Logos at Calvin Worship Symposium in Grand Rapids, MI Jan. 28-30

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Rev. Wayne Paul Barrett | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Jan 16 2010 10:22 AM

Hi everyone,

During the Calvin Worship Symposium in Grand Rapids, MI this month, the 28th-30th, there are two separate sessions entitled, "Not for Preachers Only: Logos Bible Software’s Libronix 3.0", taught by Carl Bosma, professor of Old Testament, Calvin Theological Seminary. Does anyone know more about this instructor, or whether this seminar will cover L4 as well?



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Mark Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jan 16 2010 10:27 AM

Rev. Wayne Paul Barrett:
Carl Bosma

Yes I do know of him. He has created a good user's manual for Logos 3.0 and taught with it at Calvin for a number of years. I am surprised this has not been updated for 4.0, but I guess it is too early.



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David Stockdale | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 17 2010 11:27 AM


You will enjoy Prof. Bosma in this seminar.  I must admit that, as a former student of Carl's, I am also a bit biased. Smile  He is proficient in the Greek and Hebrew languages as well as Libronix and its application in ministry and education.  Here's Prof. Bosma's bio:


Based on the description of the seminar, I would not expect this to seminar to cover L4.  However, he pushes 3.0 to the limit.  Beginning and intermediate Libronix users will better understand the package.  Experienced Libronix users will enjoy this seminar and gain an appreciation for how to move from text to sermon.  The description of the seminar follows:

C3: Not for Preachers Only: Logos Bible Software’s Libronix 3.0—Carl Bosma 
This “hands-on” session will demonstrate the powerful and versatile features of the Libronix 3.0 Digital Library, which contains numerous Bible versions, morphologically tagged Greek and Hebrew Bible, Greek and Hebrew lexicons and grammars, Bible dictionaries, theological dictionaries, commentaries and more.  This versatile program enables laypersons, pastors and theological students to accomplish their exegetical tasks with greater efficiency.


David Stockdale


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