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  • Re: Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament

    [quote user="Rev Chris"] I'd like to see this as well. But, may be a publishing issue. According to a review on Amazon (I know, pure here say), this title is no longer available from the publisher. [/quote] Not true. See http://www.eerdmans.com/shop/product.asp?p_key=9780802823250
    Posted to Suggestions by Si on Wed, May 4 2011
  • Re: Anchor Yale Bible commentary series - pre-pub price again?

    [quote user="Praiser"] [quote user="Si Cochran"] [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Searching internet found pre-pub price of $ 1,500[/quote] I did not purchase the AB, nor can I confirm it, but I believe the PrePub price was $899.99 [/quote] I purchased the Anchor Yale Bible (84 vols.) at PrePub for $1499.95 in 2009. I have not seen it on sale since
    Posted to General by Si on Sun, Apr 17 2011
  • Re: Suggestions: Some Church History Dictionaries and Luther's Works

    [quote user="Jacob Hantla"]The cheapest I know if is $149.[/quote] This set has been on sale for $129 a few times in the last 4-5 months at a particular online retailer.
    Posted to Suggestions by Si on Sun, Apr 17 2011
  • Re: Anchor Yale Bible commentary series - pre-pub price again?

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Searching internet found pre-pub price of $ 1,500[/quote] I did not purchase the AB, nor can I confirm it, but I believe the PrePub price was $899.99
    Posted to General by Si on Sun, Apr 17 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    [quote user="Lonnie"] Si, you are lovingly incorrect. Matthew has put it about as suscintly as it can be put. That we in the churches of Christ "tend to embrace...the theological positions of [our] spiritual forefathers" is only true as they adhered to a "Thus saith the Lord." Neither Thomas Campbell, Alexander Campbell, nor Barton Stone controls the
    Posted to General by Si on Wed, Apr 13 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"]They practice open communion in almost all of their congregations. If the Pope (or Luther, or Calvin, or Billy Graham) visited heir church they would have no theologically based objection to the visitor participating in communion since it is the Lord's Supper and the fitness of the participants is supposed to be after self
    Posted to General by Si on Tue, Apr 12 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    [quote user="James Chaisson"] I think this may be moving off topic and if we are not carful we will end up in a debate over Christian churches and churches of Christ theology. Time for me to leave this alone [/quote] I have no intention of this moving off topic or becoming a heated debate. I think we have stayed on topic so far, and believe that the
    Posted to General by Si on Mon, Apr 11 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] A quick & easy guide to the "non-denomination" of the Stone/Campbell movement "No creed but the Bible" "Where the Bible speaks, we speak. Where the Bible is silent, we are silent." Each congregation is autonomous in church polity. All believers are of one body (that of the Lord Jesus Christ.) Unity (They will know we are
    Posted to General by Si on Mon, Apr 11 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    [quote user="Denise Barnhart"]Part of them anyway have common funding etc. The part my family belongs to would be dialing 911, having collectively all had heart attacks. Personally, when you read of 1st century judaism (bce/ce), the issue is the same .... trying to get labels pinned on very independent groups and getting it to stick.[/quote] I think
    Posted to General by Si on Mon, Apr 11 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"]The churches do not constitute a denomination (no hierarchy) but consider themselves all part of " The Restoration Movemen t " and are called by others the Stone/Campbell movement or "Campbellites."[/quote] Though the Campbellites insist their churches are not part of a denomination, this is only a semantic argument. A
    Posted to General by Si on Mon, Apr 11 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    [quote user="Ron Keyston Jr"] I'm wondering if some owners of the College Press NIV commentaries could give me some thoughts on the set: theological perspective? what makes this set different or unique from other sets? etc... This is one of the few sets that I haven't been able to "pin down" and determine whether it should be on my wishlist. I can't
    Posted to General by Si on Sun, Apr 10 2011
  • Re: EEC

    [quote user="Michael Childs"]75%+ of all Baptist pastors[/quote] I am a Baptist pastor and am not a dispensationalist. Your estimate may be bit high (perhaps not if you consider all stripes of Baptist pastors), but you will likely find the percentage of Baptist pastors who are dispensationalist decrease as the years increase. The current theological
    Posted to General by Si on Sat, Mar 26 2011
  • Re: EEC

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"]Here are two commentaries with a dispensational view: New American Commentary The Bible Knowledge Commentary [/quote] While it is true that The Bible Knowledge Commentary is dispensational, the New American Commentary is not. There are some dispensationalist commentators in the series (e.g. Eugene Merrill on Deuteronomy
    Posted to General by Si on Fri, Mar 25 2011
  • Bibliotheca Sacra Vol 1-90 Still Does Not Download in L4

    I had some problems on my Windows PC, and had to reinstall the OS. When I installed L4, it automatically downloaded all my books except for Bibliotheca Sacra Vol 1-90. The problem is, I did not realize that I was missing these volumes until one day I noticed that my resource numbers did not match in my two installations of L4: L4Mac and L4PC. I now
    Posted to Logos 4 by Si on Tue, Feb 15 2011
  • Re: Recommend a resource for Christ in the OT

    Tim Keller and Edmund Clowney's Preaching Christ in a Postmodern World is really helpful in thinking about this issue. See the free lectures at http://itunes.apple.com/itunes-u/preaching-christ-in-postmodern/id378879885#ls=1 . I find Keller's lectures more helpful than Clowney's, so if you have limited time, you could skip Clowney and just listen to
    Posted to General by Si on Fri, Feb 11 2011
  • Re: Difference between BHS 4.2 Morphology and BHS WIVU

    [quote user="Theolobias"]The Westminster 4.2 database is for morphological searches only, whereas WIVU contains both morphological and syntactical analysis of the Hebrew and Aramaic texts.[/quote] Does the BHS WIVU included in the Scholars (and above) base package also include the syntactical analysis, or is this just the WIVU morphology?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Si on Sat, Jan 29 2011
  • Re: NIV on iPad

    [quote user="Alan Macgregor"]I think the trouble is Zondervan and their desire for an additional revenue stream from their NIV milch cow.[/quote] This could be the issue, but I think it might be something else. Since Biblica is phasing out (in March 2011) the NIV 1984 and the TNIV for the new gender-neutral NIV 2011, we may only see a 2011 NIV on www
    Posted to Suggestions by Si on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Preacher's Commentary

    [quote user="Giovanni Baggio"] It's not a commentary is a series of sermon manuscripts by different authors.[/quote] This is not an accurate assessment. The Preacher's Commentary is not a series of sermon manuscripts, but is rather an expositional commentary series. The New Testament in this series is generally weak, to the point that I almost never
    Posted to General by Si on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Greek UBS4: Does anyone know how or if it is possible to view the textual apparatus in Logos 4?

    [quote user="Nicholas Dalgardno"] Does anyone know how to view the apparatus in Logos 4 as I would in my hard copy of the UBS4? I can read the text and do word searches, but haven't figured out how to access the variant readings. [/quote] If you have not purchased the SESB http://www.logos.com/product/8484/stuttgart-electronic-study-bible or http:/
    Posted to Logos 4 by Si on Sat, Dec 4 2010
  • Re: NEW Jerome Biblical Commentary

    [quote user="Dominick Sela"] The Bible Speaks Today:New Testament [/quote] The contributor to BST is a different Raymond Brown. This Raymond Brown " was formerly principal of Spurgeon's College in London, England, and he has also served in several pastorates."
    Posted to Suggestions by Si on Sun, Nov 28 2010
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