Outline Section of Passage Guide

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Ron Corbett | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Mar 13 2016 8:51 AM

Two quick points:

1. I am still surprised by the fact that some of the Resources in our Library do NOT show up under the OUTLINE Section of the Passage Guide ... even when the WHOLE BOOK is dedicated to outlines i.e. The Outline Bible (chapter by chapter), Nelson's Teaching Outlines of the Bible (book by book). [I think I suggested this once before.]  It makes me wonder if other "outline-type" resources will not be tagged to this section - or how long it may take.

2. If putting the time into this section were deemed worthy of the effort, would it be in keeping with Logos' purposes (and of benefit to users) to divide this section into different categories: Exegetical Outlines, Expository Outlines, Literary Outlines, Passage Outlines, Chapter Outlines, Book Outlines, Preaching Outlines, Teaching Outlines, etc.

I like that there are different categories of Outlines but they not organized in any particular order.

Footnote - Here is another interesting approach:

Outline of the discourse

This reading is over 100 clauses long so we will not plod through a clause-by-clause charting of the entire discourse. Rather we will list the major sections of the discourse, referring to the markers and functions of each section.

 B. M. Rocine, Learning Biblical Hebrew: A New Approach Using Discourse Analysis (Macon, GA: Smyth & Helwys Pub., 2000), 364.

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Mar 13 2016 4:24 PM

As I starting point I would be satisfied if Outline labels allowed a section of text to be treated as if Logos had labeled it i.e. if the Outline label worked like the Sermon label.

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