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  • Re: Word Biblical Commentary

    Logos is losing its focus. Rather than doing one thing well, it has become very scattered. Word Commentaries Series is more important than Sophocles for most Logos users.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Paul on Mon, Aug 26 2013
  • Re: French Study Bibles?

    Have you checked out the "ZeBible"? It is geared towards young people. Check out this website for introduction: http://www.unitedbiblesocieties.org/uncategorized/1889-zebible-a-partnership-and-an-experience-in-itself/ They have some very cool promotion videos: http://lautreexperience.com
    Posted to General by Paul on Sat, Jun 22 2013
  • Re: "Zondervan Biblical Languages Collection (35 vols.)" Individual Volumes

    It is not good for Logos to sell these books into a collection costing $430. Professsors Van Pelt and Mounces' texts are required textbook in many seminaries. Most seminarians struggle to make ends meet and they need to be wise with their finance. Given a choice of whether to get these books on Logos or in paper format (less than $100 for the two core
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Jun 10 2013
  • Re: Thank you, Logos!

    How does Baker Illustrated Handbook compared with Halley's Bible Handbook? Halley is cheaper.
    Posted to General by Paul on Fri, Jun 7 2013
  • NA28 and theological journal collection vol 15 stuck in PrePub: Logos gave up its academic users?

    It is frustrating to see NA28 and theological journal collection vol 15 stuck in PrePub. I understand Logos wants to expand its user base into Catholics, Orthodox, Anglican, and Pentecostal audience. However, I think it is spreading itself too thin and increasing its overall operating cost. It is asking the core academic audience to bear the blunt of
    Posted to General by Paul on Sat, May 18 2013
  • Re: JPS Bible commentary

    From JPS Genesis introduction: "The present Commentary is primarily concerned with the completed edifice and only to a minor extent with building blocks. It is not based on the coroner’s approach, that is, on dissecting a literary corpse. The Bible is and always has been a living literature and a dynamic force in history, endowed with the ability to
    Posted to General by Paul on Sun, Mar 3 2013
  • Re: 5.0b Service Release 1 (5.0.2.0727) available for download

    Is it possible to go back to the last release of Logos 5? After the update, Logos 5 is slow like Logos 4 on my Mac. It was fine before the update.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Paul on Sat, Mar 2 2013
  • Re: PNTC Romans (Kruse) won't load on iPad

    Same problem with me. Book downloaded to iPad, but cannot open.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Paul on Wed, Dec 12 2012
  • Re: P. T. Forsyth in community pricing

    But the collection does not include his "Soul of Prayer".
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Nov 28 2012
  • Re: Hebrew Visual Filters Not Working

    Any update with the Hebrew visual filter problems? Mine is not working on L5: not on the ESV or the Interlinear. Neither AFAT nor Logos Hebrew Morphology worked. Am I doing something wrong? Or is it not fixed yet?
    Posted to Logos 5 by Paul on Thu, Nov 22 2012
  • Re: Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible

    I love Steve's works, and I am happy with the OT discourse bible. Exodus 32:6 has a small typo at the end in the Hebrew text. As I am reading through Exodus again, I realize this must not be easy for the team. Keep up the good work.
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Oct 10 2012
  • Re: "Light reading" on Logos: any suggestions?

    I was reading the stories of early church fathers and martyrs (Perpetua and Polycarp, for example), as well as 1 Enoch. These are my "light reading" , as opposed to reading ESV and NICOT/NT. When I read NICOT/NT and ESV, I am serious and prayerful. Sometimes I just don't feel like being in a "devotional" mode. I have not used Vyrso so far: I already
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Oct 10 2012
  • "Light reading" on Logos: any suggestions?

    Any recommendations on "light reading" with Logos resources in the base packages? Sometime I just want to read for relaxation instead of doing exegesis. Suggestions?
    Posted to General by Paul on Tue, Oct 9 2012
  • Re: Southern Baptists in their Canadian Context

    Posted to Suggestions by Paul on Thu, Aug 16 2012
  • Re: Suggestion: The Complete Book of Everyday Christianity

    Posted to Suggestions by Paul on Wed, Aug 8 2012
  • Re: Logos is Too Cheap! They Should Charge More

    [quote user="Garrett Mercury"]2. If I had to lug all my books around I would need back surgery. I saved $75,000. [/quote] Back surgery costs less than $75000. You are vastly overstating your saving: do you work for Logos marketing?
    Posted to General by Paul on Sat, Jul 28 2012
  • Re: Why I decided to take the Hermeneia/Continental Commentary Deal

    [quote user="Joseph Turner"] Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE I would have posted this in the other thread, but that thread has moved on to other subjects, and I wanted people to get the end result. I know that I said that I was going to pass on the deal, but I couldn’t stand it. Why? [/quote] Cool! Please let us know what you think of
    Posted to General by Paul on Thu, Jul 12 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    [quote user="Unix"] But if I want to install Kindle book(s) on both a desktop PC and a laptop Mac, do I have to purchase licenses for both? That would double the cost. [/quote] You can download to up to 5 devices at any one time (i.e. you can keep re-downloading as long as you delete them from the devices you don't need them on).
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    [quote user="Unix"] Soon I won't have free internet anymore. Internet is pretty expensive in the house I live in. I don't know when I'll afford internet again. Is there an easy way to download a webpage so that it can be read offline? Is that possible on both Mac and Windows? One way, that would be a bit time-consuming, would of course be to separately
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    Unix: Did you check out CCEL (Christian Classics Ethereal Library)? They have Catholics commentaries by Aquinas (Catena Aurea), Calvin commentaries, etc. for FREE. As an evangelical, my first pick for commentaries is WBC, considering the cost and overall quality of the series. But it still costs $699, and for most people that is a lot of money. One
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Jul 11 2012
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