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  • How to Report Errors in Interlinears?

    What is the proper way to report an error in an interlinear? I understand that there is a "Report Typo" feature, but that doesn't seem like the proper way to report an interlinear problem, since it is basically geared towards the English text. For example, in Hosea 14:3 in the NKJV, the interlinear is missing some Hebrew words and is not matched correctly
    Posted to Logos 5 by GeoPappas on Fri, Nov 7 2014
  • Re: Possible to Have Both L5 and L6 installed?

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]You can run Verbum and Logos side by side so that could be an option but I think you might still experience issues with the V5 product expecting to be upgraded to v6.[/quote] Thanks. Is the basic Verbum software a free download? If so, where is it available? Also, would Verbum load all of the resources / books that I currently
    Posted to Logos 6 by GeoPappas on Thu, Nov 6 2014
  • Re: Possible to Have Both L5 and L6 installed?

    Thanks for the replies, but I have to respectfully disagree. There are many reasons why Logos should allow both versions to coexist (without jumping through hoops). For example, say I was in the middle of preparing a sermon and installed L6, but then ran into technical issues (as reported by many of the threads in this forum)? If I had L5 also installed
    Posted to Logos 6 by GeoPappas on Thu, Nov 6 2014
  • Possible to Have Both L5 and L6 installed?

    As the title asks, is it possible to have both Logos 5 and Logos 6 installed at the same time (without having multiple logins)? This would allow someone to try out Logos 6. They could then (a) see if they like it enough to permanently switch, (b) use Logos 6 alongside version 5 until they become comfortable enough to use Logos 6 permanently, or (c)
    Posted to Logos 6 by GeoPappas on Thu, Nov 6 2014
  • Re: OT Bible Word Study on "Idol" Showing Incorrect Data

    Bradley: Thanks for the reply. Yes, you are correct. I actually had this realization at the same time you were posting. I was about to write a post about my findings when I saw your post. So that answers the question about the NASB and NKJV showing different results (since they translate the original Hebrew word differently in a few verses) and it also
    Posted to Logos 5 by GeoPappas on Wed, Nov 5 2014
  • Re: OT Bible Word Study on "Idol" Showing Incorrect Data

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] ESV and NKJV are different as ESV has more results. [/quote] Yes, I understand that is what Logos is showing. But the question is "Why?" They should have the same results. My understanding is that both translations are based on the Masoretic Text, so the results should be the same. [quote user="Dave Hooton"] Both exclude H1544
    Posted to Logos 5 by GeoPappas on Wed, Nov 5 2014
  • Re: OT Bible Word Study on "Idol" Showing Incorrect Data

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] [quote user="GeoPappas"]First, can someone please confirm what I am seeing?[/quote] I get the same results - using Logos 6 [/quote] Graham: Thanks for the confirmation.
    Posted to Logos 5 by GeoPappas on Wed, Nov 5 2014
  • OT Bible Word Study on "Idol" Showing Incorrect Data

    I used the Bible Word Study guide to do a study in the OT on the word "idol". The study shows that the most common Hebrew word is H1544 (gilluliym) and shows that it is used 43x in the OT (when using the NKJV). Here is a screen shot: But the Bible Word Study seems to be missing about 5 verses. For example, 1 Kings 21:26 should be included: Other verses
    Posted to Logos 5 by GeoPappas on Tue, Nov 4 2014
  • Re: New Feature: Wikipedia

    OK, thanks for the quick reply. That makes the new feature much more useful. Have a blessed day.
    Posted to Logos 6 by GeoPappas on Mon, Nov 3 2014
  • Re: New Feature: Wikipedia

    [quote user="Alan Palmer (Faithlife)"] Additionally, you can take notes on Wikipedia articles and add them to any of your existing note documents. [/quote] I'm not sure how useful this will be since Wikipedia is a "work in progress". For example, in the example given above, the statement that "Jesus was 'about thirty years old'" might be deleted or
    Posted to Logos 6 by GeoPappas on Mon, Nov 3 2014
  • How to List Books in a Logos Collection

    Greetings. Is there any way to list the books in a Logos Collection? For example, I purchased a collection called "Classic Studies on Eschatology (27 vols.)" (see here: https://www.logos.com/product/27122/classic-studies-on-eschatology ). How can I see a list of those resources within Logos 5? Thanks and blessings.
    Posted to Logos 5 by GeoPappas on Sat, Aug 2 2014
  • Re: Any Way to Display an OT Bible Chapter in Strong's Numbers?

