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  • Re: Confusion: Tyndale Commentaries (49 vols) & (58 vols)

    I clicked the 58 volume set link, and arrived to find two incompatible phenomena: the purchase button is grayed out and says I own the whole collection, while the individual volume list that is beneath it shows that 9 of the volumes don't have the green "you own this" symbol (making 49 that I own). This page clearly needs attention.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sat, Oct 13 2018
  • Re: Is Logos 8 coming out soon?

    My hope is that when it does come out, there will be a significant restructuring of the base packages, particularly at the upper tiers...I want Diamond, Portfolio, and Collector's to be chock full of new titles (i.e. things that have never been in base packages before). Last time CE7 had the Eerdmans Reference Bundle...it would be great if a comparable
    Posted to General by David Paul on Fri, Oct 12 2018
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    First, is the Galaxie bundle part of the Master Bundle or separate? I really, really, really, really, really want FL to be more active and effective at making more scholarly journals available in Logos. The majority of the journals in these bundles are denominational and ministerial in focus. With the exception of JBL, JETS, and BibSac, I very rarely
    Posted to General by David Paul on Tue, Oct 2 2018
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    Another possibility is that people have just become jaded with the whole PrePub process. I know that to some extent that is true for me. I've had so many requests take forever or never even start the process. While I'm pretty sure that I've got my orders in on the journal bundles, I've gotten so used to buying dead tree items over the last year or so
    Posted to General by David Paul on Wed, Sep 26 2018
  • SUGGESTION: Journal Suggestion -- Prooftexts

    I have encountered numerous citations of the journal Prooftexts recently and I haven't requested it myself nor recall it being requested by anyone else. Please add it to the growing lists of journals that Logos should (ought...must) add to its stable ASAP. Thanks.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Tue, Sep 25 2018
  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    [quote user="J. Remington Bowling"]In fact, it hasn't been until the last few decades with modern scholarship techniques and scientific paradigms that we've been able to make a compelling case that Genesis isn't saying what it appears to be saying.[/quote] Do tell.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Mon, Sep 24 2018
  • Re: Soon Shipping: Dictionary of the Bible and Ancient Media

    [quote user="Denise"]More along the lines of squishy vs hard-info. Sort of like NT discourse. Some like; some don't. I typically don't like squishy.[/quote] In case you didn't pick up on it, Denise is using a terminus technicus in order to tempt forumites to buy the book. There is a whole extended article on the scholarly term "squishy" in the Dictionary
    Posted to General by David Paul on Mon, Sep 24 2018
  • FL Should Develop Some Comprehensive Collections by Subject

    For instance, theodicy. There are dozens of books on this subject, and many are considered classics or "must haves" for those studying the topic. Not so many can be found in Logos. While I understand the concept of PrePub, I really think that at times FL shoots itself in the foot with their slavish adherence to this approach. It may be scary, but I
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Mon, Sep 24 2018
  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    The point I'm trying to establish, in light of the OPs question about "what is 'the' Christian response to the fact of dinosaur bones" may very well be "they require no response". I doubt you will find anything in Logos to make that case, but logic (despite MJ's disapproval) and Scripture indicate that fossils are a "tempting non issue"...and are deliberately
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]This is a false statement on many grounds.[/quote] Well, perhaps it is to you, with your penchant for formal logic. I'm speaking informally, as people pretty much have to do unless they intend to break out p's and q's. If you feel that light "naturally" occurs without a star to produce it, have at it.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    I haven't fully read what's on this page , but it gets at what I'm suggesting. Creating stars in the sky by fiat REQUIRES that they have a much longer apparent lifespan (due to distance of light traveled) than the moments/seconds/minutes/etc. that would be experienced by earth-bound observers. Preferring a "natural" explanation to the Biblically-revealed
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="David Paul"] That wasn't a rhetorical question...I'd really like to know where that clod of information came from. [/quote] Your problem is a bit closer to home. I like Manatho (in Logos) and Philo of Byblos (not). As the Egyptian rock histories inched their way backwards in time, the Alexandrian jews were confronted
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    [quote user="David Paul"] [quote user="Rick Carmickle"]The universe is 14.3 billion years old[/quote] Since when? [/quote] That wasn't a rhetorical question...I'd really like to know where that clod of information came from.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    Imo, you were more on track here... [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"]there is absolutely no objective data about them- period- other than bones[/quote] ...than here... [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"]Did they exist at some point, yes[/quote] There are very good reasons to doubt dinosaurs ever lived.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sun, Sep 23 2018
  • Re: Carta!

    [quote user="Dave Palmer"]My reaction to that image is the same as yours Petah. Not positive at all. Every time I see it pop up in this thread I cringe.[/quote] I had to laugh when I saw it, because it struck me as classic DAL. And yeah, it is the universal internet meme for snark.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Thu, Sep 20 2018
  • Re: Logos 8 Wishlist

    [quote user="David McAllan"]The biggest improve I'd like to see is the end of the indexing . It is an absolute bugbear and I have a 7 core processor.[/quote] Since I occasionally complain about Logos & FL (just did in another post), I feel the need to be positive when I can be. Since L4 came out, I've never had the kinds of problems with indexing
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Paul on Thu, Sep 20 2018
  • Re: So...what would make you buy more books from Logos?

    Have you used one of these pens, and does it work as effectively and efficiently as described? One thing I know it won't do is create a footnote.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Wed, Sep 19 2018
  • Re: Can someone help me learn how to use these resources? :)(Jewish studies)

    [quote user="Mike Tourangeau"]Now I would like to learn how the Jews understood the giving of the Torah and angels. ( Acts 7:38 + Vs 53) ( Gal 3:19 ) What set me off on it was the author of Hebrews showing how Christ is greater than the angels.[/quote] Be careful about the term "angels"...it doesn't necessarily refer to angels. The word just means
    Posted to General by David Paul on Wed, Sep 19 2018
  • Re: Exegetical summaries returning to their former glory

    I've been stuck in quicksand over this issue for at least a decade. I had BAGD at one time under my first email address, but Logos says they can't locate that account. It was an old Juno email account back in the 90s. I didn't use Logos much from about 2001-2005, until L3 came out. Like others, I have my old Logos backup disk and no way to access what
    Posted to General by David Paul on Wed, Sep 19 2018
  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    [quote user="Greg Masone"]John H. Walton (who has numerous excellent and relevant books available in Logos) that helped me to understand the Bible in a way that allows compatibility to the modern astronomical, geological, and biological sciences.[/quote] The question that rarely gets asked is whether YHWH considers "compatibility" of Biblical revelation
    Posted to General by David Paul on Thu, Sep 13 2018
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