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  • Plug - Selected Works of George Faber

    This is a collection of works in which Faber, a Victorian-era Anglican scholar, draws on his substantial knowledge of the early church fathers to delineate the ancient doctrines of such important topics as the Trinity, Justification, Election and Regeneration: http://www.logos.com/product/8503/selected-works-of-george-stanley-faber What's more, this
    Posted to General by Dean J on Thu, Oct 20 2011
  • Re: Is it worth studying Greek?

    I understand Don, it is a lot of mental effort, though I still think Athenaze or Taylor would be a great help - don't let the word 'Classical' put you off - these text books build very slowly, are are designed for High School age students, and they are easier (and far more enjoyable) to use. You could get a basic handle on Greek, or at least feel much
    Posted to General by Dean J on Thu, Oct 20 2011
  • Re: Is it worth studying Greek?

    Have you tried using another grammar? I find with any language that using another grammar will help cement things which other grammars were weak on. Personally I think Mounce's book focuses too much on learning Greek as a set of rules and not enough as a language. Why not try Athenaze or Greek: An Intensive Course - both very different approaches but
    Posted to General by Dean J on Thu, Oct 20 2011
  • Re: The first English translation of the Samaritan Pentateuch!

    So last we heard, it was back on track - but then ... silence.
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Tue, Oct 18 2011
  • Re: how to group books to minimize them

    Yes, I recently asked this on another thread. Here's what I did - first of all I tagged everything. Then I added the My Tag column to the library, and now I have customized groupings: Now, when I click on My Tags, I get everything organized under its own heading. The 'no heading' at the top are resources like individual Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls manuscripts
    Posted to General by Dean J on Tue, Oct 18 2011
  • Re: Any plans to add morphology to Latin Perseus?

    any answer on this one? The Greek one seems to have been done automatically, with all the options given - would it be difficult to do the same for the Latin?
    Posted to General by Dean J on Tue, Oct 18 2011
  • Any plans to add morphology to Latin Perseus?

    Just wondering if there are any plans to have parsing information for the Latin as there is for the Greek in Perseus?
    Posted to General by Dean J on Mon, Oct 17 2011
  • Re: CP: Classic Commentaries and Studies Collections Pricing Strategy

    I changed the bidding to $50 as suggested - I see a second peak arising.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Mon, Oct 17 2011
  • Re: CP: Classic Commentaries and Studies Collections Pricing Strategy

    I put a $40 on the Revelation set. As much as I would like to have Elliot's Horae Apocalypticae, there's no way I'm going to pay $160 for it. I hope it comes down.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Mon, Oct 17 2011
  • Re: There must be a way to organize ...

    I didn't realize you could negative out tags as well. This is very useful. I think I'm going to create a Library tag with the main works, but just one for the ancient papyri instead of every single individual one, etc, and excluding other easily located collections like commentaries and classics. This should help a lot. Thanks.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sun, Oct 16 2011
  • Re: Links Not Active

    Hi Milford, thanks for keeping my post alive! I know the Iliad isn't included (though I bought it separately), but this work should reference within itself, and it comes free with Perseus, so I'm not sure why the links don't work within the book. It would be nice for those of us who paid for the Iliad to have this resource be workable.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sun, Oct 16 2011
  • There must be a way to organize ...

    If you know what you are looking for, Logos is great when it comes to navigating. But what if I want to browse? What I would ideally want (and I know Logos can't do this) is to place everything in the library in categories - Bibles, Classics, Dead Sea Scrolls etc, and then simply click in the subject box I'm interested in. As it is, I have thousands
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sun, Oct 16 2011
  • Links Not Active

    As part of the Perseus library, Logos has included Benner's Selection's from Homer's Iliad. This is a great book, and I have a hard copy as it was assigned for a class once. The text has a grammatical section in the back, so that you can look up the comments made on the main text. These sections are hyperlinked in the logos edition, but the hyperlinks
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sat, Oct 15 2011
  • Re: The first English translation of the Samaritan Pentateuch!

    Yes, I'd like to see an English version (and a Hebrew one - what happened to that?)
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Fri, Oct 14 2011
  • Re: Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs

    Has anyone tried contacting Scroll about this one? I will, if no-one comes forward, though I think someone with a good relationship with them would be better to approach them. This work would be very valuable on Logos, as it would allow instant checking of the sources in context, and would also be suitable for cutting and pasting quotations to be used
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Fri, Oct 14 2011
  • Plug - the Value of a Roman and Byzantine period lexicon

    LSJ is of course the standard work to see the background of NT words, but the middle ages tell us where the word in the NT was heading in terms of meaning. From Logos: "The sheer range that the Greek Lexicon of the Roman and Byzantine Periods covers sets it apart from virtually all other lexicons. In English, there are only two lexicons that even attempt
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Fri, Oct 14 2011
  • Re: The Book of Acts in Its First-Century Setting

    I agree - this is a set I would like to own, and a logos version would probably be preferable to a print set. Also, I believe Richard Bauckham has been involved with some of these - I think his other books would be a welcome addition too, and similarly works by Martin Hengel.
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Fri, Oct 14 2011
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