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  • Re: Comparing Faithlife & Logos Bible app

    That's good. I read the last part of that post. I'm glad Logos is not using a subscription model. As for my original topic, I'm trying to see which Bible app is best for what circumstance. Right now, I have FaithLife Study Bible, Logos Bible and YouVersion. This doesn't include the three study Bibles stored on my Kindle Fire. I currently engage in a
    Posted to Android Apps by Nicholas B Brindisi on Thu, Nov 7 2013
  • Comparing Faithlife & Logos Bible app

    First, I am glad to see that I can use the Logos Bible app on my Kindle Fire HDX. :) I was just doing a little research and found this article: http://www.wisereader.com/2012/08/try-the-faithlife-study-bible-for-free-until-march-2014/ According to the author, Faithlife is only free until March 2014. Is this correct? How is this app different than what
    Posted to Android Apps by Nicholas B Brindisi on Thu, Nov 7 2013
  • Re: Getting to know the FaithLife Study Bible

    Thanks Grahams. It works beautifully.
    Posted to Faithlife Study Bible by Nicholas B Brindisi on Thu, Nov 7 2013
  • Re: Kindle Fire HDX

    Yes!! I got the app installed on my Kindle HDX! :)
    Posted to Android Apps by Nicholas B Brindisi on Thu, Nov 7 2013
  • Re: Getting to know the FaithLife Study Bible

    These steps are definitely helpful.
    Posted to Faithlife Study Bible by Nicholas B Brindisi on Thu, Nov 7 2013
  • Re: Getting to know the FaithLife Study Bible

    It looks like the videos need updating. The app screen doesn't even look like what I have. I don't mind that an Android is being used; but I thought the app would be the same.
    Posted to Faithlife Study Bible by Nicholas B Brindisi on Thu, Nov 7 2013
  • Re: Getting to know the FaithLife Study Bible

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] What do you mean by "the main app" and in what way doesn't it work? [/quote] What main app? I am referring to the Android app that Logos made for those using an Android powered tablet, Kindle Fire HDX or Google Nexus. I couldn't get my Kindle to recognize it. Yet, it installs on my phone. The FSB app is a nice alternative
    Posted to Faithlife Study Bible by Nicholas B Brindisi on Thu, Nov 7 2013
  • Getting to know the FaithLife Study Bible

    I just found out that this app is created by Logos. Nice surprise, since I own Logos Scholar (Silver) 4 and have a Kindle Fire HDX. I wanted to use the main app; however it doesn't seem to work. Hence, I'd like to know how to make the most of this app? My personal background is moderate charismatic. Are specific Bible translations linked to certain
    Posted to Faithlife Study Bible by Nicholas B Brindisi on Thu, Nov 7 2013
  • Re: kindle?

    No problem. I'm one of many who'd have liked the idea. Thanks to this thread, I am rethinking my library strategy for my Kindle. In fact, I have a Kindle related question. Since this is the Logos forum, I figure this to be the best place for it. I have a basic Kindle and need to build up my library. I already have an ESV and NIV Bible. On my PC, it
    Posted to General by Nicholas B Brindisi on Sun, Jun 2 2013
  • Re: Organizing commentaries in terms of view points - Help please?

    Just visited Mark's site and the tags did make things a little easier. It alsoserved to help me discover Bob Utley's commentaries "Bible Lessions". For me, it feels like an exegetical commentary than anything else.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nicholas B Brindisi on Mon, May 14 2012
  • Re: Organizing commentaries in terms of view points - Help please?

    Hi Keep Smiling, I just have the Silver edition of Scholar's and don't have the fund to jump to either Gold or Platinum. I'm just trying to find out how to categorize what I already have. The BHS does sound interesting, though. I'm thinking that it would help to name what is in my collection. I'll just stick with the Dictionary and commentaries: Concise
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nicholas B Brindisi on Mon, May 14 2012
  • Re: Organizing commentaries in terms of view points - Help please?

    Thanks for the explanation on concise, exegetical and expository. I just looked up that commentary that you mentioned and "Yike!" I was surprised by the price tag of $1200. That thing would be way too expensive and I could not justify the cost of such a purchase.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nicholas B Brindisi on Mon, May 14 2012
  • Organizing commentaries in terms of view points - Help please?

    I currently have Logos 4.5 Scholar Silver with the Anchor's Yale Dictionary. I like the commentaries and dictionaries that came with this package. I just have one problem. How do I categorize them in terms of viewpoints? I've already learned what is meant by exegetical commentary (scholarly and detailed) and expositional. Yet, what is meant by a "concise
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nicholas B Brindisi on Mon, May 14 2012
  • Looking for Resources on disability in the Bible

    I have Logos 4 Scholar's Silver w. Anchor's Dictionary. What I'd like to do is this. I just watched a webinar on Suicide in the Bible that was done by John at LearnLogos. In the online seminar, there were cultural references and character sketches of 7 people who committed suicide. Plus, I was able to learn what it means to have God's view on the topic
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nicholas B Brindisi on Tue, Apr 24 2012
  • Re: Studying Matt 12:34-35 for an article

    Thank Donnie. I just did a quick Word Study via the NASB Interlinear and can see what you mean. Though I can easily guess that Jesus was speaking about their minds. Though, the word "mind" is used later when Jesus asks his disciples "Are your minds so dull?"
    Posted to General by Nicholas B Brindisi on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Studying Matt 12:34-35 for an article

    Hello, I'm currently doing some research for a new story for my blog. The tentative title is "Heart Attitude". It would be easy to just say "What fills a man's heart will influence how he responds to life." During my reading of Matthew, I came across Matt 12:34-35 and it seems like a good way to start an article. :) My real goal is to encourage a healthy
    Posted to General by Nicholas B Brindisi on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Highlighting

    Hello there, I started using Logos 4's highlighter feature. Can someone please tell me, which color is used for what? I'd also like to know more about all those Inductive highlight. I typically don't highlight my printed Bible, as it tends to be problematic when it comes to reading and I'm not to good with straight lines. I'm currently doing a study
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nicholas B Brindisi on Wed, Sep 22 2010
  • Re: L4 and Precept (Inductive) Bible Studies.

    I was referred to this thread, yesterday and I'm glad I followed up! This is proving to be a treasure trove of insight. Let's see, if I'm understanding the Observation Phase correctly. Pray and ask the Holy Spirit to open my eyes to what is in each chapter or book. Open up a Bible and read. As I read, ask question of both the text of Scripture and the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nicholas B Brindisi on Tue, Sep 21 2010
  • Re: Reading Plans

    Ok. I did some digging and found how to customize the selection range. It went like this: Gen -Mal Matt-John Acts-Rev. I used the pipe symbol to seperate each range. My only problem is telling Logos to give me a daily proverb and maybe daily psalm. How do I do the last item? Daily proverbs & psalm?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nicholas B Brindisi on Mon, Sep 20 2010
  • Re: Reading Plans

    I would also like to create a customize reading plan. The one I had in Logos 3 was pretty close to what I wanted. Here is what I want to do. For the O.T., I want to read Gen - Mal, daily Psalms and a daily Proverb. For the N.T., I'd like to do Matt - John, Acts - Rev. How do I set this up? I am aware that I won't be able to do Psalm 119 in a day. Thanks
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nicholas B Brindisi on Mon, Sep 20 2010
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