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  • Re: Resources about the recommended Name to use in prayer.

    Hi Keith: Agree, but as you see out of respect I mention your very name: Keith. I do not say "right dude" nor "correct Mr. Pang", because that would be disrespectful in the former, and impersonal in the latter. And that is the point I think Dr. Breshears is trying to make, beside respect, the mark of personal relation is calling someone by first name
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Today
  • Re: Resources about the recommended Name to use in prayer.

    Thank you MJ.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Today
  • Resources about the recommended Name to use in prayer.

    Dr. Breshears of Western Seminary in an online theology primer lecture talked about God: He is personal, involved, wanting a relation with us, and He has a Name. In his view, God, Theos, etc. puts some distance between us. Abba was used by Jesus and encouraged us to do the same. But he personally thinks God's Name is Yahweh, although we are not sure
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Yesterday
  • Re: Recommended resources to study convictions (firmly held beliefs).

    Too bad it is not a resource in L7. But I thought that the ability to place links in the shortcut bar still exists.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Aug 30 2018
  • Re: Recommended resources to study convictions (firmly held beliefs).

    Thanks Liam for the tips. Thanks also for the link. I liked the allegory of plug and socket. I just see it in another way: People were elected from before the foundation of the world by God for certain purposes, and even for certain destiny. Without entering in detail, The message will plug in those people that have their name written in the Book of
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Aug 30 2018
  • Re: Recommended resources to study convictions (firmly held beliefs).

    Thank you David, very insightful. I like the approach you take: to go directly to the Bible to clarify, and obtain objective evidence. My worry is that most traditions insist on deductive method as initial step: authoritative teacher strongly suggesting (not to say imposing or indoctrinating) doctrinal constructs that are expected to be taken at face
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Aug 30 2018
  • Re: Recommended resources to study convictions (firmly held beliefs).

    Yes MJ, I understand. What I thought was wonderful, is that in the page you provided a link for, I wrote convictions, and many articles that mention the concept popped up. That allows me to see usage from secular philosophical perspective in time, from modern thought other than religious, etc. I thought it was great. I wonder why this Stanford Encyclopedia
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Aug 30 2018
  • Re: Recommended resources to study convictions (firmly held beliefs).

    Excellent Rosie, thanks. I do disagree with the congealed thought. "Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life"... I am glad to have this key thought congealed in my system. So you all get an idea of what I found in Catholic apologetics I will translate: "... 4 Expose the presuppositions of the non-believer Now is your turn to ask some questions
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Aug 30 2018
  • Re: Recommended resources to study convictions (firmly held beliefs).

    Ok, you were quick to respond, I edited my previous post. I searched for "convicciones" in my Spanish resources, and I got a lot of useful information. A lot of it is Catholic Catechesis but a lot of insights. So if I look in my German resources, could I theoretically use google translate to see what it says?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Wed, Aug 29 2018
  • Re: Recommended resources to study convictions (firmly held beliefs).

    Thank you very much MJ. Found some articles on the site you mentioned: Parmenides, Max Weber, Descartes, etc. I just cannot believe there is no resource written about convictions. I found some good pages, but they are good as introductory matter: https://writing.colostate.edu/guides/teaching/co300man/pop12d.cfm https://www.differencebetween.com/difference
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Wed, Aug 29 2018
  • Recommended resources to study convictions (firmly held beliefs).

    Hi power users: Studying a bit I came across the term convictions (as in firmly held beliefs), and supposedly are different from normal beliefs (i.e. convictions are more action oriented?) I did a search in L7, and not much about convictions in that sense, only dictionary definitions. The term is more related with conviction (as the result of a penal
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Tue, Aug 28 2018
  • Re: latest working version of Ms Word for personal book building.

    Ok, Thanks for the info Robert and Dave. Blessings.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Fri, Jul 6 2018
  • latest working version of Ms Word for personal book building.

    Hi power users: Supposedly MS Word 2011 is not safe to be used due to dropped support. Can someone tell me what is the version that is user friendly and that works best for PBB in Mac (Sierra OS)? I got a little glimpse of office 365 at work, and I do not really like it (Windows), but I have not used it extensively. Is 2016 a better option? I use office
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Fri, Jul 6 2018
  • Re: Vocation Formation: resources and conceptualizations

    Vocation formation and residency: Interesting concept from an innovative group: http://theorchardnetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Residency-Experience-Summary.pdf There are vocational and lay minister versions, could this help develop fit facilitators at different echelons? Blessings.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Wed, Jul 4 2018
  • Vocation Formation: resources and conceptualizations

    I am new to the term: "vocation formation", doing basic research I found: The Apostolic Tradition states, “And when these things are completed [meaning baptism, communion, and entrance into the full life of the church] let each one hasten to do good works, and to please God and to live aright, devoting himself to the church, practicing the things
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jun 30 2018
  • Re: Logos won't open

    Hi JT: So I am better off rebuilding my PB from docx? Thanks Ks4J for the info. If one uploads the PB, then it will be available in the account like any other resource right? (regardless of platform).
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jun 9 2018
  • Re: Logos won't open

    Hi Ks4J: Ok, got to the hidden library by using the "go to ..." box and typing: ~/Library I will copy to an external hard drive. Do you know how to identify the PBs so that I can transfer? And where in the new install should they go? Thanks for any guidance.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Fri, Jun 8 2018
  • Re: Logos won't open

    Hi Dave: I followed the instructions for uninstalling L7 from Yosemite OS. Most of the files that they refer to in the wiki, I was not able to find. I did delete the app in applications. Then it says that L7 uses the Logos 4 file to store resources. Is that the case with Yosemite? How can I delete the folder that contains the resources in Yosemite,
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Jun 7 2018
  • Re: Logos won't open

    Ok Dave thanks. also thanks Mike.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Tue, Jun 5 2018
  • Re: Logos won't open

    Thank you Ks4J: I usually do not upgrade computers if I have important apps and data in it. I just have to uninstall in old OS, and install in newer one, which takes some time. I was putting off the job, and I was just running out of disk space. Now I will uninstall (which will free space for work with other apps), and install in newer OS (hopefully
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Tue, Jun 5 2018
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