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  • Re: Unseen Realm by Michael Heiser: Logos versus Kindle

    It is amazing how many different directions this thread went, but tagging and other enhanced features aside, not to mention the ethics of a huge conglomerate/monopoly like Amazon, I am still left to ponder $3 for a book vs. versus $25. I wonder how much the Amazon channel impacts Logos sales or if by matching Amazon prices for a non-enhanced version
    Posted to General by Stephen Ekeroth on Wed, Jan 2 2019
  • Re: What version of the Bible are you planning to read in 2019?

    I too read a new version each year. This year it will be the Christian Standard Bible (CSB) using the M''Cheyne reading plan because it brings you through the Old Testament once and the New Testament and Psalms twice. My routine is to read through the text in the selected translation, highlighting selections for further study in multiple translations
    Posted to General by Stephen Ekeroth on Mon, Dec 31 2018
  • Re: Unseen Realm by Michael Heiser: Logos versus Kindle

    Thank you to everyone for your insights and explanations. I'm not sure what I'm going to do yet, but since I only have a passing curiosity in the book at this point, I am more likely to spend the $3 at Amazon as opposed to the $25. If the book were to prove extremely valuable it is likely that at some point I would purchase the Logos edition. Logos
    Posted to General by Stephen Ekeroth on Mon, Dec 31 2018
  • Re: Unseen Realm by Michael Heiser: Logos versus Kindle

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"]I'm frequently disappointed about Logos pricing, but I must say, I'm much happier spending $25 with Logos than spending $3 with Amazon, as these $25 will mostly go into the pockets of happy employees, compared to the $3 going mostly into the pocket of a stingy billionaire. Of course not everyone can afford doing that, so I'm
    Posted to General by Stephen Ekeroth on Mon, Dec 31 2018
  • Unseen Realm by Michael Heiser: Logos versus Kindle

    I just finished reading "Insurgence" by Frank Viola and he made several references to Michael Heiser's "Unseen Realm..." It piqued my interest, so knowing that it was a Lexham Press book, I looked it up on Logos and it was $24.95. Amazon has it on the Kindle for $2.99. With books from other publishers, I can understand the price discrepancy, but this
    Posted to General by Stephen Ekeroth on Sun, Dec 30 2018
  • Re: Layouts: questions and suggestions

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] This is planned to come back to L8 - see https://support.logos.com/hc/en-us/articles/360019175372#h.kuwra76she2s Home Page #6 [/quote] Thank you for pointing out that document had other interesting information as well. One other question: when I click on the verse of the day, it appears to open the Quickstart Passage Study, but
    Posted to Logos 8 by Stephen Ekeroth on Tue, Nov 13 2018
  • Layouts: questions and suggestions

    Although there is much to commend in L8, I am somewhat at a loss in figuring out how to make the new homepage work for me. In addition to a Bible reading plan, I read daily from multiple books using a generated reading plan to keep me on track. In L7, selecting the Bible reading plan did not change the active layout, but simply open the passage in the
    Posted to Logos 8 by Stephen Ekeroth on Mon, Nov 12 2018
  • Re: "Catching up" on a reading plan on Logos 8

    Alan, thank you for the quick response. Logos is a fantastic product and I'm sure that I can find workarounds for some of these minor issues.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Stephen Ekeroth on Wed, Oct 31 2018
  • Re: "Catching up" on a reading plan on Logos 8

    I figured out for the "Bible Reading Plan," but can you do the same thing for other reading plans that are user created? I have not been able to figure out the name of the layout for reading plans. I use reading plans extensively:
    Posted to Logos 8 by Stephen Ekeroth on Wed, Oct 31 2018
  • Re: "Catching up" on a reading plan on Logos 8

    Thank you Alan. I am quickly learning that the homepage needs to be refreshed before changes are reflected on the cards. One other question if I may; is there a way to control which layout is opened when you click on a reading plan card? I am used to having it stay on my current layout, but the new default seems to be a new layout. Thank you!
    Posted to Logos 8 by Stephen Ekeroth on Wed, Oct 31 2018
  • "Catching up" on a reading plan on Logos 8

    I cannot figure out how to "catch up" on a reading plan under Logos 8. Under 7, the functionality was on the sidebar for each reading plan. I use this functionality for a calendar devotional that needs tweaking stay on the proper date.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Stephen Ekeroth on Wed, Oct 31 2018
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