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  • Re: Microsoft Surface/Windows RT

    I think you can find out the size of your Logos installation by looking at your Logos5 folder (on Windows 8.1 at C:\users\[user name]\AppData\Local\Logos5). My 2,490 resources take up 16.9 GB. Logos easily fits on my 64 GB tablet.
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Timothy Brown on Sat, Jun 28 2014
  • Re: Venue 8 Pro combined charge AND data connection

    Highlighting in Logos seems pretty tricky with touchmousepointer, but maybe I just need to practice more.
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Thu, Jun 26 2014
  • Re: Windows phone 8 app

    Despite Logos' predilection for using Apple computers in their videos, I believe Logos 5 is the best Bible software available for Windows 8.1. The lack of a Windows app with "pinch to zoom" (or at least different font size options) seems to me a serious oversight. But with a dedicated "reader" layout, I find that my 8 inch Windows 8 tablet functions
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Timothy Brown on Tue, Jun 17 2014
  • Re: Greek Question: THE = HIS ?

    [quote user="David Paul"] Lexical/Grammatical: Here the Greek article is used as a possessive pronoun Harris, W. H., III. (2010; 2010). The Lexham Greek-English Interlinear New Testament: SBL Edition . Logos Research Systems, Inc. So I'm wondering if this is common, or if this is situational (i.e. necessary to have the sentence "make sense"...emphasis
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Mon, May 12 2014
  • Re: 50 Best Christian Books Ever

    Four more books that have stood the test of time: Letters - Samuel Rutherford Cardiphonia (Letters) - John Newton Holiness - J. C. Ryle Prayer - Ole Hallesby
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Sat, Apr 26 2014
  • Re: When was the Bible written

    Wikipedia has this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dating_the_Bible Unfortunately, Mark Barnes personal book compilation of Wikipedia articles, Dictionary of Christianity and the Bible , doesn't show the tables in the Wikipedia article.
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Wed, Apr 9 2014
  • Re: Expanding view of book

    With a book in the right panel, to expand to a full pane, hover the cursor over the left edge of the book pane until you see a double-pointed arrow and drag to the left until you have a full pane. This page from the wiki has more information: http://wiki.logos.com/Layout_for_Reading_a_Book Logos used to open books in the left pane. Now they open on
    Posted to Logos 5 by Timothy Brown on Sat, Apr 5 2014
  • Re: Cross-reference links in NIV2011

    I don't have a paper copy of NIV2011, but the parallel references are the same in the NIV1984 Study Bible. I think only major parallels are included. Matthew 27:1-2 is parallel to Mark 15:1. But then in verses 3-10 Matthew has the account of Judas hanging himself, which is present only in his Gospel. So the NIV ignores the smaller parallel and only
    Posted to Logos 5 by Timothy Brown on Mon, Mar 31 2014
  • Re: WBC Volume Missing

    [quote user="Geo Philips"] I wouldnt mind getting the titles I am missing at that price. Unfortunately, they are all outside the bundle which I have. Also, 1 and 2 Thess by Mounce is not yet on Logos... or is it? [/quote]I think the reference above to Mounce replacing Bruce is a mistake. Mounce wrote Vol. 46 on the Pastorals. As far as I know, he hasn
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Fri, Mar 28 2014
  • Re: "Not" Collections

    You can also use the collection rule: Rating:<6 -Publisher:Perseus .
    Posted to Logos 5 by Timothy Brown on Fri, Mar 28 2014
  • Re: WBC Volume Missing

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] WBC has not been unbundled yet, but I suspect that when it is, those two volumes will cost more than $25 each. I'd get them both for $50 now while you can. Olive Tree charges $49.99 for each of these volumes. [/quote]Unless I'm mistaken, WBC has been unbundled. For example, Logos has Bruce for $44.95 . Edit: Both Clines and
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Fri, Mar 28 2014
  • Re: Esv bible vs. esv study bible

    There's a good video describing the ESV Study Bible here: http://esvstudybible.org/ I really appreciate the book introductions and especially the maps. The maps can be exported to Powerpoint and used in teaching.
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • Re: Collection:

    [quote user="Pastor Michael Huffman"] How would yout set up a "mytag" do not think I have ever done that. Thanks! [/quote]I'm not Dave, but the wiki pages on tagging and collections are helpful. Once you have tagged your resources, "mytag:" is the filter you use for creating the rule to make the collection.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Timothy Brown on Tue, Mar 18 2014
  • Re: Reformed Base Packages

    [quote user="abondservant"] This spreadsheet may help you, the omni-bus tab has a list of every base package from the beginning of time; including the less known catholic packages yesteryear, and the newer reformed packages. [/quote]I think the correct link for the spreadsheet is actually this.
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Tue, Mar 18 2014
  • Re: Big Project... Compendium of Logos Packages from its Inception to present... Could use another set of eyes to look over the work already done.

    Thanks for all your work on a comparison guide. In the Reformed Base Package tab, at line 150, you need another heading "Devotional and Spiritual Formation." Also, Taste and See, Alone with God, and Morning and Evening are in all the Reformed Base Packages.
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Sat, Mar 15 2014
  • Re: Reformed Packages Comparison

    [quote user="Travis Walter"] 5516.reformed packages.xlsx Hopefully this is useful until Logos builds the tools to see what each user has etc, but it shows all the packages and what you get as you go from one package to another.. [/quote]Unless I am mistaken, Reformed Bronze has Cascadia Syntax Graphs of the New Testament: SBLGNT Edition, SBL/Logos Greek
    Posted to Reformed Products by Timothy Brown on Fri, Mar 14 2014
  • Re: Huge encyclopaedia: The Dictionary of Christianity and the Bible

    Thanks for all the work! The article on "Geronimo" caught my eye, and I wondered what it might have to do with Christianity. Who knew that "he joined the Dutch Reformed Church in 1903 but four years later was expelled for gambling"?
    Posted to Files by Timothy Brown on Sat, Mar 8 2014
  • Re: Neil T. Anderson Collection

    [quote user="Robert Harner"] and in Logos there is this (sorry, don't know how to link to Logos resources): Neil Anderson’s Approach to the Spiritual Life Bibliotheca Sacra Vol. 153, No. 609, Pg 74 Reformation and Revival Volume 4 has three articles (the issue is about demonization and spiritual warfare) [/quote]Thanks for the references, Robert. The
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Sat, Feb 22 2014
  • Re: Neil T. Anderson Collection

    Re: Neil Anderson, Elliot Miller and Bob and Gretchen Passantino have written articles critical of his ministry for the Christian Research Institute (links below). I tend to agree with the critiques. Others, I'm sure, will not. http://www.equip.org/articles/the-bondage-maker-examining-the-message-and-method-of-neil-t-anderson-part-one/ http://www.equip
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Sat, Feb 22 2014
  • Re: Bid now or lose out ...

    For what it's worth, I really appreciate Mounce's commentary on Revelation, and he quotes Martin Kiddle's commentary frequently. So, I'm looking forward to having Kiddle as well as the commentaries by Moffatt.
    Posted to General by Timothy Brown on Wed, Feb 19 2014
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