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  • Re: Does Crossway pay Logos / Morris Proctor for promoting the ESV?

    [quote user="Bruce Fraser"] Anyone know anything about this, beyond my mere speculation?[/quote] My speculation is not that Crossway is paying Logos, but that Crossway is making their product available without charging as much of a royalty as other publishers may be charging. You and I are permitted to quote short portions of many translations, but
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Thomas on Mon, Jul 23 2012
  • Re: Greek Audio New Testament

    This is a GREAT resource to help people detect the homophones in the original languages (especially for those of us who are not native speakers of the ancient languages). When listening to the flow of a text we can detect that sometimes Biblical authors may have chosen particular words because of the way they SOUNDED more than the precise MEANING. Which
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Mon, Jul 23 2012
  • Re: Pronunciation Tool - Omicron

    If both tools (Pronunciation and DVDs) are developed by people with similar training, then the approach may be similar. I thought this thread http://www.ellopos.net/elpenor/koinonia/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=283 had a good discussion on the changes between Classical, Koine & Modern Greek. especially about 4 posts down where the poster comments on the similarity
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Mon, Jul 23 2012
  • Re: Pronunciation Tool - Omicron

    Some pronounce the omicron by shaping the mouth like the "long o" but pronouncing it in he back of the throat like the "short o". I believe this is the pronunciation Logos uses in their "Learn Hebrew and Greek" DVDs.
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Sun, Jul 22 2012
  • Re: What is the Hebrew word for...

    HALOT gives this description: תְּכֵלֶת: —1. a) The sbst. probably originates as a loanword from Phoenician, for the coloured material which is denoted by this word was produced in the region where Phoenician was spoken, and the word could have spread into the other areas of the Near East together with the product; on this see Gradwohl Farben 67f. According
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Mon, Jul 16 2012
  • Re: What is the Hebrew word for...

    While there are several Hebrew Words translated as "purple" Do a Bible Word Study on "purple" Then do a Bible Word Study on תכלת in the ESV and NASB95. The word in question, תכלת, is translated once as "purple" and 46 of the 49 occurences as "blue" in the ESV. The NASB95 only translates the word as "blue" 43 times (3 of the ESV "blue" appear as "violet
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Mon, Jul 16 2012
  • Re: Dream On

    [quote user="William Gene Wilson, Jr"]You have just illustrated WHY I want to learn original languages. I might not ever be proficient, but "the search for treasure" is to great to ignore. I see classes in my future - if I truly want to do this that is the path I MUST choose.[/quote] This video (which I just found in another forum post) is a good example
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Thomas on Fri, Jul 13 2012
  • Re: Dream On

    [quote user="BKMitchell"]If, you have not already purchased that Library, my advise to you is to enroll in RTS (Reform Theological Seminary)'s Virtual campus' online Hebrew class with Futato[/quote] I would concur that this is good advice. Moody Theological Seminary also does a modular version of this (do pre-class work online, attend class for a week
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Thomas on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: Dream On

    [quote user="William Gene Wilson, Jr"] I plan on getting Original Languages Library and Learn Biblical Greek and Hebrew with Logos Bible Software at the end of the year. (I have no knowledge of the original languages)With my budget being approx. $2000, what additional texts would you recommend? Thank you in advance Bill [/quote] While the following
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Thomas on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: How to search for this?

    [quote user="Carmen Gauvin-O'Donnell"] Is it an interpretation/choice? Etc. Etc. [/quote] The short answer is "yes" it is always an interpretive choice. This logos resource addresses other stylistic choices logosres:htchsbibvrs;ref=Page.p_133;off=1760 I don't know how many base packages include this resource Thomas, Robert L. How to Choose a Bible Version
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Tue, Jul 10 2012
  • Re: Under the exegetical study... where do I find the pronunciation icons to hear the Hebrew or Greek words pronounced?

    In the exegetical guide under the "Word by Word" section. Remember, Hebrew is not available so you can only do this in Greek at this time. I also believe that this feature is only available in certain base packages so you need to have Scholars or above.
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Thomas on Fri, Jul 6 2012
  • Re: Visual Filters Question

    The Lexham High Definition New Testament is exactly what you are looking for. It is connected to the Greek, but designed for those with little/no Greek training. The Old Testament version based upon the Hebrew is in development.
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Thu, Jul 5 2012
  • Re: Your input needed: Faithlife Study Bible

    Ironically, just on Tuesday of this week I created a PDF flyer from the email that I received about the promo code. In my flyer I told our congregation that I am a happy LOGOS user for many years but that it is not very affordable for casual bible readers. I briefly explained FSB as a study Bible designed for those who use a tablet (about 5% of our
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Wed, Jul 4 2012
  • Re: So long Logos4...

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] I do think Logos makes it much easier to find the number to call than many software companies ... which means that we make more calls. More calls probably means more inappropriate ones. So thanks for being so available even if we complain when things don't work out the way we hoped. [/quote]
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Thomas on Tue, Jul 3 2012
  • Re: Base Package for an Intermediate Greek Student

    I am very happy with my resources. I have Scholars Silver then added BDAG/HALOT, NIDOTTE, & Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament (7 volumes). I am watching the Lexham Discourse Hebrew Old Testament which is about to come out of Pre-pub pricing. The Lexham Discourse resources will be a HUGE difference between beginniers in orig languages and those with
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Sat, Jun 30 2012
  • Re: How can I hear Greek and Hebrew pronunciations on iPad

    [quote user="Ryan B."] Hi David, Yeah, I didn't word that so well. You are correct. Hitting done takes me back to the original text, but not back to the Word study page which is where I'd hoped to go. In my rush to finish my previous post, I didn't explain very well. Thank you for the clarification. [/quote]
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by David Thomas on Fri, Jun 29 2012
  • Re: How can I hear Greek and Hebrew pronunciations on iPad

    When I click "Done" in the upper lefthand corner after the word is pronounced, then it takes me back to the text I was viewing when I launched BWS. Is that what you mean by "shutting down the program completely"?
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by David Thomas on Fri, Jun 29 2012
  • Re: Questions about Steve Green's MIDI Hymnal

    I don't recall when I bought this resource. (I believe I bought the CD when it was still a STEP program and when L3 scanned my Hard Drive for resources it found it and included it into my LOGOS library) then when I upgraded to L4 it came along for the ride. Last month I bought a new laptop and did a fresh install of L4 (I didn't want to run a risk of
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Thu, Jun 28 2012
  • Re: Faithlife Study Bible Videos not Working on Ipad

    My I ipad2 works fine at the reference you cited. Video is a little pixelated, but it works.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by David Thomas on Wed, Jun 20 2012
  • Re: Student Evaluation using the Hebrew and Greek DVD training series

    To evaluate competency in using L4 original language tools you ask "using L4, identify the GNC (gender, number, case) of [pick a specific word] in [pick a specific text]. or "identify the syntactical force of [pick your word] in [pick your reference]" or "identify the LN number of a particular word. Name the domain which includes this word. List the
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Sun, Jun 17 2012
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