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  • Re: Liturgical Press: Wisdom Commentary about to Ship

    [quote user="PetahChristian"]Perhaps you could buy the collection and read what woman have to say?[/quote] Rosie kindly shared a collection rule long ago: title:(feminis, female, gender, women, sexes) OR "biblical equality" OR subject:(feminist, gender, women) OR mytag:gender -"men and women of the bible" -mytag:"library of early" Is there a Female
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Mon, Jul 22 2019
  • Re: Can you do this with Logos 8?

    Hi Wayne: I saw an article that may be helpful. I have not done it myself with lexicons, but I used the methodology with Bibles and it works: https://support.logos.com/hc/en-us/articles/360018068751-Parallel-Resource-Sets So in theory you could do your collection putting all the lexicons that you really like. Then you just have one open, that would
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Mon, Jul 22 2019
  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    Hi Rene: I hear you. And that is why I think that getting some business companies should be approached to help them in their corporate social responsibility area. Think of it, many companies profit from doing business with a large christian demographic, is not fair that the surplus created is ill distributed. Serious companies know that is correct to
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Mon, Jul 22 2019
  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    Thanks for the answer David Thomas. From my very limited view, the problem may be in the definition of terms: From FL's point of view, what is the CHURCH? Is it the elected persons by God, or is it the denomination, structural, etc. If the Church is the elected people of God, then the market strategy may include going to seek the lost children and may
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Mon, Jul 22 2019
  • Re: Liturgical Press: Wisdom Commentary about to Ship

    Peta Christian: I laid down the key issue many males see about the gender difference concept. God was clear on each gender role. Why this is not talked about much? Maybe resources that touch on this can be mentioned, and / or ways to explore the topic and in recommended female hermeneutic series / collection, etc. can be proposed. The article on the
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jul 20 2019
  • Re: Liturgical Press: Wisdom Commentary about to Ship

    Thanks Denise for the answer. With women input maybe the importance of the series could be realized, as many male posters can relate closer to female posters here that they respect and trust, to see if the fuss about a feminine hermeneutic could show angles not normally considered by men. The topic is so interesting, that I think some males would consider
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jul 20 2019
  • Re: Liturgical Press: Wisdom Commentary about to Ship

    Hi Denise and participants of this thread. I have been researching, and came upon some interesting information: "The various reading perspectives discern and identify sometimes overlooked aspects and accents within the Bible; they call attention to how these are strategic in the life and faith of a particular people. Viewed with openness, each perspective
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jul 20 2019
  • Re: Liturgical Press: Wisdom Commentary about to Ship

    [quote user="Cynthia in Florida"]I am so stressed out over all these papers I have to write and it hurts my brain.[/quote] Cynthia feel free to mention some of the papers you have to write about. Posters can then provide ideas, approaches, keywords / topics / themes, etc. that can help you determine how to tackle some of them. Sometimes when we do sources
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jul 20 2019
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Brill's "Themes in Biblical Narrative" series

    Thanks for sharing David Paul. Pardon my curiosity. What in your opinion are some of the best resources that deal with themes (Biblical and theological)? 2. Do you have an specific workflow to work with themes? (e.g. write them down as you read the Bible, etc.) 3. How do you manage information on a theme from different resources? (e.g. designated L8
    Posted to Suggestions by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jul 20 2019
  • Re: Liturgical Press: Wisdom Commentary about to Ship

    Cynthia: So true, very well expressed. 1 Corinthians 2:5 that your faith might not rest in the wisdom of men but in the power of God. Peace and grace.
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Fri, Jul 19 2019
  • Re: Liturgical Press: Wisdom Commentary about to Ship

    Very good, and there is the true sheep status, knowing our own limitations in front of an awesome God. He wants us to trust, obey, and walk humbly with Him, He will take care of the rest. My problem is with persons that think (sometime rightly) that we ought to do things because God will not come and do it for us. To an extent I agree, but we definitively
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Jul 18 2019
  • Re: Liturgical Press: Wisdom Commentary about to Ship

    [quote user="Denise"] judaism (at least some versions) were absolutely locked in on 'the binding of Isaac'. And it proceeded for several centuries. Modern day critics return to the same issue, and I suspect these type issues will repeat with new participant groups. A different example is Judges (luckily, this collection includes Judges). First, you
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Jul 18 2019
  • Re: Finding symbols using Logos

    Hi Dennis: Depending on the tradition / denomination, symbols can be very important. Have you looked at: https://ebooks.faithlife.com/search?query=symbols&sortBy=Relevance&limit=60&page=1&filters=status-live_Status&ownership=all and also: https://www.logos.com/search?query=symbols&sortBy=Relevance&limit=60&page=1&ownership
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Jul 18 2019
  • Re: Liturgical Press: Wisdom Commentary about to Ship

    Thanks Denise for the information. I usually disregard groups, authors, and / or currents that place too much emphasis on Sophia, as it is a supposed female deity that occult groups worship, and that sell to the novice as a personification of a concept. Now, in the review the reviewer posts: " While the influence of wisdom literature on Hebrews cannot
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Jul 18 2019
  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    Hi David Thomas: Thanks for the link. You say that you would like FL to not get into marketplace chaplaincy. Even though there is an organization for that, I do not see them using L8 platform (I may be wrong). In order for FL to continue innovating, they need extra income. Where are you going to get it? from Academicians? from Pastors of small churches
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Jul 11 2019
  • Re: A Feature I would love to see... or if it is there already, discover it now :-D

    There is a more laborious work around: Make a folder in Favorites and name it "to read". When you find the interesting articles, open that resource and drag it to the folder you created in favorites. The good part is that next time you click in the article inside your created folder, it will open to the exact place you want. Hope this helps.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Jul 11 2019
  • Re: Search for reading thoughts

    JKG: I looked in quick collection Jesus... Jesus NEAR "mind read" It would be interesting to look up "mind read" in Spiritual gifts collection if you are charismatic. In a topical resource I found: "MIND READING Jesus knew men’s thoughts, Matthew 9:4; Luke 5:22; 6:8; 11:17." Anderson, K. (1996). Where to Find It in the Bible . Nashville: T. Nelson
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Wed, Jul 10 2019
  • Re: Best books on OEC/EC/TE?

    Interesting article and it has reference to resources: https://www.blueletterbible.org/faq/creation.cfm After your studies can you share what you think is the most plausible view in your opinion? Thanks.
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Wed, Jul 10 2019
  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    Hi power users: Many interesting posts. I see the whole bit from a different angle. When reading about chaplaincy, I was surprised by the Corporate type. Working there in the trenches of daily work life, a corporate chaplain is not only helping the people there (many times over burdened with all kind of problems), and that are in dire need of knowing
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Wed, Jul 10 2019
  • Re: Where Can I Find Truth?

    Thank you PetahChristian for sharing. Very interesting. Some traditions have elaborated on perfection: relative and absolute. Absolute perfection: Resurrected Jesus Christ only. Relative perfection: one of the aims in becoming Christlike. Notice that Enoch, Daniel, Joseph of Egypt, Paul, John the loved disciple, were relatively more perfect than: Abraham
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jul 6 2019
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