Book problem - Table of Contents

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Paul | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Oct 10 2018 7:55 PM

Dear Faithlife

On 10 October, I purchased the following book for download from the logos website:

Anthony Cardinale, The Revolt of Rabbi Morris Cohen: Exploring the Passion & Piety of a Modern-Day Pharisee (Clarksville, MD: Lederer Books A division of Messianic Jewish Publishers, 2013).

 

My problem is that the Table of Contents contains chapter titles for only half the chapters.

Here is what I see:

 

Table of Contents

Introduction

Why the Orthodox?

Part I

The Revolt of Rabbi Morris Cohen

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Part II

After the Fall: A Christian Comforts an Embattled Jew

Chapter 13            Meeting Morris

Chapter 14            Lenny Potwora Knew Him First

Chapter 15            ‘Don’t Become Like Me’

Chapter 16            My First Year with Morris

Chapter 17            Morris’ Old Colleague Backs Him Up

Chapter 18            Can the Holy Spirit Dwell in Us?

Chapter 19            Morris Studies First Corinthians

Chapter 20            Lost Childhood

Chapter 21            From the Fathers to the Sons

Chapter 22            I Turn the Tables on Morris

Chapter 23            Morris Confronts His Anger

Chapter 24            Prophet versus Priest

Chapter 25            Morris and I Take a Drive in the Country

Chapter 26            An Enemy of the Gospel

Chapter 27            What Nicodemus Should Have Known

Chapter 28            The Rabbi’s Secret Struggle with Judaism

Chapter 29            ‘I’m the Only Certified Sane Psychologist in Bluffalo’

Chapter 30            ‘We Live in Someone Else’s World’

Chapter 31            Exploring My Greatness

Chapter 32            Vindication for a School Psychologist

Chapter 33            And Then There Was Twilight

Epilogue

Index

 ....

Could you insert chapter headings in the Table of Contents for chapters 1-12?

I suspect there may well be a quality control issue in your arrangements if the book is available for download despite such obvious omissions.

Your assistance appreciated.

Keep well

Paul  

 

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Fredc | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 10 2018 8:08 PM

That certainly appears to be a bug in that resource. Have you communicated directly with FL about this, or is this forum post your only report. If the latter, I would encourage you to contact FL directly. 

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Paul | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 10 2018 8:26 PM

Thanks Fredc - This is my first and only report to Faithlife so far. This kind of error is one that it is hard to insert within a 'Typo' report from the software.  I know that Faithlife monitors these forums and have seen them respond to these kinds of reports previously so happy to wait for a response here for the moment. 

One thing about posting on a forum is that it lets other people know when there may be quality control issues with resources. Faithlife (rightly) prides itself on promoting a quality product and resources. Keep well  Paul  

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Kyle G. Anderson | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 11 2018 7:59 AM

Hey Paul

I can see why you'd assume this was a typo. It certainly seems odd. However in this case it appears it was a publisher decision. There are no chapter titles for the first 12 chapters.

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Paul | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 11 2018 4:30 PM

Kyle G. Anderson:

Hey Paul

I can see why you'd assume this was a typo. It certainly seems odd. However in this case it appears it was a publisher decision. There are no chapter titles for the first 12 chapters.

Hi Kyle - Thanks for taking time to review this issue.  An odd approach by the publisher to include some chapter headings but not others. Its certainly not FL's fault as you're simply being faithful to the text you have.  It's still a great book overall and worth reading!  Keep well  Paul        

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