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  • Re: Still using L3? Prefer L3?

    M.J. Smith, No need to scold yourself. I sometimes I wonder if I am just wandering around in L4! I seemed to at least be able to find a destination (if not my intended one) in L3. I have chuckled many times over your posts in the past, wondering what type of genius is this liturgical-loving giant who posts with a swift precision and eloquence? Care
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark Watson on Mon, Feb 22 2010
  • Re: Still using L3? Prefer L3?

    [quote user="David Paul"]Anyone out there who is finding it hard or even impossible to bring themselves to adopt L4?[/quote] Yes. L3 is where I get alot of my work done. L4 is mostly for looking around right now. [quote user="David Paul"]Does this strike a chord with anyone else? I'd like to hear the reasons you feel this way.[/quote] Yes. I can understand
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark Watson on Sun, Feb 21 2010
  • Question: L4 versus L3 Training by Morris Proctor

    Has anyone that attended Camp Logos for L3 been to the L4 Camp Logos and have any input for those who went to L3 training Camp 1 and are thinking about investing in L4 Camp 1?
    Posted to General by Mark Watson on Sun, Feb 21 2010
  • Suggestion: The Christian Family Library

    This is in print form from Family Christian Press which printed these 36 volumes under agreement with Baker Books that Logos is now adding to their list of publishers. The first book in the series is David McKenna's How To Read A Christian Book . A good resource.
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark Watson on Sun, Feb 21 2010
  • Suggestion: The Works of Billy Graham

    Does Logos have any of the works of Billy Graham? If not, I would like to see these in Logos. What would be really interesting would be to have some of his audio and video available also.
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark Watson on Sun, Feb 21 2010
  • Re: Suggestion: NASB77 Version

    [quote user="Todd Phillips"]Threads are conversations and they naturally go other ways.[/quote] Yes, unfortunately several of them do and that is what takes up people's precious time in searching them to find real help or vote for a feature / resource be important to them. [quote user="Todd Phillips"]As to the original topic, the post in the other thread
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark Watson on Sun, Feb 21 2010
  • Re: Suggestion: NASB77 Version

    [quote user="Kolen Cheung"]But now I prefer ESV more than NASB, basically because of the reverse interlinear in ESV (I purchased the printed one, contains only NT) and the HDNT (ESV). These devices help me to jump directly into Greek from ESV. And after that, insights from how the others translate the Bible might help too (NASB95, Darby). I will say
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark Watson on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: Some History

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] [quote user="Mark Watson"] Rosie, this is the same box. I went to your link for the wiki and the blue Logos User's Guide is different. The CD ROM contained ASV 1901, KJV, and Nave's Topical. The Logos Family Bible Software did not have the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge, cross references, and the Enhanced Strong's Greek
    Posted to General by Mark Watson on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: Selling Logos 4 in Bookstores?

    [quote user="Stein Dahl"] Something else that's related to this subject is the idea that Bob Pritchett brought up in one of his posts. He compared Logos 4 to a luxury automobile - a Lexus - if I remember correctly. But I think that saying that Logos 4 is a "luxury" or "premium" Bible software misses the mark. It's not "Luxury" Bible Software - it's
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark Watson on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: Some History

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] [quote user="Mark Watson"] I can scan all of these materials into .pdf form (or another form if needed) for the "history" of Logos if someone wants to post them on the forum or wiki pages. [/quote] Thanks, Mark! No need to scan all these materials. And if the box front is no different from this version which I found online
    Posted to General by Mark Watson on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: Some History

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] Mark Watson posted here that he first became a Logos user through this Logos Bible Software Collection. He still has the box. He could probably confirm what version of Logos it was. I'll drop him a note via his forum profile. [/quote] Rosie, The Logos User's Guide that came with the box says Version 1.6. Inside the box was
    Posted to General by Mark Watson on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: Don't forget people with less than broadband internet access

    [quote user="nicolettecrane"] I have slow modem internet via mobile phone. e.g. it took me 4 days and 4 nights to download Logos 4 ,Leaders Pack. Didn't even have that till September. Don't get so sophisticated that you forget us missionaries and others who also much appreciate your help with Bible study! Nicky, Albania [/quote] Nicky, I agree completely
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark Watson on Thu, Feb 18 2010
  • Suggestion: NASB77 Version

    [quote user="Mark A. Smith"] [quote user="Mark Watson"]Mark - I did a quick search and found that several other Bible Software companies, including free ones, were still selling the 77 version alongside the 95 version. Some even had both bundled together. [/quote] Interesting. I don't know what could be done. Logos has stated it can no longer sell the
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark Watson on Thu, Feb 18 2010
  • Re: Selling Logos 4 in Bookstores?

    [quote user="Michael Childs"]A visit to a bookstore gave me a new idea relating to Logos last week. A national Christian bookstore has a $9.99 sale on an entry level Logos 3 package on clearance now. I am considering buying a dozen of these and having a "Study the Bible on Your Computer" course in my Church. I would just give the packages to the class
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark Watson on Thu, Feb 18 2010
  • Re: NASB77 vs NASB95

    [quote user="Mark A. Smith"]As I said, I don't think a publisher today could get permission to produce the '77 versions and by that I mean a fresh permission that they didn't somehow already have. This is my opinion of what may be going on. Only Lockman knows. But the existence of print copies today is not evidence against what I was attempting to say
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark Watson on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: Pastoral Ministry and Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Todd Phillips"]You can also tag books in the library with topical keywords to help you find them again. And that creates implicit "mytag:" collections for each of the tags. Depending on how one works, this could be a quicker way to categorize books than creating lots of collections.[/quote] Todd, what else does the "tagging" do to the books
    Posted to General by Mark Watson on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: Pastoral Ministry and Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Todd Phillips"] [quote user="Mark Watson"]Bohuslav - Would creating some Pastoral Collections help with that matter? Has anyone created collections for things like counseling? or funerals?[/quote] I think using Favorites or Clippings would be better for that sort of thing. Whenever you find something useful, you clip it to an clipping file
    Posted to General by Mark Watson on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: Pastoral Ministry and Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Bohuslav Wojnar"]However I feel a little bit lost when I need some quick results finding material for some special events, feasts, funerals and so on. Part of the problem is that I still struggle to really know what I have in my library (Platinum with many extras). [/quote] Bohuslav - Would creating some Pastoral Collections help with that
    Posted to General by Mark Watson on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: Pastoral Ministry and Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Mark A. Smith"] It also occurs to me that much of what I may have in Logos isn't too easy to get to for pastoral ministry. For example, I have quite a few volumes dealing with the general topic of counseling. Even supposing Logos 4 gets a robust topical searching method, I wonder if some other tool or index would be helpful in finding,
    Posted to General by Mark Watson on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: Open pdf or word file or webpage in Logos 4

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"]It's a bad habit of mine, I suppose. It isn't meant to denigrate the suggestion, it's just the way I dialogue about ideas. I was brought up to defend my ideas by having all the holes poked in them first; working in software development we had to do that to. So in turn I do it to others without thinking about how it might be
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark Watson on Wed, Feb 17 2010
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