... [/quote] Literary conventions were different in the ancient world. This is broader
    Posted to General by EastTN on Fri, Jun 29 2018
  • Re: OT: Plagiarism vs Aggregation. How to Split Grey Hairs

    Euphemisms can be useful social tools when someone has to be called out, but it's important to do it in a way that causes as little drama as possible. But whatever words we may choose to use, it sounds like this young writer repackaged others' work in a way that is ethically indefensible. You can't simply re-write someone else's work - without attribution
    Posted to General by EastTN on Thu, Jun 28 2018
  • Re: 7.16 (7.16.0.0012) is Now Available

    I'm just glad they're on a disciplined, orderly release cycle.
    Posted to Logos 7 by EastTN on Wed, Jun 27 2018
  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    If you want a view of the broader issues that is critical but still takes Scripture seriously, I'd recommend Genesis 1 as Ancient Cosmology by John Walton. Or if you want something that doesn't take as long to read, he has The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate .
    Posted to General by EastTN on Wed, Jun 27 2018
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