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  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Joe Miller"]Again, this is just my personal perspective, but Logos just provides the hammer, you can decide how to use it.[/quote] I am in complete agreement with you... I only quoted your text to also show that some might believe you are making theological debate. Perhaps we're getting a little to nit-picky with our forum policing efforts
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Fri, Jul 1 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Joe Miller"]- From a Protestant perspective, having resources in Logos that are more authoritative in the Roman Catholic tradition will bring in more Roman Catholic users who will then also get exposed to Protestant resources that could persuade them to embrace Sola Scriptura.[/quote] I expect a note from the forum police on this... If
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Fri, Jul 1 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Richard DeRuiter"] Michael, this is also engaging in theological debate, which this thread is intended to stop. So stop. Just stop. [/quote] If you think that was a theological debate, goodness... you need to grow some skin too. - Michael
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Fri, Jul 1 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Richard Masciantonio"]I’m glad you noticed the ‘market’ factor here; though I hope that’s not the reason Logos brought Andrew on board.[/quote] I've got no inside knowledge into their reasoning... [quote user="Richard Masciantonio"]My point, which I made in my post, is that many Roman Catholic works will of necessity reduce the written
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Fri, Jul 1 2011
  • Re: Forum Guidelines: No Theology Debates

    [quote user="Richard Masciantonio"]I don't want to sound out of control, but I was just wondering where's the Lutheran, or Greek Orthodox, or Pentecostal project manager?[/quote] Perhaps if there was a large market for those groups, I'm sure Logos would hire product managers. [quote user="Richard Masciantonio"]Nothing personal against Andrew, but to
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Fri, Jul 1 2011
  • Re: (Mainly) Catholic resources

    [quote user="fgh"]Catholic reverse interlinear[/quote] BIG TIME - IMPORTANT.
    Posted to Suggestions by Michael Gaskin on Wed, Jun 29 2011
  • Re: (Mainly) Catholic resources

    [quote user="fgh"] 1. Church Fathers 2. Encyclicals 3. CCC and then you can click on the actual references and read. (like the book, Companion to the CCC). 4. Pontifical Biblical Commission documents 5. Doctors of the Church. Maybe a collection of all their writings? Goodness, that would be awesome! 6. Vatican II documents, not just the final ones,
    Posted to Suggestions by Michael Gaskin on Mon, Jun 27 2011
  • Re: Announcement: forum participant project (unofficial)

    Thank you for posting the reading list. I like a ton! Since I'm not sure how to add (new user) I'll just post here and you can determine if it makes sense or not to add to the list. First suggestion: http://www.papalencyclicals.net/ (although, can get from vatican.va)... might be considered redundant. Thanks! - Michael
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Sun, Jun 26 2011
  • Re: (Mainly) Catholic resources

    Goodness, I'm sorry folks, I meant dictionary, not encyclopedia. My apologies, I think I was half asleep when I wrote that. - Michael
    Posted to Suggestions by Michael Gaskin on Sun, Jun 26 2011
  • Re: (Mainly) Catholic resources

    Ack!!!! My apologies, I mis-spelled the name. Thanks for pointing that out.
    Posted to Suggestions by Michael Gaskin on Sun, Jun 26 2011
  • Re: (Mainly) Catholic resources

    [quote user="fgh"]I'm a bit confused as to what you refer to here. There are several Catholic Encyclopedias, but I can't find that any of them is edited by a Scott Haun.[/quote] Click on this amazon link. http://goo.gl/d5cnu Thanks! - Michael
    Posted to Suggestions by Michael Gaskin on Sun, Jun 26 2011
  • Re: (Mainly) Catholic resources

    Addition: Catholic Encyclopedia - Edited by Scott Haun The Church and the Bible - St. Paul Edition. This is simply a book that lists all of the official Church documents for the last 1800 years. Stops at 2007. This book has most of the PBC documents, so it would take care of a lot of requests. Thank you!
    Posted to Suggestions by Michael Gaskin on Sun, Jun 26 2011
  • Re: Catholic Users

    [quote user="CoramDeo"] Folks, Please understand. I do not hate catholic people...most of my family are Roman catholic. And I pity and pray for them. But I am against Roman catholic doctrine, because it is against the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Therefore, it is not "love" to pretend it doesn't exist, or play nicey-nice with everyone so not to hurt feelings
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Sun, Jun 26 2011
  • Re: Catholic Users

    [quote user="CoramDeo"] I would encourage Roman catholic readers to study the works of Loraine Beottner... [/quote] Oh goodness no... If you want to find out what exactly the Church teaches, simply read Church documents. Then, a healthy and profitable conversation can be attempted. When I converted to Catholicism two years ago, I did just that... Go
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Sun, Jun 26 2011
  • Re: Catholic Users

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] But in Logos, I've gone for Anchor, Hermenia, Reading the New Testaments, Forms of Old Testament Literature and Socio-Rhetorical commentaries.[/quote] I've not reviewed each one except for Hermenia... are they the same focus, more scholarly and less pastoral? I've kind of got a picture of your style in reviewing your emails
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Sat, Jun 25 2011
  • Re: Catholic Users

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] I have Acts, Romans and Mark I think. I like them and find them useful. I have great respect for Harrington and his collaborators. But if you promise not to tell anyone I'll admit to having spent my money on Hermeneia first. I've got one volume of the companion Berit Olam which I like very much but I went for the much more affordable
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Sat, Jun 25 2011
  • Re: Catholic Users

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Michael Gaskin"]7. Sacra Pagina New Testament Series.... [/quote] I would like to see two series: The Zaccheus Studies: New Testament and Interfaces . The reason is that these series are Catholic but have broad appeal as good and accessible scholarship. I'd like Logos to find that there is considerable overlap which
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Fri, Jun 24 2011
  • Re: Catholic Users

    [quote user="Michael Gaskin"] Thank you for the note. I've been thinking about some of the content that would be helpful: 1. Church Fathers 2. Encyclicals 3. CCC and then you can click on the actual references and read. (like the book, Companion to the CCC). 4. Pontifical Biblical Commission documents 5. Doctors of the Church. Maybe a collection of
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Fri, Jun 24 2011
  • Re: Catholic Users

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Michael Gaskin"]I've got to be careful here... You will pick apart anything I say, [/quote] My apologies, I didn't mean to pick apart what you were saying. I meant to bring caution to expectations. I agree that I should not have repeated my point. [/quote] All is good.... Take care! - Michael
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Tue, Jun 21 2011
  • Re: Catholic Users

    I've got to be careful here... You will pick apart anything I say, so... I'll just hope that whatever happens, Logos makes a good product at a fair price for all...and...making a reasonable profit so they can continue to provide us with excellent products. - Michael
    Posted to General by Michael Gaskin on Mon, Jun 20 2011
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