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  • Re: User Manuals -- Are hardcopies available?

    I would like to have the manual published in print sometime during July 2016 (when my Logos Now Annual Subscription ends) through September 2016 (before version 7 ships), it should include everything in the L6 Feature Crossgrade and Logos Now up until publication and it should list and present all databases and commands: i.e. what kind of searches You
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Tue, Oct 27 2015
  • Help massive & complete Encyclopedia on CP to production!

    Famous 1911 Edition https://www.logos.com/product/33266/encyclopedia-britannica High bids are what matter! Significantly higher would be needed! Reasons for bidding: Highly valued and sought for by antiquarians around the World. This is the Edition where they paid attention to English language and article style - how well-written the articles should
    Posted to General by Unix on Fri, Oct 23 2015
  • Re: What are the top ten WBC volumes? please rank 1-10

    Depends on if You count on them connecting to other books? For example in early December I bought the 2014 Cyber Monday Mega Pack, it contained quite various books incl. some public domain 1-2 Kings commentaries. Right now I've placed an order by email which I've added to little by little during this Week, the order hasn't been processed yet, it's from
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, Sep 24 2015
  • Re: Which WBC volumes do you recommend?

    Instead of WBC by James Ramsey Michaels, 1988, I would get the Anchor Yale Bible volume by John H. Elliott, 2000, despite the price difference. I have it (the NT set incl. the old Mt -volume by Albright) in Accordance, if it goes on a deep discount sale (40% off or better) I may duplicate it in Verbum. The WBC -volume is not worth the $10:[quote user
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Sep 23 2015
  • Re: Whats your go to books for study ?

    The OP suggested some categories: [quote user="jason"]or just regular study? What would be your top 5 you can't live without? Bible back grounds , Commentaries , Dictionaries,Encyclopedias etc .... Just the top 5 . Thanks for the responses it will help me look for more resources I may not have other wise thought about. [/quote]For me, commentaries is
    Posted to General by Unix on Fri, Sep 18 2015
  • Re: Whats your go to books for study ?

    (The OP asked for 5 most used, I'll explain why what I list is not more than that, almost all the sets I have are partial.) Further below I'll give 7 examples from Verbum (one of which covers just a part of one Biblical book + three misc commentaries (Pelican/Penguin; Abingdon -series; NCC/CGT) and one which is the category Bible Dictionaries in which
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, Sep 17 2015
  • Re: 1992 GNT-CE 2nd ed. preferably with Anglicized text and 1971 GNB 3rd ed. NT

    "The Good News Translation is recommended by Biblical scholars like Raymond Brown, Gordon Fee, and Douglas Stuart. It even makes the top 10 list of favorite Bible translations by the famous Rick Mansfield at the This Lamp Blog." /Originally posted by Brett Kirksey on the ‎ Bible Versions Discussion/Dialogue on September 2. 2015 I want the 2004 Good
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Tue, Sep 15 2015
  • Re: Windows Vista and Logos # ?

    He may have both Libronix/Logos 3.0g and Logos 5.2b SR-11 and Verbum 5.2b SR-11 installed at the same time. Don't update Internet Explorer beyond version 8! Out of the big name browsers use either Firefox which is 32-bit or if having plenty of RAM Chrome which is 64-bit and sometimes uses an unlimited amount of RAM. Libronix is the fastest of the three
    Posted to General by Unix on Mon, Sep 14 2015
  • Re: Need to get started writing all Hebrew tokens and preferably phonetic

    Is that something with which I can get quickly started and identify and copy-paste any of the tokens even if I don't know the right keystrokes? Is there a list in it or can I search in it for the names of all the characters? Does it handle (most of) the phonetic alphabet as well?:[quote user="NB.Mick"]You can try the free Faithlife tool Shibboleth:
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Unix on Mon, Sep 14 2015
  • Need to get started writing all Hebrew tokens and preferably phonetic

    While I'm in classes I always take notes which I then give to one or some students who are entitled to get the notes. I may write by hand such as Hebrew, but can write Swedish faster on the computer. But before I send anything to a fellow student (or sometimes some studying on a long distance) I have to write down all of it complete on the computer
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Unix on Mon, Sep 14 2015
  • Re: Which WBC volumes do you recommend?

    If You want to buy a little less right now, a hint is that bestcommentaries.com is generally a bit discriminative against the newest commentaries. In Your situation I would get the Hermeneia -volume on 2 Chron (I got in Verbum on pre-pub and since a year have it in Accordance as well), and wait for the newer forthcoming Edition of Word Biblical Commentary
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, Sep 12 2015
  • Re: Tool to Identify Holes in My Library

    Excellent suggestion!
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Mon, Sep 7 2015
  • Re: Which WBC volumes do you recommend?

    I have three additional volumes which are beaten by other series though but for which I find occasional use. My recommendations are: The new Joshua -volumes are the best for Joshua but I don't think it's a necessity to study it. Since no works yet reference the new volumes I have the old volume as well (although in print), as it is in fact cited here
    Posted to General by Unix on Tue, Sep 1 2015
  • Re: Penguin Commentaries - availability in Logos and general reception

    I would buy that one, want to sell it to me? Best way of transferring money would then be that I send enough one-dollar banknotes in an envelope by postal mail as that's actually much cheaper than a Paypal-transfer:[quote user="Rayner"] St John - John Marsh).[/quote]I'm specializing in the GJn (among other things). I remember long ago I even bought
    Posted to General by Unix on Tue, Sep 1 2015
  • Re: Suggestion: New Feature: Commentary Tool

    Thanks, Eli ! Looking forward to that, hopefully not much further than ½ a year away.
    Posted to Logos Now by Unix on Fri, Aug 28 2015
  • Re: Just a Question

    Yes, I agree with the OP, certain information should be instantly up-to-date on the wiki (which is how I grasp allowing for a reduced presence on the forums would be best achieved), instead of constantly (instead of caring about the weather) having to follow the General forum and Logos 6 forum to grasp the current situation. OK, it's true that anyone
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Fri, Aug 28 2015
  • Re: Base packages and dynamic pricing

    There will be a small premium to pay each time when upgrading in smaller steps compared to upgrading in one giant step, it's not that much - I wouldn't be bothered, but I can't say how much other than that it's perhaps between 7-10% approximately, that's just an approximation. Benefits of upgrading in small steps include that You stand a better chance
    Posted to Catholic Products by Unix on Mon, Aug 24 2015
  • Re: NICOT & NICNT

    Of course FL has some strengths, and it's the best that I start mentioning them in this post, but I'll start with that in this case, FL's licensing rule that says that resources can be installed on an "indefinite" number of devices owned by and used only by the person who has the FL account, is a disadvantage and may have raised the share of money i
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Aug 19 2015
  • Re: NICOT & NICNT

    For a large bundle it's very near the pain threshold. OK so it's lots of content all of it manually tagged but the Logos pricing on this one (which btw keeps to continually rise) quickly narrows down how many can ever afford this set during this ongoing decade. This is not a beneficial pricing model. Only the enthusiast of recent full commentary sets
    Posted to General by Unix on Tue, Aug 18 2015
  • Re: How does my Logos library compare to that found at a seminary?

    I don't go by total numbers, I go by how much effort I had put in time into cherry-picking and carefully selecting just what I want to have in two Bible Study softwares (and I have Encyclopedia of Ancient Christianity in a third software in which I have about nothing, it's coming to Accordance). My Logos/Verbum library building days are about over.
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Aug 12 2015
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