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Ryan Burns | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Jan 12 2010 1:03 PM

The following titles are now iPhone app compatible and, if you have a Logos 4 base package and own a title listed below, it should now be accessible on your iPhone or iPod Touch :

The Mishnah: A New Translation
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Titus
Introduction to the Old Testament Prophetic Books
New Unger's Bible Dictionary
Great Doctrines of the Bible
Introduction to the Old Testament Pentateuch
Introduction to the Old Testament Poetical Books
Introduction to the Old Testament Historical Books
Tanakh (1985)
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Hebrews
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - 1 Corinthians
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Ephesians
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Galatians
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Acts
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - 1 Timothy
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Colossians
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Philemon
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - 2 Timothy
Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament
Moody Handbook of Theology
Biblical Theology of the Old Testament
Jewish New Testament
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Acts, Parts 1 and 2
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Revelation 1-11
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Revelation 12-22
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Philippians
Building Your Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary: Learning Words by Frequency and Cognate
Building Your New Testament Greek Vocabulary (3rd Edition)
An Introduction to Aramaic
Semeia 1: A Structuralist Approach to the Parables
Semeia 2 The Good Samaritan
Semeia 3: Classical Hebrew Narrative
Semeia 4 Paul Ricoeur on Biblical Hermeneutics
Semeia 5: Oral Tradition and Old Testament Studies
Semeia 6: Erhardt Guttgemanns' Generative Poetics
Semeia 7: Studies in the Book of Job
Semeia 8: Literary Critical Studies of Biblical Texts
Semeia 9: Polyvalent Narration
Semeia 10: Narrative Syntax: Translation and Reviews
Semeia 11: Early Christian Miracle Stories
Semeia 12: The Poetics of Faith: Imagination Rhetoric, and the Disclosures of Faith
Semeia 13: The Poetics of Faith: Imagination, Rhetoric, and the Disclosures of Faith
Semeia 14: Apocalypse: The Morphology of a Genre
Semeia 15: Perspectives on Old Testament Narrative
Semeia 16: Perspectives on Mark's Gospel
Semeia 17: Gnomic Wisdom
Semeia 18: Genesis 2 and 3, Kaleidoscopic Structural Readings
Semeia 19: The Book of Job and Ricoeur's Hermeneutics
Semeia 20: Pronouncement Stories
Semeia 21: Anthropological Perspectives on Old Testament Prophecy
Semeia 22: Studies in Ancient Letter Writing
Semeia 23: Derrida and Biblical Studies
Semeia 24: Old Testament Interpretation from a Process Perspective
Semeia 25: Julius Wellhausen and His Prolegomena the History of Israel
Semeia 26: Narrative Discourse in Structural Exegesis: John and I Thessalonians
Semeia 27: Law as Literature
Semeia 28: The Bible and Feminist Hermeneutics
Semeia 29: Kingdom and Children: Aphorism, Chreia, Structure
Semeia 30: Christology and Exegesis: New Approaches
Semeia 31: Reader Response Approaches to Biblical and Secular Texts
Semeia 32: Tragedy and Comedy in the Bible
Semeia 33: Rene Girard and Biblical Studies
Semeia 34: Biblical Hermeneutics in Jewish Moral Discourse
Semeia 35: Social-Scientific Criticism of the New Testament and Its Social World
Semeia 36: Early Christian Apocalypticism: Genre Social Setting
Semeia 37: Social-Scientific Criticism of the Hebrew Bible and Its Social World
Semeia 38: Apocryphal Acts of Apostles
Semeia 39: Orality, Aurality and Biblical Narrative
Semeia 40: Text and Textuality
Semeia 41: Speech Act Theory and Biblical Criticism
Semeia 42: Reasoning with the Foxes: Female Wit in a World of Male Power
Semeia 43: Genre, Narrativity, and Theology
Semeia 44: The Historical Jesus and the Rejected Gospels
Semeia 45: Thinking Biblical Law
Semeia 46: Narrative Research on the Hebrew Bible
Semeia 47: Interpretation for Liberation
Semeia 48: Reader Perspectives on the New Testament
Semeia 49: The Apocryphal Jesus and Christian Origins
