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  • Re: God as Father

    [quote user="Ted Harms"] How would I do I Bible search to find all the references which refer to to God as Father? Thanks for your help. [/quote] Not to seem (fill in negative adjective of choice), but the very best answer is...READ THE BIBLE. You will never know if you are achieving maximal completion of whatever inquiry you have if you are depending
    Posted to General by David Paul on Mon, Jun 24 2019
  • SUGGESTION: Abraham Heschel's "The Prophets"

    This classic title (originally in 2 volumes) has a 5 STAR rating based on 85 reviews ...and it isn't available in Logos???? PrePub should be skipped altogether and it should be acquired and produced just to remove the stain of absence.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Sat, Jun 22 2019
  • SUGGESTION: Brill's "Themes in Biblical Narrative" series

    This is a high-quality series that includes many prophetically rich subjects. FL should get these for Logos, but as always when dealing with Brill and their nose-bleed prices, they need to emphasize the Bloomsbury approach of slashing prices in order to broaden their market and their reach. I have purchased one or two used hard copies from this series
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Sat, Jun 22 2019
  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    [quote user="David Paul"]The integrated platform (no more five accounts to manage)?[/quote] I re-read this section again, and I think I completely misread and misunderstood what you were saying.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Fri, Jun 21 2019
  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    I'm an outlier, so much of this isn't in my purview, but on this point... [quote user="Bob Pritchett"]Should the message focus on: Integration with biblical content / education? The integrated platform (no more five accounts to manage)? [/quote] I'm assuming you are referencing Logos/Verbum/Faithlife Ebooks/etc. (if not, let me know and/or ignore my
    Posted to General by David Paul on Fri, Jun 21 2019
  • SUGGESTION: Old Testament Ethics for the People of God

    There are many Christopher J. H. Wright books in Logos, but a book with 18 5-star reviews on Amazon seems like it should be one of them. Please add this to Logos.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Fri, Jun 21 2019
  • Re: Translation of Gen. 1:1...scholars know better.

    Thanks...think I've got all of those. Haven't got to them yet. A couple are in my "Must Read" category, along with about a hundred or so other things.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Fri, Jun 21 2019
  • Re: Logos 8 Messianic Jewish Base Packages - Now Available!

    Hebrew Roots was originally non-Jews who took a pro-Tohraah perspective to the Bible and religious practice. Generally, these were folks who weren't attracted to Judaism, particularly rabbinism, but who tried to live as Yeishuua` lived (i.e. doing what the Father says), having a perspective aligned with 1 Jn. 3:7 NASB...righteousness is practiced; not
    Posted to General by David Paul on Wed, Jun 19 2019
  • Re: Translation of Gen. 1:1...scholars know better.

    If there are any other recommendations on the topic of Gen. 1:1 (discrete) vs. Gen. 1:1-3 (inclusive), they would be appreciated.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Tue, Jun 18 2019
  • Re: ANNOUNCE: Discontinuation of Libronix Services

    [quote user="Jim Campbell"] I am looking for a copy of Libronix 3.0g file. Does anyone have a copy. My portable hard drive crashed and I didn't have it backed up. Thanks, jim [/quote] "Crashed" how? Like BSoD "crashed"? Or the disk doesn't spin "crashed"? If it's just some form of registry error or similar, you may be able to reinstall your old school
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Paul on Tue, Jun 18 2019
  • Re: Hebrew Bible Background ?

    [quote user="Denise"]In theory[/quote] Good thing we aren't dealing with an outlier... Wait, what?
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sat, Jun 15 2019
  • Re: Hebrew Bible Background ?

    I'm familiar with Cohen and have ordered this because I want have a title by him in Logos. I think I may have even requested that FL acquire some of his works some time back. He has a level-headed approach to the facts in evidence. The other book is on a topic I'm increasingly exasperated with, the "parallels" of the Tanakh w/ ANE documents. My frustration
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sat, Jun 15 2019
  • Re: Translation of Gen. 1:1...scholars know better.

    [quote user="Thomas Pape"] from the Jewish point of view : Ariel’s Bible commentary: the book of Genesis .... "This verse records the original creation, which is preliminary to the work of the six days. It is an independent clause that provides an introduction to this section. Here, the number seven is prominent. In the Hebrew text, there are
    Posted to General by David Paul on Thu, Jun 13 2019
  • Re: Translation of Gen. 1:1...scholars know better.

    [quote user="m wilson"]The point is not that the narrator telling the story was standing on the earth at the time, it is that the earth is the focus of the narrative and the narrative is answering the basic question of a human observer, "where do all this come from?" The thing is, the "all this" from an ANE perspective does not include cosmological
    Posted to General by David Paul on Wed, Jun 12 2019
  • Re: BACK BUTTON or UNDO for Notes

    Back when L4 was still wet behind the ears, I asked for this. I got this response... Ctrl-Z
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Wed, Jun 12 2019
  • Re: Suggestion:"God without parts" & "All that is in God" - James Dolezal

    The extra long set of characters is "add on" that allows for tracking where the page for the book "came from", i.e. where it was linked from (along with other personally identifying info, I suppose). For Amazon product pages, you can delete everything including and after "ref=" and then hit ENTER. That will give you the "naked" product page. https:
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Wed, Jun 12 2019
  • Re: Translation of Gen. 1:1...scholars know better.

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Worded in this manner, no. However if you are genuinely interested in what the academicians say, these are the discussions I usually go back to:[/quote] I appreciate the references. I have Sarna and Speiser. I don't have Berit Olam yet...expecting to pick it up if/when I ever get Ultimate. This paragraph from Berit Olam: [quote
    Posted to General by David Paul on Wed, Jun 12 2019
  • Re: Translation of Gen. 1:1...scholars know better.

    [quote user="m wilson"] Notice that Heiser's difficulty is that he understands the grammar and structure but misses the point of the narrative and as you point out, it creates serious conflict. But what if Gen 1 is not telling you how everything in the universe was made or that God is outside of time. Why can't it be describing what creation looks like
    Posted to General by David Paul on Wed, Jun 12 2019
  • Re: Translation of Gen. 1:1...scholars know better.

    Mystery...okay. I suppose. But He Authored the Bible for the purpose of revelation...for the purpose of making Himself, His will, and His ways KNOWN. He doesn't do that completely...one could even say He doesn't do it perfectly, since doing it completely clearly isn't His objective...YET. But, as He revealed, there is nothing hidden that won't be revealed
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sun, Jun 9 2019
  • Re: Translation of Gen. 1:1...scholars know better.

    From the Heiser video (@ 25:50): "It sounds like everything in verses 1 & 2 are just prep--they're not really happening. They're the writer describing what conditions ( now catch this! )...the writer is describing conditions that already exist before God actually creates anything ... before God actually speaks anything into existence." Plain and
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sat, Jun 8 2019
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