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  • Re: Commentaries: conservative and Liberal

    [quote user="Paul C"]The grey area is: Where do those Fundamentals find their foundation?[/quote] This is a great question Paul. There is no doubt that the way that we use words like fundamental in the context of our discussions is flawed because whilst I knew what was meant here I also agree with you that using a series of books from the early 20th
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Tue, Feb 18 2014
  • Re: Learning Logos 5

    Hi DeWayne Have you seen: http://www.learnlogos.com
    Posted to Logos 5 by Graham Owen on Tue, Feb 18 2014
  • Re: Commentaries: conservative and Liberal

    [quote user="Paul C"]Which edition of the Fundamentals ? ... Written by whom? ...According to what tradition?[/quote] In the context here that would be: https://www.logos.com/product/7857/the-fundamentals
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Tue, Feb 18 2014
  • Re: Commentaries: conservative and Liberal

    [quote user="William Gabriel"] [quote user="tom"] There isn't even an understanding of what is considered to be conservative and what is considered to be liberal. [/quote] Easy, anyone who believes in fewer points of doctrine than me is a flaming liberal and might as well deny the faith. Anyone who believes more points of doctrine than me is a fundamentalist
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Tue, Feb 18 2014
  • Re: NIV 1984 - When will we be able to purchase?

    [quote user="Bob Schlessman"] [quote user="Kevin Olson"] You can still buy the UK version. It looks like the NIV2011UK version will soon be available, which might mean that the 84 version will disappear. [/quote] I suspect that if you already have the NIV84UK you won't lose it once it is taken out of circulation. At least that is how it worked with
    Posted to Logos 5 by Graham Owen on Mon, Jan 20 2014
  • Re: Way to hide Perseus books?

    [quote user="Dave Gifford"]s there a way to hide certain books or collections from the full library view?[/quote] I use collections to do this then use them as a filter for the library, the collection that I use the most selects only resources in English and removes Perseus and Vyrso, the matching string for this is: language:english ANDNOT (publisher
    Posted to Logos 4 by Graham Owen on Thu, Jan 2 2014
  • Re: Mega Pack ends today: get Logos’ biggest discount EVER!

    [quote user="Sherri Huleatt"] There simply isn’t any more time to weigh your options—this is the single biggest deal in Logos history and it will be gone forever in just a few hours. Call us at 888-875-9491 or email sales@logos.com if you have any questions, or want to take advantage of today’s phone-only sales (including 30 secret resources). [/quote
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Thu, Jan 2 2014
  • Re: 500 Megapack looks like a garage sale you leave early

    I've been waiting since 20th December to get a list from sales at Logos of the resources that would be added to my account. Like most of these offers the challenge is determining what you actually will get for your money!
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Mon, Dec 30 2013
  • Re: Merry Christmas

    [<:o)]
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Tue, Dec 24 2013
  • Re: Can I purchase a Spanish bible translation?

    Maria Check out the Bibles here: https://www.logos.com/products/search?Resource+Type=Bibles&Language=Spanish
    Posted to Logos 5 by Graham Owen on Wed, Dec 11 2013
  • Re: New Community Pricing title

    [quote user="Gabe Martini"]Not the American Georgia[/quote]
    Posted to Orthodox Products by Graham Owen on Wed, Dec 11 2013
  • Re: Which of these Two Commentaries Will Fit Me best?

    [quote user="Rick"]If some versions of the Bible differ on interpretation, please tell me why.[/quote] For the New Testament you might like: https://www.logos.com/product/2190/a-textual-commentary-on-the-greek-new-testament It is quite technical but does help you to see the textual differences. I am not aware of a similar text for the Old Testament
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Tue, Dec 10 2013
  • Re: Which of these Two Commentaries Will Fit Me best?

    And here is Pillar... 6. Practicing Piety, 6:1–34 The previous section has made it very clear that Jesus was not opposed to the keeping of the law; rather, he was firmly committed to it and in a much more wholehearted way than his Pharisaic opponents. But the service of God included a good deal more than could be determined by a reference to the law;
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Tue, Dec 10 2013
  • Re: Which of these Two Commentaries Will Fit Me best?

    One less 'scholarly' option is Tyndale which as an Old and New Testament series that seems quite popular with others here. vi. Teaching on religious observance (6:1–18) The ‘righteousness which exceeds that of the scribes and Pharisees’ (5:20) is to be seen not only in a new radical approach to the legal and ethical questions which concerned the scribes
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Tue, Dec 10 2013
  • Re: Which of these Two Commentaries Will Fit Me best?

    [quote user="Rick"]Thanks so much Graham. Wow, I have a lot of reviewing to do[/quote] Rick If you think of any others that you might want to look at the same passage from then it is worth asking. With the array that are available it is quite difficult to advise someone. There use to be a page on the Logos web site that categorised the different commentaries
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Tue, Dec 10 2013
  • Re: Which of these Two Commentaries Will Fit Me best?

    [quote user="Rick"]Hi Graham, thanks for the link and sorry for the delay. Loooong day.[/quote] Same here, for the New Testament Baker Exegetical is another one that you might want to look at, here is the Matthew 6 entry so you can see how this compares with WBC. 3. Religious Duties (6:1–18) Analysis Matthew 6:1–18 presents the teaching of Jesus on
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Tue, Dec 10 2013
  • Re: Which of these Two Commentaries Will Fit Me best?

    [quote user="Rick"]If this is the average technicality of the series, I believe that WBC would be difficult for me and it is probably not the right choice for me. [/quote] Hi Rick Might be worth taking a quick look at the blog below. http://blog.logos.com/2010/03/which_commentary_is_best/ Then you could make a lost of what you are looking for in a commentary
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Mon, Dec 9 2013
  • Re: Favorite Logos Commentaries for Sermon Preparation?

    [quote user="Richard DeRuiter"] Every once in a while, opening up a few systematic theologies, or looking at how someone else has dealt with various pastoral or leadership issues (e.g.) has proven more helpful than I anticipated.[/quote] Good point Rich... And the great thing about Logos is you can access that information using the cited tool, I always
    Posted to Logos 5 by Graham Owen on Fri, Nov 29 2013
  • Re: Favorite Logos Commentaries for Sermon Preparation?

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] The NAC series is a less academic series but one I have found provides consistently good commentary in an accessible way. The PtW series provides very good illustrations and application ideas which I often find helpful [/quote] Would agree about these two sets, can't comment on NICOT/NICNT as I do not own them. I would
    Posted to Logos 5 by Graham Owen on Fri, Nov 29 2013
  • Re: Black Friday Sales Posted!

    [quote user="Disciple of Christ (doc)"]If you have one of the larger base packages and are regular supporter of pre-pub program bundles, then the odds are against you finding something to interest you in a sale determined by a popularity pole.[/quote] I think that this is the crux of the problem, in recent years the Logos sales have become less attractive
    Posted to General by Graham Owen on Thu, Nov 28 2013
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