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  • Re: oral tradition and the bible

    [quote user="tom collinge"] Please, let us not get into a theological debate. There are many of us who do believe in Q and in the Johannine community. The OP asked about the oral tradition of passing down information. Can we keep the topic on Logos and oral tradition. Thanks. [/quote] You're right. My apologies (p.s. I accept there was a Q too).
    Posted to General by Dean J on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Re: oral tradition and the bible

    [quote user="DMB"] Jack ... your question is a good one, but you're about to slowly slide into an interesting theological discussion. For example, I view 'oral tradition', 'copiest errors' and the OT Document Hypothesis all on the same level. For the true textual expert, each has a potential place (valid or not is arguable). But for the other 99% of
    Posted to General by Dean J on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Re: When were the angels created?

    Okay, I'll chime in. The debate over the timing of the creation of the angels was part of the wider 'two powers in heaven' controversy among the Jews and some unidentified minim. The 'minim' (usually identified as Zadokites, proto-Gnostics or Christians if I recall correctly) placed the creation of the angels earlier than the rabbis, who were motivated
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sat, Jul 7 2012
  • Re: When were the angels created?

    [quote user="George Somsel"] [quote user="David Paul"] Which day? [/quote] I'm not sure about what day, but they were created in the Jewish tradition during the Babylonian Captivity. The concept was adopted from the Zoroastrians. [/quote] No, they were referred to as the sons of El and other designations previous to the captivity--unless the Ugaritic
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sat, Jul 7 2012
  • Re: Logos prejudice proven (timeline of authors of "collected works")

    I think we should be very careful about using a weighted word like prejudice. 'Preference' would be better. It's like when the RC calls their guy the 'apologist', and the other guy the 'anti-catholic'. I had a laugh seeing all the early church fathers shaded the same color as later roman catholic writers. I think George Salmon summed up the situation
    Posted to General by Dean J on Wed, Jul 4 2012
  • Re: Error in Charles' Pseudepigrapha

    Thanks, that fixed it. I had them tagged separately for some reason, so I didn't realize I had an accompanying volume, but after reading your comment I searched and found it.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sun, Jul 1 2012
  • Error in Charles' Pseudepigrapha

    The accompanying footnotes are either incomplete or non-existent. For example, tonight I looked up Jubilees 16:30. There are no notes on this in the Logos edition, but in Google Books the original has important notes.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sun, Jul 1 2012
  • Where is the book?

    Problem solved but too late to delete.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Sun, Jul 1 2012
  • Re: John Gill

    I would like to see Gill's commentaries in Logos also.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Fri, Jun 29 2012
  • Re: Cramer Catenae Graecorum Patrum

    [quote user="Greg Masone"] Since we're on this topic, I'd love to see the three patristic series below make it into Logos at some point! 1. Fathers of the Church [/quote] Especially the commentary on Galatians by Jerome.
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Mon, Jun 25 2012
  • Classic German

    How about a classic German collection--Wellhausen, Delff, Weiss, Harnack (untranslated works), Bousset, etc? I'm sure there's quite a potential market for this kind of material, both in German and in the US.
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Fri, Jun 22 2012
  • Re: Community Pricing items closing 6/22 (this upcoming Friday)

    [quote user="Jonathan Watson"] I sincerely apologize to all, I did not think through the post(s) thoroughly. One of the reasons I love my job is because I get to help people like you get great scholarly and biblical resources for very low prices. I did not mean to deny anyone the opportunity to get a lower price—I actually want you all to get great
    Posted to General by Dean J on Wed, Jun 20 2012
  • Re: Community Pricing items closing 6/22 (this upcoming Friday)

    Well, I had a number of prepubs that upon further reflection, spurred by a recent need to save small increments of money, I decided I could live without. One post has cost Logos over a hundred dollars today.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Wed, Jun 20 2012
  • Re: Community Pricing items closing 6/22 (this upcoming Friday)

    [quote user="Michael"] I recieved the email at 2:47 PM EST. Too bad everyone doesn't have a better understanding of how CP works. For the want of an additional 15 minutes, we lose a week of price lowering possibilities. Jonathan, I have to agree with the other posters. You are not building good will with the Logos customers. [/quote] I agree. I have
    Posted to General by Dean J on Wed, Jun 20 2012
  • Re: Community Pricing items closing 6/22 (this upcoming Friday)

    [quote user="Alex Scott"] Yeah - let's' get it over before noon so that we lose another week!!! [/quote] Funny, but unfortunately all too true. I've reduced my bid to help prevent it from going over before noon.
    Posted to General by Dean J on Wed, Jun 20 2012
  • Re: The Early Christians in Ephesus from Paul to Ignatius By Paul Trebilco

    [quote user="Rick Brannan (Logos)"] Yes, the Eerdmans edition of Trebilco's book is wonderful and actually affordable. I've read the book, it is excellent in several ways. The book was originally published by the German publisher Mohr-Siebeck ( http://mohr.de ), you can get the hardcover of that printing from Amazon for ~$200 or from Mohr's web site
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Mon, Jun 18 2012
  • Re: The Early Christians in Ephesus from Paul to Ignatius By Paul Trebilco

    [quote user="George Somsel"] I would support this. It has a rather fullsome TOC which almost makes you feel you have already read the book (though I'm sure that isn't the case). [/quote] Yes, it's encyclopedic. Worth it for the bibliography alone.
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Mon, Jun 18 2012
  • The Early Christians in Ephesus from Paul to Ignatius By Paul Trebilco

    http://www.amazon.com/Early-Christians-Ephesus-Paul-Ignatius/dp/0802807690/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339944882&sr=8-1&keywords=The+Early+Christians+in+Ephesus+from+Paul+to+Ignatius++By+Paul+Trebilco I've had the print edition for some years; it isn't cheap, but it is so useful that I would pay to have the same work in Logos.
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Sun, Jun 17 2012
  • Re: Maas is so close to $20

    http://www.logos.com/product/20261/the-works-of-a-j-maas
    Posted to General by Dean J on Fri, Jun 15 2012
  • Re: Cramer Catenae Graecorum Patrum

    [quote user="Ergatees"] Having the Church Fathers in English suffices for me. I remember hearing a French theologian telling me that the Migne edition needed correcting and improvement. Also, there are places on the net where the Church Fathers can be found whether in Greek or Latin. One is http://graeca.patristica.net/ I have another one which was
    Posted to Suggestions by Dean J on Fri, Jun 15 2012
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