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  • Re: Narrative Character Maps

    I like the idea of tracking participants/characters and how they interact with other character over the span of several stories/episodes. But I need a bit more help in how to read the map. What does the moving of the character's line indicate? Does further up in the map indicate foreground (spotlight) and further down background? But then why for example
    Posted to Logos 6 by Schumitinu on Sat, Nov 1 2014
  • Re: DIY Bible Study

    By the way, what does DIY stand for?
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Fri, Oct 31 2014
  • Re: New Feature: Propositional Outlines

    I have been requesting a propositional outline for the past 18 month or so. I'm really excited that Logos went that route! I know that this takes a lot of work. Very much appreciated! And yes, the OT would be a very welcome addition too!!!
    Posted to Logos 6 by Schumitinu on Wed, Oct 29 2014
  • Re: Semantic Domains for the Old Testament available in English Bibles

    [quote user="Schumitinu"] and even analyzing propositional relations beyond connector words. People like Steven Runge have spent uncountable hours interacting with the text on a discourse level and have already shared some of their insights. It's "just" a matter of taking it to the next level and apply it to the text. Yes, it is a lot of work, like
    Posted to Suggestions by Schumitinu on Tue, Oct 28 2014
  • Re: Literary and Semantic Structure Analysis

    Thank you Logos! The Propositional Bible Outlines Dataset takes care of this!
    Posted to Suggestions by Schumitinu on Tue, Oct 28 2014
  • Re: Can speaker labels be searched?

    Ok, here is what I would like to do: I'd like to find all the places where Job in the book of Job asks questions, or all the questions that Job asks. Then as a further step I'd like to look at all the verses where Job questions God, i.e. where God is the object of the question. So first step all the questions Job asks and then the second step single
    Posted to Logos 5 by Schumitinu on Wed, Oct 8 2014
  • Can speaker labels be searched?

    Can speaker labels or the reported speech dataset be searched? With other words can I search for all the speeches of one particular person? This of course would include more than just the initial verse where the speaker is labeled if the speech is longer than one verse.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Schumitinu on Wed, Oct 8 2014
  • Re: How to search for questions

    Thank you all! the Morph and LN search seem to be accurate enough for what I want to do. Although I might experiment doing a syntax search on syntactic force having to do with interrogation. This might be a bit more accurate than the morph search. Mark, in the thread about Christ's questions you made a comment: "For example, The Lexham Causal Outlines
    Posted to Logos 5 by Schumitinu on Tue, Oct 7 2014
  • How to search for questions

    How can I search a Bible passage/book for questions in that passage/book? It is relatively easy to search for commands using mood in morph search. But how can I find all Yes and No and all content questions (W and H questions)? Any ideas?
    Posted to Logos 5 by Schumitinu on Tue, Oct 7 2014
  • Re: Hebrew and LXX parallel transliteration

    The following Greek dictionaries make mention of the Hebrew equivalent. Dictionary of Biblical languages with Semantic Domains, Greek (New Testament), James A. Swanson Lexham Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament Lexham Analytical Lexicon to the Septuagint If you come across a Greek word in the NT in a reverse interlinear Bible, right click
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Thu, Oct 2 2014
  • Re: Translating Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia

    Ryan, If you are an approved translator or work in connection with an approved translation agency you should check this out: http://www.sil.org/resources/publications/entry/54148
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Wed, Oct 1 2014
  • Re: Neue Bibelpreise

    [quote user="Thomas Ehlert"] Hier mal was für Leute, die "Bibeln" billig selber machen wollen. Habe es nicht ausprobiert sondern bin durch Zufall drauf gestoßen . . . (Leider in Englisch,aber mit deutschen Bibeln ) Download Simple Bible Reader & Converter here: http://www.churchsw.org/2013/02/simple-bible-reader-converter.html Then download the Bibles
    Posted to Deutsch by Schumitinu on Sun, Sep 28 2014
  • Re: Morris Proctor Training Manuals

    I don't have these manuals but I do like Morris Procter's posts in the Logos Blog. I have learned a lot through his blog entries. However, since they are not downloadable and do not integrate into the Logos library, they are no option for me neither (living oversees). But you might want to check out learnlogos.com. John Fallahee often provides a Word
    Posted to Logos 5 by Schumitinu on Wed, Sep 17 2014
  • searching collection in passage guide

    I have made some collections and added them to my custom passage guide. Now if I look up a certain passage I get hits from that collection. The hits however show up as "ranked", which makes it hard to skim through. Is there a way to sort those hits "by Title" just like in a basic search?
    Posted to Logos 5 by Schumitinu on Tue, Sep 16 2014
  • Re: wiki: discovering hebrew lemma in LXX

    A further question: How do these LXX versions with Hebrew interlinear differ from the Parallel aligned Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek texts of Jewish scripture? https://www.logos.com/product/2209/the-parallel-aligned-hebrew-aramaic-and-greek-texts-of-jewish-scripture
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Tue, Sep 16 2014
  • Re: wiki: discovering hebrew lemma in LXX

    Excellent! Thank you!
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Tue, Sep 16 2014
  • wiki: discovering hebrew lemma in LXX

    https://wiki.logos.com/DISCOVERING_HOW_A_HEBREW_LEMMA_IS_TRANSLATED_IN_THE_SEPTUAGINT "This only works in the Logos LXX – but in the Logos LXX there is a reverse interlinear which pairs each Greek word with its Hebrew counterpart. So if you right click on a Greek word in the Logos LXX it will give you the option to search with the Hebrew lemma or the
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Tue, Sep 16 2014
  • Re: The Literary Structure of the Old Testament: A Commentary on Genesis–Malachi question

    [quote user="David Thomas"] Since Greek and Hebrew are very different languages, the logic is also very different. [/quote] My guess is, that for the NT it would be more on the line of rhetoric. If we could list a few resources or series that examine rhetoric structures and rhetoric devices in individual books, that would be helpful. What about these
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Mon, Sep 15 2014
  • Re: The Literary Structure of the Old Testament: A Commentary on Genesis–Malachi question

    Does anybody know of a similar resource analyzing the New Testament?
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Sun, Sep 14 2014
  • Re: The Literary Structure of the Old Testament: A Commentary on Genesis–Malachi question

    Does anybody know of a similar resource analyzing the New Testament?
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Sun, Sep 14 2014
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