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  • Important Time-saving Constructive Suggestion: make search result reference to verses tool-tipped

    I enjoy using Logos 4, but it takes an inordinate amount of time to hand-check search results in a hard-copy Bible when the Scripture references that show up in the search are not "tool tipped." I am searching for reciprocal references in my book The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge . Logos provides excellent, accurate results, but I cannot simply
    Posted to Suggestions by Jerome Smith on Wed, Dec 28 2011
  • Re: Important Time-saving Constructive Suggestion: make search result reference to verses tool-tipped

    I think I can almost follow your suggestion to get the results from Logos 4 that I am seeking. I never tried "clicking" on the blue heading like Deuteronomy 26 before. When I clicked, it opened the NTSK to that chapter, and I scrolled down to verse 11. I separately typed "Dt 26:11" in the Bible view panel, and of course it gave me the full verse to
    Posted to Suggestions by Jerome Smith on Wed, Dec 28 2011
  • Re: Important Time-saving Constructive Suggestion: make search result reference to verses tool-tipped

    Dear Graham and all, Thanks indeed are due to KS4J. I didn't mention KS4J because when writing a new response previous posts were obscured, and I could not scroll up to see who had made the good suggestion. But for me, your explanations and diagrams helped me to understand what KS4J had suggested. Logos 4 was indexing my collection, which had just been
    Posted to Suggestions by Jerome Smith on Wed, Dec 28 2011
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    John, both you and I made fast work of Proposition 58 in Peters. Yet Proposition 58 is abundantly proven from Scripture, starting with Matthew 21:43. It is even a fulfillment of explicit Bible prophecy found in Micah 5:3. Using my study resource available in Logos 5, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , you can find many additional Scripture passages
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Sep 11 2013
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    I enjoyed reading the responses on this thread. As for the title of this thread, and the content of an early comment, though the term "Rapture" does not occur in the KJV English Bible, yet the Greek word which it represents as it occurs in 1 Thessalonians 4:17, is there rendered "caught up." Since the meeting occurs "in the clouds" to meet the Lord
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Sep 9 2013
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    I've had Ladd's volume since it first came out and have read it carefully. It surely is a shorter work than Peters!
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Sep 9 2013
  • Re: New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

    It turns out that the Publisher decided (without consulting me!) to leave the Topic Number Index out of the electronic version. That was a bad mistake! There is much material in the Topic Number Index which does not appear in the Subject Index. The first 750 topic number index entries do appear in the Subject Index. Perhaps the publisher thought all
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Sep 9 2013
  • Re: Who is the Pre-eminent authority on dispensational pre-millenialism, and do they have a book in Logos?

    Forgive my comment here, but George N. H. Peters would be a great resource to add to those already mentioned, and it is available from Logos. In three volumes, Peters in his work The Theocratic Kingdom is the most thorough scholar I've encountered in the field of Bible prophecy. Dr. Dwight Pentecost cites Peters a number of times in his great work,
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Oct 9 2014
  • Re: Woot! It's HERE! C.S. Lewis Collection!!!!

    Now I am in too. I have many of the works listed already in my personal print library, but as a retired English teacher I see material pertaining to works about literature that I ought to read that are not in my print collection. Now if I could only interest enough of you to get excited about some important works on Community Pricing (the recently listed
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sat, Jan 3 2015
  • Re: Explore the Book

    I agree that J. Sidlow Baxter's books are valuable for Bible study. I met him in person and heard him speak for a week at the Highland Park Baptist Church when it was still in Highland Park, a city inside the city of Detroit, Michigan. I bought all the books he had available at that time directly from the author. He even autographed my Bible. The thing
    Posted to Suggestions by Jerome Smith on Mon, Dec 8 2014
  • Push CP McClintock & Strong Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological, & Ecclesiastical Literature

    I have this set in hard copy and have used it for many decades. It has superior content for Bible study (and much more). As a simple example, see the subject entry for "Well" (volume 10, pages 903-905). As a Logos product the abundant Scripture references ought to be readily accessible. There are extensive bibliographies for most subject entries, Biblical
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Feb 7 2014
  • Re: Push CP McClintock & Strong Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological, & Ecclesiastical Literature

    We need to get more people interested in this great resource! I have a story to tell about the hard-copy set I own. I effectively bought it twice, but only have one copy. The store I bought it from first in Grand Rapids had a special on it, so I paid the amount, expecting it to be shipped to my home in Detroit. Never arrived--store went bankrupt. So
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Feb 7 2014
  • This sleeper needs a boost--a major collection of works about baptism in CP

    I know by long experience that this set of many volumes is very informative. The collection adequately covers many sides of the doctrine of baptism. It really does help your wider understanding of the Bible itself to have studied these volumes. Here is the link as best I know how to "copy and paste" it: https://www.logos.com/product/33657/classic-studies
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Using Logos to build a sermon on superpowers

    Dear Brad, The FS numbers refer to Figure of Speech numbers, keyed to E. W. Bullinger's Figures of Speech in the Bible , which Baker Book House reprinted in 1968 when I asked them to make it available for students of the Bible, and told them where to secure a copy. I gave each figure and sub-division of a figure a unique number, and keyed all instances
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Aug 12 2016
  • Re: Using Logos to build a sermon on superpowers

    Beloved, That was the initially proposed title, proposed by Thomas Nelson Publishers, for my second work on cross references published in 2007. The final title selected was Nelson's Cross Reference Guide to the Bible . So the title you found was never actually used. Nelson's Cross Reference Guide to the Bible is now out of print, and the Publisher says
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Aug 3 2016
  • Re: Using Logos to build a sermon on superpowers

    I might not select an expression like "superpowers," but as the creator of a Bible study resource which is available for Logos, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , I know that a careful study of Romans chapter 12 will lead to some very relevant material in the Bible. In particular, I enjoyed studying out by means of cross reference Bible study
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Aug 3 2016
  • Re: October birthday certificates

    I received my October birthday certificate and used it toward the purchase of what appears to be a most helpful set of four volumes on my "wish list." Thank you, Faith Life!
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Oct 17 2016
  • Re: Primary Source opportunities on CP

    I agree! I've had my bid in on both these excellent resources for some time. If a retired English teacher like me can have an interest in such things, surely many more that come to this forum should have an interest too.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Tue, Sep 13 2016
  • Re: Is there a way for Logos to display all the Biblical references used in a resource?

    The resource itself, in this case, The Theocratic Kingdom, has a very thorough Scripture Index. I have worked through much of that index myself to study the Bible passages referred to in this work. It makes for quite a study.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • Re: What does your library say about you?

    Allen, I actually have two different editions of Peters' work, The Theocratic Kingdom , in Logos. One edition is in three volumes like the print volumes, with the extensive indexes at the end of the third volume. The other edition is all in one "volume," like having three volumes in one. For doing a search, the three-in-one edition is handy. For reading
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Tue, Sep 27 2016
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