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  • Re: Somewhat OT: Greek is Killing Me! Any Suggestions?

    I encourage you, Joseph, in your studies. There is no easy way to memorize these endings other than just repetition. I am currently tutoring a friend in Greek and have told him the same. One thing to note: really hit home the 3rd declension nouns. These endings will show up again when you begin learning participles, and if you have a good grasp on them
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Wed, Jun 8 2016
  • Re: The top 3 prepubs i.e. closest to going over

    As the author of the two posts linked above, I am very happy to see this come to fruition. Thanks to all who pre-ordered! And, Brian, I have been told my a few authorities that is is pronounced "speak", as you noted. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Thu, Jan 8 2015
  • Re: Is Jerome Murphy O’Connor Unknown to Logos?

    [quote user="Denise"]Given the missing Mr O'Connor, I have to assume it's intentional (or indeed they've not heard of him yet).[/quote] We know of the late Murphy-O'Connor. It would be almost impossible to do any work in Paul ( especially the Corinthians correspondence) without running into his name more than once. I know I have personally made a note
    Posted to Suggestions by Clifford Kvidahl on Sun, Nov 9 2014
  • Re: New Macs (including Minis)!

    I recently bought a refurbished mini and like it quite a bit! I had a second SSD put in—I would not recommend trying to do this yourself, there is not a lot of room in these things! Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Sun, Oct 19 2014
  • Re: NT Grammatical Cross Reference Tool?

    Liam, The Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament may be what you are looking for. IT is not yet completed, but the volumes that have been published thus far are excellent. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Sun, Sep 28 2014
  • Re: OT 291: The Jewish Trinity

    [quote user="Mike Pettit"] At the end of Segment 32 there is a "see also" reading item of: Justin Martyr on Christ’s Role in the Exodus ANF1:AFJMICE This is locked in my library but when Logos offers to show you the resource it says it does not exist. Can someone tell me which resource this is and suggest why I do not have it as I have all the Church
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Clifford Kvidahl on Sun, Sep 14 2014
  • Re: Journals Progress???

    [quote] I've been in since 1/6/2012 but I've worried about how much is in English to make it worth the $99 [/quote] A fair question. See here for their author index. It will give you an idea of how much is in English. It may not be a full list of authors, just the last few years or so. http://www.bsw.org/filologia-neotestamentaria/index-by-authors/
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Sun, Sep 7 2014
  • Re: Journals Progress???

    [quote user="Tom Reynolds"] I'm sorry Cliff but there are lots of other things I can spend $100 on that will be more useful. [/quote] I understand completely. I just did not want this set to go unnoticed by those who may find it useful for their studies. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Sun, Sep 7 2014
  • Re: Journals Progress???

    Journals are a great addition to our libraries—indispensable on many levels! And while we are talking about journals, may I again make a push for Filología Neotestamentaria ? If you are interested in matters pertaining to Greek, this journal is one to have in your library! Do not let the title mislead you, there are many, many articles in here that
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Sun, Sep 7 2014
  • Re: deSilva on Hebrews

    The Cascade volume is a brief introduction to matters pertaining to authorship, setting, etc. All background material one would expect to find in the introduction of a commentary. The Eerdmans edition is a full-fledged commentary, with a robust introduction and comments on the text of Hebrews. The Cascade work will have some overlap with the introduction
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Sun, Sep 7 2014
  • Book Builder Tool

    For those of you who use Book Builder, you can get PDF-to-Word-Converter for OS X for free right now in the App Store . Just wanted to point it out for any who may find this useful. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Mon, Jul 7 2014
  • Re: Vyrso Deal: From Pentecost to Patmos, Craig Blomberg ($2.99)

    Another title to note: The Progressive Publication of Matthew Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Wed, Jun 25 2014
  • Re: bdag today?

    [quote user="Armwood"] Have you used your bdag lexi today? This week ? This month? [/quote] I used it today, which is what I do usually every day of the week. Why do you ask?
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Tue, May 6 2014
  • Themelios 39.1 (2014)

    The newest Themelios has been published. And like the last time, get the Logos edition for free. Themelios 39.1 Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Tue, Apr 22 2014
  • Re: default Greek font in Logos 5

    I am a bit of a Greek font snob. Right now I have installed the Brill Greek font, which I am very fond of. Here is the link for the font download. http://www.brill.com/sites/default/files/brill_font_package_2_02.zip Let me know what you think of the font. Cliff
    Posted to Logos 5 by Clifford Kvidahl on Sun, Apr 13 2014
  • PB of some of Richard Bauckham's Unpublished essays and lectures

    I have attached a zip file of PDF's for some awesome person to turn into a PB if they are so inclined. I do not have time to work on this myself right now, but I may in the future. It's here for you if you want to have these. Cliff 7633.Bauckham.zip
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Wed, Jan 29 2014
  • Re: I'm so mad I could Spicq!!

    [quote user="Ergatees"] this is typical for French works printed after WW2. i used to search used bookstores in France and bought several volumes like you describe. i am surprised by all the comments generated on this. The interest is good. but i am thinking that maybe Spicq's work has been taken up by later writers and maybe there is no need to get
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Fri, Jan 24 2014
  • Re: I'm so mad I could Spicq!!

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] [quote user="George Somsel"] [quote user="Ergatees"] Yep! I want the original. I don't want to have to deal with someone's translation if I can have the original. As I said once, the originals are out of print. Maybe they are too outdated? I dropped my bid for the vols after waiting about a year. Bids were piling up so $40 was
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Fri, Jan 24 2014
  • Re: I'm so mad I could Spicq!!

    [quote user="Dean053"] Thanks Clifford--It's great to hear that you guys are so passionate about this project--I need Spicq for my dissertation (or at least it would be very useful to reference it), and I'm just not sure how citing Logos would look in that format. Having said that, my attempts at securing a copy have not been very successful so far
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Fri, Jan 24 2014
  • Re: I'm so mad I could Spicq!!

    Dean053 Thanks for your comments and concerns. I share most—is not all—of your concerns. As the one who spearheaded this, let me try to answer what I can. 1. Translator: We will do our best to get a recognized scholar in the field of NT studies, but this is not an easy process. Translation costs are not cheap. The going rate is anywhere from $6 up per
    Posted to General by Clifford Kvidahl on Fri, Jan 24 2014
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