Semeia 50: Paraenesis: Act and Form
Semeia 51: Text/History/Self in Structural and Poststructural Exegesis
Semeia 52: How Gospels Began
Semeia 53: The Fourth Gospel from a Literary Perspective
Semeia 54: Poststructuralism as Exegesis
Semeia 55: Early Christianity, Q and Jesus
Semeia 56: Social Networks in Early Christian Environment: Issues and Methods for Social History
Semeia 57: Discursive Formations, Ascetic Piety and the Interpretation of Early Chr. Literature, V1
Semeia 58: Discursive Formations, Ascetic Piety and the Interpretation of Early Chr. Literature, V2
Semeia 59: Ideological Criticism of Biblical Texts
Semeia 60: Fantasy and the Bible
Semeia 61: Women, War, and Metaphor
Semeia 62: Textual Determinacy, Part One
Semeia 63: Characterization in Biblical Literature
Semeia 64: The Rhetoric of Pronouncement
Semeia 65: Orality and Textuality in Early Christian Literature
Semeia 66: Ethics and Politics in the Hebrew Bible
Semeia 67: Transformations, Passages, and Processes
Semeia 68: Honor and Shame in the World of the Bible
Semeia 69-70: Intertextuality and the Bible
Semeia 71: Textual Determinacy, Part Two
Semeia 72: Taking It Personally
Semeia 73: Reading With: Exploration of Interface btw Critical and Ordinary Readings of the Bible
Semeia 74: Biblical Glamour and Hollywood Glitz
Semeia 75: Postcolonialism and Scriptural Reading
Semeia 76: Race, Class and the Politics of Biblical Translation
Semeia 77: Bible and Ethics of Reading
Semeia 78: Reading the Bible as Women: Perspectives from Africa, Asia, and Latin America
Semeia 79:Rhetorics of Resistance: A Colloquy on Early Christianity as Rhetorical Formation
Semeia 80: The Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles in Intertextual Perspectives
Semeia 81: Thinking in Signs: Semiotics and Biblical Studies . . . Thirty Years After
Semeia 82: In Search of the Present: The Bible Through Cultural Studies
Semeia 83/84: Slavery in Text and Interpretation
Semeia 85: God the Father in the Gospel of John
Semeia 86: Food and Drink in the Biblical World
Semeia 87: The Social World of the Hebrew Bible
Semeia 88: A Vanishing Mediator? The Presence/Absence of the Bible in Postcolonialism
Semeia 89: Northrop Frye and the Afterlife of the Word
Semeia 90/91: The Bible in Asian America
Trusting God
The Pursuit of Holiness
The Practice of Godliness
Inside Out-10th Anniversary Edition
New Testament Exegesis and Research: A Guide for Seminarians
Foundations of Pentecostal Theology
A Greek Grammar of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - 2 Corinthians
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - 1 Peter
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - 2 Peter and Jude
Returning to Your First Love
The Battle is the Lord's
Who is This King of Glory?
What Matters Most
Totally Saved
The Transforming Word
Palabras griegas del Nuevo Testamento su uso y significado
Ayuda grammatical para la lectura del Nuevo Testamento griego
Diccionario bíblico arqueológico
Comentario exegético y explicativo de la Biblia AT. Tomo I
Comentario exegético y explicativo de la Biblia NT. Tomo II
Claves de interpretación bíblica
Sintaxis exegética del Nuevo Testamento griego
Devocionales para la familia
Héroes y mártires de la obra misionera
Basic Theology: A Popular Systematic Guide to Understanding Biblical Truth
Conciencia misionera I
Conciencia misionera II
Pasion por las almas
Latinos en el mundo islámico
Esperanza para los musulmanes
Rios en la soledad
Introducción a los ministerios juveniles
Lumbrera a nuestro camino
¿Iglesia o secta?
Bosquejo de historia de la iglesia
Bosquejo de la historia de Israel
La educación teológica en la iglesia local
Psicología y consejo pastoral: perspectivas Hispanas
Relaciones pastorales con el personal medico en el hospital
The JPS Torah Commentary Series: Deuteronomy
The JPS Bible Commentary: Ecclesiastes
The JPS Bible Commentary Series: Haftarot
The JPS Torah Commentary Series: Genesis
The JPS Torah Commentary Series: Exodus
The JPS Torah Commentary Series: Leviticus
The JPS Torah Commentary Series: Numbers
The JPS Bible Commentary Series: Esther
The JPS Bible Commentary Series: Jonah
La amargura, el pecado más contagioso
Getting To Know Jesus
Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael (English)
Mekhilta de-Rabbi Shimon bar Yohai (English)
The JPS Dictionary of Jewish Words
