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  • Re: Tagging of "Nineveh" in Nahum 1-2

    Hi Graham [quote user="Graham Criddle"]Is this simply some tagging that has been missed or is there some other explanation?[/quote] The NRSV has a reverse interlinear available for the OT; the NIV84 and NIV2011 do not have OT reverse interlinears, nor does the LEB. So the differences you're seeing are reflective of the differences of data we can apply
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rick Brannan on Wed, Dec 12 2012
  • Re: Problems with Grammatical Relationships in L5 BWS

    Hi Russ. I'll look deeper into this on Monday. Thanks for the report.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rick Brannan on Sat, Nov 3 2012
  • Re: Do these resources exist? I didn't get them

    Hi Ronald. [quote user="Ronald Quick"] [quote user="Louis St. Hilaire"] [quote user="Dominick Sela"]Lexham Apostolic Fathers Reverse Interlinear[/quote] You should have this one. It's the reverse interlinear to Rick Brannan's The Apostolic Fathers in English . (The title should actually be: "The Apostolic Fathers In English Reverse Interlinear". I will
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rick Brannan on Fri, Nov 2 2012
  • Re: NA28 included in Gold?

    [quote user="Schezic"] [quote user="Robert Pavich"]Is it the case with the NA28?[/quote] Is the only improvement within the catholic epistles? [/quote] So, the only changes with meaning are those that come from the ECM, and are in the catholic epistles. There are some orthographic changes throughout the whole thing — αλλ to αλλα where appropriate, primarily
    Posted to Logos 5 by Rick Brannan on Fri, Nov 2 2012
  • Re: Skarsaune/Hvalvik (ed): Jewish Believers in Jesus

    [quote user="fgh"] Mick, what do you know about Drobner: The Fathers of the Church: A Comprehensive Introduction and Köstlin: The Theology of Luther in Its Historical Development and Inner Harmony (3 vols.) ? [/quote] Regarding Drobner, it is awesome. Here are some blog posts I wrote a few years back on my personal blog: http://www.supakoo.com/rick
    Posted to Suggestions by Rick Brannan on Tue, Sep 25 2012
  • Re: Jesus' wife

    More information is here: http://www.hds.harvard.edu/faculty-research/research-projects/the-gospel-of-jesuss-wife Note particularly the Q&A, which seems reasonable and balanced. Also, King's draft of an article destined for Jan 2013 Harvard Theological Review on the fragment: http://www.hds.harvard.edu/sites/hds.harvard.edu/files/attachments/faculty
    Posted to General by Rick Brannan on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Re: Paragraph spacing in the LEB

    I believe the change is to support hanging indents on the paragraphs so that it is easier to tell which lines wrap and which lines are new. The older formatting made that difficult, and almost impossible on mobile versions of Logos. I don't know about your settings, but I don't know that we'll change it. Line breaks inherit the margin (not first line
    Posted to Biblia.com API by Rick Brannan on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Re: Complex Search

    These are the results of the queries. On the saving of the query, I was mistaken. What I was thinking was that you can actually open up one of these query templates from a blank syntax search document. Note the "Templates" list on the right of the editor: If you click the "English Adjectival Modification" template, you'll get something like the following
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rick Brannan on Wed, Sep 5 2012
  • Re: Grammatical Analysis

    [quote user="Pastor Michael Huffman"] Hello everyone, Which book that is available in Logos covers lexical and grammatical studies in the GNT? Books that are similar to the Linguistic Key to the Greek New Testament by Fritz Rienecker and Cleon Rogers. I do not believe that book is available through Logos and am curious about what book covers verse-by
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rick Brannan on Tue, Sep 4 2012
  • Re: Complex Search

    Hi Matthew (and others) [quote user="Matthew Godwin"] Hi - serial forum lurker here... I'm starting to dig a little deeper into Logos (I have Platinum plus bits and bobs) in line with my studies and need to begin doing more complex searches. More specifically, today I'm trying to find instances of 'sin' modified by an adjective... I've looked at the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rick Brannan on Tue, Sep 4 2012
  • Re: Circumflex POST 2011 beta. circumflex or tilde? or =

