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  • Re: A new type of pre-pub - it isn't in print yet!

    I posted this in the other thread...but I think it is applicable here [quote user="Abi Gail"] [quote user="Rosie Perera"]Think I should stop now, and check into a 12-step program?[/quote] There is enough evidence to at least open such a debate. ...But First...Don't you think we should petition Logos to produce a collection of Christian 12 step books
    Posted to General by Chris Thompson on Sat, Sep 4 2010
  • Re: EEC

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"]Think I should stop now, and check into a 12-step program?[/quote] There is enough evidence to at least open such a debate. ...But First...Don't you think we should petitition Logos to produce a collection of Christian 12 step books?
    Posted to General by Chris Thompson on Sat, Sep 4 2010
  • Re: Intertextually relationship between Ps 22, 23, 24

    The greatest evidence I see to support Intertextual relationship is the fact that Christ quoted Psalms 22:1 on the Cross. Whenever possible, it is best to let the Word interpret the Word. Why not go to the Greatest Commentary Contributor for the answer we seek? It is obvious that He was experiencing strength from calling on Scripture. (Many believe
    Posted to General by Chris Thompson on Thu, Sep 2 2010
  • Re: Is there someone who knows?

    Hi; During my ongoing study of Romans, I ran across Martin Luther's Preface to Romans. I don't believe it is available in Logos, but can be found for free, by just googling it. In my opinion, Anyone studying Romans should take time to read it. God Bless you in your study
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Wed, Aug 11 2010
  • Notes appear in a translation

    I am new at this, but I have a question. Using Logos 4. There was a time when I opened the Amplified Bible and the Geneva notes were there also (yellow colored box beside the verse). Noticed today that they were gone. 1. How do I get it back? 2. Is it possible to add other notes, i.e., Wurest Word studies, etc.? Thank you, Kelly
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Kelly on Sat, Jun 19 2010
  • Re: Breath of life

    [quote user="nicky crane"]Previously I've always "corrected" them and explained it's because we can communicate with God. Now I need to rethink that. Thank you, Logos![/quote] I too was very glad to see the quote MJ posted. It was thought provoking. I started to comment on it yesterday, but thought better of it. Now I feel I must. Rethinking our position
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Fri, Jun 11 2010
  • Re: Breath of life

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"]But I've also got a competitive streak [/quote] I was just pondering. How wide does the streak have to become before the person is reduced to a streak on the competitive force?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Thu, Jun 10 2010
  • Re: Breath of life

    God isn't finished with us.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Thu, Jun 10 2010
  • Re: Breath of life

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] Plus I do have other things in my life that I need to be working on [/quote] Would it help if you knew that there are other insomniac excessive compulsive seekers who will guard the ship while you catch up on your procrastinations?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Thu, Jun 10 2010
  • Re: Breath of life

    Yes...me too...Praise God. I was very confused. I now see the original text as i hoped it would be...not affected by the translation.The KJV just translated it "life", as opposed to "breath" in the ESV. You mentioned that you considered "life" to be an adequate rendering. It certainly didn't solve the OP's question...but it sure brought new light to
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Thu, Jun 10 2010
  • Re: Breath of life

    [quote user="nicky crane"]When helping semi-literate Albanian villagers who have a limited vocabulary [/quote] Thanks; I hope this doesn't end up being a double post. I posted these thoughts some time ago...and as of yet, they have not appeared. I was just overwhelmed to have to admit that the interlinears and the exegetical guide were that unreliable
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Thu, Jun 10 2010
  • Re: Breath of life

    Nevermind
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Thu, Jun 10 2010
  • Re: Breath of life

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]or is what I have done above sufficient?[/quote] It would seem that the "original text" in an interlinear ( also in Logos exegetical guide) is directly tied to a particular translation. In Genesus 1:30, the word "breath" occurs in the ESV, but not in the NASB, KJ, or NKJ. So in those translations...it would appear that it
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Thu, Jun 10 2010
  • Re: Breath of life

    Gen 2:7 and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul. KJV Note that it says that man became a living soul. Consider the possibility that it is the combination of the physical being that God created and the spirit, or breath of life that he breathed into him, that caused man to BE a soul. Hence the theology that man
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Wed, Jun 9 2010
  • Re: Slow Logos 4

    OK; I bit the bullet and bought a new system. ...i7 920, 9G RAM, 640G HD, 1G graphics card. Without a doubt...i see some improvement over my old system. HOWEVER...The ratio of money spent vs performance gained does not compute. I will have to join the camp that holds that the performance issues are not directly tied to out of date (3rd world) computers
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Thompson on Mon, May 17 2010
  • Re: Netbook and L4. Or L3?

    I have joined the netbook generation, also. Granted, there is time for a sip of coffee while it accesses some files...Is that really a bad thing? Shouldn't reflection be at the center of our study? This little guy tags along to a babbling brook, or a mountain top. I can breathe in God's awesome creation, while it loads....What's the rush?
    Posted to General by Chris Thompson on Fri, Apr 2 2010
  • Re: best laptop/specs to run logos 4

    I emailed Sony support. They were not as prompt as you were. it has been a year or more. i really don't see any major slow-downs the way it is. i would be willing to upgrade the ram...if i knew for sure i wouldn't make it worse...so i guess i'm back to square one...just live with the amount of ram that i have. Thanks again for responding...God Bless
    Posted to General by Chris Thompson on Thu, Apr 1 2010
  • Re: best laptop/specs to run logos 4

    [quote user="Richard DeRuiter"] dedicated Video card with lots of RAM. An even bigger factor, I believe, is the CPU. L4 does take advantage of quad-core technology, so, if you're considering a new computer, something like an i7 would be a huge advantage over a dual core, or even a core2 duo. [/quote] Forgive me for butting in with my own issue. This
    Posted to General by Chris Thompson on Thu, Apr 1 2010
  • Re: A.A. Hodge March Madness Not a Good Deal: Retail price is 2X - $59, should be $29

    Jeremiah 17:11... A Fool and His Ill-Gotten Money Are Soon Parted.
    Posted to General by Chris Thompson on Wed, Mar 31 2010
  • Re: A.A. Hodge March Madness Not a Good Deal: Retail price is 2X - $59, should be $29

    The ones who will agree with you, don't need your explaination...The ones who need your explaination, will never agree with you. You are limited to a very small audience....Kinda like preachin' to the choir.
    Posted to General by Chris Thompson on Wed, Mar 31 2010
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