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  • Re: T&T Clark Bible Guides

    The most probable volume would have been James by John S. Kloppenborg (available in hardback) - if so (if it was that one I saw) some time during 2014 it's been scheduled to ship later. It's scheduled to ship in August 2015 and the product-page states it would be 144 pages (longer than the average volume in the series and great length for an introductory
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, May 7 2015
  • Re: Surface 3

    That's excellent if it takes somewhat long to charge it!! I'm thrilled! It means less wear on the battery. What's still interesting is whether the battery can be changed when it's completely used up. I will never afford this tablet PC new though, and for at least about 3 years I won't afford it used either:[quote user="Adam Olean"] Also, charge times
    Posted to General by Unix on Tue, May 5 2015
  • Re: T&T Clark Bible Guides

    They are short and I doubt the bibliographies surpass OK commentaries, but the typical introduction in commentaries usually is short for many books of the Bible:[quote user="NB.Mick"]The books are short, contain a commented bibliography[/quote] Some volumes used to cost $10 - at least 1 which I had (2 Pt Jude) but sold and which I bought as printed
    Posted to General by Unix on Tue, May 5 2015
  • Re: No OT commentary both evangelical and technical?

    John Goldingay (Isaiah, Daniel, Psalms) Daniel (Apollos Old Testament Commentary) by Ernest C. Lucas The Minor Prophets: An Exegetical and Expository Commentary by Thomas E. McComiskey 1 & 2 Kings (Apollos Old Testament Commentary) Genesis: A Commentary by Waltke, Bruce K. and Fredricks, Cathi J. EDIT: Mark Barnes already posted about Apollos while
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, May 2 2015
  • Re: NICOT/NICNT vs. WBC

    There were about five references to "gnosticism" in Martin, but in Harris there's about "proto-gnosticism" on pages 83-85 - maybe I should go back and read through that:[quote user="Francis"]I can't give you much of an answer here. I have consulted them both, but not read them through, and it was not recent. I don't remember what I thought then. Sorry
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, May 2 2015
  • Re: NICOT/NICNT vs. WBC

    I spotted a used copy of the NIGTC set, that's why I asked. The volume I'm starting to get sure I want from that set, is the 1996 Colossians/Philemon volume by Dunn. This post: community.logos.com/forums/p/47309/351457.aspx#351457 from March 21. 2012 ... says something about the NIGTC Colossians/Philemon, also in comparison to the corresponding WBC
    Posted to General by Unix on Fri, May 1 2015
  • Re: NICOT/NICNT vs. WBC

    Francis , what do You think of the WBC 2 Cor volume by Ralph P. Martin (whether the old or the revised)? And how do You think it compares to NIGTC by Murray J. Harris?:[quote user="Francis"]if I could only own one of the two sets, would definitely pick WBC.[/quote]
    Posted to General by Unix on Fri, May 1 2015
  • Re: Building my next PC, what components to prioritize for Logos 6

    Are You looking to get DDR4? I'm not sure if the prices for DDR4 have come down much. What web browser are You using? Chrome is fast but needs lots of RAM, but if going with DDR4 I'd still go with one 8GB stick for now and upgrade by adding a stick as soon as the prices have come down a little. The benefit of choosing Chrome is less wear on the SSD
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, Apr 30 2015
  • Re: Looking for a Jas commentary recommendation

    Any more opinions?
    Posted to General by Unix on Tue, Dec 16 2014
  • Looking for a Jas commentary recommendation

    Would anyone know of a Jas commentary by an Anglican, Episcopalian, Catholic or a proponent of "Gnosticism". Or possibly Presbyterian Church in Canada. Which commentary would You recommend? It can be in either print, Logos/Verbum or Accordance. I have for example that volume in the New Testament Readings series (Routledge) by Richard Bauckham, which
    Posted to General by Unix on Mon, Dec 15 2014
  • Re: I just got a new computer and need to load Logos 6 onto it. Can I do it form the website or do I have to call technical support and get them to send me another e-mail with the download like when I first subscribed?

    Go to: http://www.logos.com/account/orders/history ... and locate Your base-package purchase and click on the order number. There You find the links. Alternatively, go to: Verbum 6 Core Crossgrade ... to find the download link for the Catholic software. If You want ta simplified interface, go to the Noet forum to find the installation link. Then go
    Posted to Logos 6 by Unix on Mon, Dec 15 2014
  • Re: Off-topic: non-Logos Amazon books

    Clarification: of course the uni does not require that I use printed matter. Does anyone have a Jas commentary recommendation?
    Posted to General by Unix on Mon, Dec 15 2014
  • Re: Concordia Commentary

    Neither did I. I don't claim to remember authors perfectly but I do memorize what sets are out there and I've never been interested in this series, and I doubt the uni would care if I did - so far I haven't heard much denominational "expectations/requirements" at least not regarding commentaries:[quote user="mab"]I don't recognize a single author of
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, Dec 14 2014
  • Re: Commentaries available individually that reference AYBC Job?

    How much do those volumes reference A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Job by S. R. Driver an G. B. Gray from 1921 which I have as well? :[quote user="Paul Strickert"]I ran a search for "Pope" in the two volumes of Clines' commentary on Job in the Word series. It resulted in 1,296[/quote]
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, Dec 13 2014
  • Commentaries available individually that reference AYBC Job?

    I was wondering if anyone knows of a commentary that references the Anchor Yale Bible Commentary Job volume (a lot)? Not ones in sets that have not been broken up. The AYBC volume is by Marvin Pope: ... and the link is: https://www.logos.com/product/41423/the-anchor-yale-bible-job It's from the '60 and revised in the '70s. I would prefer to stay current
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, Dec 13 2014
  • Re: Off-topic: non-Logos Amazon books

    I bring printed matter to uni as well. I've tried to look through what Logos offers.
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, Dec 13 2014
  • Re: change account info

    Email customer service asking for Jeremy Einfeld to force update Your Faithlife profile if the changes don't seem to have gone through on the Logos webpage.
    Posted to Vyrso: Christian Ebooks by Unix on Sat, Dec 13 2014
  • Re: Off-topic: non-Logos Amazon books

    The postage is very cost prohibitive for me as well as the current currency exchange rate and my finances. I do sometimes buy printed matter but it's been a year (and then it was my dad who ordered and paid it) since ordering anything from AMZN. I rather buy at other sites such as abebooks where the seller can decide the postage. I also don't want recommendations
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, Dec 13 2014
  • Re: Is there a way to install Verbum directly if I have L6 Anglican?

    If You mean where You uninstall softwares, it's no longer listed there, nor is Logos Prerequisites:[quote user="Dave Hooton"]Try repairing the installation from Control Panel, Programs and Features.:[quote user="Unix"] I have parts of the installation left on the computer,[/quote][/quote]
    Posted to Logos 6 by Unix on Fri, Dec 12 2014
  • Is there a way to install Verbum directly if I have L6 Anglican?

    Last time I upgraded to Verbum was early December 2013, it was the previous version. I've upgraded to L6 Anglican Silver and I can install Logos 6. But is there a way to install Verbum 6 directly without having to installing Verbum 5 first and then update to Verbum 6 which I had to do the last time? (I'm asking because I have parts of the installation
    Posted to Logos 6 by Unix on Fri, Dec 12 2014
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