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  • Re: Recommendation for Labtop

    Tes, it's great that your new laptop is performing well. Long may it do so!
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Mon, May 6 2019
  • Holocaust Day of Remembrance

    Thank you, Faithlife, for the May 2nd, 2019. Blog Post on The Day of Remembrance.
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Fri, May 3 2019
  • Re: OT: Ancient Christian manuscripts digitized at monastery beneath Mount Sinai

    Many thanks for posting this link, Rosie. 32 years ago my wife and I visited St. Catherine's with a group from St. George's College, Jerusalem. Because of that Anglican institution's close relations with Orthodoxy we students were invited, in small groups, to coffee in the Library. Remember the controversy surrounding von Tischendorf! Gott sei Dank
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Sun, Apr 28 2019
  • Re: OT Prayer Request

    Without getting into a theological discussion, I share that my father was in a similar situation years ago. I take comfort in the fact that the Lord knew him, and I am confident the Lord knows your Dad. One reason for my confidence is your request for prayer which many of us are eager to offer. May the peace of Christ be with you.
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Tue, Apr 23 2019
  • Re: German Dictionary: How much interest?

    #1) Thomas' post encouraged me to bid again on Heath. (Some time back I had gotten tired of waiting and cancelled my bid.) One reason is Thomas' assurance, "We would of course update the Fraktur for a more readable font." #2) Sometimes double clicking on a German word in the iPad app will bring up an English definition if you have checked the German
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Thu, Apr 11 2019
  • Re: Brannan's “Lexical Commentary on the Pastoral Epistles: Second Timothy” now on Prepub

    Congratulations, Rick
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Tue, Apr 9 2019
  • Re: German Dictionary: How much interest?

    Here is a link: Phil Gons (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied : Thu, Feb 4 2010 5:20 PM Russ Quinn: Of course, the ideal would be to have Oxford-Duden but it is not public domain. That one's on the list, but until we can get it, perhaps a public domain dictionary would be sufficient. Anything is better than our current offerings. :)
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Tue, Apr 9 2019
  • Re: German Dictionary: How much interest?

    Yes, please! This has been asked for for many years. I think somewhere in the Fora (plural of forum) Phil Gons posted that the need has been considered.
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Tue, Apr 9 2019
  • Re: NA28 4th Corrected Printing

    Thank you for this latest, Kyle. One of the many reasons I give thanks for Logos Bible Software is the continual updating that takes place, (Another reason is the fact that I can have multiple copies of the same book open on screen at the same time, which is a great convenience. But I digress )
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Thu, Mar 28 2019
  • Re: NA28 4th Corrected Printing

    Thank you, Kyle, both for the heads up and for the forthcoming updates.
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Wed, Mar 27 2019
  • Re: My Mother has Cancer. Please pray.

    Others of us are praying, also And Virginia Mason is often recommended as a great place for treatment, as you already know better than I. May our Lord's healing touch surround and sustain you and your family!
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Mon, Mar 11 2019
  • Re: My Mother has Cancer. Please pray.

    Chris, thanks for letting us know! May God be praised and thanked!
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Thu, Mar 7 2019
  • Re: TDOT & TDNT

    So did I. And with dynamic pricing I got the rest of the ICC for a very small amount, not to mention a number of other treasures. The Academic Professional package can be a tremendously good deal!
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Thu, Mar 7 2019
  • Re: My Mother has Cancer. Please pray.

    Hi, Chris. It occurs to me that in addition to all our prayers from a distance, so to speak, you might like to talk with one of the Chaplains at the Hospital. At least, many medical facilities have chaplains on staff. I think I remember from one of your previous posts that you don't have a congregation nearby to walk with you. May the peace of Christ
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Wed, Mar 6 2019
  • Re: Plea for humility in what we think of another group

    7 Thank you, MJ, for pondering your disquiet, and then posting it for the rest of us to profit thereby. Signed, ”A Calvinist” (of sorts)
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Tue, Mar 5 2019
  • Re: Thumbs Up, Faithlife! Updated Resources list

    Faithlife, see what satisfaction among longtime users is engendered by your response to their pleas! And please add me to the list of grateful recipients.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Steve Maling on Tue, Mar 5 2019
  • Re: Place to ask for support and prayer

    And so will I.
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Thu, Feb 28 2019
  • Re: Is there a Academic Platinum?

    I don't think there is an "Academic Platinum", but I am very excited by my now week-old "Academic Professional". Thanks to dynamic pricing and an ongoing sale at the time I was able to swing this purchase and I am more than satisfied. You might check it out: https://www.logos.com/product/165463/logos-8-academic-professional
    Posted to Logos 8 by Steve Maling on Wed, Feb 27 2019
  • Re: Why Was Jesus Baptized in the Jordan River?

    For those of you considering travel/study in "The Land", I suggest you check out St. George's College in Jerusalem ( https://www.saintgeorgescollegejerusalem.com/type/2019-programs/ ) and the Tantur Ecumenical Institute ( https://tantur.org/enrichment-renewal-programs/ ). Neither is explicitly "evangelical", so you may want to cast your net more widely
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Tue, Feb 26 2019
  • Re: My Mother has Cancer. Please pray.

    Chris, I'm one more praying for your Mom and you and the rest of your family. I'll add that like Rosie's Dad, I'm now in my 80's, have had several skin cancers removed, and have been living well with lymphoma since 2002. So "cancer" is not necessarily a death sentence. And much more importantly, the reality of life in Christ can become much more palpable
    Posted to General by Steve Maling on Sat, Feb 23 2019
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