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Logos 4 also has Interesting Words => Interesting Words in Exegetical Guide [/quote] Thanks. For some reason, Interesting Words was in the Passage Guide on my system. But I am confused by the results from Interesting Words. I just ran Interesting Words on Jonah chapter 1 (verses 1-17) and it looks like it shows
    Posted to Logos 4 by GeoPappas on Thu, Jun 26 2014
  • Re: Any Way to Display an OT Bible Chapter in Strong's Numbers?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="GeoPappas"]For example, God's name (YHWH)(יְהֹוָה) is mistranslated into His title (Lord) in most Bibles.[/quote] I'm sure you know this but some reading the thread may not. This is not so much a mistranslation as a theological choice usually indicated by the typeface and noted in the introductory materials. [/quote
    Posted to Logos 4 by GeoPappas on Wed, Jun 25 2014
  • Re: Any Way to Display an OT Bible Chapter in Strong's Numbers?

    Thanks to everyone for their responses. I have been trying the various suggestions over the last day or so. I am amazed at the power that Logos has. [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Why do you want Strong numbers instead of Hebrew lemmas?[/quote] I have taken a look at the lemmas and they seem quite useful. Unfortunately, the word cloud app that I am using
    Posted to Logos 4 by GeoPappas on Wed, Jun 25 2014
  • Re: Any Way to Display an OT Bible Chapter in Strong's Numbers?

    Thanks for the reply. I'm not opposed to using something else, as long as it will give me the results that I am expecting. Can you give me an example of how Jonah 1:1 would look like with Hebrew lemmas? Or how I could create them myself? The Strongs numbers will eliminate adjectives (and, the, from, etc), masculine / feminine variations, past / present
    Posted to Logos 4 by GeoPappas on Mon, Jun 23 2014
  • Any Way to Display an OT Bible Chapter in Strong's Numbers?

    I am studying the book of Jonah and I am trying to create a word cloud for each chapter based on the roots of the original Hebrew words. For those that are unaware, a word cloud will show every word used in the text with the most frequent words having the largest font size and the most infrequent words having the smallest font size. This is a graphical
    Posted to Logos 4 by GeoPappas on Mon, Jun 23 2014
  • What is Logos 5 Upgrade Process?

    Greetings. Can someone please point me to a web page or forum thread that describes the Logos 5 upgrade process. Here are some of the questions that I am trying to answer: If I purchase the crossgrade, how is that applied? Is it a download? Or will a CD/DVD be sent to me? Will I have to re-download all of my books? I ask because I have about 8 GB in
    Posted to Logos 5 by GeoPappas on Tue, Jul 2 2013
  • Re: Am I Missing Any Logos 4 Databases?

    [quote user="Todd Phillips"] [quote user="GeoPappas"] [quote user="Kevin Becker"] I'm not 100% certain about the NT Semantic Domain Coding. I think that's the Louw-Nida tagging in the interlinear Bibles. Open the ESV to a NT passage and open up the Interlinear ribbon or look in the right click menu. Does a Bible search on an interlinear NT Bible return
    Posted to Logos 4 by GeoPappas on Mon, Nov 5 2012
  • Re: Am I Missing Any Logos 4 Databases?

    [quote user="Kevin Becker"] Yes, the Passage Analysis tool is where you should be able to see/compare pericopes if you have that data. [/quote] Thanks. [quote user="Kevin Becker"] I'm not 100% certain about the NT Semantic Domain Coding. I think that's the Louw-Nida tagging in the interlinear Bibles. Open the ESV to a NT passage and open up the Interlinear
    Posted to Logos 4 by GeoPappas on Mon, Nov 5 2012
  • Re: Am I Missing Any Logos 4 Databases?

    [quote user="Kevin Becker"] The L4 original Languages package lacked Greek Pronunciation (audio) Modern and Erasmian NT Semantic Domain Coding Pericope Sets Database Reading Plans (but this is in the Bible Study Library, so you should have it GeoPappas) Word Find (also in L4 Bible Study) [/quote] Thanks. I have the following: Greek Pronunciation (audio
    Posted to Logos 4 by GeoPappas on Sun, Nov 4 2012
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