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  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Keith Larson"] [quote user="Bob Pritchett"]protestants don't do a good job getting along on a single doctrinal statement. That's why the Catholic church is basically one large church, and the average protestant church splits after reaching 100-200 people. I know the attacks are painful and unkind, but please understand that you're "surrounded
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Tue, Jul 5 2011
  • Re: NIV on iPad

    [quote user="Richard Hendricks"] I think part of the problem is how Logos resources are provided to us. We can access the resources on our computer (PC/Mac), or we can access them online (via the web or the iOS App). The stumbling block appears to be the online part. The Florida based Bible software company has things setup such that you can download
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Schatz on Sat, Jul 2 2011
  • Re: NIV on iPad

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] [quote user="Ryan Schatz"]What is up, Logos?[/quote] You're asking the wrong party in this transaction. ;-) [/quote] Hi Bob, I have already asked Zondervan and they said they were in discussions with Logos and hoped to resolve it soon. So it seems that what they mean by this is if you agree to their terms, it will be resolved
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Schatz on Sat, Jul 2 2011
  • Re: NIV on iPad

    I contacted Zondervan at the end of April on this issue and they said that they were working with Logos to come to an agreement 'soon'. It is now 2 months later and still nothing. To top it off, there is another bible app on youversion.com that is 100% free and includes the NIV. So Zondervan is making no royalties on that at least none that I have to
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Schatz on Thu, Jun 30 2011
  • Re: Where's NIV?

    Ok, I just found out from a friend that there is another mobile app that is offered completely free of charge that allows you to read the NIV: youversion.com. So they can let me view the NIV for free, but Logos can't? Really?
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Schatz on Thu, Jun 30 2011
  • Re: Filter Keyword for Last Updated

    For those who are wondering, there is a list of keywords that you can filter on for creation a collection in the following wiki page: http://wiki.logos.com/Collections#Creating_Rules The only problem is that there isn't a keyword listed yet for 'Last Updated'.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Schatz on Wed, Jun 22 2011
  • Filter Keyword for Last Updated

    I'm trying to create a collection of all the most recently updated resources in my library. I find this is a way of easily remembering what I just bought, though it also includes resources which were updated for whatever reason. The problem is that I can't figure out what the tag keyword is for 'Last Updated'. Anyone know what it is?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Schatz on Wed, Jun 22 2011
  • Re: Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges closes 6/24 - bid now

    I think that the benefit of this series is definitely worth more than $40. It may not be your first priority reference, but the benefit of being able to search it as part of Logos makes it well worth it. Those who cannot afford more recent series such as WBC or NICNT/OT should be all over items like this. Who could go wrong at 95% off? Let's push this
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Tue, Jun 21 2011
  • Re: Meet and Greet (plus sale)

    Questions Name: Ryan Schatz Where you call home (general or specific): Vancouver, BC Canada Occupation: Computer Engineer Age: late 30s How long you've been using Logos Bible Software: since 2008, I think. Your most-used Logos resource (other than the Bible): BDAG/HALOT Your #1 use for Logos: Study Favorite non-Logos pastime: Photography Random fact
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Wed, Jun 15 2011
  • Re: 4.3 Beta 7 (v4.30.0.0803) available

    I tried again a few times and it now seems to get all the files and continue the install.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ryan Schatz on Wed, Jun 8 2011
  • Re: 4.3 Beta 7 (v4.30.0.0803) available

    Hmm... I downloaded the installer, and it tries to download the program components and freezes at 30MB out of 43MB. It seems that the installer is not able to download one of the component files. Anyone else seeing this same problem?
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ryan Schatz on Wed, Jun 8 2011
  • Re: Sigh....as I sat in Church...looking at my poor free bible program....just knowing that there was a better way...

    I have a hard time believing that Apple is going to take a 30% commission just for allowing Logos to use the iPad as a reader, esp. given that its not even the primary interface for Logos. That doesn't make any business sense. I think they are likely testing the market to see what it will bear and how big the backlash will be.
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Thu, May 26 2011
  • Re: delayed ... again

    What I find a bit strange is that they don't seem to be trying to estimate the date and then are off by a week or two, but every week they delay another week and just seem to keep repeating this. There must be something else going on here, like perhaps they are waiting for some licensing and are not getting timely response. It would be nice in circumstances
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Wed, May 25 2011
  • Re: Banned? Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection Censorship?

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] Ryan, I believe you made a mistake in selecting the text to quote here. You quoted from MJ's post, but the words are mine. [/quote] Sorry, Jack... my mistake.
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Wed, May 11 2011
  • Re: Banned? Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection Censorship?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Agreed. I have this strange, out-dated, philosophy that when I commit myself to something, I should keep my word. I am old enough to remember when "My word is my bond" actually meant something. I wonder what "Let you yes be yes and your no no" mean. [/quote] Ok, there is no moral requirement on what level you bid nor has Logos
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Wed, May 11 2011
  • Re: Banned? Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection Censorship?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] To avoid inappropriate use of the forums, let me refer you to the Catechism of the Catholic Church online since it is not in Logos: From the index of the Catechism of the Catholic Church http://www.usccb.org/catechism/text/v.shtml bishop as the vicar of Christ 894, 1560 conscience, the "aboriginal Vicar of Christ" 1778 Supreme
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Tue, May 10 2011
  • Re: Banned? Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection Censorship?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Hmmm ... sounds to me like theological discussions which are to be discouraged ... and sounds suspiciously like an incomplete understanding of what "in the place of" means ... as it is used to refer to all priests celebrating Mass among other things. The liturgical readers are sometimes said to stand "in the place of the prophets
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Tue, May 10 2011
  • Re: What's so wonderful about having an iPad for Logos?

    I'll second (or third) the idea that without highlighting and notes, reading with Logos on the iPad is very limited. I use the iPad app to do research, reading while in church and looking thinks up... but when I'm reading, I need to be able to highlight, as others have stated, and take notes.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Schatz on Tue, May 10 2011
  • Re: Banned? Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection Censorship?

    [quote user="David Ames"] [quote user="Ryan Schatz"] I wonder if he spoke even this ill of the pope. [/quote] Yes, And so did most of the founders of the protestant movement. ""This business shows overwhelmingly that he is the true end-times Antichrist, who has raised himself over and set himself against Christ, because the pope will not let Christians
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Tue, May 10 2011
  • Re: Banned? Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection Censorship?

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"]The author of those despicable words of hatred toward Jews was not even penned by a German Nazi; they were from our revered German hero of the faith, Martin Luther, the father of the Protestant Reformation."[/quote] The Talmudic literature may contain things that should not be listened to, but what I am amazed by is Luther
    Posted to General by Ryan Schatz on Tue, May 10 2011
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