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  • Re: Resources about the recommended Name to use in prayer.

    You might want to check out Praying Through the Names of God .
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rosie Perera on Today
  • Re: Attn Denise

    [quote user="DAL"] Denise, MJ and Rosie are not your average gals. They’re very smart ... [/quote] I appreciate the compliment, but you're essentially saying average gals are not very smart. Hmm... Thanks EastTN for noticing and commenting on it too. Sorry I had to go and be more blunt in my response, but I couldn't let that stand. (I guess I
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Tue, Sep 18 2018
  • Re: Your thoughts on 'Calls to Worship: a pocket resource"

    I have it and use it from time to time and like it. Here's an excerpt:
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Mon, Sep 17 2018
  • Re: Bio on John Stott

    I think Timothy Dudley-Smith's two-volume biography published by IVP is the definitive one. I haven't read it, but the first volume won the 2001 John Pollock Award for Christian Biography. Not available in Logos, unfortunately. John Stott: The Making of a Leader: A Biography of the Early Years John Stott: A Global Ministry: A Biography of the Later
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Fri, Sep 14 2018
  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    I would recommend anything by Denis O. Lamoureux, particularly I Love Jesus & I Accept Evolution , which was written specifically to address the question of the Bible and dinosaurs. Unfortunately, it's not in Logos, but Lamoureux is a contributor to two books that are available in Logos: Four Views on the Historical Adam and How I Changed My Mind
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Wed, Sep 12 2018
  • Re: Best Way to Scroll Through Commentaries

    Use Link Sets . Open your Bible on one side of your layout and several commentaries that you want to check out in multiple tabs on the other side. Set them all to the same Link Set. Now as your scroll verse by verse in your Bible, the commentaries will scroll together to the same verse. You can view all the commentaries in order by using Ctrl+PgDn to
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rosie Perera on Sun, Sep 9 2018
  • Re: Completely off Topic(ish) Visiting Mississaugu Canada

    There are several Logosians in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) -- check this thread . Sadly, Milford Charles Murray, who was one of them, is no longer with us. Would have been lovely to go to a church service with him and chat over coffee afterwards. Someday in the Great White Beyond...
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Wed, Sep 5 2018
  • Re: Recommended resources to study convictions (firmly held beliefs).

    Try searching on ASSURANCE (πληροφορία). I found this entry in A Critical Lexicon and Concordance to the English and Greek New Testament . ASSURANCE 1. πίστις, faith, the trust which one entertains or puts in a person or thing. Parallel to this is the meaning of conviction; a conviction
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rosie Perera on Wed, Aug 29 2018
  • Re: Still Evangelical

    [quote user="Kenute P. Curry"] This is why I am so thankful for Amazon Kindle. I can buy any book at any time with them. It is absolutely beyond ridiculous that books are Region Restricted. [/quote] Cannot buy Still Evangelical for Kindle from Canada. :-(
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Rosie Perera on Wed, Aug 29 2018
  • Re: Still Evangelical

    Bummer. I can't buy it either, in Canada. :-(
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Rosie Perera on Tue, Aug 28 2018
  • Re: Spelling of appearance

    This is a common typo, apparently. There are 101 appearances of it in my library. I'm not going to bother going through and reporting them all. But searching/reporting such common typos, once a single reported instance suggests there might be more, should be something that could be automated.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Rosie Perera on Sat, Aug 25 2018
  • Re: Christian books on ebooks.noet.com

    Oh my, that looks like a mistake to have them listed on Noet at all. The Noet brand was created with the intent of keeping the Christian stuff off of it so that it appeals to secular scholars who have no Christian commitment. Scholarly studies of Christian texts, OK, but Christian living titles? Not so much.
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Rosie Perera on Wed, Aug 15 2018
  • Re: Reference?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] There are some styles that use author/book only once or even in the bibliography and then use only author/page inline thereafter rather than footnotes or endnotes. I've seen this in friends' work in psychology and medicine - don't know the name(s) of the style. [/quote] Yes, that style is fine and is quite widely used. But Storms
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sun, Jul 29 2018
  • Re: Reference?

    [quote user="Blair Laird"] I am not sure why logos does not show the reference on this [/quote] Storms apparently didn't do his citations very carefully. He does mention the title of Kreeft's book in one of the locations where he quotes from it (but not the first). And he cites Alan Schreck several places with just page numbers and doesn't mention the
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sun, Jul 29 2018
  • Re: URGENT: need lower bid points for OT300 OT Theology: Waltke

    Or, you could buy Waltke's Old Testament Theology audio course (nearly 25 hours, as opposed to only 16), for about $78 Canadian (about $60 US) from Regent Audio, and it's available to download right now , you don't have to wait for Faithlife to get enough bids for it... Just sayin'. And I know the policy, so I won't provide the link, but you can easily
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Rosie Perera on Sun, Jul 29 2018
  • Re: Undo Button

    There's no Undo Button, but Ctrl+Z works for Undo in the same way you'd expect in any Windows app, for some actions in Logos. Some things cannot be undone, such as deleting a document or an entry in Favorites. I don't know if there is a definitive list anywhere of what can and cannot be undone. But edits in Notes certainly can. Highlighting can't be
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sat, Jul 28 2018
  • David Bentley Hart's new translation of The New Testament (Yale University Press, 2017)

    It would be good to get this in Logos: A Mind-Bending Translation of the New Testament David Bentley Hart’s text recaptures the awkward, multivoiced power of the original. https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2018/01/the-new-testament-a-translation-david-bentley-hart/546551/ Particularly interesting for Logos because of this (excerpt from
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Fri, Jul 27 2018
  • Re: Books That Cannot Be Bought But Show Up with Price $0

    [quote user="doc"] You can purchase them as part of a collection only. [/quote] Then by definition they aren't "free" so they shouldn't show up in the list of products with price $0. You can't buy the associated book without the study guide, so the collection of book + study guide has one price, and the study guide is not "free".
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Wed, Jul 25 2018
  • Re: Britannica?

    [quote user="DAL"]That’s why it’s called the No-et Edition (No this, no that, etc.). 😂🤡😁[/quote]
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Tue, Jul 24 2018
  • Re: Question for Faithlife re: Ancient Christian Writers: Augustine on the Psalms

    I'm not a Faithlife employee, but they already have many more volumes in the ACW series, including a 12-volume collection of Augustine: https://www.logos.com/product/40939/ancient-christian-writers-st-augustine-collection And the entire 66-volume bundle https://www.logos.com/product/40940/ancient-christian-writers-bundle Do you have any evidence that
    Posted to Catholic Products by Rosie Perera on Sat, Jul 21 2018
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