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  • Re: Free eBooks for your Bible Studies

    Here's a working link. http://grace-ebooks.com/
    Posted to Files by Doc B on Yesterday
  • Re: Any Discount for recommending a friend?

    [quote user="Steve Shelton"]for one who recommends a friend[/quote] ...with friends like these...
    Posted to General by Doc B on Wed, Oct 11 2017
  • Re: ANNOUNCE: Discontinuation of Libronix Services

    [quote user="Denise"] In the backgound, you hear some fading flapping wings. Then stillness.[/quote] Sounds just like the end of a Hemingway novel.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Doc B on Wed, Oct 11 2017
  • Re: ANNOUNCE: Discontinuation of Libronix Services

    [quote user="Disciple of Christ (doc)"]That's going to be a other FL communication failure if this is the only notificaton to customers about the change.[/quote] I guess I can prove you right, as today (Oct 10) is the first time I've seen this announcement and I own an L3 setup. Too late to consolidate things, I suppose.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Doc B on Tue, Oct 10 2017
  • Re: Modern Reformation (suggestion)

    [quote user="Michael McLane"] Could this happen with this eagerly anticipated journals update? [/quote] Based on track record, I don't recommend "eagerly anticipating" anything related to journals.
    Posted to Reformed Products by Doc B on Mon, Oct 9 2017
  • Re: Newbie looking for guidence

    [quote user="Alex Farbman"]do they give you DVDs as part of attending in person training?[/quote] Unfortunately, no. [quote user="Alex Farbman"]should I first spend sometime with Logos, forums, wiki, etc. and then go, or would someone as new as myself benefit from it right away?[/quote] I don't know you and your learning style, so I can't really answer
    Posted to General by Doc B on Mon, Sep 11 2017
  • Re: Newbie looking for guidence

    [quote user="Alex Farbman"]What is the best structured way for someone who is a newbie to studying the Word of God to learn how to use this tool[/quote] First, welcome to the forums. Second, in my opinion (and I've been using Logos since L3), you *can't* learn all of it. Even if you are an expert at multiple ancient languages, I don't think you can
    Posted to General by Doc B on Sat, Sep 9 2017
  • Re: How to Create a Note File from a Passage List?

    [quote user="Matthew Friend"]I recently purchased the Logos 7 teaching materials from Learnlogos.com and there is a lot to learn[/quote] That is very good training. You won't be disappointed!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Doc B on Sat, Sep 9 2017
  • Re: Dataset availability ....a $7.99 dataset actually costs me $79.13 (least expensive possible)

    [quote user="Wolfgang Schneider"]This approach of "sales politics" is - to say the least - misleading and very disappointing to see. [/quote] Agreed, and this has been a bone of contention among users for quite a while. I think it is one of the reasons Logos seems to be moving toward obscurity as a product line (unfortunately). However, the powers that
    Posted to General by Doc B on Thu, Aug 10 2017
  • Re: Isolating commentaries and monographs by "Reformed, etc"

    [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"]Does anyone know if there is a way to isolate books by the authors tradition, such as "Reformed"[/quote] There are some extensive lists of authors by tradition that can be used to make collections. These can be found in the forums or in one of the Faithlife Groups Collections list. They aren't perfect, but they are helpful
    Posted to General by Doc B on Thu, Aug 10 2017
  • Re: Yes or No?

    [quote user="Disciple of Christ (doc)"]They acted hastily without thought of the consequences[/quote] What, exactly, did they do? (I never use the NASB and haven't seen any threads on it.)
    Posted to General by Doc B on Sat, Jun 17 2017
  • Re: Crossway a new competitor?

    [quote user="Erwin Stull, Sr."]I can't see it making much sense for anyone with a Logos investment [/quote] Speed, and ease of use. Logos has an immense learning curve and searching is cumbersome and slow until you finish the curve. These internet-based tools are easy to learn (mainly because they don't have near the power of a program like Logos) and
    Posted to General by Doc B on Fri, Jun 16 2017
  • Re: Works of Jonathan Edwards 10 Volumes

    [quote user="Liam"]at all..?[/quote] You would need to contact FL directly with this question. They no longer have anyone to monitor the specific groups' forums. Looking at the descriptions, the two sets appear to be very different. But I really don't know specifics, as I only own the two-volume set.
    Posted to Reformed Products by Doc B on Mon, Jun 12 2017
  • Re: topical search

    [quote user="Larry Craig"]no way I would be able to duplicate this without some serious study[/quote] Which was my earlier point. I hope the FL folks are paying attention. If they want to expand their market to more non-specialists, this needs a solution. There's a line somewhere between the ability to do a task and having a usable interface to do the
    Posted to General by Doc B on Thu, May 25 2017
  • Re: topical search

    [quote user="Fr Devin Roza"]Nice job KS4J and Kristine noticing the mistake in my search query.[/quote] And there lies the problem. Based on a limited look at your posts in the forums, I suspect you are on the high end of the high-end users of Logos, and you didn't get the script right. So where does that leave me, and Larry, and the rest of us dupes
    Posted to General by Doc B on Wed, May 24 2017
  • Re: topical search

    [quote user="Larry Craig"]wow. This is way too complicated.[/quote] I agree, and it is unfortunate. The search engine is very robust and very customizable for specific searches. But it is equally difficult to use. Here is a direction that FL should maybe consider. Below is a screenshot of a multiple regression model: the first screenshot is the script
    Posted to General by Doc B on Tue, May 23 2017
  • Re: topical search

    [quote user="Larry Craig"] I am sure I will have similar searches in the future. [/quote] This is a very do-able search in Logos, but I don't do them often enough to remember how without looking them up. I suspected you wanted a quick answer (and that's why I posted the google search...sure wish Logos had fuzzy search); but you may get a better answer
    Posted to General by Doc B on Tue, May 23 2017
  • Re: Keeping Track

    On the Forums main page, scroll down until you see this, then click on the 'Your Discussions' link. Any thread that you started or on which you commented will appear there in chronological order.
    Posted to General by Doc B on Tue, May 23 2017
  • Re: topical search

    [quote user="Larry Craig"]I want to find all the prayers of the Old Testament.[/quote] Google. (I won't vouch for accuracy, but it's a start, and you don't need to know programming language.) http://www.truthaccordingtoscripture.com/documents/prayers/prayers-old-testament.php#.WSR2KDdunDc
    Posted to General by Doc B on Tue, May 23 2017
  • Re: Keeping Track

    [quote user="Rev Norman Nicoll"] Is it possible to keep track of all the questions I have put to the Forum and the responses I have had? If so how? [/quote] Yes. But it'll be a manual process (other than following your questions in the "Your Discussions" tab).
    Posted to General by Doc B on Tue, May 23 2017
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