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  • Re: To all MB/anabaptists brothers and sisters

    You may also find "Bible Doctrine: A Treatise on the Great Doctrines of the Bible, Pertaining to God, Angels, Satan, the Church, and the Salvation, Duties and Destiny of Man" helpful. This is an older theology of Mennonite doctrine, published in the early 1900's. Some would be in complete agreement with it and others would not be in complete agreement
    Posted to Logos 8 by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, May 2 2019
  • Re: "God of all comfort" thoughts?

    I have not read the Lexham book but I think "After Lament: Psalms for Learning to trust God Again" by Glenn Pemberton is an excellent book along the lines you are reading. https://ebooks.faithlife.com/products/124751/after-lament-psalms-for-learning-to-trust-again Pemberton also wrote "Hurting with God: Learning to lament with God" Pemberton was a professor
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Mon, Apr 29 2019
  • Re: What version of the Bible are you planning to read in 2019?

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"]The newest trend I hear is young people reacting against everything digital and turning to paper again but I can't imagine that becoming a long-term trend.[/quote] It could last till they have to move their library... for the third time
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, Jan 3 2019
  • Re: Recommendation for Psalms Resource Please.

    I found the Cornerstone Commentary Psalms/Proverbs commentary helpful when I taught Psalms last year. Mark Futato is the author for the Psalms, the same person who teaches the Psalms Mobile Ed https://www.logos.com/product/14255/cornerstone-biblical-commentary-the-book-of-psalms-the-book-of-proverbs
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Wed, Jan 2 2019
  • Re: What version of the Bible are you planning to read in 2019?

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] Thanks everyone for your replies. It doesn't surprise me that many of you are going to read the CSB. Having just finished it I know you will enjoy it. It is a solid version. I still have a few hours to decide but right now I'm leaning toward the NET Bible. Has anyone read it through it a year before? [/quote] I read through
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Tue, Jan 1 2019
  • Re: The Trinity, Practically Speaking

    No, but it sure looks interesting. I noticed it got 5 stars in 6 reviews over at Amazon, for whatever that's worth. For 5 bucks, I'm taking a chance on reading it.
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Fri, Dec 7 2018
  • Re: Mobile Ed Course: BI205 Old Testament Exegesis: Understanding and Applying the Old Testament

    [quote user="William McFadden"] Hi all, Is it absolutely necessary to have had a course in Hebrew to make sense of many of the topics in this course? Thanks in advance, Bill [/quote] Hi Bill, You probably will have a better chance for a response if you post your question in the Logos Mobile Education instead of posting it here. Good luck and hope you
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Lonnie Spencer on Wed, Oct 31 2018
  • Re: Rest in peace, Dr. Harold Willmington

    Love the "Outline Bible" he wrote
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Mon, Oct 15 2018
  • Re: Best Logos Tip?

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] Have a named layout(s) with your favourite/most used resources, at least one guide, two Search panels in separate tiles, and a narrow tile on the right for Tools like Highlighting, Information, Favorites. No more than 20 panels in total. Advantages: When you search, you can often select from Open Resources You can compare
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Tue, Sep 18 2018
  • Re: Logos for Children

    You may want to check out the "Bible Study Handbook: A Resource For Teaching 175 Stories from the Bible" by John Walton and Kim Walton. It was written with Sunday school teachers teaching kids about the Bible in mind. https://www.logos.com/product/46950/the-bible-story-handbook-a-resource-for-teaching-175-stories-from-the-bible
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Sun, Sep 9 2018
  • Re: book recommendations for sermons structure/outline?

    I like O. Wesley Allen, "Determining the Form: Structures for Preaching" Allen gives a description, an evaluation and a case study of some of the main sermon forms one could use to craft a sermon. Contents Chapter 1 · Why Form Matters The History of Sermonic Form Form and Function Chapter 2 · Unity, Movement, and Climax: Essential Qualities
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, Aug 30 2018
  • Re: Resource suggestions?

    Tom, I think what you are looking for is not a lexicon, which would give you lemma definitions, but a Greek grammar that would help explain how a participle, or other parts of morphology works in Greek. You may want to look at something like Wallace, "Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics." He not only explains morphology but also includes a lot of examples
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Lonnie Spencer on Mon, Jul 2 2018
  • Re: How do you use Logos for inductive Bible study?

    [quote user="Rich DeRuiter"] [quote user="Tes"] I could understand that everyone has his own way of using Logos for Bible study. It would be very helpful to learn from others how they use Logos as a tool for Inductive Bible study. [/quote] I create inductive Bible studies for the small group Bible studies I lead. What I do is look at the text and begin
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Fri, Jun 22 2018
  • Re: Any ideas for a good Intro to the Bible for nonbelievers?

    I haven't read this book yet but it certainly looks promising for what you are looking for. J.P. Moreland, "Scaling the Secular City: a defense of Christianity." https://www.logos.com/product/43362/scaling-the-secular-city-a-defense-of-christianity I have read "Love Your God With All Your Mind" many times, which is now in Logos. Also is his book he
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Tue, Jun 5 2018
  • Re: Christianity Today, 2009, Volume 53, Numbers 1–12 temporary download

    [quote user="Daniel Motley (Faithlife)"] [quote user="Lonnie Spencer"] A simple heads up from Faith life would have sufficed [/quote] Hi Lonnie, You're right, we should have given a heads up before we added the license to Logos Basic. In the future, we will do a better job of communicating any changes beforehand. My apologies! Daniel [/quote] Thanks
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Fri, May 25 2018
  • Re: Christianity Today, 2009, Volume 53, Numbers 1–12 temporary download

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] I kind of asked for it when ordering Logos Basic, and I'm glad I got it so I can sample the CT bundle before its release. It's beyond my comprehension why people complain when they receive something for free, especially when it's dead easy to hide. Thanks FL for this temporary gift. [/quote] I don't mind free stuff at all. I
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Fri, May 25 2018
  • Re: Christianity Today, 2009, Volume 53, Numbers 1–12 temporary download

    [quote user="Daniel Motley (Faithlife)"] Hi all, We decided to include volume 53 of CT in Logos Basic as a teaser, allowing you to explore a year of CT at your leisure. It won't be in Basic forever, but hopefully it will allow you to read, research, and explore 12 issues of one of the most important evangelical Christian magazines available. Let me
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, May 24 2018
  • Re: Logos Training Tips

    Thanks John! Wouldn't have learned half the stuff of using Logos or writing sermons without your Webinars
    Posted to Logos 7 by Lonnie Spencer on Mon, May 14 2018
  • Re: Block Diagramming

    Hi Michael Two resources in Logos that may help you is "Greek for the Rest of Us" by William Mounce and "The Hermeneutical Spiral" by Grant Osborne. They both have sections on block diagraming.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, Mar 15 2018
  • Re: Sentence Diagram - Text Flow Settings

    [quote user="oWretch"] Hi there, Are there any settings to configure the way the Sentence Diagram tool? What I would like to do, if possible, is retain the punctuation and strip out verse numbers when I insert text. I've tried editing the text to remove the verse numbers, but I get left with a blank text area that has to stay in the flow of text. Is
    Posted to Logos 7 by Lonnie Spencer on Sun, Mar 4 2018
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