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  • Re: The Messages of the Bible--Closes Tomorrow (Friday 18th)!

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] Dean, you may want to edit your title, as it seems to really close tomorrow, but in most timezones this would be Friday 11th [/quote] Thanks, I was able to edit it.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Thu, Jan 10 2013
  • The Messages of the Bible--Closes Tomorrow (Friday 11th)!

    It's close to $15: http://www.logos.com/product/24039/the-messages-of-the-bible
    Posted to General by Dean J on Thu, Jan 10 2013
  • Re: Some interesting dissertations for Personal Books?

    Thank you.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Wed, Jan 9 2013
  • Re: They've done it again !!

    Look on the bright side--it probably means they grossly underestimated the cost of production, and that we got a better deal than we should have on the price.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Fri, Jan 4 2013
  • Re: Most Exciting Sale Ever. Thoughts?

    I was glad to save money this year; I am surprised though that Logos didn't offer a sale on in-house books. I'm not griping about the lack of a good sale this year at all--I do, however, have a problem with pitches which are simply not honest or true.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Thu, Jan 3 2013
  • Re: Charismatic Chaos

    [quote user="Slava Novik"] I would like to request "the Baptist Chaos". Just kidding [/quote]
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Wed, Jan 2 2013
  • Re: John Gill’s Commentary

    This is great, thanks!
    Posted to Files by Dean J on Sun, Dec 30 2012
  • Re: Social / community features in Logos 5 and beyond

    [quote user="Ronald Quick"] [quote user="Bob Pritchett"]As a concession to "the missionary with the solar-powered laptop and no Internet connection", and to people who still want an isolated stand-alone software package, you can run the software with Internet access turned off. (It's becoming more and more difficult to maintain this functionality, but
    Posted to Logos 5 by Dean J on Tue, Dec 18 2012
  • Re: If Logos were to go out of business...

    I wasn't too happy about reading this: [quote] As a concession to "the missionary with the solar-powered laptop and no Internet connection", and to people who still want an isolated stand-alone software package, you can run the software with Internet access turned off. (It's becoming more and more difficult to maintain this functionality, but we'll
    Posted to General by Dean J on Tue, Dec 18 2012
  • Re: Greek Lexicon of the Roman and Byzantine Periods (146 BC - 1100 AD) in community pricing

    This still remains the only Byzantine era dictionary on offer. Recently an increasing number of Greek scholars have began emphasizing the need to consult later Byzantine as well as earlier Classical definitions when considering the possible meaning of a Greek word used in the NT: http://www.logos.com/product/8513/e-a-sophocles-collection
    Posted to General by Dean J on Fri, Dec 14 2012
  • Re: Seriously, your problem is that you didn't get the sale that you wanted....

    [quote user="Andrew Mckenzie"] I've spent my career working in retail head offices, currently working for one of the top ten retail companies in Australia where I work closely with demand planners and am working towards moving into that field ove the next few years so I get retail and I get customers, I'm one of those. [/quote] oh sure, you really know
    Posted to General by Dean J on Fri, Dec 14 2012
  • Re: Community Pricing Patrologiae Cursus Completus: Series Graeca and Latina

    [quote user="fgh"] These forums are full of people who happily pay $250 for a dozen or less NT commentaries, all of which say pretty much the same as the hundreds of commentaries they already have. $250 for the Patrologia isn't expensive. $500 or $750 isn't expensive either for that matter. [/quote] True, but the commentaries are in English! Most people
    Posted to General by Dean J on Fri, Dec 14 2012
  • Re: Anyone Else Underwhelmed by the Christmas Sales?

    [quote user="Alan Macgregor"] I hadn't intended to buy anything from the Logos' 12 Days of Christmas Sale … until I saw today's offer: Lenski's NT Commentaries for $199.95. Wow! I have had Lenski on my wishlist for a while, so I asked the family treasurer (my wife) who in a (rare) moment of weakness/compassion/folly/generosity said' "Yes". Just ordered
    Posted to General by Dean J on Wed, Dec 12 2012
  • Re: Patrologia Cursus Completus, Graeca, Part 1 (vols. 1–18) vs. Patrologia Cursus Completus, Graeca, 167 volumes

    [quote user="David J. Wilson"] I doubt we would get more than 2% to 5% of those who bid on the Spurgeon books, given the resistance to purchasing anything expensive that is not translated into english.... that would put your estimate up to $10,000 to $20,000 per bid (which probably means everyone would drop out).... getting prices down to the $250 range
    Posted to General by Dean J on Wed, Dec 12 2012
  • Re: Learn Greek

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Dave M"] But, here's the key I believe ... learn the alphabet, then vocabulary, then grammar as you go along.[/quote] The other key: know yourself. For myself it is easier to learn the syntax and grammar first then figure out the vocabulary much as I did in the 1sr grade. Memorizing vocabulary just didn't work.
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Dean J on Wed, Dec 12 2012
  • Re: Anyone Else Underwhelmed by the Christmas Sales?

    [quote user="Garrett Mercury"] Is it just me or is anyone else underwhelmed by the Christmas sales this year? Maybe I have been spoiled because of a few past Christmas sales that rocked my world? Or maybe when you get over 4000 books in your library it takes a real shocker of a deal to make the adrenaline pump? Now, I am not at all trying to throw a
    Posted to General by Dean J on Wed, Dec 12 2012
  • Re: Anselm, Berengar, Aberlard, Hugo of St Victor, Rainaldus, Alcuin

    [quote user="DMB"] Gee Dean ... did you forget http://www.logos.com/product/28903/patrologiae-cursus-completus-series-graeca ? OR ... (even more better ... http://www.logos.com/product/28982/patrologia-syriaca ( [/quote] I was hoping to muster up some Catholic interest! Perhaps when/if Logos create Eastern Orthodox packages I'll do something similar
    Posted to General by Dean J on Tue, Dec 11 2012
  • Anselm, Berengar, Aberlard, Hugo of St Victor, Rainaldus, Alcuin

    These and HUNDREDS more complete works of important theologians and writers spanning a period from Tertullian to Innocent III! All this and MORE--over 200 volumes of the original Latin--for perhaps as little as $250 dollars. http://www.logos.com/product/28902/patrologiae-cursus-completus-series-latina This would be an indispensable work, but it's up
    Posted to General by Dean J on Tue, Dec 11 2012
  • Re: When was first Gospel written and what was it?

    I'm not aware that I'm fillibustering. On the contrary, I've sought to provide evidence, and to require from you that you back up your statements--which you have refused to do. Okay, so it was ignorance on your part. For someone coming on here, throwing out accusations that people don't believe the Bible or accept the traditions relating to the Gospels
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sun, Dec 9 2012
  • Re: When was first Gospel written and what was it?

    [quote user="Terry M Moore"] It's not available from Logos, but in "Redating the New Testament" John A. T. Robinson makes a good argument for all the gospels being written before AD 70. In "Jesus and the Eyewitnesses", Richard Bauckham speaks of Papius and the gospels as eyewitness accounts. It's not always an easy read, but worth the effort. [/quote
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sun, Dec 9 2012
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