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  • Re: Add the “Historic Premillennial” Viewpoint

    There are many other Historical Premillennial works in Logos. For example: George Eldon Ladd https://www.logos.com/product/5384/the-last-things-an-eschatology-for-laymen Millard Erickson https://www.logos.com/product/30807/a-basic-guide-to-eschatology-making-sense-of-the-millennium Wayne Grudem https://www.logos.com/product/8413/systematic-theology
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Fri, Sep 19 2014
  • Wolfhart Pannenberg passed away last week

    http://scriptoriumdaily.com/wolfhart-pannenberg-1928-2014-theological-outflanker/ http://www.patheos.com/blogs/rogereolson/2014/09/wolfhart-pannenberg-r-i-p/ http://www.bpnews.net/43317/theologian-wolfhart-pannenberg-dies http://www.patheos.com/blogs/tonyjones/2014/09/07/wolfhart-pannenberg-1928-2014/ Time for a Logos sale in his honor?
    Posted to General by elnwood on Thu, Sep 11 2014
  • Re: Anchor Yale Bible is Broken Up!!

    [quote user="Schumitinu"] Can someone give me a list of the Anchor Yale Volumes that have been written by Jewish scholars? Somebody that owns the whole set as well as the denomination tags could probably very easily compile such a list for me. Thank you! [/quote] E. A. Speiser wrote the Genesis volume. Moshe Greenberg wrote two of the Ezekiel volumes
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sat, Sep 6 2014
  • Re: In light of David Platt becoming the President of the IMB how about

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Thanks for the explanation. I suspect the sermons being available for free makes it harder to negotiate since Logos wishes to charge. [/quote] I doubt it. They have sermon archives for John MacArthur and John Piper, and they're available for free.
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Wed, Aug 27 2014
  • Re: SUGGESTION: When you can't offer dynamic pricing

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] When Logos can't offer dynamic pricing it would be helpful if they would calculate the sum of the current prices for the items in the collection that I don't own. Then I could tell if it is cost effective to purchase the package despite the lack of dynamic pricing. On collections for which I own only a few item, it often is
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Tue, Aug 5 2014
  • Re: Barth - should he be included in Reformed Diamond?

    [quote user="Denise"] elnwood, that's an amazing comment. First, I'm not reformed (nor un-reformed) so I don't care. But I had considered purchasing Barth since he gets 'hit' constantly in my readings. But then I thought .... wait .... he's a luxury purchase non-essential for the understanding the Reformed tradition. Whew. Just joking but what could
    Posted to General by elnwood on Tue, Aug 5 2014
  • Re: Barth - should he be included in Reformed Diamond?

    I think Reformed Diamond is where Barth belongs ... and not in Reformed Platinum or below. For the lower base packages, you want to have those Reformed theologians that are essential for understanding the Reformed tradition: Calvin, Hodge, Warfield, Berkhof, and others. Those belong in Reformed Starter, Bronze, Silver, or Gold. But Reformed Diamond
    Posted to General by elnwood on Mon, Aug 4 2014
  • Re: Barth - should he be included in Reformed Diamond?

    I've just started reading Church Dogmatics. From what I've read so far, Barth quotes Luther and Calvin a lot. Most reformed evangelicals today don't consider Barth "Reformed" because he deviates from the Reformed tradition on key points, but this is the tradition from which Barth is writing.
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sat, Aug 2 2014
  • ERROR: Custom Discount for Lutheran Gold

    The Custom Discount page for Lutheran Gold has some errors. The individual books in the Select Studies in Martin Luther's Life and Influence are listed individually, but EACH of them list the FULL PRICE of the entire package. Note on this image how many items are priced at 259.95 and at 215.95 for my custom discount. Those are the cost of the entire
    Posted to Logos 5 by elnwood on Sat, Aug 2 2014
  • Re: Now on Dynamic Pricing

    The German Bible Society bundle now has dynamic pricing. Does anyone know if the Africa Bible Commentary Series (2 vols.) has dynamic pricing? I'm thinking of buying the Galatians volume that is on sale, and wondering if I can pick up the other one on dynamic pricing.
    Posted to Logos 5 by elnwood on Tue, Jul 22 2014
  • Re: Word Biblical Commentary sale?

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"] I was referring to Zondervan offering sale prices on their Logos format books at the same time they offer sale prices at WordSearch and others. At the present time it is my understanding Logos can not offer a sale on Zondervan titles even if they want to. [/quote] I'm a little skeptical about this, Super.Tramp. I've seen multiple
    Posted to General by elnwood on Tue, Jul 22 2014
  • Re: Word Biblical Commentary sale?

    The simple answer is, no, Logos does not have plans for a similar offering. I've never seen Logos match another competitor's sale. If you want it for $299, you need to buy it from the other guys.
    Posted to General by elnwood on Mon, Jul 21 2014
  • Re: BUG: NIDB and Topic Guide

    I just opened up the NIDB for the first time, and on the very first page I noticed a major typo: "ABIGDON PRESS." (Yes, I reported it). I hope this isn't a sign of how many typos the rest of the book has!
    Posted to Logos 5 by elnwood on Fri, Jul 18 2014
  • Re: Reformed Expository Commentaries

    [quote user="Scott Groethe"] Not saying I don't like the commentary set, I know next to nothing about it, but went to http://bestcommentaries.com/series/reformed-expository-commentary-rec/ and the top ranked volume is Galatians which was #5 in the list. [/quote] Most of the "best commentaries" lists are written by Old Testament and New Testament scholars
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Sat, Jul 5 2014
  • Re: Reformed Expository Commentaries

    [quote user="Scott Groethe"] Not saying I don't like the commentary set, I know next to nothing about it, but went to http://bestcommentaries.com/series/reformed-expository-commentary-rec/ and the top ranked volume is Galatians which was #5 in the list. What is the general feeling regarding that website, do you trust their rankings? I do, although I
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Sat, Jul 5 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="elnwood"]would you be okay with having a Base Package with the name "Fundamentalist and Bible Churches" that have plenty of dispensational resources?[/quote] Yes, because that is a name that is compatible with the other package titles. I didn't make the jump from Fundamentalist to dispensational [/quote] When we
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Fri, Jun 6 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="elnwood"] If Logos is really serious about having a base package for every type of church,[/quote] I see no reason to believe this is their intent. Rather it appears to be their intent to cover major historical branches of Christianity ... and not necessarily all of them e.g. Anabaptists, Moravian, Quaker. When
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Thu, Jun 5 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="David Paul"] Where do the Standard base packages fit in? Are they dispensational? Not dispensational? Do they have a future, or are they destined to go dodo? [/quote] The Standard base packages will be left behind.
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Thu, Jun 5 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    I think that Dispensationalists should have their own base package in the same way other churches do. They constitute one of the largest groups of churches within evangelicalism today. Think of all these major denominations, most of which are getting base packages: Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, Lutheran, Wesleyan/Methodist, Reformed/Presbyterian, Pentecostal
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Wed, Jun 4 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Therefore, it seems to me to be more appropriately a bundle rather than a base package. [/quote] I think the idea of having multiple base packages is that each denomination would have their own base package (Reformed, Anglicans, Lutherans, Seventh Day Adventists, and Catholics) I think part of that reasoning is that denominations
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Mon, Jun 2 2014
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