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  • Weird visual copy error.

    When I tried making a visual copy of this: All it took was thirst to remind Samson of his weakness and his total dependence on God. Had he prayed as earnestly for character as he did for physical help, he would have been a better man and a more successful judge. Like the prodigal son, he prayed, “Give me!” but he never did pray, “Make
    Posted to Logos 7 by Dan Francis on Yesterday
  • Re: Interpretation Bible Studies

    In the opening he talks about the fact it has nothing to do with the future but it about whom it was written too... but that it can speak to us... and goes on to say ”The reflections that follow are my own, but I look at the book of Revelation through the eyes of others. Chief among these other “eyes” is the work of M. Eugene Boring
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Sat, Aug 18 2018
  • Re: One Volume Commentaries

    [quote user="Denise"]The latter I definitely like for perspectives. JSB. Jerome’s. Oxford[/quote] So sad that of your list the only left for purchase in FL stores is the Jewish study Bible, I greatly value my Jerome Biblical Commentary and Oxford Bible Commentary but alas for users wanting them it is not an easy task to track them down. I do understand
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Fri, Aug 17 2018
  • Re: One Volume Commentaries

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"] NIB - is it this one? https://www.logos.com/product/5409/new-international-bible-commentary [/quote] DAL was making a joke as the 12 volume set of New Interpreter’s Bible downloads into Logos as One resource. But Zonervan‘s NIBC is a most wonderful resource. As are most all the ones that have been mentioned here
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Thu, Aug 16 2018
  • Re: One Volume Commentaries

    NIB if you called it so would be the best one without doubt... but going with the spirit of the question... While there are numerous good one and two volume works. In my mind Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible is without compare. This volume constantly seems to offer great insight and for more verbose commentary than you normally get in a one volume.
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Wed, Aug 15 2018
  • Re: One Volume Commentaries

    NIB if you called it so would be the best one without doubt... but going with the spirit of the question... While there are numerous good one and two volume works. In my mind Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible is without compare. This volume constantly seems to offer great insight and for more verbose commentary than you normally get in a one volume.
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Wed, Aug 15 2018
  • Re: Canon Comparison and Deuteroncanon

    I did discover that Revelation ' was omitted from the original table of readings for the Book of Common Prayer' . -dan
    Posted to Logos 7 by Dan Francis on Tue, Aug 14 2018
  • Re: Canon Comparison and Deuteroncanon

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]For example, the Russian Orthodox Church officially accepts the book of Revelation as "canonical" but does not use it liturgically or theologically -- a situation some theologians think should change. [/quote] Reminds me of Luther's treatment of it... who in some opinion treated it as he treated the 'apocryphal' books. And while
    Posted to Logos 7 by Dan Francis on Mon, Aug 13 2018
  • Re: Typo on product page: Feasting on Mark

    Reformed in general feels mislabeled in my mind... The twelve members of our editorial board come from a broad swath of American Christianity: they are members or ministers of Presbyterian, Baptist, United Church of Christ, Roman Catholic, and Disciples of Christ churches. Some of them are academics who serve on the faculties of theological schools;
    Posted to Logos.com by Dan Francis on Thu, Aug 9 2018
  • Re: More "Feasting"

    Glad to help hope we can get these under contract ASAP. -dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Thu, Aug 9 2018
  • Re: More "Feasting"

    Since it is very hard to get a good feel from the sample print pages since each 2 pages are meant to be read as 4 streams separately. Please rest assured each one in Logos follows the other in the 12 Volume FOW and Matthew's FOG set and will in the these yet to be released works... Here is a sample from the Mark volume that I took from the copy I own
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Wed, Aug 8 2018
  • More "Feasting"

    Feasting on the Word: Additional Essays provides 3 years of commentaries of the alternative readings for time after pentecost which has semicontinuous and typological reading tracks. While wordsearch and Accordance did include these for free into the 12 volume set $25 is hardly a onerous price to pay for completing your lectionary works... Each treatment
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Wed, Aug 8 2018
  • Re: Why So Expensive?

    [quote user="Bob Bacle"] Just wondering why your software is so expensive. I've got other Bible software on my computer and they are not that expensive, and some are free. Even with your special, it is still very expensive. [/quote] The many responders have fairly give valid reasons. Logos most certainly is not the cheapest but some would arguably call
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Tue, Aug 7 2018
  • Re: Vyrso is becoming Faithlife Ebooks

    I do run offline now and then... Logos (lutheran) is set up with certain lutheran specific resources installed. I have in it always open the esv paralleled to the lutheran study Bible... now that multiple workspace windows are available I usually have the NRSV tied to the New Interpreter's Bible {I know not a Lutheran only resource but a favourite with
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Dan Francis on Fri, Aug 3 2018
  • Re: Vyrso is becoming Faithlife Ebooks

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"]If you don't want any of the other apps, there is no reason you would really need them. For most users, the Logos Bible! App and/or Verbum would be the single app they would need. [/quote] I have 4 of the apps on my iPad... for sake of convince. Verbum is main study app... I keep faithlife books on so i can quickly open
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Dan Francis on Fri, Aug 3 2018
  • Re: The new Norwegian Bible translation

    Forgive my ignorance, is not https://www.logos.com/product/138334/bibelen-2011-nynorsk-det-norske-bibelselskap the Bible you are requesting here? Which is currently available for purchase? -dan
    Posted to Suggestions by Dan Francis on Tue, Jul 31 2018
  • Re: The Oxford Companion to the Bible

    [quote user="Joseph Turner"] The Oxford Bible Commentary has actually not been available for quite some time. It was available in earlier versions of Libronix on CD. [/quote] You are right but it is a crying shame that FL has not pursued this (it was sort of an external product, as was common in those days). But unlike the must asked for Jerome Biblical
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Tue, Jul 10 2018
  • Re: Announcing a Logos 7 base package under $100!

    Verbum fundamentals is a great idea I hope comes soon. But kudos for Logos. A great package. -dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Mon, Jul 9 2018
  • Re: What means the word monḗ in john 14:2?

    [quote user="John Suen"] Peace with all bros and sis.. [/quote] Good points and welcome to the forum John. Peace to you and all reading as well -dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Sat, Jun 30 2018
  • Re: BEST WORD STUDY COMPLETE SET FOR HEBREW, GREEEK AND ENGLISH (LOGOS 7)

    Graham has provided the best but a popular alternative is https://www.logos.com/product/9438/amg-bible-essentials -dan
    Posted to Suggestions by Dan Francis on Sat, Jun 30 2018
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