The JPS Guide to Jewish Traditions
Legends of the Jews
Entering the High Holy Days: A Guide to the Origins, Themes, and Prayers
Pesikta de-Rab Kahana
Mekhilta de-Rabbi Shimon bar Yohai (Hebrew)
Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael (Hebrew)
The Book of Exodus
The Book of Leviticus
The Book of Numbers
The Book of Deuteronomy
The Book of Joshua
The Books of Judges & Ruth
The Book of 1 Samuel
The Book of 2 Samuel
The Book of 1 Kings
The Book of 2 Kings
The Book of 1 Chronicles
The Book of 2 Chronicles
The Book of Ezra
The Book of Nehemiah
The Book of Esther
The Book of Job
The Book of Psalms (Volume One)
The Book of Psalms (Volume Two)
The Book of Psalms (Volume Three)
The Book of Psalms (Volume Four)
The Book of Psalms (Volume Five)
The Book of Proverbs (Volume One)
The Book of Proverbs (Volume Two)
The Book of Ecclesiastes
The Book of Isaiah
The Book of Jeremiah
The Book of Lamentations
The Book of Ezekiel
The Books of Hosea & Joel
The Books of Amos, Obadiah & Jonah
The Books of Micah & Nahum
The Books of Habakkuk & Zephaniah
The Books of Haggai & Zechariah
The Book of Malachi
The Gospel of Matthew
The Gospel of Mark
The Gospel of Luke
The Gospel of John
The Book of Acts
The Book of Romans
The Book of 1 Corinthians
The Book of 2 Corinthians
The Book of Galatians
The Book of Ephesians
The Book of Philippians
The Book of Colossians
The Book of First Thessalonians
The Book of Second Thessalonians
The Book of 1 Timothy
The Book of 2 Timothy
The Books of Titus & Philemon
The Book of Hebrews
The Book of James
The Book of 1 Peter
The Book of 2 Peter
The Books of I John, II John, III John and Jude
The Book of Revelation
Old Testament Survey
New Testament Survey
The Earthly Life of Christ (Volume One)
The Earthly Life of Christ (Volume Two)
The History of the Church
Four Controversial Doctrines
Some Things Every Christian Should Know
Some Things Christian Ministers Should Know
The History of Satan
The Church Age
The Things After the Church Age
The Seven Resurrections of the Bible
The Sermon on the Mount
The Seven Parables of the Kingdom
The Olivet Discourse
The Nine Judgments of the New Testament
The Perseverance of the Saints
The Ten Commandments
The Seventy Weeks of Daniel
The Millennium
The Two Great Feasts of Jesus
The Private Ministry of Christ
The Last Hours of Christ
The Great Theodicy of Paul
The Duties of a Christian
The Walk of a Christian
The Gifts of the Spirit
The Fruits of the Spirit
Introduction to the Whole Bible
Introduction to the Old Testament
Introduction to the New Testament
Introduction to Theology (Volume One)
Introduction to Theology (Volume Two)
Introduction to the Pauline Epistles
Introduction to the General Epistles
The Seven Steps to Final Salvation
Preparation-for-Salvation Doctrines
Reception-of-Salvation Doctrines
Continuation-in-Salvation Doctrines
Handbook of Classical Rhetoric in the Hellenistic Period, 330 B.C.–A.D. 400
Flavius Josephus: Life of Josephus
Flavius Josephus on the Pharisees: A Composition-Critical Study
Flavius Josephus: Translation and Commentary, Volume 3: Judean Antiquities Books 1–4
Flavius Josephus: Translation and Commentary, Volume 4: Judean Antiquities Books 5–7
Flavius Josephus: Translation and Commentary, Volume 5: Judean Antiquities Books 8–10
Walk Genesis!
Walk Exodus!
Walk Leviticus!
Walk Numbers!
Walk Deuteronomy!
Ancient Egyptian Pyramid Texts
Epics of Sumerian Kings: The Matter of Aratta (Translations)
Mesopotamian Chronicles (Translations)
Texts from the Pyramid Age
Ancient Aramaic and Hebrew Letters (Translations)
Prophets and Prophecy in the Ancient Near East (Translations)
Hittite Prayers
Ritual and Cult at Ugarit
Ugaritic Narrative Poetry (Translations)
Hymns, Prayers and Songs: An Anthology of Ancient Egyptian Lyric Poetry
Hittite Diplomatic Texts
Law Collections from Mesopotamia and Asia Minor (Translations)
Texts from the Amarna Period in Egypt
Letters from Early Mesopotamia
Hittite Myths
Letters from Ancient Egypt
Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael: Cross-References
Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael: Critical Apparatus
Ugaritic Narrative Poetry (Texts)
Law Collections from Mesopotamia and Asia Minor (Texts)
Ancient Aramaic and Hebrew Letters (Text)
Epics of Sumerian Kings: The Matter of Aratta (Texts)
Mesopotamian Chronicles (Texts)
Prophets and Prophecy in the Ancient Near East (Texts)
