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  • Re: Accountability in your studies

    [quote user="Michael Kinch"] What do you do to maintain personal accountability in your studies? By this I mean what do you do to help you stay on track in your studies. I find it easy to begin a new study but often get sidetracked before I have completed it. I am thinking of starting a blog or even just a personal journal. Also considering finding
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Sat, Aug 5 2017
  • Re: How much is my Logos collection worth?

    [quote user="Scott P. Bushey"] Not that I want to sell, mind u...I love my Logos! is there a way to denominate my collection? *I own the Reformed Portfolio [/quote] Sign in to your Logos account and look at the bottom of your "Order History". There you should find a grand total.
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Fri, Aug 4 2017
  • Re: Why does the ESV

    The U[quote user="Josh Hunt"] [quote user="William Gabriel"]The UBS Handbook entry on the verse is really good, so I would second reading it.[/quote] UBS handbook.... does that = https://www.logos.com/product/47221/helps-for-translators [/quote] This is the UBS handbooks = https://www.logos.com/product/39480/ubs-handbook-series-old-and-new-testament
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, Aug 3 2017
  • Re: Release dates?

    [quote user="Miles Custis"] We don't provide estimated release dates for our courses in advance because our priorities sometimes shift and our production schedule gets adjusted. That said, as of now we're planning on releasing OT312 before the end of the year. It's our longest course yet, so it will take a while to get through our production processes
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, Aug 3 2017
  • Re: Hebrew OT Counterpart to Lexham SGNT Notes?

    [quote user="Alexander Fogassy"] The Lexham Syntactic Greek NT Notes is fantastic for study of the New Testament. Is there a corollary for the OT? Perhaps something by andersen-forbes? Thanks! [/quote] I suggest you might want to look at this thread in the forum. https://community.logos.com/forums/t/133662.aspx
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Sun, Jul 30 2017
  • Re: Manuscript Traditions and our Translations

    Neil Lightfoot's "How We Got The Bible" is helpful and interesting. https://www.logos.com/product/43264/how-we-got-the-bible
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Tue, Jul 25 2017
  • Re: Practice Greek like a Master Violinist: new Academic Blog post up

    [quote user="EastTN"] I found the article both incredibly persuasive, but also quite daunting - if not discouraging. Everything Tavis said makes complete sense. The challenge for me is that - to borrow his metaphor - I love music and I'm taking lessons, but I'm never going to be a master violinist. I have a full-time secular job, but I've made the decision
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Wed, Jul 12 2017
  • Re: Hiding resources in bulk.

    [quote user="BDW"] I accidentally added around 1k in free books that are in languages I can't read.. is there a way I can undo this without hiding each resource individually? [/quote] Talk to customer service. They may be able to get rid of them for you permanently by locking them again. If you don't want these books- obviously you can't read them-
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, Jul 6 2017
  • Re: Three updates in the same day

    You may try opening up Tools, open the Program Settings. Down the list you will find Internet. It will contain a button for Automatically Download Updates. If the yes is checked, it will give you the option of when you want the updates to occur. I have mine set between midnight and 2 am, when I am happily sawing logs instead of trying to work on Logos
    Posted to Logos 7 by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, Jun 29 2017
  • Re: Reading Koine Greek

    [quote user="Tom Parker"] Looking at this resource https://www.logos.com/product/46868/reading-koine-greek-an-introduction-and-integrated-workbook Firstly, can anyone recommend this as a good resource for learning NT Greek? I have been waiting for the Mobile Ed course on Greek, but I have some free time over the summer to invest in Greek Studies, and
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, Jun 29 2017
  • Re: Resource Suggestion: In-Depth Look at Lev 16:21

    [quote user="Dave Moser"] I'm preaching on Lev 16 this week, which contains a construction I've not seen before, and the commentaries I own don't address it. In Lev 16:21 three words are used to describe the sin being transferred to the scapegoat. The first two nouns are marked with the direct object marker but the last has a lammed preposition. Most
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, Jun 8 2017
  • Re: What references would you use in a Systematic Theology? New post on theLAB by Rick Brannan.

    [quote user="TCBlack"] [quote user="Lonnie Spencer"]he Scripture graph is only unhelpful if one is looking at it in parts and not as a whole. It has nothing to do with bias against the Old Testament. It simply reflects the nature of how Systematic Theology attempts to explain the topics of the bible. [/quote] I believe you, and I accept what you all
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Tue, Jun 6 2017
  • Re: What references would you use in a Systematic Theology? New post on theLAB by Rick Brannan.

    [quote user="TCBlack"] Fascinating and disturbing. The apparent preference for the NT and what might be considered the expense of the OT is disturbingly curious. It also reflects in some ways the modern church's generalized ignorance and distance from the OT. Which is strange to me since I expect most (all?) authors of an ST to be well aware of the
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Tue, Jun 6 2017
  • Re: Home page Ad Banner

    Thanks Rick!
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Sat, May 27 2017
  • Home page Ad Banner

    Is there a way to remove the Logos 7 ad banner from my homepage?
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Sat, May 27 2017
  • Re: Is there a name (i.e. literary style) for these type of stories in the bible?

    Leland Ryken, "Words of Delight" is a big help in learning about the literary types found in the bible and seeing how they work. He spends the first 120 pages explaining biblical narrative. https://www.logos.com/product/5332/words-of-delight-a-literary-introduction-to-the-bible-2nd-ed
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, May 25 2017
  • Re: Logos training

    I like Morris for the way he puts everything in Logos under one tent in the manuals. Subjects are cataloged for easy reference. But I think were John excels is in his webinars where he makes the training practical by showing how it relates to a typical bible study or sermon prep. The webinars are free. You get to road test the material before you buy
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Thu, May 4 2017
  • Re: Is Camp Logos worth the money?

    Yes, Camp Logos is worth it. Morris is one of the nicest people around. The camp is interactive and fun. There were people there who would walk around and give personal help when you were stuck. There was a syllabus with the camp that is sufficient enough to review everything that was covered when you get home. At least go once for the experience. It
    Posted to General by Lonnie Spencer on Tue, May 2 2017
  • Theology of Revelation

    Book Suggestion: "The Theology of Revelation" by Richard Bauckham
    Posted to Suggestions by Lonnie Spencer on Tue, Apr 4 2017
  • Re: Sermon Published without my permission

    [quote user="Jacob Carpenter (Faithlife)"] [quote user="DAL"] but the option is not available ... on previously created sermons[/quote] This is by design. Sermons created before the introduction of the autopublish feature do not have any autopublish options. If you'd like to publish those to SoundFaith, you can use the "Export... > Post to SoundFaith
    Posted to Logos 7 by Lonnie Spencer on Fri, Mar 31 2017
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