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  • Re: Suggestion: Add New Resources to the Baylor Handbook on the Bible (Greek and Hebrew)

    There are more volumes available in this series: Hosea: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text Jonah: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text, Revised and Expanded Edition Aramaic Ezra and Daniel: A Handbook on the Aramaic Text Matthew 1-14: A Handbook on the Greek Text Matthew 15-28: A Handbook on the Greek Text John 1-10: A Handbook on the Greek Text John 11-21: A Handbook
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Thu, May 21 2020
  • Re: Suggestion: Biblical Hebrew by Page H. Kelley

    I searched by the author’s name and I could not find it, so I thought we did not have it. That is frustrating. There were a couple of things that showed up in the search: the first edition handbook, a commentary, and a couple of other books. But the second edition handbook and the grammar did not show up. I was able to find the second edition
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Tue, Dec 17 2019
  • Suggestion: Biblical Hebrew by Page H. Kelley

    Logos/Faithlife has A Handbook to Biblical Hebrew, both the first edition and the second edition (the second is still in pre-order). But, for some reason, we still do not have the grammar. The handbook is the companion to the grammar. In fact, its usefulness is limited without the grammar. I see no reason why Faithlife/Logos cannot (or should not) add
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Mon, Dec 16 2019
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Basics of Classical Syriac

    We can pre-order the video lectures now, but still no grammar. That makes no sense to me. Hopefully Faithlife can get that one here soon.
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Thu, Dec 12 2019
  • Re: Suggestion: Add More Zondervan Ancient Languages Resources

    So, we have a bunch of this now in preorder. However, we still do not have Basics of Classical Syriac Grammar, Workbook, Lexicon. We have the video lectures, but not the grammar. How does that make sense? Hopefully we can get the grammar here soon. What good are the vidoe lectures without the grammar and workbook?
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Thu, Dec 12 2019
  • Re: The Expanded Bible

    I'm surprised this is still not Logos. We have the New Testament, but not one that has both Old and New Testaments. Also, the ebook is available from Thomas Nelson for $9.99 currently. Here is a link to it: https://www.thomasnelson.com/9781418549633/the-expanded-bible-ebook/ Can someone from Faithlife comment on why this is not available yet? It has
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Thu, Dec 12 2019
  • Bug with BI 161 or with Courses Tool?

    I'm not sure if this is a bug with the course itself, or a bug within the courses tool in regards to this course, or what. But, here is what I'm experiencing: (I also posted this in Logos Mobile Education, but got no response) In BI 161 - Problems in Bible Interpretation I - Difficult Passages 1, under Unit 3 The Bridegroom of Blood, in the Courses
    Posted to Logos 8 by Caleb S. on Fri, Sep 27 2019
  • Bug with BI 161

    In BI 161 - Problems in Bible Interpretation I - Difficult Passages 1, under Unit 3 The Bridegroom of Blood, in the Courses Tool, the Unit does not show up correctly at all. In the other Units, there is a drop down triangle indicating that there are multiple segments underneath. However, in this Unit, that is not the case at all. The Courses tool takes
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Caleb S. on Sat, Sep 21 2019
  • Re: Bug or error in LA251 Introducing Hebrew Grammar

    Also, the issues I mentioned in my first post appear to have been resolved. As in all of it. So, you can just ignore the first post. I discovered the name change when I searched for LA251 in my library and could not find the course, since I was going to open up the videos and watch them in a separate window. But I could not find anything labeled LA251
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Caleb S. on Tue, Jan 1 2019
  • Re: Bug or error in LA251 Introducing Hebrew Grammar

    Ok, so I just discovered that I have LA251 Introducing Hebrew Grammar listed as a course I started, however, I also have HB101 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew, which shows I have not started HB101. So now I have no idea what in the world is going on here. Should I just delete the LA251? It appears as though I started it when it had the other name, and
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Caleb S. on Tue, Jan 1 2019
  • Bug or error in LA251 Introducing Hebrew Grammar

    In the course LA251 in the Courses Tool on the desktop application, there is a error or bug, I'm not sure what to call it really. But the issue is when you go to Unit 3, it does not feature a drop down arrow for the segments in Unit 3. It begins with the first video lecture "Personal Pronouns", but you cannot see the videos for the other segments. But
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Caleb S. on Tue, Jan 1 2019
  • Re: Suggestion: Add Invitation to Biblical Hebrew Syntax

    Now that we have Invitation to Biblical Hebrew by Fuller and Choi (grammar and workbook) in prepub , I hope that we can get the syntax grammar added as well, which I recommended above. It would be a great addition to the Invitation to Theological Studies Series. In fact, it could be added with the other two books in that series that are not in Prepub
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Tue, Dec 25 2018
  • Re: Apollos Commentaries

    I forgot I saw that and pre-ordered it. oops. lol
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Sun, Feb 18 2018
  • Re: Apollos Commentaries

    I would buy the Apollos Old Testament Series . It looks like it would be a good addition to Faithlife/Logos.
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Sun, Feb 18 2018
  • Re: The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek

    I would love to see this as well!
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Sun, Feb 18 2018
  • Re: The Historical reliability of the gospels by Craig Blomberg

    I would like to see The Historical Reliability of the Gospels as well. I would also like to see the following resource in Logos, also from Craig Blomberg: The Historical Reliability of the New Testament (Published November 2016)
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Sun, Feb 18 2018
  • Suggestion: Add Invitation to Biblical Hebrew Syntax

    I would like to see Faithlife add Invitation to Biblical Hebrew Syntax by Russell T. Fuller.
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Sun, Feb 18 2018
  • Suggestion: Add More Zondervan Ancient Languages Resources

    Someone has already suggested adding Basics of Classical Syriac here in the forum . I would like to add to this suggestion. Zondervan also has Basics of Classical Syriac Video Lectures . I would love to own this in Logos with the grammar Basics of Classical Syriac and a lexicon for Syriac. We already have the video lectures for Basics of Biblical Hebrew
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Sun, Feb 18 2018
  • Re: Suggestion: Add New Resources to the Baylor Handbook on the Bible (Greek and Hebrew)

    [quote user="Caleb S."] I would like to see these added to the BHHB: Deuteronomy 1-11: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text (Publication Date August 1, 2016) Haggai and Zechariah 1-8: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text (Publication Date September 1, 2016) Esther: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text (Publication Date: October 1, 2015) Genesis 37-50: A Handbook on the
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Sun, Feb 18 2018
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Basics of Classical Syriac

    I forgot that I wanted to recommend this grammar to Faithlife. I would pre-order these resources.
    Posted to Suggestions by Caleb S. on Sat, Feb 17 2018
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