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  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    Brothers, no flaming please. Keep it civilized. Stay focus on the question: to buy, or not to buy.
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    Joseph, Given that you have "OCD", bee aware that for the $600 you spent, you are still missing the following in Hermeneia: Forthcoming (from bestcommentaries.com) ? Clifford, Richard J. Genesis ? McBride, S. Dean Exodus ? Anderson, Gary Leviticus ? Numbers ? Lohfink, Norbert; Braulik, Georg Deuteronomy ? McCarter, P. Kyle Joshua ? Wilson, Robert McLachlan
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Re: Beale New Testment Theology now Available

    I believe that in general, it is Logos who bundles everything together, not the publishers. Exhibit 1: NICNT/OT and WBC: many individual volumes are available in Kindle; but in Logos you must buy the whole set. Exhibit 2: Bonhoeffer's new translation: some of the best individual volumes (Discipleship, Letters from Prison, Life together) are available
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Jun 18 2012
  • Re: I need Help selecting a Seminary

    Gordon Conwell has a new online degree program ( http://www.gordonconwell.edu/online/index.cfm ) . GCTS has excellent reputation and I would think it is preferable.
    Posted to General by Paul on Tue, May 22 2012
  • Re: Tim Keller's work

    Redeemer put a lot of Tim Keller's sermons (including the apologetics series for non-believers) free on iTunes podcast. Additional sermons and some of the transcripts are available here: http://www.monergism.com/thethreshold/articles/bio/timkeller.html and http://djchuang.com/keller/ For his preparation method: see http://www.scribd.com/doc/13385894
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul on Mon, May 21 2012
  • Re: Tim Keller's work

    $69.99 for 1174 sermons- The John Piper Sermon Manuscript Library (1980–2009) ($0.06 per sermon). $200 for a collection of sermon is too expensive for most people. " Price elasticity measures consumer responsiveness in relationship to quantity demanded and price per unit purchased. If producers can increase total revenue by lowering price, demand is
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul on Fri, May 18 2012
  • Re: Tim Keller's work

    I love his sermons. The progress of pre-pub seems slow by the progress bar on the website. DJ: Do you have insider info that it is coming out of pre-pub?
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul on Mon, May 14 2012
  • Re: Morris Proctor And the Egegetical Guide

    Other complicated non-bilblical softwares that I have used have large complete set of documentations. To have to paid a large amount of money for similar kind of information is difficult in this economics environment. I cannot imagine how missionaries in the third world can spend that kind of money. The cost of the cheapest package is one month salary
    Posted to Logos 4 by Paul on Mon, May 14 2012
  • Re: Morris Proctor And the Egegetical Guide

    The "learn-to-use-greek-and-hebrew-with Logos" video focused on USING Logos: it does not actually teach the languages, but only the essential grammar needed to use the program. On the Hebrew side, it demonstrates how to use the Interlinear and Reverse Interlinear, how to search the Hebrew lemma in ESV to do word studies; how to do visual filters for
    Posted to Logos 4 by Paul on Sun, May 13 2012
  • Re: Morris Proctor And the Egegetical Guide

    Check this out, not cheap but the instructors really show how to apply exegesis using Logos tool : http://www.logos.com/product/5876/learn-to-use-biblical-greek-and-hebrew-with-logos-bible-software Blessings.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Paul on Sun, May 13 2012
  • Re: Logo's Yale Anchor Bible (AYB) missing Albright's Gospel of Matthew

    I am not an academic and my approach to Scripture is that of a "pre-critical" evangelical. I enjoy my NICNT/OT and WBC very much. However, the AYB is helpful because it provides other interesting viewpoints; and often the analysis of language is more detailed and balanced than evangelical commentaries. I may or may not agree with them, but as someone
    Posted to General by Paul on Sat, May 12 2012
  • Re: Logo's Yale Anchor Bible (AYB) missing Albright's Gospel of Matthew

    Hi Mike and DMB: I bought the set 2 weeks ago. I searched through my sets and Albright's book is not there. Then I went back to Logos website and I realized that Albright's commentary is not listed on the product description. So perhaps they had it in the past but now it is not there any more. I wonder why. It is disappointing because I was hoping to
    Posted to General by Paul on Sat, May 12 2012
  • Logo's Yale Anchor Bible (AYB) missing Albright's Gospel of Matthew

    Anyone notice the AYB set sold by Logos is missing W.F. Albright's 1995 Gospel of Matthew commentary? Is there a reason for it being missing? Or is it in development?
    Posted to General by Paul on Sat, May 12 2012
  • Re: Searching a book with VERY long chapter (such as Barth's Church Dogmatics)

    Thank you so much. I am surprised by the lightening speed of the responses.
    Posted to General by Paul on Fri, May 11 2012
  • Searching a book with VERY long chapter (such as Barth's Church Dogmatics)

    I am searching different verses in books with long chapters (in my specific case, Barth's Church Dogmatics). After performing a search, I click the results. But the click only lands me into the beginning of the chapter. The problem is that Barth's chapter can run over 100 pages, and I am having a hard time locating where my verses are located in these
    Posted to General by Paul on Fri, May 11 2012
  • Re: Is another Greek morphology available on Logos?

    I just followed you link and realized Logos stopped selling Stuttgart Electronic Study Bible. I understood that was an important resource for textual studies. But now it is no more...
    Posted to General by Paul on Fri, May 4 2012
  • Is another Greek morphology available on Logos?

    I was studying Ephesians 5:21 and doing a word study on "submit" (Ὑποτασσόμενοι). (OK, I don't want to start a theological debate here: which is painful in itself. I just want to focus on the Greek grammar.) The word is tagged as a passive voice verb on Logos Greek Morphology. When I looked at various commentaries, they all agree it is a middle voice
    Posted to General by Paul on Fri, May 4 2012
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