    Hi Matt The circumflex or tilde over a vowel indicate the same thing; they are just different styles. As mentioned previously on the thread, some fonts use a tilde, some fonts use the traditionally styled circumflex. They both communicate the same thing. Hope it helps.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rick Brannan on Wed, Aug 8 2012
  • Re: find occurances of a preposition governing a particular case

    Using Cascadia, one can search for a phrase with type=prepositional. The "head" of a prepositional phrase is its object, so if you specify the headword case to genitive, you're set. From here, point the 'terminal node' to a preposition, and this should get what you're looking for. This query ends up w/240 results.
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Rick Brannan on Tue, Jul 24 2012
  • Re: Bug: Syntax Search misses a result with alternative Morphology

    Hi Dave. One problem, at least with Cascadia, is that the primary morphology is what informed the decisions that the parser made. - Rick
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Rick Brannan on Sun, Jun 24 2012
  • Re: Bug: Syntax Search misses a result with alternative Morphology

    Hi Dave. At this point, we only encode the primary morph in the syntax database resources. I'll think about how we might be able to achieve this in the future with our Greek syntax databases. - Rick
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Rick Brannan on Fri, Jun 22 2012
  • Re: kai touto

    So, if you were interested, here is one way to do it with a syntax search. I haven't dug too far, though, so may be missing something. This takes your request pretty strictly, and looks for a prepositional phrase directly followed by the words και τουτο. The dashed lines mean "Matching Skips Levels", so hierarchy of syntax isn't a problem. The "Wrap
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Rick Brannan on Mon, May 28 2012
  • Re: Can someone help me with this Cascadia syntax search?

    Hi KS4J [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"] Noticed Mark 13:15 had one hit, so modified Cascadia Syntax Search, which was a bit of a challenge to find 2nd occurrence in Mark 13:15 [/quote] Quick query feedback. First, probably don't need the 'Unordered' when searching for negation like this, but better safe than sorry. Second, nice use of the 'instance
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rick Brannan on Mon, Apr 23 2012
  • Re: Can someone help me with this Cascadia syntax search?

    Hi David & KS4J Here's a little simpler version of the search in Cascadia. Throwing it off is the annotation of μηδε as a conjunction in Mk 13.15 (2nd Instance), so I (like KS4J) have an 'OR' to handle that. The search returns the 8 hits David specifies in his original post. Also, note that the 'Word' objects in the below query are actually unnecessary
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rick Brannan on Mon, Apr 23 2012
  • Re: Searching for All Forms of Articular Noun in Greek

    Hi folks. Looks like everyone is into OpenText to solve this one, thought I'd show what (I think) you can do with Cascadia to approach it. The below search has 33 hits in Romans in the NA27. 1. A "determiner" as a terminal node is an article. So we're looking for phrases that have an article. 2. Specifying the lemma in the "Phrase" object (rather than
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rick Brannan on Sat, Apr 21 2012
  • Re: 4 Esdras -books, for example reverse interlinear

    FWIW, the "English-Greek Reverse Interlinear of the NRSV Apocryphal Texts" (here: http://www.logos.com/product/7130/english-greek-reverse-interlinear-of-the-nrsv-apocryphal-texts ) will not include an alignment with 4 Esdras. As noted in this thread, 4 Esdras in the NRSV is translated from the Latin, not the Greek. As to the status of the NRSV-LXX Apocryphal
    Posted to Suggestions by Rick Brannan on Wed, Apr 18 2012
  • Re: Updated-New Testament in the Original Greek

    I've checked, and the only updates that have been made to this resource are the adding of front matter and back matter. The back matter is an extensive argument for byzantine priority, in case anyone is interested. Robinson is refreshing because he does not make the argument from the perspective of KJV-only-ism; he makes a text-critical argument based
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rick Brannan on Wed, Apr 18 2012
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