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  • Re: What is the best Christian resource on dinosaurs?

    I understand what you are asking about, however, let me offer an alternative perspective. The question of dinosaurs is a scientific question about paleontology. Because the geological, astronomical, and paleontological evidence is clear and irrefutable, as believers it’s time to except the evidence of science. The earth is 14.3 billion years old
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Tue, Sep 11 2018
  • Re: Is it possible to just copy the Bible verses without all the annotations and footnotes please?

    CTRL + ALT + B for the keyboard option.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Tue, May 29 2018
  • Is there a risk to us from the spam?

    Is there any risk from these spam post to users of the forum? Although I am intrigued by the opportunity to buy a “round rocker switch with neon light,” is there any further risks to users on these forums from these post? What is the nefarious purposes of these post? Does not seem that benign child’s play would explain the effort it
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Wed, Apr 18 2018
  • Re: Expositor's Bible Commentary -- Original vs. Revised

    Because Mounce did John, I guess you don’t really know what you are talking about. Don’t slander this great set out of ignorance.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Sat, Mar 17 2018
  • Re: I Need Real Truth About These Two

    I would disagree with many of the posts above. Of course, the sermons were preached first, then the commentaries followed and were edited and built off of the research done in the sermons. So they are very similar in many ways. The commentaries were not written from scratch. But the sermons were preached to a live audience and include many useful thoughts
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Mon, Dec 11 2017
  • Re: Opinion: Cranfield on Romans

    Cranfield is a great work, and should be consulted if you are doing an academic paper in Romans. But the commentaries you listed are what you want for preaching, teaching, and personal study. Add Leon Morris or Robert Mounce instead.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Wed, Oct 11 2017
  • Re: Learning Biblical Hebrew

    Zondervan has a sale on its video products, including Miles Van Pelt on Hebrew. This is a very good resource for those learning Greek. http://info.zondervan.com/videolecturesdeal/
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Tue, Sep 26 2017
  • Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament??

    Any word on Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament (B&H) coming to Logos? http://www.bhacademic.com/series/eggnt/ I don't see anything in pre-pub. This is an ideal resource for Logos.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Mon, Jun 5 2017
  • Re: Joh Frame Question

    Frame's Systematic Theology would obviously be theologically consistent with this other books, but other than the section on the doctrine of the knowledge of God, it does not cover the same material. Its sections follow the traditional systematic categories. But this is the type of reference book that has great value to me (like other commentaries,
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Tue, May 30 2017
  • Re: NA 28 Apparatus

    It is a cross-reference to Luke 1:70.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Mon, Nov 7 2016
  • Re: GENERAL NOTICE to all forum users

    Can I add that we should give out posts an appropriate title. Titles like: "I don't get this," "Can I just say," "Okay, I give up," "Is it impossible," or just "Help" are more like Facebook clickbait. Good titles is the first step to a great post.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Sat, Sep 3 2016
  • RSV - Catholic Edition - Chapters in Esther are out of order

    This resource updated today. The RSV Catholic Edition has the chapters of Esther strangely out of order.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Sat, Aug 27 2016
  • "Only some resources from this collection are included"

    I understand now that when you buy a package, you may not get all of the parts of a particular multi-volume resource when it says, " Only some resources from this collection are included." I don't believe that was clear on Monday when the website was first coming up and not fully functional, but now it is clear that there are many resources that I thought
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Eerdmans statement

    Paul would have known that if the other discussion was appropriately titled.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Tue, Aug 16 2016
  • Re: How Will Logos/Faithlife Handle This?

    I have all of the Pillar Commentaries, except Seifrid on 2 Corinthians. Yesterday evening, the dynamic price showed me $31 for the Pillar series to add that one book. But when I went to buy it, the checkout price was $35.93. Today, the dynamic price shows $35.93. My guess is the dynamic price increased because the series price did not decrease but I
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Tue, Aug 16 2016
  • Re: The Logos Now Membership Program is here!

    From this information, can I infer that L7 will not be released until after December 26, with these LN release dates set?
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Fri, Aug 12 2016
  • Re: ROBERT L. THOMAS-REVELATION! Praise the Lord! Thank you Jesus!

    Into Grace - It is certainly your prerogative to disagree with the theological/exegetical conclusions of the pre-trib/premillennialism position taken by this commentary. I personally oscillate in and out of the progressive dispensational view and a tenuous ground toward covanentalism. But I will call you out on your misrepresentation" (slander) concerning
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Sun, Jul 24 2016
  • Re: Serious Issues with Revelation: Four Views, A Parallel Commentary

    Just so its on the record, can you also confirm that you have checked the visual filter to show the page numbers? You seem like a seasoned user, so I expect you did.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Thu, Jul 7 2016
  • Re: BDAG/BAGD confusion

    I have 7,000 resources, but if I could only keep 25 of them, this would be in the list. I can access this resource instantly in my Greek or English Bibles. If you translate, then sell what you need to get this.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Sat, Apr 9 2016
  • Re: A History of Western Philosophy and Theology

    I have the hard back as well. I don't think either marginal notes are necessary to the digital edition. The marginal notes on the upper left are the table of contents so you can follow where you are at. In this instance, "Why Study Philosophy?" This will be replicated, as with all books, with the table of contents to the left of the book. The marginal
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Fri, Nov 20 2015
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