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  • Re: The most important Hebrew feature Faithlife (Lexham) could ever have

    [quote user="George Somsel"] And torture isn't so bad if you don't feel it. Use a plain Hebrew text rather than an interlinear and there will be no transliteration. [/quote] I'm talking about introductory lessons where they need to make a mental connection to the sound of the Hebrew letters and vowels for the first time. Of course, we should quickly
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 31 2015
  • Re: The most important Hebrew feature Faithlife (Lexham) could ever have

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Which is why I'd like to see a move towards use of the International Phonetic Alphabet ... but I understand why the ambiguous legacy transcriptions dominate. [/quote] In my Hebrew classes I use traditional transcriptions for consonants, but the IPA for vowels. I'm teaching teenagers so I don't really want confuse them with θ
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 31 2015
  • Re: biblical hebrew

    I don't know if you'll find this helpful, but for the Hebrew learners here, you may want to take a look at this recent post of mine: The most important Hebrew feature Faithlife (Lexham) could ever have for pronunciation
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Fri, Jan 30 2015
  • Re: As a British user, why can't I buy either of the Anglicised NIVs?

    I must say I wish all my English Bibles in Logos used British spelling, but I realise that the company is based in America, and that the vast majority of their resources are made for that target market/audience.
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Fri, Jan 30 2015
  • Re: biblical hebrew

    I'd like to complement Rosie's Hebrew Bible link with these mp3s of the Hebrew bible, though they are obviously not complete: Torah: Genesis Numbers Prophets: Joshua Judges 1st Samuel 2nd Samuel Obadiah Haggai Writings: Psalms Proverbs Job Song of Songs Ruth Lamentations Ecclesiastes Esther Daniel
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Fri, Jan 30 2015
  • Re: Australian Friends of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="David De Mers"] “...share ideas for how we can increase awareness of Logos Bible Software amongst our community at large. Would love to hear your thoughts!” [/quote] Apart from some being in financial position which limits or stops them purchasing Logos, if you ask me, the #1 one thing stopping greater adoption is lack of product awareness
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Thu, Jan 29 2015
  • Re: Australian Friends of Logos Bible Software

    Hi, I'm David and a Kiwi! :p I totally love Logos and use it practically day! p.s. Please no un-Christ-like jokes about sheep and goats, thanks and best regards! :)
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Thu, Jan 29 2015
  • Re: UK Logos Users?

    Does Logos have any British pronunciation audio bibles?
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Thu, Jan 29 2015
  • Re: The most important Hebrew feature Faithlife (Lexham) could ever have

    Here's a further example: Exodus 28 (click to see in HD) If I were to transcribe ואתה & תדבר from that text, they'd come out as: wə'attɑ & tə ðabber, with doubled consonants as a result of the דגש חזק (which are visually different from a דגש קל), so students never get confused . Also see Ḥokhma (with the blue line above it). It has a silent שוא with
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Wed, Jan 28 2015
  • Re: The most important Hebrew feature Faithlife (Lexham) could ever have

    [quote user="David E Haeuser"] I think most beginning grammars will point out that qamets is a long a in open or accented syllables, and short o in unaccented closed (consonant vowel consonant) syllables. When the pointing was developed, one symbol was adopted for two different sounds, but that simple rule will tell you which pronunciation a word with
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Wed, Jan 28 2015
  • The most important Hebrew feature Faithlife (Lexham) could ever have

    For pronunciation that is... Have a look at Genesis 2:15 in Logos... How do you pronounce/transliterate the last two Hebrew words? Most beginners would say, "l'avda ulshamra." Now take a look at the same verse as published by Machon Simanim in Israel. (Click on the photo below to see it in high resolution) Now the Hebrew student would say le'ovdah ulshomrah
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Wed, Jan 28 2015
  • Re: When will the Hologram Bible be available in Logos?

    It all comes down to profitability. If there are enough Logos users who would buy a Holo interface from Faithlife, they could employ the programmers necessary to make it happen, but if it's only a few geeks that like it. It's never going to happen.
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Mon, Jan 26 2015
  • Re: Windows 10

    [quote user="JoshInRI"] I do believe Jesus is coming back again. I do not believe we will EVER have support for Windows 10 and touch functionality for Windows tablets though! [/quote] Oh, k... personally I don't believe date setting is very helpful in our Christian walk, though if I had to speculate, I'd lean to 2000 years from the accession around
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Sun, Jan 25 2015
  • Re: Some Reverse Interlinear Updates

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"] This base package didn't include the LEB OT reverse interlinear (since the OT translation itself wasn't completed until 2012: https://blog.logos.com/2012/02/the-leb-old-testament-is-now-available/ ). I'm also not seeing it unlocked on your account, so I think this might be an error with the website; I'll open
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Sun, Jan 25 2015
  • Re: Some Reverse Interlinear Updates

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"] Have you purchased a package containing the LEB Hebrew Reverse Interlinear? [/quote] Well, I've been considering upgrading to new base packages lately, and this is what I see on the upgrade page: The base package I purchased was original languages for Logos 4. I heard that I could install Logos 5, only that
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Sun, Jan 25 2015
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    If you put out a poll, I suspect you'd get a lot more people wanting a Holographic version of Logos for Windows 10... J.A.R.V.I.S I want the letter of Polycarp up on my wall thanks. :p
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 24 2015
  • Re: Some Reverse Interlinear Updates

    I'm running Logos 5, is there a reason why I can't see the LEB reverse interlinear for the Hebrew Bible? The reverse interlinear for the Greek NT works fine... Thanks...
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 24 2015
  • Re: Dear Faithlife Employees,

    I want to add my heartfelt thanks to the Faithlife team... Helping a multitude of the faithful learning, studying and being impacted by the living Word of God in an unprecedented way never before possible! Without you, it would not happen in the same way. Simply put, Logos is a gamechanger for every Christian, something which I believe every Christian
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 24 2015
  • Re: Windows 10

    [quote user="James Hiddle"] The Hologram technology looks pretty cool. Wonder if you can access Logos through that? [/quote] Hologram Logos all the way!!! Floating Hebrew text with interlinear and commentaries :)
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 24 2015
  • Re: Custom order of canonical books?

    Hmmm. Well we definitely wouldn't want to remove books like Luther wanted with James or like what Marcion did....
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 24 2015
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