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  • Bible Review Missing

    OK, so all of my resources from the Ultimate Archaeology Collection are in Logos 4 (as far as I can tell), except the Bible Review Archives. I have the licenses all synced, but it doesn't download the Bible Review issues. Is there an easy way to transfer the files, or is this just unavailable in Logos 4?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Joseph Turner on Sun, Apr 29 2012
  • Re: Ben Witherington's "The Gospel Code"

    The two volumes already available from the set are: Interpreting the Parables $16.95 The Jesus Quest 16.95 I think both are quite valuable.
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Sun, Apr 29 2012
  • Re: Ben Witherington's "The Gospel Code"

    You can get it as part of the following upcoming collection (release 5/11): IVP Jesus Studies Collection (15 vols.) I already had The Jesus Quest , so I bought Interpreting the Parables , which I already had in paper, so that I can now get the collection upgrade for $166.05. It would be nice to get it by itself, but this collection looks pretty good
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Sun, Apr 29 2012
  • Re: Updating Resource Links?

    This is indeed great news. I figured that this was the case, but I just didn't know for sure.
    Posted to General by Joseph Turner on Sat, Apr 28 2012
  • Updating Resource Links?

    Just out of curiousity, is it a priority at Logos to go back and update links from older resources when newer resources come out. For example, let's say that a book is released today that references a commentary or resource that is not created for Logos for another year. Does Logos make it a priority to update those links from time to time so that they
    Posted to General by Joseph Turner on Fri, Apr 27 2012
  • Re: Why is Theological Journals 14 Pre-pub at $49.95

    I got ya. I was just wondering if there was something special here. I have not had the money to buy them since I got 1-10, even though I would love to have the rest.
    Posted to General by Joseph Turner on Wed, Apr 25 2012
  • Why is Theological Journals 14 Pre-pub at $49.95

    Theological Journal Library, vol. 14 Isn't that the price that they sell them all for after they are released? I didn't see anything extra that would make them more expensive.
    Posted to General by Joseph Turner on Wed, Apr 25 2012
  • Re: Trade-in program for paper books

    [quote user="alabama24"] [quote user="Joseph Turner"]even though I think some have missed my point, all of the comments have been valid and appreciated[/quote] By the way, I also appreciate your tag line: [quote user="Joseph Turner"] Disclaimer: I hate using messaging, texting, and email for real communication. If anything that I type to you seems like
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Wed, Apr 25 2012
  • Re: Trade-in program for paper books

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] I share the reservations some have voiced regarding making Logos a used-paper-book reseller. However, maybe this doesn't need to kill the idea. The point in case is that some people already own a book in either paper or another bible software, thus they feel a bit reluctant to spend money on Logos resources. The idea seems to
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Wed, Apr 25 2012
  • Re: Trade-in program for paper books

    LOL, ok thanks.
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Wed, Apr 25 2012
  • Re: Trade-in program for paper books

    It does also depend on the book you have though, as some do get more than others, but many are not accepted at all.
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Wed, Apr 25 2012
  • Re: Trade-in program for paper books

    No, I sold it through amazon proper. The buy back program only gives you change on the dollar.
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Wed, Apr 25 2012
  • Re: Trade-in program for paper books

    I only missed the point that you THINK I was making. The point is not for Logos to start a lucrative business selling used books, but to encourage people to buy the books that they already own in Logos format. It would be no different than giving a discount, only they would have something tangible to offload somewhere else. As for losing money, people
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Wed, Apr 25 2012
  • Re: Trade-in program for paper books

    I think anything would be helpful. I just sold my Pillar New Testament Commentary on Ephesians through amazon.com. I bought it new for about $29.00, and I sold it for $23.00. Once the fees and shipping hit, I got $16.00. I would happily take half a book's worth for the convenience of having Logos sell it. And again, I won't make much selling a book
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Tue, Apr 24 2012
  • Re: Trade-in program for paper books

    Alabama (I am just north of Birmingham by the way), the point is not that I want to sell books, but that I think it would really help Logos sell a considerable amount more books.
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Tue, Apr 24 2012
  • Re: Trade-in program for paper books

    Mark, The point is not for them to make money selling the books. I was just saying that there is no reason for them to lose money. The point is that they would make it easier on their customers to buy their Logos books. The iPad app is free, and they spend a lot of time and resources on it, but it has made it much more convenient for me to read my Logos
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Tue, Apr 24 2012
  • Trade-in program for paper books

    Not long ago I sent in 2 old cell phones to a company. I went to the website and gave them the type and condition of the phones. They then quoted me a price ($80 each), sent me a box, and then sent me a check for the amount within 2 weeks of receipt. This got me to thinking. Logos should have a trade-in program for paper books. They could do similar
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Tue, Apr 24 2012
  • Titles by David Aune

    I would like to see the following titles by David Aune: The Westminster Dictionary of New Testament and Early Christian Literature and Rhetoric Prophecy in Early Christianity and the Ancient Mediterranean World The New Testament in Its Literary Environment (Library of Early Christianity) Apocalypticism, Prophecy, and Magic in Early Christianity: Collected
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Mon, Apr 23 2012
  • Ben Witherington on Women

    I would really like to see all of Ben Witherington's works in Logos, but I would specifically like to see: Women in the Earliest Churches (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series) Women in the Ministry of Jesus: A Study of Jesus' Attitudes to Women and their Roles as Reflected in His Earthly Life (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph
    Posted to Suggestions by Joseph Turner on Sun, Apr 22 2012
  • Re: Thank you Logos for the amazing Bible software.

    + another. Any complaint or concern that I ever have starts with the assumption that I am extremely happy with Logos software. I am afraid that sometimes it doesn't come across that way.
    Posted to General by Joseph Turner on Wed, Apr 11 2012
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