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  • Re: Hebrew Audio Bible - Another Appeal

    [quote user="Lee"] Most people would be satisfied with one of the major schemes ... [/quote] I certainly would.
    Posted to Suggestions by EastTN on Tue, Feb 5 2019
  • Re: Robert Mounce RIP

    May God comfort his family and friends.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Mon, Feb 4 2019
  • Re: Hebrew Audio Bible - Another Appeal

    [quote user="Denise"] And 'something' will be there for a decade at least for Logos [/quote] Granted [quote user="Denise"] ... better get it right-ish. [/quote] Given how far away we are from the time the Hebrew Bible was written (not to mention the fact that the way the language was spoken would likely have shifted over time, and there would also likely
    Posted to Suggestions by EastTN on Sun, Feb 3 2019
  • Re: Hebrew Audio Bible - Another Appeal

    [quote user="Rob Lambert"] Guys, I don't care at all..... ANYTHING is better than nothing for me. [/quote] Something almost always trumps nothing.
    Posted to Suggestions by EastTN on Sun, Feb 3 2019
  • Re: 5 Free Workflows

    It looks like it worked for me - thank you very much!
    Posted to Logos 8 by EastTN on Thu, Jan 31 2019
  • Re: Free workflows are not free

    [quote user="Mark Smith"] David, this has been observed by others. Your first pick is free, then all others are $9.99. We haven't heard why this is so (either why one is free or why all are not free), but you can take one you'd like. [/quote] I suspect the result will be a lot of users (including me) who end up with the first one in the list, because
    Posted to Logos 8 by EastTN on Thu, Jan 31 2019
  • Re: Which 'tradition' to choose

    [quote user="Ted Sherwood"] Would somebody please explain to me what the 'Standard' tradition is. [/quote] Originally, there weren't separate packages based on tradition or denomination. When they started adding denominational packages, they renamed their old packages "Standard." The "Standard" packages represent that default that isn't intentionally
    Posted to General by EastTN on Wed, Jan 30 2019
  • Re: 5 Free Workflows

    [quote user="John Kight"] I was able to get 1 for free. All showed $0.00. If I put 1 in my cart, then it remained $0.00. Any additional adds were $9.99. It wasnt tied to a single Workflow, as I moved them around and they all behaved similar. Once it was purchased for $0.00 all the remaining Workflows went from $0.00 to $9.99. [/quote] I just had the
    Posted to Logos 8 by EastTN on Wed, Jan 30 2019
  • Re: L8 bonus: Get another Mobile Ed course for just $50

    [quote user="Joe McCune"] Please accept my apologies, I was mistaken in saying that this coupon code never expires. What I should have said is that it is good through to the end of 2019. [/quote] That's still pretty good!
    Posted to Logos 8 by EastTN on Thu, Jan 24 2019
  • Re: History of the antichrist

    One resource that I've found helpful is Revelation: Four Views by Steve Gregg. (I have it in dead tree form.) It's not specifically focused on the antichrist per se, but it gives a useful summary of the different approaches to understanding end-times. It works through the book of Revelation in a commentary format, presenting each of the major views
    Posted to Logos 8 by EastTN on Thu, Jan 24 2019
  • Re: When do we get Codex Vaticanus into Logos

    [quote user="EastTN"] MJ, this is dated, but might the Brooke McLean edition be a plausible source? Of course, it's just the OT, so it only gets us half way there. [/quote] I withdraw this suggestion - it's not machine readable.
    Posted to Suggestions by EastTN on Wed, Jan 23 2019
  • Re: When do we get Codex Vaticanus into Logos

    MJ, this is dated, but might the Brooke McLean edition be a plausible source?
    Posted to Suggestions by EastTN on Tue, Jan 22 2019
  • Re: Language Question

    I don't know about the Mobile Ed courses, but I found the videos for Basics of Biblical Hebrew had a good bit of helpful whiteboard work. It's been longer since I took it, but my recollection is that Basics of Biblical Greek had a fair amount of useful visuals as well.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by EastTN on Sun, Jan 20 2019
  • Re: Suggested Feature: Anti-Prioritization

    I think this is a great idea. There are some resources that you find simply aren't helpful. Pushing them to the bottom of the list would be a useful option.
    Posted to Suggestions by EastTN on Sun, Jan 20 2019
  • Re: Compare Waltke's book "An Old testament Theology" to his OT300 ME course

    Waltke's Old Testament Theology was a textbook for a couple of my seminary classes. I found it quite helpful.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sat, Jan 12 2019
  • Re: OT: A Good History on Smith & the Book of Mormon

    [quote user="Ben"] ... writing a non-theistic history of Mormonism while claiming to be a believer is a bit like writing an atheist history of Christianity... [/quote] Unfortunately, I wouldn't be surprised if we didn't see that soon (if it hasn't already happened) - Case Against Atheist Pastor Dismissed .
    Posted to General by EastTN on Fri, Jan 11 2019
  • Re: Delete books in the library actually, not hide

    This seems like something a user should reasonably expect to be able to do with a personal book. It shouldn't require a different file format. All that the system needs to know is that it's a personal book rather than an official resource. Then the "license" could be removed and/or the id freed.
    Posted to Logos 8 by EastTN on Fri, Jan 11 2019
  • Re: OT: George Will's Prognosticating.

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Mathew Haferkamp"] The only thing logos does is help us learn more about the bible.[/quote] I have very little interest in learning "about the bible" - something that Logos does do. My interest is in getting to know the Bible and letting the Bible shape me. There is a very major gulf between "knowing about the Bible
    Posted to General by EastTN on Mon, Jan 7 2019
  • Re: OT: George Will's Prognosticating.

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="EastTN"] [quote user="Denise"] Well, if all you can see in church software is slicing/dicing, money management, and power points, then you're right. [/quote] That's my point - that's not all I see in the software. I see every book I studied in seminary on a tablet smaller than a trade paperback. I see an electronic
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sat, Jan 5 2019
  • Re: Community pricing reached on Classic Studies on Baptism.

    [quote user="Ronald Quick"] It might get to $56, but that would be quite a drop in a week. I would expect $72 and maybe $64. [/quote] $56 is where I'm at.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sat, Jan 5 2019
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