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Tony Gedwillo | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jul 14 2021 2:20 PM

I noticed that Matthew 16:14 did NOT come up in my search! Note the search terms and the passage shown on the right. I went to the NA28 and moused-over in the ESV to verify that the lemma should be caught by the search. I even changed the search "in" from ESV to NA28, and Matthew 16:14 was still not found. I am finding this to be a disturbing mistake by Logos. Hopefully it's actually a problem with my search, and I can do a better search in the future.

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Tony Gedwillo | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 14 2021 2:21 PM

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Andrew Batishko | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 14 2021 2:28 PM

The "lemma:" modifier in the search you've typed only applies to the first term. This means that the rest of the terms are looking for a match in the manuscript text, not the lemma. Try this search: lemma:βαπτίζω, lemma:βάπτισμα, lemma:βαπτιστής, lemma:Ἰωάννης

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Tony Gedwillo | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 14 2021 2:31 PM

Thanks! I guess I'm just used to thinking of a comma as a minor list separator following a colon... I doubt I'm alone!

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 14 2021 3:05 PM

Tony Gedwillo:
I'm just used to thinking of a comma as a minor list separator following a colon

I only do that when there is a space following the colon -- which may or may not help you remember that the qualified-colon- needs to be repeaed.

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