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  • Re: SUGGESTION: Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names

    [quote user="SineNomine"] May I suggest www.suggestbooks.uservoice.com? [/quote] UserVoice entry here. Please vote.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Sat, Apr 6 2019
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names

    Bump.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Sat, Apr 6 2019
  • Re: Best April Fools' Day Joke of 2019?

    When I referred to Karen Armstrong above, I actually intended to mention Elaine Pagels. Both should be available in Logos.
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sat, Apr 6 2019
  • Re: What are the last 5 books or so you purchased rather than waiting for a FL edition?

    The last batch that came in was: Shades of Sheol , Philip S. Johnston 101 Myths of the Bible , Gary Greenberg The Dimensions of Job , Nahum Glatzer Interpreting Prophetic Literature , James D. Nogalski The Justification of the Gentiles , Hendrikus Boers
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Sat, Apr 6 2019
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Narrative hermeneutics and theology

    This is also already in Logos.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Sat, Apr 6 2019
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Narrative hermeneutics and theology

    I find myself immediately less hopeful that How the Bible is Written will be a beacon of insight in light shade of his other title, The Redaction of Genesis . Even though his take on the redaction "process" is (it seems) fundamentally different than is typical of Biblical scholars who traffic in the idea, it still appears that his approach doesn't account
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Sat, Apr 6 2019
  • Re: Best April Fools' Day Joke of 2019?

    I don't really care if this "stuff" is in Logos format; I just want something that is fundamentally more substantial (even if it is ultimately wrong) to be included as well...Bart Ehrman's and Karen Armstrong's and James Tabor's and Robert Eisenman's stuff. These authors aren't necessarily similar except for their "unorthodox" positions, but they are
    Posted to General by David Paul on Fri, Apr 5 2019
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Narrative hermeneutics and theology

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] We now have some of these: [quote user="Rosie Perera"] Why Narrative? Readings in Narrative Theology by Stanley Hauerwas https://www.logos.com/product/56727/why-narrative-readings-in-narrative-theology Poetics and Interpretation of Biblical Narrative by Adele Berlin https://www.logos.com/product/49621/poetics-and-interpretation
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Fri, Apr 5 2019
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Alan Segal Collection

    BUMP!!
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Thu, Apr 4 2019
  • SUGGESTION: Poetics of Biblical Interpretation

    Logos has very few if any of the most often cited books on Biblical literature, particularly Biblical narrative, and this is a glaring vacancy in their stable of resources. We know about Robert Alter's absence despite years of pleading. Perhaps even more often cited is Meir Sternberg's Poetics of Biblical Narrative . This should be added ASAP. They
    Posted to Suggestions by David Paul on Thu, Apr 4 2019
  • Re: Who will we know in heaven

    [quote user="Denise"] But using Jesus as a guide is not recommended. The judge of the living and the dead would likely need a good recognition memory. And the guys that followed Jesus around, didn't recognize him. Not good. [/quote] I almost mentioned the fact the He is Judge (thus requiring spot-on recollection), but then I recalled what Paulus said
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Wed, Apr 3 2019
  • Re: Barth on Romans

    Fret not...it only took about two decades to get TDOT into Logos. There's hope yet!
    Posted to General by David Paul on Wed, Apr 3 2019
  • Re: Best April Fools' Day Joke of 2019?

    This foolishness is offered in Logos, but we can't get Bart Ehrman's stuff. Where's the head-slapping emoji?
    Posted to General by David Paul on Wed, Apr 3 2019
  • Re: Who will we know in heaven

    [quote user="Josh"] [quote user="James William Roberts, Jr."] I have several people in a Bible study discussing whether we will know the people we knew on earth in heaven. I am having trouble finding info to prove/disprove. Any pointers/answers? [/quote] If you believe that believers will be resurrected with a body similar to Jesus' resurrected body
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Wed, Apr 3 2019
  • Re: Who will we know in heaven

    Like many such questions, I don't think the available evidence gives a perfectly clear answer. For instance, it says that those in the kingdom are not married (I'm assuming that means to each other, since there is a marriage to the Lamb that will take place). I didn't look it up, but I recall something about some who become ashes underfoot and who will
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Paul on Tue, Apr 2 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="Denise"]BTW David, given your interests, moving from Strongs to hebrew, aramaic, or greek is not that big a step. You'd enjoy it.[/quote] I thought MJ would be the one to take up George's baton, Denise, but I suppose you may carry it if you must. I think this is the second time you've made such a comment. I don't see a problem with Strong
    Posted to General by David Paul on Mon, Apr 1 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="David Ames"] I am still looking for Resources that discuss your point of view please. [/quote] I suppose this subject matter may be discussed in some Biblical commentary addressing this specific passage, but I'm not sure. This is a very specialized language scenario. It's possible that in English something similar could be found in Shakespeare
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sun, Mar 31 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="David Ames"]As to why they approached Pilate even if they intended from the outset to use temple guards goes back to my thoughts on the relationship between the temple guards, who were known to carry sharp things like spears or swords, and the Roman authorities. Did they need the Roman OK to operate outside of the temple? I have not (yet
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sat, Mar 30 2019
  • Re: Free Grace Theology

    [quote user="Paul Caneparo"] Can we have it at no cost and without conditions?! I jest of course. [/quote] LOL
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sat, Mar 30 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    My question, before replying to yours, is...what are the underlying reasons you are so invested in this question? What do you think "changes" if the guard was Romans vs. temple guards (apart from the concern about profaning Sabbath--or is that the main issue)? [quote user="David Ames"] [quote user="David Paul"] EDIT: i just want to make (remake?) a
    Posted to General by David Paul on Sat, Mar 30 2019
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