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  • Re: Hebrew Lemma Search

    WTM WTM, JDP - Groves-Wheeler Westminster Morphology and Lemma Database (WTM). Copyright © 1991-1992 (Release 1), 1994 (Release 2), 1996-2000 (Release 3), 2001 (release 3.5), 2003 (release 4.0), 2005 (release 4.4), 2008 (release 4.10) by the Westminster Theological Seminary, and used by arrangement with Westminster Theological Seminary, Chestnut Hill
    Posted to Logos 6 by Placyd Kon on Wed, Dec 9 2015
  • Re: Hebrew Lemma Search

    No, there is no difference in the text itself. The difference is only in description of the word שְׁבֻעֵ֥י (that is in both the same) .
    Posted to Logos 6 by Placyd Kon on Wed, Dec 9 2015
  • Re: Hebrew Lemma Search

    According to BibleWorks: verb qal pass participle masculine plural construct According to Logos: noun, common, masculine, plural, construct
    Posted to Logos 6 by Placyd Kon on Wed, Dec 9 2015
  • Re: Hebrew Lemma Search

    The difference comes from the fact that BibleWorks considers שְׁבֻעֵ֥י in Ezekiel 21:28 as the verb, but Logos as the noun שְׁבוּעָה ,
    Posted to Logos 6 by Placyd Kon on Wed, Dec 9 2015
  • Re: Hebrew Lemma Search

    Logos has 185 results in 174 verses, BibleWorks 186 results (43 forms) in 175 verses.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Placyd Kon on Wed, Dec 9 2015
  • Re: Hebrew Lemma Search

    Yes, you are right, but first I was interested in the Clause Search: subject:God verb-lemma:שׁבע.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Placyd Kon on Wed, Dec 9 2015
  • Re: Hebrew Lemma Search

    Thank you! That's right! Now, in the new search there is Ps 95:11 included, but there is still a difference between BibleWorks and Logos - 6 hits. ???
    Posted to Logos 6 by Placyd Kon on Wed, Dec 9 2015
  • Hebrew Lemma Search

    1. After a search: I got 69 results. I was interested in Ps 95:11, but it was missing. 2. I checked with BibleWorks and I received 186 hits for the verb "shava". It seems that not only Ps 95:11 is missing, but a lot more.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Placyd Kon on Wed, Dec 9 2015
  • Re: Clause Search in Logos

    And one more. The clause search in “The Old Testament according to the LXX”: “subject:God AND verb-lemma:σκληρύνω” brings 0 results.
    Posted to General by Placyd Kon on Sun, Nov 9 2014
  • Re: Clause Search in Logos

    While searching I discover also other problem. I my understanding the results from the last search should be the sum of the first one and the second, but these following screen shots show that this is not the case, at least not here:
    Posted to General by Placyd Kon on Sun, Nov 9 2014
  • Re: Clause Search in Logos

    There you go:
    Posted to General by Placyd Kon on Sun, Nov 9 2014
  • Re: Clause Search in Logos

    It seems to me that the problem is when I put two "OR-s" in the search command. When there is only one "OR" the Clause Search works well.
    Posted to General by Placyd Kon on Sat, Nov 8 2014
  • Re: Clause Search in Logos

    [quote user="Andrew Batishko (Faithlife)"] And this search in SBLGNT: subject:God AND sense:to harden (make stubborn) [/quote]It works. And this one as well: agent:God verb-lemma:σκληρύνω OR verb-lemma:πωρόω So, it works perfectly for the New Testament.
    Posted to General by Placyd Kon on Fri, Nov 7 2014
  • Re: Clause Search in Logos

    I tried this in LHB: agent:God verb-lemma:קשׁה.1 OR verb-lemma:כבד OR verb-lemma:קשׁח And this one as well: agent:God AND (verb-lemma:קשׁה.1 OR verb-lemma:כבד OR verb-lemma:קשׁח ) According to the Bible Sense Lexicon, these three Hebrew verbs can mean "to harden (make stubborn)". But I got 0 results.
    Posted to General by Placyd Kon on Thu, Nov 6 2014
  • Re: Clause Search in Logos

    Thank you, Mark. This helps. The problem is solved. As I mentioned in my first post, this was the second clause search I got problems with. What about another clause search I tried some time ago? I wanted to find all sentences in the Bible where God as an agent hardens the heart of man. For the New Testament I tried: “Search clauses in ‘All Passages
    Posted to General by Placyd Kon on Thu, Nov 6 2014
  • Re: Clause Search in Logos

    Ok. Now I understand. I should have run this search so: subject-lemma:γραφή verb-root:λεγω.
    Posted to General by Placyd Kon on Thu, Nov 6 2014
  • Re: Clause Search in Logos

    [quote user="Gao Lu"] Just a quick glance: I am not sure why BibleWorks picks up John 7:38 ; 7:42 both of which say (lemma): γραφή εἶπον not γραφή λέγω. [/quote]That's right. But εἶπον is an aorist of λέγω.
    Posted to General by Placyd Kon on Thu, Nov 6 2014
  • Clause Search in Logos

    Using the Clause Search “Search clause in All Passages in The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition” I gave the command: “subject-lemma:γραφή verb-lemma:λέγω”. The program found 8 sentences in the New Testament I was looking for. Searching with BibleWorks I got 10 hits. In Logos there are missing: John 7:38; 7:42. This was the second time I used this feature
    Posted to General by Placyd Kon on Thu, Nov 6 2014
  • Re: New feature - Books.Logos.com

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]The current base package comes with a two year license. As Bob P. indicated that they were moving to a two year release cycle, I'm hoping that L7 also comes with a two year license. [/quote]Thank you for the answer! :-)
    Posted to Logos 6 by Placyd Kon on Mon, Nov 3 2014
  • New feature - Books.Logos.com

    On the web page Books.Logos.com you state: “During the beta period you can search and view all of the books for free.” Does it mean that afterwards will I have to pay extra for using it even if the base package I bought has this feature?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Placyd Kon on Mon, Nov 3 2014
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