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  • Re: Dream On

    Here is one of those "all over the board" responses you alluded to earlier. My initial read of your post was that you wanted to read Hebrew and Greek. Perhaps this is indeed what you wish to pursue. If so, I believe a substantial investment of $2,000 would be better invested in a classroom setting then through books when endeavouring to learn a second
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark O'Hearn on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: Your input needed: Faithlife Study Bible

    From what you have stated, it seems clear to me that Logos users are not your targeted audience; hence the lack of interest. Folks like me have invested into a much more robust Bible study tool, and will continue not to be interested in such an "introductory" product. Personally I enjoy study Bibles, and have a number in my Logos 4 library (and in print
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Wed, Jul 4 2012
  • Re: Interesting Mystery To Me

    Dear Gregory, Logos 4 is a great program that enables me to carryout deeper Bible study as promised by the Logos company. I have no doubt that there are Christians working at Logos, and that it has business practices that are influenced by Christian values. But it is not part of the Church locally or universally, nor is any so-called "Christian" business
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Thu, Jun 21 2012
  • Re: Portfolio library

    Kevin, Trusting Logos will have some great Christmas offers for your consideration (if not sooner). Regards
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Wed, Jun 13 2012
  • Re: Portfolio library

    fgh, Cannot be certain as I purchased several items at Christmas. I remember the bundle being sold for the same cost as just the WBC series alone. Though I had some of the other resources in the bundle, it appeared to be a good opportunity and competitive enough with regards to a special another party was offering with regards to the WBC series.
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Wed, Jun 13 2012
  • Re: Portfolio library

    Ultimately the decision is yours of course Kevin. I concluded that Platinum was the highest and best package for me. I have since focused on purchasing certain other resources individually. I came to this conclusion rather quickly by comparing the Portfolio upgrade cost with those remaining resources I was really interested in. Again, your experience
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Wed, Jun 13 2012
  • Re: Your Preferred Mediating or Functional Equivalent Version for Reading

    Thanks Ron I will investigate this version further.
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Mon, Jun 11 2012
  • Your Preferred Mediating or Functional Equivalent Version for Reading

    Recently, I embarked on an abbreviated chronological reading of the Word with the desire to take this opportunity to include a variety of translations (including some of my Formal Equivalent versions) in order to better appreciate what is now available to the English reader. I have experience with the NIV (1984 edition), the NLT (second edition), and
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Mon, Jun 11 2012
  • Re: Come on Mormon Studies Collection community price!!!!

    To answer the question posted earlier, I suspect there are a number of “scared Christians” who would rather "Buy truth, and do not sell it, Get wisdom and instruction and understanding." Interestingly, in order to better identify counterfeit money experts do not spend more time handling false currency but handling what is true; it is then that the false
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Tue, Jun 5 2012
  • Re: Creating a NT Visual Filter for Yahweh

    Thanks Ben and Keep Smiling. That was my general understanding too - range of words used but not necessarily referring to deity every time. I will also examine your work Keep Smiling for further insight. The Wiki is great, yet it is too bad that we cannot share (as in upload/download) program "components" like Visual Filters, as I suspect folks are
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark O'Hearn on Sat, May 26 2012
  • Creating a NT Visual Filter for Yahweh

    I have created the following Visual Filter to highlight the word representing Yahweh - lemma: יהוה in the Old Testament using Morph Hebrew . I would like to create one for the New Testament using Morph Greek. I have reviewed some related posts concerning the word Yahweh, and have consulted some resources on the subject, but it remains unclear to me
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark O'Hearn on Sat, May 26 2012
  • Re: Logos was God

    Folks, actually when I said I looking for clarification of the original post, I actually just meant what I posted was not clear to me. In hindsight I realize how people can request clarification with the aim to start a debate. Sometimes folks just mean what they say about needing clarification. While I do not share the beliefs of everyone who participates
    Posted to Files by Mark O'Hearn on Fri, May 25 2012
  • Re: Confused about the Guides

    Roy, perhaps we undervalue the work of translators. Most words in our versions, thinking especially of word-fror-word translations, are the same or very similar. The transfer of the word and its meaning from Greek, for instance, to English is relatively straight forward. Such in the case you point out above. Here's something to consider for your next
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark O'Hearn on Fri, May 25 2012
  • Re: Logos was God

    Confused. Just for clarification for the casual reader of this thread, was it being corrected that Jesus as the God Man came into the world [existence] at a point in [our] time, but not that the Son (Word) wasn't eternally with the Father, right? In other words, the Son of God didn't always exist as Jesus Christ. It was just unclear to me. A simple
    Posted to Files by Mark O'Hearn on Fri, May 25 2012
  • Re: Writing Sermon notes in Logos

    Kevin perhaps you should consider composing your sermons with Word, then afterwards import them into Logos as a Personal Book. This is what I have been doing. Well, actually, I create the document in Word, export it to my Kindle (which I use when delivering messages), and add it into my growing list of sermons in my personal sermons book in Logos 4
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Fri, May 25 2012
  • Re: Finding Bible Paragraphs of the Bible

    Sam would the pericope (paragraph) help in our Passage analysis module be helpful? There you can select a number of translations and compare their breaks. Regards
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Wed, May 2 2012
  • Re: Dispensationalism in the early church fathers

    "Dispenationalists believe in the literal 1,000-year millennial reign." Must have been something they read and believed from Revelations I suspect. Regards
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark O'Hearn on Tue, Apr 3 2012
  • Re: C. I. Scofield Collection nearing 100%

    I placed a bid on this resource a week or so ago. The Scofield Study Bible was one of the earliest available, and was my second study Bible (after Nelson King James Study Bible). Mr. Scofield's notes generally provide any student with good insights on the Word of God. It would be ashame if this resource was not available to Logos users just based upon
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Fri, Feb 3 2012
  • Re: Christmas Credit

    Absolutely not. Why? Because I just used my Christmas credit to purchase two resources online! (Friday, January 27, 2012 9:53 pm Atlantic Time zone)
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Fri, Jan 27 2012
  • Re: How many books DO you need? I am trying to figure that out!

    Your post raises a very practical question. Given the enormous and expensive digital library one can obtain through a program like Logos 4, I believe like almost everything else in life one really needs to have a specific goal/need in mind. Otherwise, in a materialistic environment, the answer will be more is better. So we must think practically. For
    Posted to General by Mark O'Hearn on Tue, Jan 17 2012
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