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  • Re: How many reference books consult to write 1 sermon

    while a single resource something like Feasting on the Word shows four perspectives are likely important in inspiring a good sermon. The set provides for each reading commentarit’s that examines the theological, pastoral, exegetical, and homiletical challenges of the text. Every pastor will be different as we have seen by the above messages but
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Mon, May 21 2018
  • Re: How many reference books consult to write 1 sermon

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Thankful for Faithlife applications and apps having ability to hide uninspired Chapter and Verse numbers.[/quote] I agree with you however I have over the years heard numerous preachers talk about them almost like they are a divinely inspired thing. I know lunacy but there are those out there who have codes and
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Sun, May 20 2018
  • Re: Lexham English Bible

    I believe the LEB is being constantly tweaked which is not a bad thing but if many changes are made it night irk those with a hard cover in that it was not what is now online in their FL software. Perhaps the changes are less than I had be thinking but I am not 100% sure that if they wanted a printed copy they have things exactly as they would want
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Sun, May 20 2018
  • Re: How many reference books consult to write 1 sermon

    I am not a pastor but have pastors as friends. I know some who rarely touch a commentary and others that use several I have known a couple who are of the first ilk who can write a sermon remarkabllay fast. I remember hearing Chuck Swindoll one time state he had 28 commentaries on the Gospel of John and sometimes has consulted with all of them. The Problem
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Sat, May 19 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    And to make things even more complicated James was released and pulled due to plagiarism concern... I really wish they had simply corrected the errors and kept it. At least I own it but it was a fine volume. -dan
    Posted to Lexham Press by Dan Francis on Tue, May 15 2018
  • Re: Belief: A Theological Commentary on the Bible Upgrade (11 vols.)

    Under Development. Thanks for all who preordered it hope we can get it sooner than later. -dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Tue, May 15 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    [quote user="André Kamphuis"]Faithlife sold this whole series with literally this advertisement: “ “The entire 44-volume set will be available in 2019—an unprecedented publication timetable for a commentary of this magnitude.” Many people pre-paid for the entire series. Right now, 2018, no work has started on the great
    Posted to Lexham Press by Dan Francis on Fri, May 11 2018
  • Re: Death and the Afterlife (NSBT)

    and thanks for the link Whyndell. -dan
    Posted to Suggestions by Dan Francis on Wed, May 9 2018
  • Re: Belief: A Theological Commentary on the Bible Upgrade (11 vols.)

    Almost there please consider this wonderful uptodate theologically aimed series if you haven't yet ordered it. -Dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Tue, May 8 2018
  • Re: Exodus & Numbers in the "Interpretation Commentary" Series

    Interpretation remains one of my most used commentary series. I do find Exodus very helpful yes it is definitely not an intensive technical commentary but it is very helpful for my studies. Some are stronger than others but it is a series that I would prefer not to be without. The great thing is if they are not right for you you can always return them
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Sat, May 5 2018
  • Re: Sharing Logos with my wife

    Transfers are tricky in that you have to sell them as you got them. So if you want her to have access to a book that you bought as a 90 volume set you can only transfer the 90 volumes together even if Logos now sells it as an individual volume. If I have been misinformed or things have changed please correct me. One way to use your account on her computer
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Fri, May 4 2018
  • Re: Did Erasmus von Rotterdam deliberately add εἰ to Matthew 19:9?

    [quote user="Paul"]Nevertheless, I will stay with my tried and trusted King James Bible for this one. This would proclaim the woman innocent. [/quote] My apolog if it was covered above, but the trouble with Erasmus Greek text was the pressure put on him to make it conform to the vulgate translation even when he did not want to. It was argued by some
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Fri, May 4 2018
  • Re: OT: New discoveries about the KJV's translation

    [quote user="Denise"] In the tradition of discussion (and I use the NRSV and guess don't honor guy-dom and the Protestant traditions), it's not clear whether the apocrypha was held very high in the 2nd Temple period. It seems to have survived from its presumed Egyptian roots (LXX). Even Ecclesiasticus is a big question mark. They were still arguing
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Fri, May 4 2018
  • Re: OT: New discoveries about the KJV's translation

    [quote user="Paul"]Among contemporary Protestants only the Anglicans make use of the Apocrypha to any degree.[/quote] Lutherans use it almost as much too. As well as most all Christians on earth. -dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Thu, May 3 2018
  • Re: Belief: A Theological Commentary on the Bible Upgrade (11 vols.)

    Slowly getting there but more are still needed, to get into production, please consider this wonderful series. With very current volumes. -dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Tue, May 1 2018
  • Re: Special thank you

    I am happy I could help you in someway. May Logos be a blessing to your studies. -dan
    Posted to Logos 7 by Dan Francis on Mon, Apr 30 2018
  • Re: I thank the LORD for Logos because...

    Logos Basic is a true blessing as there are many who can benefit greatly from the software but cannot afford a large layout for the app at this time, I am sure more than a few users eventually come to become full owners of packages. Although I know of at least one very long term user who proudly states that he has never bought a package. But all in
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Wed, Apr 25 2018
  • Re: I thank the LORD for Logos because...

    [quote user="Dave Sloma"] If you're old enough to have worked with nothing but books laid out on a desk, then you're really, really grateful! I know I am. [/quote] not enough space on the desk I use to pile them all over the bed as I sat on the corner referencing back and forth. Although I would bet some people had/have desks with as much space as a
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Tue, Apr 24 2018
  • Re: The Lost World of the Flood on Pre: says FL not sell

    As a plus it is less that $2 Canadian above Kindle pricing I am happy to have it preordered here believing the very modest difference is well worth it. -dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Fri, Apr 20 2018
  • Re: Thank You Bruce Dunning

    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Thu, Apr 19 2018
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