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  • Re: Can i transfer books from my personal library to my logos?

    PB means personal book. Search for personal book wiki in the forums.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    Well, I my source (save the reviews on Amazon) is that I talked to an extensive Gn Continental user who studies at Uni and has compared a lot of commentaries in the faculty library and he was able to confirm that it's all about the Documentary Hypothesis and he said that it's the standard for the DocHypoth , so that's also a likely reason why You have
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Logos Owners' Exchange -- a good idea?

    David Medici, let us calculate a bit on Your example: Original item price: $130. 2nd-hand price $100. Now You imply that if You save $30 (130-100) You'd be glad or else not pay anything. Well, from that deal, Logos (with Your example percentages) would benefit $9. (100/10-100/100). The publisher would benefit a mere $1 (100/100). I think they'd want
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    The DocHypoth doesn't affect some/much of the OT reading. @Joseph Turner: I have edited my 2:37 PM post adding a few rows of questions!
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    This is going to be sort of just a side note. Funny. I just wrote in my review of OLL today that it doesn't include Strong's and that I'm happy about that. A Bible study software with an interlinear and [url="http://www.logos.com/product/3878/a-greek-english-lexicon-of-the-new-testament-and-other-early-christian-literature-3rd-ed"]BDAG[/url] is a leap
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    The Mt 8-20 -commentary which I bought as printed matter (not that expensive, and You would profit from lower postage than I did if You live in the US) has been a relief, look at this: http://www.christianforums.com/t7644799-4/#post60163469 ... note that the heretics specifically use the Mt passage. Do You want to see more pages from the Mt commentary
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Suggestion: Correct oversight on Products home page

    I hope they don't put that one the store-front as it will put many off.[quote user="tom collinge"]Logos does will provide resources for Muslims ( http://www.logos.com/product/16300/islamic-studies-collection ), Hindus and Buddhists ( http://www.logos.com/product/16532/the-sacred-books-of-the-east ). I would also love to see Logos expand more into these
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    I attended the Cathedral at 5 pm local time yesterday, a line from the sermon: When we contemplate this scripture, we definitely see the danger of modern piety: Mark 6:1–7 (he preaches from 1986 RNAB): 1 aHe departed from there and came to his native place,* accompanied by his disciples. 2 *When the sabbath came he began to teach in the synagogue, and
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    Well do You think the authors of homiletical commentaries in their turn relied on homiletical commentaries or technical critical ones? And what should Turner rely on when it comes to Q ôheleth? Personally, I use Believer's Church Bible Commentary for it, and considering purchasing the Ep volume also. [quote user="George Somsel"]I really don't buy that
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    It might boil down to a question on whether: You have time? Most of the volumes are quite elaborative. Despite the search functionality You need to read through a lot to come to the valuable conclusion and the points that make difference (regarding for example the critical ones, You know every critical remark doesn't actually make a difference.) This
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Logos Owners' Exchange -- a good idea?

    That's a great idea, MJ. Smith! Possibly with the exception that material done to 100% by Logos would yield ¢0 (there are some in every of the 9 base packages). I hold to what You can see from http://www.christianforums.com/t7541241-post59807301/#post59807301 and http://www.christianforums.com/t7541241-post59807152/#post59807152 that I've written about
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries at 50% off

    The interesting items in the offer are OT 7,322 pages, Bible + Ignatius of Antioch 10,004 pages. The price/page ratio is 6.15¢ a page for the OT incl. 4 Esdras and ¢6.09 a page for the Bible incl. ½ value for Ignatius of Antioch (because like I said an even better commentary would be desirable). I did an accurate calculation: the printed items I have
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, Jul 7 2012
  • Re: Topical Bible Study/Book bible study

    Something to start with, $25, would be: http://www.logos.com/product/7857/the-fundamentals I haven't looked at it so as to be able to tell exactly how many Bible references a page it has on an average. But it sells well so I guess people find use for it. As for the general book by book/chapter by chapter study I would advice staying away from so called
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, Jul 7 2012
  • Re: What are your favorite commentaries?

    Faithlife doesn't seem to be designed for serious study, it's limited to very few Bible versions (when I'm actually waiting for the 1989 REB to be released in Logos 4 or 5) and provides a very basic study Bible (if it's comprehensive at times doesn't matter to me anyway, I don't agree with Logos's official theology). (I never use study Bibles, I have
    Posted to Logos 4 by Unix on Sat, Jul 7 2012
  • Re: L3 versus L4 versus L5

    There is great competition between different software manufacturers of Gk Hebrew Aramaic Latin Bible study software. As lowering the price for the package in L5 would be really unfair towards all of us who have bought it earlier on, one possible sollution might remain: the inclusion of more titles, and that ALL old Logos OLL customers would get those
    Posted to General by Unix on Fri, Jul 6 2012
  • Re: Steve K. Ray -books catholic-convert.com

    By PM:ing me, I meant on Christianforums. Suggestion to new friend: maybe You should think of buying the Hermenia Continental Commentaries -series this month, July 2012: http://community.logos.com/forums/t/51717.aspx ... then we could do a lot of research together! A now 23-year-old girl who knew me 13-14½ months ago surprisingly called me a few days
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Fri, Jul 6 2012
  • Re: Commentaries on the Deuterocanonicals and OT/NT Apocrypha

    I have this item as printed matter, since a year:[quote user="fgh"] New Testament Readings Wisdom of James. Disciple of Jesus the Sage .[/quote]I can say that it's awesome!! It has great references/comparisons to the Apocrypha, including 4 Esdras, 1-2 Enoch, Jubilees, 1 Clem and other ancient litterature both Jewish and Christian. + it also discusses
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Fri, Jul 6 2012
  • Re: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries at 50% off

    Do You really expect the history to repeat itself? And Logos isn't in control of that, it's the publisher that tries this to increasy sales-volumes.[quote user="fgh"]"P.S. The HCC almost never goes on sale" Really? It's 1,5 years since the last sale for that price ended, and it had been going on for quite a few months.[/quote]I have been interested
    Posted to General by Unix on Fri, Jul 6 2012
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    The price for the Catholic Foundations Library is high, considering that much of the content is available free online. The higher Libraries have a lot of content and authors I would not like to read - so I wouldn't choose those. I've started a thread about selecting bundles, base-packages and individual titles: http://www.christianforums.com/t7644634
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, Jun 30 2012
  • Re: L3 versus L4 versus L5

    I'm worried that the salaries paid to the reviewers mentioned in: http://community.logos.com/forums/t/51401.aspx ... will make e-books more expensive or stay the same price, (when it should be the other way, that prices on some items would go down). I allready use Christianforums to discuss theology and just read. Faithlife has very few Bible versions
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, Jun 30 2012
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