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  • Re: L6 hangs at print/export

    It's back on now. I recently changed routers at home so had to reconfigure the printer. Once Logos found a working printer, it worked perfectly. Interestingly I was only looking to export not print, but that's what hung it up. Thanks for the quick reply.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Randy O'Brien on Sun, Mar 13 2016
  • Re: Requesting user feedback: Send to Kindle feature

    Very, Very interested!
    Posted to General by Randy O'Brien on Sat, May 18 2013
  • Re: Best least expensive always useful Logos Bible commentary?

    +1 on the Tyndale OT and NT series. I have lots and lots of commentary sets, but this one seems to have a really nice balance. Not too much, not too little.
    Posted to General by Randy O'Brien on Mon, Apr 8 2013
  • Re: Help With Study On Divorce

    I have found Craig Blomberg's exegesis of Matt 19 to be very helpful. Marriage, Divorce, Remarriage, And Celibacy: An Exegesis Of Matthew 19:3–12, vol. 11, Trinity Journal Volume 11 (2; Winona Lake, IL: Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1990), 159. This journal is available in Logos.
    Posted to General by Randy O'Brien on Mon, Apr 8 2013
  • Re: Error: L5 seems to be trying to open up another bible again and again and again

    I think it's fixed. It seemed to be something with my bibles. I tried to add a bible by clicking on the + symbol. When I added The Message - nothing. But if I added the HCSB it seemed like everything worked well. So I opened my library and added the HCSB to my favorites (but not so far up the list that it would open all the time - it's not that much
    Posted to Logos 5 by Randy O'Brien on Sun, Nov 4 2012
  • Re: Error: L5 seems to be trying to open up another bible again and again and again

    Thanks, Bradley. I can get at this after the weekend. You've maybe got bigger fish to fry. I'm not preaching this weekend so I don't need it until next week. I totally understand that this can happen with so many possible configurations, and so many possible scenarios. From what I can see - I like the new features in L5 a lot. I can see how I will get
    Posted to Logos 5 by Randy O'Brien on Sat, Nov 3 2012
  • Error: L5 seems to be trying to open up another bible again and again and again

    L5 opens and then gets stuck. With a blank layout I try to create a passage/exegetical guide using the default GO. It open up the tabs, populates a few things. Then it appears that it is calling for another Bible to open and it doesn't get it. It just cycles through adding a blank tab, then not, then trying again. Everything is too slow to be useful
    Posted to Logos 5 by Randy O'Brien on Sat, Nov 3 2012
  • separated at birth?

    Is it just me or does anyone else see the Grinch in the Faithlife logo?
    Posted to General by Randy O'Brien on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Re: Sermon on the Mount Resources

    I'm doing my doctoral thesis on peacemaking and focusing entirely on the sermon on the mount. I have nearly every commentary on Matthew (and the Sermon on the Mount) that is available through Logos. I affirm much of what has been said already. Don't overlook the NICNT volume by France. It is excellent The Pillar set is also very good, as are the NAC
    Posted to General by Randy O'Brien on Fri, Jun 1 2012
  • Re: The Unity of the Bible: Unfolding God's Plan for Humanity

    Yes, please!
    Posted to Suggestions by Randy O'Brien on Wed, Aug 31 2011
  • Re: SIL exegetical summaries offer

    I would affirm their value - especially if you own many commentaries. On the other hand, even if you don't own many of the cited commentaries, it is very helpful to see what they would say if you had it. In that sense it could be very useful on its own. I use the SIL as a sort of "cliff notes" to the various viewpoints and positions. It is an easy way
    Posted to General by Randy O'Brien on Fri, Aug 19 2011
  • Re: iPhone Tutorial

    Melissa: I don't see any videos there. Are there any walkthroughs on the iPad yet? My wife just gave me the new iPad2 and I'm just now trying to see what it's capable of. Video tutorials would be great - as would some more wiki entries devoted to the iPad/iPhone.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Randy O'Brien on Tue, Apr 19 2011
  • Oxford Companion to Classical Literature

    Either the original edition by Sir Paul Harvey or the updated 2nd by M.C. Howatson would be a very helpful volume in Logos format. I pull this little volume out to check on backgrounds of Greek and Latin literature, authors, and culture from time to time. This would be a valuable addition. Anyone else agree?
    Posted to Suggestions by Randy O'Brien on Tue, Feb 22 2011
  • Re: Ability to compare Commentaries by Ratio...

    Douglas: I hear what you're asking for and think it would be cool. In the meantime, have you checked out the Exegetical Summaries resources? They lay out the various interpretive possibilities and directly link to each of the commentaries or resources that are in your library. I find them to be VERY helpful for commentary comparison. Below is a section
    Posted to Suggestions by Randy O'Brien on Thu, Feb 17 2011
  • Re: How much did you pay?

    $2.58 - I have portfolio and lots of journals and other additional resources. These were all purchased through the academic discount. (It almost makes tuition worth it ) I'm surprised that it's that low, but I'm very happy with that.
    Posted to General by Randy O'Brien on Thu, Feb 17 2011
  • Re: I am curious to know How much dollars some one could have invested to logos Bible software.

    It is hard to imagine the value of my library, but one way to calculate it was surprising to me. I took my total invested and divided by the number of sermons I have preached since the time I started with logos and then divided by the average number of listeners. Although my investment is fairly large it amounts to just pennies per Sunday per listener
    Posted to General by Randy O'Brien on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: kent hughes

    I used it when I preached through Ephesians and found it very helpful. As a homiletical commentary he provides some good illustrations and outlines. Weak on application, but good on explanation of the text. Round this out with the NIVAC series and your homiletical commentaries are coming into good shape. blessings, Randy
    Posted to General by Randy O'Brien on Wed, Dec 15 2010
  • Re: Most used Bible version

    NIV for sermon work NLT for my own personal reading / journaling / reflection ESV for my doctoral work (my first reader uses it) I also love the reverse interlinears for the OT NET (as mentioned before...great notes!) BHS / NA27 but checking the SBL now too
    Posted to Logos 4 by Randy O'Brien on Mon, Dec 13 2010
  • Re: Which base package do you own?

    I owned Platinum for a year or so and kept looking at Portfolio. Last week I took the plunge and upgraded. For me the cost was much less than I saw on the upgrade page because, 1) I already owned several expensive collections and 2) I receive an academic discount. It's always worth calling sales and asking them to recheck the upgrade calculator - sometime
    Posted to General by Randy O'Brien on Sat, Nov 13 2010
  • Re: New unofficial tutorial video: Reverse Interlinears

    Great video, Mark! You are a gift to the logos community and the family of Christ.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Randy O'Brien on Sat, Nov 6 2010
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