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  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] (I've been thinking about a structural recovery of the content, but obviously without FL's permission, that'd be quite a severe copyright violation…) [/quote] Is it their content?? I don't remember signing away my copyrights to FL. I seriously doubt extracting user content would be any kind of violation. As far as I'm
    Posted to Lexham Press by David Paul on Fri, Dec 14 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    I'm not sure what good any discussion would produce, since Logos is in the habit of cutting things off without recourse. I had many ChristianDiscourse conversations I wanted to have access to but they all evaporated.
    Posted to Lexham Press by David Paul on Fri, Dec 14 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="Titus Wesley"]I'd suggest that the best work today still comes from Peter Ruckman, despite his many detractors.[/quote] There you go...that's his name. [quote user="David Paul"]Fwiw, I've also seen some captivating KJVO material on Youtube. There's this guy that draws elaborate pictures while he preaches . Quite a specimen.[/quote] Ruckman
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Thu, Dec 13 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="David Ames"] [quote user="David Paul"] This thread has has gotten me wondering...when is Logos going to start carrying resources in support of Flat Earth? [/quote] Any particular references that you would recommend on the subject? [/quote] Youtube? Facebook?
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Sat, Dec 8 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    This thread has has gotten me wondering...when is Logos going to start carrying resources in support of Flat Earth?
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Fri, Dec 7 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="EastTN"] One book that might be useful is God's Secretaries: The Making of the King James Bible . What's nice about it is that it discusses the making of the KJV, its literary qualities and its cultural and religious impact without getting into the "KJV-only" debate. It's a good reminder of why some people still value that translation so
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]One could mark the divide, perhaps, by asking i[f] scripture is read or proclaimed in worship.[/quote] Well, certainly, in the Tanakh: there is more reference to what we consider to be Scripture being "called" (i.e. spoken). Indeed, the Qaraites (Karaites) identify their chosen distance and separation from Rabbinic teachings
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    Not Catholic, but a check of this page shows the Bible that are part of the Verbum Portfolio package. Douay-Rheims is old school. Newer are NABRE, RSVCE, NRSVCE, and there are others. NABRE is probably the most common of these in American churches.
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: For Lands Sakes, Don't Cancel Your Brill Etymological Prepub

    [quote user="Denise"]And, yes, etymo's are dangerous in a Sunday sermon, but at least have a good one to check.[/quote] It's possible to O.D. on almost anything, but that doesn't mean it's bad for you. One of Barr's most famous moments was his supposed "success" in showing the foolhardiness of etymological validities. He thereby convinced a lot of people
    Posted to General by David Paul on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="Josh Hunt"]I am curious, how is this issue different for Catholics. Ignorant question, I am sure, please help. [/quote] Well, there's the historical component, of course. The Western Catholic church used the Latin Vulgate for the majority of their existence. English wasn't even a thought, much less a consideration.
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="Denise"] Per the Logos page above, this is the one to beat: " the most formidable defense of the priority of the Byzantine text yet published in our day." https://www.amazon.com/Identity-New-Testament-Text/dp/0840757441 Per the reviewers, it smashes up modern day criticism. [/quote] Oh, this one looks much more fun and effective...I just
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="Graham Owen"] [quote user="David Paul"]It seems to me that the greatest motivating factor in the KJV only debate is the desire to circumvent the entire need for textual criticism. [/quote] Except as soon as a choice has to be made between two or more manuscripts reading then Textual Criticism applies so whether people accept it or not Textus
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="SineNomine"]David Paul, do you have a book recommendation in light of your theological considerations?[/quote] The only book(s) I have read on the subject were dead tree versions, and they have been mentioned above (White...possibly Carson?). I think they are available in Logos. Taken as a whole, I find the subject tedious. Like I said
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: Kjv only

    [quote user="Graham Owen"]For those advocating the KJV, or more accurately in many case Textus Receptus, the best of the Thesis available, in my opinion, are the ones that don't rely on a character assassination of Westcott and Hort but focus on the methodology of textual criticism i.e. they discuss theory rather than attack the person.[/quote] It seems
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Wed, Dec 5 2018
  • Re: Center for New Testament Textual Studies' New Testament Critical Apparatus

    This should be included in a Base Package.
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Tue, Dec 4 2018
  • Re: L7 on two different computers has different Library count?

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Thankful closing sections improves responsiveness (noticeably quicker to update two sections instead of all)[/quote] Yes, I noticed this, too...though the word that comes to mind isn't "thankful" so much as "relieved". Being thankful that the current state of things isn't the equivalent of the raging pit of hell
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Paul on Mon, Dec 3 2018
  • Re: L7 on two different computers has different Library count?

    [quote user="Denise"]Libby's also easier to read. Not sure why.[/quote] This fact is a point I haven't made since the days right after L4 came out. I caught a lot of flak from the Logos cheering squad (many who went on to sport stars on thars), but looking at the screen shots above, it's pretty evident how much L3 POPS! compared to L7, which looks like
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Paul on Mon, Dec 3 2018
  • Re: L7 on two different computers has different Library count?

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Tool => Information can be configured to update: Hover or Click (with Hover providing Information update with no clicks)[/quote] The hover option is a move in the right direction, except that on my current system (i7 w/ 16g RAM) it takes 3-5 seconds to populate (L3 is near instantaneous), and even then the Info
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Paul on Sun, Dec 2 2018
  • Re: L7 on two different computers has different Library count?

    [quote user="David Ames"]Please be so kind as to list those features - Thanks.[/quote] <--- I've done that so many times over the years my tongue is lolling...see? But I can make a quick list: 1) First and foremost, Notes pop-up windows don't just provide a tiny keyhole to peep through, as they do in L4-L8, which show only the first few lines of
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Paul on Sat, Dec 1 2018
  • Re: TYPO: Expositor's Bible Commentary Vol. 4 (Job)

    Thanks. I'll report a typo.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sat, Dec 1 2018
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