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  • Re: OT: Tablet with wired connection?

    I have no problem connecting to wifi. I am also a "wired whenever possible" person.
    Posted to General by Francis on Tue, Aug 4 2020
  • Re: OT: Tablet with wired connection?

    [quote user="Robert Neely"]Have you looked at ethernet adapters that connect to the tablet via the usb port?[/quote] Yes, this is what I meant. But not all tablets are able to detect an ethernet connection. That's why I am looking for recommendations.
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, Jul 25 2020
  • OT: Tablet with wired connection?

    Does anyone know a current model of a tablet that can be used with a wired connection (via an ethernet adapter)? I am asking for straightforward compatibility as in, you plug in the adapter and the cable to it and you're connected. Not complicated stuff like rooting and installing x applications. I would like to have the ability to connect via wire
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, Jul 25 2020
  • Re: Enable/Disable device resources online?

    Thank you, Kevin. I also found that in the search panel, there is a library (cloud) category that will produce results from resources not downloaded locally.
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, Jul 18 2020
  • Enable/Disable device resources online?

    Does anyone know whether it is possible to manage owned resources downloads online? I know I can check/uncheck which devices I want specific resources to be downloaded to from the desktop library information pane. However, does that not require a local download of these resources to the desktop first? What is someone does not want to download their
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, Jul 18 2020
  • Re: Can I give my Logos 8 bible software away?

    [quote user="Larry Parker"]Maybe I should keep at least a bare bones copy of Logos for the Judgement Day? [/quote] As long as you ensure you keep the right denominational package to secure entrance
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, Jul 11 2020
  • Re: Can I give my Logos 8 bible software away?

    Oh Larry, I am so grieved to read about your ordeal. As someone who knows prolonged and really difficult trials all too well and know of others who are having it even worse, I can only say, hang in there. It is so difficult to understand how the Lord's sovereignty relates to what we go through individually and it is debilitating for sufferings to go
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, Jul 11 2020
  • Re: The Ultimate Cross-Reference Treasury

    The value of this resource would be greatly expanded if the symbols are searchable.
    Posted to Suggestions by Francis on Wed, May 27 2020
  • Re: The Word Elohim

    [quote user="Lee"] Spamming threads with contentious, even dubious, theological propositions is not helpful . [/quote] @Lee, you're right time to stop here. @David, I suggest we continue the discussion via the Faithlife messenger if you'd like to.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Tue, May 26 2020
  • Re: The Word Elohim

    [quote user="David Paul"]Looking at particular "use cases" in the Bible and making "grammar rule deductions" from them is precarious and subject to error.[/quote] [quote user="David Paul"]There are an uncountable number of singulars translated as plurals and vice versa, shifts from first to third person and back again, and singular nouns/plural verbs
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Tue, May 26 2020
  • Re: The Word Elohim

    [quote user="David Paul"]Actually, it is. PLURAL + PLURAL = PLURAL...all day, every day.[/quote] Throughout the OT, starting with Genesis 1, God (Elohim) is a plural noun yet refers to a singular entity. Elohim (pl.) created (sg.) Gen 1:1 Then Elohim (pl.) said (sg.) Gen 1:3 Elohim (pl.) saw (sg.) and Elohim (pl.) separated (sg.) Gen 1:4 And a huge
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Mon, May 25 2020
  • Re: Emotional Responses by God to People

    [quote user="Denise"]But Lee's solution works.[/quote] What do you mean? For me the discussion has always been about finding solutions to the sort of query Kenneth proposed. This requires semantic fields that can be targeted in searches so that they can be combined with other arguments. I still don't see any other solution beside LN and BSL. Perhaps
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sun, May 24 2020
  • Re: Emotional Responses by God to People

    [quote user="Denise"]I assume NIDOTTE has LN numbers for each entry?[/quote] No. This is what the header line looks like in NIDOTTE: The referenced numbers are G/K Hebrew numbers. This is what a semantic fields index entry looks like: Again only G/K numbers cross-referenced. The semantic field is not searchable as such.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sun, May 24 2020
  • Re: New Hebrew Semantic Domain Dictionary

    [quote user="HJ. van der Wal"] NIDOTTE contains an index of semantic fields.[/quote] Regrettably, there are no reference numbers assigned to semantic fields in NIDOTTE and so one cannot use them as arguments to combine with others in searches as one can with LN.
    Posted to Suggestions by Francis on Sat, May 23 2020
  • Re: New Hebrew Semantic Domain Dictionary

    [quote user="Denise"] In the example below, I put an LN TOC on the left, with a CitedBy linked (in the example, it's checking any of my hebrew lexicons, especially DBL). In this case, with a selected LN code, DBL cites the code in several entries ... DBL on the right expands any selected. [/quote] Good one!
    Posted to Suggestions by Francis on Sat, May 23 2020
  • Re: Emotional Responses by God to People

    [quote user="Lee"]A couple of intermediate steps are involved but the result is worth it.[/quote] Do you know of a way to combine the results of this ordering of DBL with a query such as that which Kenneth asked about? The cross-referenced thread does not speak directly to that and for now I can't think of how this could be done (same with NIDOTTE's
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sat, May 23 2020
  • Re: Emotional Responses by God to People

    One option is to try building a search based on semantic fields lexical ranges with God as subject, agent or patient. For instance, in the NT, look up the broader umbrella that corresponds to emotions in Louw and Nida. Alternatively, see if you can use the Bible Sense Lexicon, moving upward from the more specific to higher categories. I have not tried
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sat, May 23 2020
  • Re: Intertext missing from the Psalms?

    A useful resources for Logos and to draw from here would be: A. Bendavid. Parallels in the Bible. Jerusalem: Karta, 1972. https://www.amazon.ca/Parallels-Bible-Hebrew-Abba-Bendavid/dp/9652208094 (Hebrew) and The English translation, The Twice Told Tale: https://www.amazon.com/Twice-Told-Tale-Parallels-Bible/dp/9652208868
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, May 9 2020
  • Re: May 2020 FOBTM Live

    [quote user="MWW"]I'm not sure who at Faithlife is in charge of selecting the FBOM but I would like to suggest more conservative leaning resources[/quote] Without intending to start a theological debate violating the forums guidelines (although if anyone wants to, I am open to private discussion via faithlife messaging or to a group discussion on faithlife
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, May 2 2020
  • Re: Workflows too unwieldy

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] The first time or two it may be a bit annoying but keep at it ... it becomes an interesting challenge - better than any crossword or jigsaw puzzles. You develop a real sense of pride in the creativity you applied, the interesting rabbit holes you found, new piece of trivia to regal clergy friends with ... I swear this really
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, May 2 2020
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