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  • Re: Preferred Tablets

    A key question may be what kind of reading you're doing. I bought a Sony book reader years ago, and I've loved it. The screen is about the same size as a paperback, but the reader is thinner, lighter, and can hold hundreds of books. So for me, it was a perfect replacement for paperbacks for my subway commute and when I traveled. I'm taking classes now
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sun, Sep 21 2014
  • Re: Preferred Tablets

    I'm using a Nexus 7 to study for classes. My situation is that I ride a subway into work every day. I load just the books for my class readings onto the Nexus and read them during my commute. It has been great for reading. Highlighting is less convenient; between the motion of the train and the size of the screen, selecting just the text I want is a
    Posted to General by EastTN on Fri, Sep 19 2014
  • Re: Bible Word Study: Textual Search doesn't search Loeb volumes?

    [quote user="David Knoll"] I think it would be best if it is grouped by period. Classical, Hellenistic, Byzantine, Roman and so on, because language usage changes over time. [/quote] I think that's a great idea. I'd like to suggest that Homeric also be split out separately from Classical.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Tue, Aug 26 2014
  • Re: Restoration Movement foiled again!

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"] [quote user="EastTN"]and, though this probably goes without saying, the Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement .[/quote] Already have The Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement . [/quote] Then I guess I should have gone without saying it! Seriously though, I apologize - I didn't see that it was already tagged.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sat, Aug 23 2014
  • Re: Restoration Movement foiled again!

    Also, while I don't think Logos has much from them, two other publishing houses associated with the Restoration Movement are: Gospel Advocate 21st Century Christian
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sat, Aug 23 2014
  • Re: Restoration Movement foiled again!

    I would also suggest adding the books by Everett Ferguson and, though this probably goes without saying, the Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement .
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sat, Aug 23 2014
  • Re: Restoration Movement foiled again!

    Without intending to be divisive, I would personally like to see Logos pay a bit more attention to the Restoration Movement. Adding a group tag as M.J. suggests would be a great step. Another good step might be to put some older publications from the Movement on Community Pricing, and to gather some of the works that are already in Logos into one or
    Posted to General by EastTN on Fri, Aug 22 2014
  • Re: Themelios 39.2

    Try going to the Themelios website here: http://themelios.thegospelcoalition.org/issue/39-2 ... and click on the phrase "Download Logos Version".
    Posted to General by EastTN on Tue, Aug 19 2014
  • Re: Random Bible Chapter Generator

    I think the concern about bibliomancy or "Bible roulette" is in great measure addressed by reading random chapters , as the original poster suggested, rather than random verses . Looking at an entire chapter will generally provide enough basic context to either get some sense of what's going on in a passage, or to realize that you really can't undertand
    Posted to General by EastTN on Tue, Aug 19 2014
  • Re: Better Idea for Restoration Movement fans

    I like that idea.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Fri, May 23 2014
  • Re: Church of Christ Library for Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="James C."] Alexander Campbell's Translation is on Community Pricing with a collection of other old translations. https://www.logos.com/product/16808/english-bible-collection#017 [/quote] His book Christian Baptism: With Its Antecedents and Consequents is also on Community Pricing in the "Classic Studies on Baptism." https://www.logos.com
    Posted to General by EastTN on Thu, May 22 2014
  • Re: Church of Christ Library for Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Bill Shewmaker"] [quote user="Gary Butner"] We have copies of all the Millennial Harbinger in our church library, however I would prefer to see them in a Logos Restoration package. [/quote] I have that set in my "hard copy library" along with the Christian Baptist by A. Campbell and I would agree that it would be very nice to have in Logos
    Posted to General by EastTN on Thu, May 22 2014
  • Re: Church of Christ Library for Logos Bible Software

    One baby step I'd like to see would be a "Classic Early Restoration Movement Works" package that brought together in Logos format some of the more significant writings of early Restoration Movement leaders from the first half of the 1800s.
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sun, May 18 2014
  • Re: Church of Christ Library for Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] I think this is a very good starting point. Does anyone know what software is promoted in the Theology schools/departments of Abilene, Harding, Pepperdine ... ? I list these because (a) I know people who went there and (b) they'd also be a market for Noet. [/quote] I don't see any of them on the Logos page that lists partner
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sat, May 17 2014
  • Re: Church of Christ Library for Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Paul C"] [quote user="Tom Wildsmith"]Paul, that's not where I was going, and apologize if it was anything I said that left you with that impression.[/quote]I fear it is you who misunderstood "Where I was going" I agree that consulting universities would be a good starting point. The issue here is Which universities are allowed . The OP
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sat, May 17 2014
  • Re: Church of Christ Library for Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Paul C"] [quote user="Tom Wildsmith"]build closer ties with some of the universities affiliated with the churches of Christ and Christian churches[/quote]Who decides which universities are Worthy ? [/quote] Paul, that's not where I was going, and apologize if it was anything I said that left you with that impression. I simply meant that
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sat, May 17 2014
  • Re: Church of Christ Library for Logos Bible Software

    The original poster seems to contemplate a package that would be curated by the group he is forming, but published by Logos. That model raises a host of practical questions. Will it be limited to publications that Logos already offers? If not, who will obtain the necessary permissions from copyright holders? There are some potential advantages: this
    Posted to General by EastTN on Sat, May 17 2014
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