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  • 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
  • Re: Logos won't open

    Thank you Dave. Exactly what I was needing. When I download the dmg from the thank you for your order package page for the new computer, will it have the latest version? I have some different packages (e.g. Bilingual, and some of different traditions), I just have to download the most encompassing one (largest), and eventually the other packages will
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Tue, Jun 5 2018
  • Re: Logos won't open

    Thanks for the info JT. I've had this problem before. I usually do not update computers, because it turns out that most apps are not compatible with the new os. I do have a computer with a newer OS, I just put off installing because of the long time to download and index, but I will have to do it now.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Tue, Jun 5 2018
  • Re: Logos won't open

    Graham and Ks4J: Thank you. I will have to uninstall L7 from the Yosemite one and install in a more modern one. Is there a thread explaining how to uninstall? How about the right way to install in the new OS?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Sun, Jun 3 2018
  • Re: Windows Update 1803 . . . Logos has gone blank!

    Hi KS4J: Lately when I start L7, it opens for some 20 to 30 seconds, then it quits. I am using OS X Yosemite ver. 10.10.5. Is there a new OS requirement? Thanks for any info.
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sun, Jun 3 2018
  • Re: Logos won't open

    Hi Graham: I am having a similar situation with OS X Yosemite ver. 10.10.5. Is there a new os requirement?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Hamilton Ramos on Sun, Jun 3 2018
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    Thank you Susan for your explanations. I do agree that man by himself cannot get to God. Yet I also believe in christian responsibility (different to free will). There are things we must do: To become a part of the New Covenant, we were given some stipulations that are not optional: Hear / read, understand, repent, pray, accept Jesus Christ as Lord
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Mon, May 21 2018
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    Hi Susan: Thanks for sharing. I have even read articles that suggest that the symbol of the Harlot used in the Bible represents the Catholic church, and the daughters of that symbol the Protestant churches. Truth of the matter is, the only fully orthodox Being in the Universe is God Himself. Everyone else has but a poor contextual understanding of what
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, May 19 2018
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    Thank you Rosie for the links, and the information provided. I do have the collection. The reason why I like to have robust dialogue with members of other traditions, is because then I can really pin point sources of important information that allow me to explore the particular angle on the Christian worldview that group has. Glad to hear a lot of congregation
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, May 19 2018
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    Thank you for the links MJ: I misunderstood you about the sending, there was no evidence to me until you explained that you do have training and education tied to ministries. Likewise, lack of that evidence at the time you posted originally should not let me assume that such activities were lacking. My wrong, sorry for that. I respect your opinions
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, May 19 2018
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    Very interesting MJ. bench warmer is a misnomer now that I think of it, because at least in a sport team they are trained but not used. And that is my point if you just bless persons, and expect from what has been heard they can go out and develop their gifts and know what to do, is a bit naive. High impact actions are very important, and many times
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Wed, May 16 2018
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    Rosie wrote: "That is indeed a concern. It may be that the church in North America is ripe for some clearing out of false Christians and that this shrinkage we are seeing in the church these days is actually a good thing, a precursor to a true new growth. There is a lot of idolatry in the American church (and Canadian to some extent, too; not the same
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Wed, May 16 2018
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    The following post did not show up in the thread: By MJ: Hamilton, avoidance of sins such as you list are to me a part of most peoples' every day life under the rubric "examination of conscience" to use Catholic terminology. From a random online source: "You can make an examination of conscience in different ways: ● Consider your life in the light of
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Tue, May 15 2018
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    Hi MJ: totally agree. To love God is more than a fussy feeling, He was clear that it is about obeying the weightier matters of the Law: Love of God in our hearts Romans 5:5, justice, mercy, charity, etc. Eventually the good fruit has to show, otherwise the tree can be cut. Saved for good works, not by them. To empower the sheep so that the priesthood
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Tue, May 15 2018
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    In my answer to MJ I posted a response to your concern. I did notice that the png does not load so I will type: In the pdf "Outreach discipleship" by Rev. D Mulder a nice two column table is given which allows you to determine what kind of fruit you are producing with your ministry: Church Members --------------------------------------- Outreach disciples
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Mon, May 14 2018
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    Thank you MJ, as always good advice. Rosie : do not get me wrong, more than derogatory criticism, I am into constructive one. Christian worldview: very specific, many responsibilities about it, most of the flock do not even know what the word means. A very dynamic disciple went around colleges asking: Have you ever lied? how about taken something from
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Mon, May 14 2018
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