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  • Re: J.B. Phillips' New Testament

    I am shocked that this is not in Logos. Please get it, and his translation of Four Prophets as well.
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Wed, May 20 2020
  • Re: The Next Chapter in the EEC

    This is Kostenberger's announcement: https://www.biblicalfoundations.org/letter-dr-kostenberger/ As I understand his statement, he did not find the errors, but someone else brought it to his attention. And while he contacted the publishers, it was the publishers' decision to pull the volumes, not his.
    Posted to Lexham Press by elnwood on Wed, May 20 2020
  • Re: The Next Chapter in the EEC

    Speaking of plagiarism, Köstenberger, the new New Testament editor, had his John commentaries in the Baker Exegetical Commentary Series and Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary Series pulled for plagiarizing Carson's commentary. Given that EEC has already had one commentary pulled for plagiarism, Köstenberger seems like an odd
    Posted to Lexham Press by elnwood on Tue, May 19 2020
  • Re: The Complete Biblical Library

    Yes, I noticed later that Accordance left out some resources. It is ironic that their Complete Biblical Library is incomplete ...
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Fri, May 15 2020
  • Re: The Complete Biblical Library

    The exclusivity has ended. I just saw the Complete Biblical Library announced in an email from Affordance.
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Tue, May 5 2020
  • Re: Please help - question about the BHQ

    FYI, Judges is now in Logos BHQ. Currently, it has Deuteronomy, Judges, Ruth, Proverbs, Canticles, Qoheleth, Lamentations, Esther, Ezra, and Nehemiah. It's still missing the Minor Prophets.
    Posted to General by elnwood on Tue, Jan 17 2017
  • Re: 2016 in going to be an exciting year for the EEC series!

    Wow, forget politics and celebrity deaths, this is the #1 reason 2016 was a doozy of a year!
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sun, Jan 1 2017
  • Re: Why is there No Dynamic Pricing for some products, particularly those by Zondervan?

    Assuming you bought those other Zondervan products direct from Logos, I believe if you talk to a sales representative, you can buy the bundle and return the products that you had already owned. I think I've done this before. They're willing to extend the return policy if you're just going to buy it again.
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sat, Oct 1 2016
  • Re: Logos Needs to Allow "A La Carte" Purchases

    I agree. I want the Commandments of the Law for $5.99, but as it is, I don't see enough value in spending hundreds on a Logos 7 package. Unfortunately, the Logos marketing strategy has always been to bundle items in order to force people to buy things they don't want in order to get the item(s) that they really want.
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Thu, Sep 8 2016
  • Re: LinguaLinks Library

    LinguaLinks Library, Logos Edition is now available for $60. http://www.sil.org/resources/publications/entry/67412
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: LinguaLinks and Logos?

    LinguaLinks Library, Logos Edition is now available for $60. http://www.sil.org/resources/publications/entry/67412
    Posted to General by elnwood on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Make our Wish List and Items on Sale like the Steam Wish List.

    GOG's wishlist does this too.
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Mon, Jun 27 2016
  • Re: English Bible Collection (27 vols.) - THIS REALLY NEEDS A PUSH!!!!!

    [quote user="Sean"] For me, this illustrates a problem with many of the community pricing offerings: the bundles are too big with too much filler. If this were half or a quarter the size with just the more important Bibles like Geneva, Wycliffe, Tyndale, and a few others, I might pay $15 or $20 for it. But $30 for a bunch of versions I will likely never
    Posted to General by elnwood on Thu, Jun 16 2016
  • Re: No longer possible to send books to Kindle?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="elnwood"]That doesn't make sense[/quote] Er .. ah ... have you worked in a business that had dependencies on other businesses? In payroll for example, when banks merged we had to do a conversion of all employees accounts that had direct deposit into the bank that was "disappearing". We had a drop dead date where
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sun, Apr 3 2016
  • Re: No longer possible to send books to Kindle?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="elnwood"] then how come FL had the leeway to keep send-to-kindle another couple weeks?[/quote] Because when companies make contractual changes such as these there is usually a transition period. We do not know what the "drop dead" date is for Faithlife. [/quote] That doesn't make sense. If there was a different
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sun, Apr 3 2016
  • Re: No longer possible to send books to Kindle?

    [quote user="DAL"]If amazon decided to cancel, then there's nothing FL can do about it.[/quote] But FL was able to postpone it due to user response, so it's not true that FL can do nothing. If Amazon decided to cancel it at the end of March, then how come FL had the leeway to keep send-to-kindle another couple weeks? Why can't they postpone it even
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sat, Apr 2 2016
  • Re: NIV 1984 differences

    I just did a comparison of the first ten chapters of Genesis. There were 15 differences that I saw. realized => realised that forever => for ever (2x) toward => towards (4x) backward => backwards afterward => afterwards favor => favour (2x) labor => labour centers => centres added "for" in the verse "rain fell on the earth FOR forty days and forty nights
    Posted to General by elnwood on Mon, Feb 15 2016
  • BUG: Bad Link on Day 16

    https://www.logos.com/30-day-training-16 The link to Day 17 from this page goes to Day 15.
    Posted to General by elnwood on Wed, Feb 3 2016
  • Re: Understanding BestCommentaries.com Scores

    The other thing that I don't like about BestCommentaries.com is that it doesn't classify commentaries. It says nothing about what commentary is the best for a given audience. In contrast, Longman's work classifies commentaries as being for pastors, scholars, or laypeople. Richard Bauckham has the best commentary on 2 Peter/Jude -- great for students
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sun, Dec 6 2015
  • Re: Understanding BestCommentaries.com Scores

    I don't use BestCommentaries.com. The main problem with it is that they don't classify who recommends the commentaries. So, Carson's commentary on John is well-acclaimed among Reformed and Evangelical list-makers. The reason he scores so high is because the vast majority of the lists used on BestCommentaries.com are Reformed and/or Evangelical. And
    Posted to General by elnwood on Fri, Dec 4 2015
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