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  • Re: R V G TASKER GREEK NEW TESTAMENT FOR NEB?

    +1 For Tasker's Greek New Testament. It would integrate well with the NEB in Logos. http://www.amazon.com/The-Greek-New-Testament-Edition/dp/0521090261
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Tue, Aug 25 2015
  • Re: Fundamentalist Base Package and King James Only Resource Collection

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="abondservant"] All KJV only types of fundamentalists, but not all fundamentalists are KJV only. Actually most is probably more true. [/quote] Are you using "fundamentalist" in the sociological sense or in the sense of The Fundamentals by Torrey? [/quote] I would say fundamentalist as a self-descriptor, who are characterized
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Sat, Jul 25 2015
  • Re: Fundamentalist Base Package and King James Only Resource Collection

    I wonder if a true fundamentalist would practice separation from Logos because they sell products for liberals and charismatics.
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Sat, Jul 25 2015
  • Re: Create Catagory Dispensational in Systematic Theologies Guide

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Both Rahner and von Balthasar wrote Systematic theologies. [/quote] Which works are you thinking of? Do they cover all the major fields of Systematic Theology in them?
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by elnwood on Sat, Jun 6 2015
  • Re: Create Catagory Dispensational in Systematic Theologies Guide

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Unfortunately your defense of Grudem left me with even more a suspicion of probable ignorance on his part. To me it sounds as unwise as if I were to try to understand Jack Cottrell without reading Thomas Campbell and Locke. Or to try to understand Wesley without reading any Moravians or Pietists. I can't imagine trying to cover
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by elnwood on Fri, Jun 5 2015
  • Re: Create Catagory Dispensational in Systematic Theologies Guide

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] I certainly would not trust Grudem on this topic if he thinks there are two Roman Catholic theologies - it implies a very short perspective on theological history and an American bias towards division. [/quote] The Systematic Theology Grudem uses for Roman Catholic: Traditional is Ludwig Ott, and for Roman Catholic: Post-Vatican
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by elnwood on Fri, Jun 5 2015
  • Re: Create Catagory Dispensational in Systematic Theologies Guide

    I think that if you're going to classify a PERSON by their denominational background, you can attach what denomination they are a part of (Baptist, Presbyterian, Anglican, etc.). But if you're going to classify SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGIES, you need a different schema altogether, and "dispensational" is a necessary category. For example, when Grudem categorizes
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by elnwood on Fri, Jun 5 2015
  • Re: Asia Bible Commentary - (ABC)

    I would like this set of commentaries in Logos as well! Here's a current web site. http://www.ataasia.com/books/asia-bible-commentary-series
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Tue, Jun 2 2015
  • Re: John Calvin Had 300 Books in His Personal Library

    Calvin quoted and cited an awful lot of different works in his writings, especially in his Institutes. Perhaps he had access to a library?
    Posted to General by elnwood on Tue, Jun 2 2015
  • Re: VF for Granville Sharp without Logos Now?

    Rick Brannan wrote a paper on searching for Granville Sharp constructions. I think the conclusion was that it couldn't be done without including invalid constructions or excluding genuine GS constructions. https://www.logos.com/media/blog/PDF/Granville%20Sharp%20Rule.pdf
    Posted to Logos 6 by elnwood on Tue, May 26 2015
  • Re: Hermeneia and Continental Commentaries on sale and looking for feedback on it

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Funny how one's background influences judgment. I had Hermeneia assigned as a textbook multiple times. I certainly think of it as mainstream scholarly but certainly not left. And I prefer it to WBC which I respect and own parts of in dead tree format. Hermeneia is my "go to" for the technical stuff. [/quote] If the Hermeneia
    Posted to General by elnwood on Mon, May 18 2015
  • Re: No OT commentary both evangelical and technical?

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] [quote user="elnwood"] Now I'm curious, Rosie. For the woman who has almost every commentary in Logos, what's the other commentary you've read all the way through? [/quote] Eugene Peterson's First and Second Samuel (Westminster Bible Companion). I also read all the way through, with a fine-toothed comb (proof-reading, looking
    Posted to General by elnwood on Fri, May 8 2015
  • Re: No OT commentary both evangelical and technical?

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"] I've put NICOT Genesis and ICC Genesis into my wish list, in the autumn I can buy them and then I can check and compare, maybe I can make some sort of synthesis out of them evangelical/technical [/quote] It's not as good as it is in Logos, but ICC Genesis is also available for free in the Internet Archive. https://archive
    Posted to General by elnwood on Thu, May 7 2015
  • Re: No OT commentary both evangelical and technical?

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] [quote user="Veli Voipio"] [quote user="Unix"] Genesis: A Commentary by Waltke, Bruce K. and Fredricks, Cathi J. [/quote] Tack så mycket, Unix, I´ll probably buy this right away, currently I am focusing to Genesis, studying and and speculating [/quote] Veli, I will second Unix's recommendation of that commentary. It is one
    Posted to General by elnwood on Wed, May 6 2015
  • Re: No OT commentary both evangelical and technical?

    [quote user="David Paul"] [quote user="Mark Barnes"] The Concordia Commentaries are definitely technical and fairly evangelical. Underrated, in my opinion [/quote] Overpriced leads to underrated...who knew? If Concordia had as many volumes as NICOT/NT, ICC, or AYB, it would be more expensive than any of them. I bought an old Libronix disk that had 15
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sat, May 2 2015
  • Re: What PC Hardware is Best for Logos 6

    Logos 6 runs slow on my laptop, but I have an i3 with 4GB RAM and a regular HD (not SSD). I asked the Logos representative at a conference what I needed to run Logos 6 at a decent speed, and he told me "i5 (you don't need an i7), 8GB RAM, and enough disk space, and you should be good to go."
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sun, Apr 12 2015
  • Re: Systematic Theology Class

    To add to your list, I hear great things about Bruce Milne's Know the Truth as a basic theology text. It has an endorsement from J. I. Packer and is on its third edition.
    Posted to General by elnwood on Thu, Apr 9 2015
  • Re: Favorite Exegetical Tools (Resources)?

    [quote user="Michael S."] Im interested to know what resources you use most or favor for exegetical work? [/quote] The SIL Exegetical Summaries series. It saves me the trouble of checking a dozen commentaries, and quickly tells me what are the majority and minority views on a passage, and who holds to them. If I want to investigate further, I know what
    Posted to General by elnwood on Tue, Apr 7 2015
  • Re: Reading Plan

    [quote user="John Crabtree"] Yes that helps me to see it can be done. I guess I am not following how you would do that? [/quote] 1. Go to Documents -> New -> Reading Plan. 2. Click Generate a Reading Plan. 3. Copy the following (the first 366 days of Horner's reading plan): Mt–Jn,Mt–Jn,Mt–Jn,Mt–Jn,Mt 1-10 | Ge–Dt,Ge–Dt 26 | Ro–Col, Heb, Ro–Col, Heb
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sun, Apr 5 2015
  • Re: Stanley Grenz' Theology for the Community of God for Pre-Pub?

    I'd love to get Theology for the Community of God in Logos, but not for that price (6.65% pre-pub discount), and not with two books that I'll never get around to reading.
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Mon, Mar 30 2015
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