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  • Re: Logos Reader

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] What's the difference between Logos Research and Logos Reader? [/quote] Surprised no one has given the simple answer. 7,418.
    Posted to General by Doc B on Wed, May 13 2020
  • Re: How to add book to search results: example:

    [quote user="Deon Holtzhausen"]I am still learning about the different options when searching[/quote] It's a love-hate relationship. We love the power of the search tools; we hate the complexity. I've been using them a long time and still can't say I'm even a hacker yet. This thread got me thinking if there's a better way to put search strings in a
    Posted to Logos 8 by Doc B on Mon, May 4 2020
  • Re: How would one begin learning Latin?

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"]Just start reading and enjoy! One can figure out the meanings of the words like a sleuth ...[/quote] A *lot* of people taught themselves to read another language that way. Great pic, by the way.
    Posted to General by Doc B on Wed, Apr 29 2020
  • Re: How to add book to search results: example:

    [quote user="Deon Holtzhausen"] Graham, please check my last sentence. I did it with: <Person Habakkuk> [/quote] Check his last sentence. You didn't do it with <Person Habakkuk> OR Habakkuk . That's a search string, not an option with two parts.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Doc B on Wed, Apr 29 2020
  • Re: The First Testament

    [quote user="NB.Mick"]I think it will be combined with NT Wright's [/quote] That would be VERY unfortunate.
    Posted to General by Doc B on Tue, Apr 28 2020
  • The First Testament

    Any effort to bring this to Logos? I'd like to see it. Here is a review for those not familiar with it. The title reminds me of a pretty funny joke made the the late comedian Steven Wright. He said, "You know, the New Testament is really pretty old. I think they should call them the Old Testament and the Most Recent Testament."
    Posted to General by Doc B on Mon, Apr 27 2020
  • Re: How would one begin learning Latin?

    [quote user="Mike Tourangeau"]recommendation for where to start?[/quote] Can't do "in Logos" because Logos doesn't have the resource (understandably). But the most-used textbook for beginning Latin for the past couple generations is Wheelock's Latin. It's pretty inexpensive on Amazon . (In fact, it is free on Kindle, I think.)
    Posted to General by Doc B on Mon, Apr 27 2020
  • Re: How to tackle the contradictions in the Bible

    [quote user="Anees Syed"]I have come across a few contradictions in the Bible[/quote] There are no contradictions in the Bible. There are certainly enigmas, but most of them are very old and have been answered generations, if not more than a thousand years, ago. One of the better resources for dealing with them can be found here . This book is a bit
    Posted to Biblia.com by Doc B on Fri, Apr 24 2020
  • Re: Logos Servers OK?? Books Not Downloading, Can't Look at Orders

    Something about a virus or something...
    Posted to General by Doc B on Wed, Apr 1 2020
  • Re: April Free Book of the Month

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]don't push your theology on me[/quote] MJ, for someone as intelligent as you are, I'm a bit stunned by your irrational response to his statement. There was absolutely *nothing* in his comment pushing any theology on anyone. He simply doesn't like Wright. He stated so in a vernacular way. He should be free to say he doesn't care
    Posted to General by Doc B on Wed, Apr 1 2020
  • Re: How is your church adapting for COVID-19?

    [quote user="Daniel Di Bartolo"]I'd love to hear about how you plan to manage church operations, teach the Bible, and keep your people safe.[/quote] I am part of the group tasked with making these guidelines at our church in the Texas panhandle (where we have no confirmed cases yet). We meet tomorrow to set the formal guidelines. While not officially
    Posted to General by Doc B on Sat, Mar 14 2020
  • Re: Notes and Highlighting

    First, welcome to the forums! [quote user="Shirley"]I am finding the notes to be really difficult to understand.[/quote] You are not alone. The Notes tool went from something simple to use but without a lot of capabilities to something that is very capable but nearly impossible to understand (and thus use). I'm not sure which was worse. [quote user
    Posted to Logos 8 by Doc B on Sat, Mar 14 2020
  • Re: Question About Clippings

    [quote user="Graham Owen"]Today I went to sue them[/quote] That's funny. [quote user="Graham Owen"]I'm guessing that the clippings have gone because the license has expired.[/quote] That'd be my guess as well. I hadn't thought about that issue. This is one of the reasons I ranted against "Logos Now" and whatever else they called it when it rolled out
    Posted to General by Doc B on Sat, Mar 14 2020
  • Re: I am tired of the formatting problems in the Mobile App for Notes

    [quote user="Daniel Di Bartolo"]We invest more and more each year into improving our mobile apps, not less. [/quote] This is good news and a welcome change!
    Posted to Logos Notes by Doc B on Fri, Mar 6 2020
  • Re: I am tired of the formatting problems in the Mobile App for Notes

    FL has said, in times of brutal honesty, they aren't going to put much in the way of resources into the mobile app. They support it (barely). Not much else. Unfortunate...a solid mobile app would about double the value of the software IMO.
    Posted to Logos Notes by Doc B on Mon, Mar 2 2020
  • Hey Faithlife, Why Did You Double the Price of a Pre-Pub Resource in the Middle of Pre-Pub?

    See this thread- https://community.logos.com/forums/t/188571.aspx
    Posted to General by Doc B on Sat, Feb 29 2020
  • NET Bible notes, 2nd ed

    Am I understanding correctly that the 2nd edition NET Bible notes are a separate purchase and not a free update to the first edition notes?
    Posted to General by Doc B on Mon, Feb 24 2020
  • Re: Star rating in library.

    Related: If you rate something and want to unrate it, that is possible. Open the library information panel and right-click the stars for that resource, and "Clear" will show in the pop-up, which allows you to reset to unrated.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Doc B on Thu, Feb 13 2020
  • NET Bible feature suggestion

    While this likely couldn't happen without the publisher's approval, I don't see a good reason why that wouldn't be given since the publisher allows FL to publish the work in Logos. Here's the requested feature: The NET bible has (as far as I can tell) three kinds of notes...'sn' (study notes), 'tn' (textual notes), and 'tc' (text critical notes). It
    Posted to General by Doc B on Mon, Feb 10 2020
  • Re: 2LCF & Reformed Baptist Theology

    [quote user="Milkman"]The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology:[/quote] The Denault book will give the clearest explanation of the differences between WC and LBC1689, in my opinion. WC and LBC are word-for-word in large sections, and that was done on purpose to emphasize commonalities between the groups. The main differences, as you noted, are
    Posted to Logos 8 by Doc B on Wed, Feb 5 2020
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