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  • A Studying the Gospels with Logos Group?

    I want to be in such a group for five reasons: 1. To learn and share how Logos can used to best advantage in the study of the gospels. 2. To identify where needed resources and tools are missing from Logo ( e.g., a synoptic or Q reverse interlinear or “essential” books on the question "Did Jesus claim to be the Messiah?") 3. Where missing resources
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Thu, Feb 2 2012
  • Re: GENERAL: Looking for a source

    I really doubt I can help but I would like to better understand the request. A. allusions (located outside the Torah) referencing (the Law in the OT)? Is there any bounds on "outside the Torah" (e.g., but within OT & Deuterocanonical & NT)? Need specification of "Law in the OT" B. allusions (located ?) referencing [Law in the (OT-Torah)]? Need bounds
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Wed, Feb 1 2012
  • Re: Product reviews broken?

    Todd, I see the error in Chrome.
    Posted to Logos.com by Dennis Parish on Wed, Feb 1 2012
  • Re: Text Comparison

    BBC Barry If you live in Fort Worth email me at dparish at excite dot com.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Dennis Parish on Wed, Feb 1 2012
  • Re: Sloppy, Sloppy, Sloppy (Sadly)

    Posted to Vyrso: Christian Ebooks by Dennis Parish on Tue, Jan 31 2012
  • Re: Sloppy, Sloppy, Sloppy (Sadly)

    I think Steve has a good point that some books on Vyrso should not be there but should be in Logos. For example, what are any books from Baker Academic doing in Vyrso? Look up the scripture index of "Are You the One Who Is to Come? The Historical Jesus and the Messianic Question" in Amazon or Google Books; you'll see references from the Pseudepigrapha
    Posted to Vyrso: Christian Ebooks by Dennis Parish on Tue, Jan 31 2012
  • Re: Christmas Credit

    Mine showed up in my account late yesterday. Email was sent this am. Appears they are rolling this out in waves, with a few hours diff between email and account posting.
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Tue, Jan 31 2012
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    Here is the bibliography from the Oxford Dictionary of Christianity brief article on Mormons. The Mormons use the AV of the Bible, with certain retranslations by Smith. The Book of Mormon first pub. at Palmyra, NY, 1830; A Book of Commandments, comprising revelations to Smith and others, pub. at Independence, Mo., 1833; it was enlarged as Doctrine and
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Tue, Jan 31 2012
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    The Logos wiki Almanac of the Christian World has never really taken off; It has five listings for Mennonites, one for Mormons. (Just noticing; no real point) It is worth obtaining the Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, 3rd edition, either in Logos or in print (now quite affordable). As an sample, the entry for Baptists. Baptists . One of the
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Tue, Jan 31 2012
  • Re: Will Discourse Analysis Help Me Understand the Unity of Luke-Acts?

    Thanks for your thoughtful reply.
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Mon, Jan 30 2012
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    DO NOT FEED THE TROLL! May God grant you His peace Peter.
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Mon, Jan 30 2012
  • Will Discourse Analysis Help Me Understand the Unity of Luke-Acts?

    I am struggling to understand how the discourse analysis tools could benefit my study of scripture. I have read the blogs and previous forum threads, but I am still uncertain how I would apply these resources. Thus the question in the title. I guess I am trying to ask two questions: a. how does discourse analysis apply to narrative (and poetry)? b.
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Mon, Jan 30 2012
  • Re: New Testament Introduction

    I had Brown's Introduction . Great stuff.
    Posted to Suggestions by Dennis Parish on Sun, Jan 29 2012
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    DO NOT FEED THE TROLL! Here is a gentle reminder of the forum rules. Please keep your discussions focused on Logos Bible Software: our software, products, websites, company, tools, etc. Please do not discuss or debate biblical, theological, or other controversial topics. Use one of the many web forums intended for these kinds of discussions. Please
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Sat, Jan 28 2012
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    Do not feed the troll!
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Sat, Jan 28 2012
  • Re: New Testament Introduction

    George, I believe this book is now the leading continental introduction to the NT. (Note Betz's comments). It would be great to have either(or both!) on Logos.
    Posted to Suggestions by Dennis Parish on Sat, Jan 28 2012
  • Re: N.T.Wright

    The last I heard his book on Paul (vol. 4 of the NT and the People of God) is due out in 2012. I hope Logos will put it at the head of the line re publication.
    Posted to Suggestions by Dennis Parish on Thu, Jan 26 2012
  • Re: Library Categories: "Tags" vs. "My Tags"

    Thanks Dave.
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Wed, Jan 25 2012
  • Library Categories: "Tags" vs. "My Tags"

    I have read the Wiki and Morris Proctor's manuals re "My Tags" category and understand them. However, I do not understand why and how to use the "Tags" category, which is a category available for display in the Logos 4 library window. I have searched the wiki, Proctor's manuals, and the forum and found only one line in Proctor's manual describing "Tags
    Posted to General by Dennis Parish on Wed, Jan 25 2012
  • Re: "look inside" feature and table of contents

    Trying to speak the truth in love, "look inside" adds little value. I even prefer the old sample pages to "look inside." To choose a book, I want the TOC; Indexes of Authors, Sources, and Bibliography (to gauge the scope and quality of coverage), and a sample of the author's text. Professional and user reviews are also very helpful. To that end, I almost
    Posted to Suggestions by Dennis Parish on Wed, Jan 25 2012
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