Toward the Twenty-First Century in Christian Mission: Essays in Honor of Gerald H. Anderson
Spiritual Leadership: Principles of Excellence for Every Believer
Spiritual Discipleship: Principles of Following Christ for Every Believer
Review of Biblical Literature: 1998
Review of Biblical Literature: 1999
Review of Biblical Literature: 2000
Review of Biblical Literature: 2001
Review of Biblical Literature: 2002
Review of Biblical Literature: 2003
Review of Biblical Literature: 2004
Review of Biblical Literature: 2005
Review of Biblical Literature: 2006
New Testament Background Commentary: A New Dictionary of Words, Phrases and Situations in Bible Order
Systematic Theology: Biblical and Historical
Vital Apologetic Issues: Examining Reason and Revelation in Biblical Perspective
Vital Biblical Issues: Examining Problem Passages of the Bible
Vital Christian Living Issues: Examining Crucial Concerns in the Spiritual Life
Vital Christology Issues: Examining Contemporary and Classic Concerns
Vital Church Issues: Examining Principles and Practices in Church Leadership
Vital Contemporary Issues: Examining Current Questions & Controversies
Vital Missions Issues: Examining Challenges and Changes in World Evangelism
Vital New Testament Issues: Examining New Testament Passages and Problems
Vital Old Testament Issues: Examining Textual and Topical Questions
Vital Prophetic Issues: Examining Promises and Problems in Eschatology
Vital Ministry Issues: Examining Concerns and Conflicts in Ministry
Vital Theological Issues: Examining Enduring Issues of Theology
The Comical Doctrine: The Epistemology of New Testament Hermeneutics
Spirit and Kingdom in the Writings of Luke and Paul
The Genre, Composition and Hermeneutics of the Epistle of James
God, Order, and Chaos: René Girard and the Apocalypse
Jesus, Revolutionary of Peace: A Nonviolent Christology in the Book of Revelation
The Significance of Salvation: A Study of Salvation Language in the Pastoral Epistles
Zion Symbolism in Hebrews: Hebrews 12:18–24 as a Hermeneutical Key to the Epistle
God’s Plan for Israel: A Study of Romans 9–11
God in Everyday Life: The Book of Ruth for Expositors and Biblical Counselors
Notes for the Study & Exposition of 1st John
Christian Living Beyond Belief: Biblical Principles for the Life of Faith
Commentaries for Biblical Expositors: An Annotated Bibliography of Selected Works
Meeting God Behind Enemy Lines
Judaism of the Second Temple Period
Jesus
Judaism and the Origins of Christianity
Christianity and Judaism: Two Covenants
Nazarene Jewish Christianity
Jews, Pagans and Christians in Conflict
Jews, Judaism and the Classical World
Snatched Before the Storm! A Case for Pretribulationism
The Biblical Pattern for Divine Healing

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J.R. Miller | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 12 2010 1:26 PM

Ryan Burns:
The following titles are now iPhone app compatible and, if you have a Logos 4 base package and own a title listed below, it should now be accessible on your iPhone or iPod Touch :
Wow.  I am continually impressed with the work you are doing to get publihsers in line with this project.  I do have one question. I noticed twice now the stipulation "if you have a Logos Base Package". Does this man if  user owns one of these books, but purchased without a base package, they cannot access them on the iPhone?

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Ryan Burns | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 12 2010 1:43 PM

Joe Miller:

Does this mean if a user owns one of these books, but purchased without a base package, they cannot access them on the iPhone?

That is correct.

To access any title in the iPhone app (outside the free titles that come with the app and a logos.com account) requires that you first be a Logos 4 user. If the app looks into your account and see that you are a Logos 4 user, it then reads your license files and give you access to all the title that 1) you own and 2) are compatible with the iPhone.

To be compatible with the iPhone means that we have licensing from the publisher to display the title in the app and that we have added the necessary functionality to the title to make it run within the app.

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Jeremy | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 12 2010 1:45 PM

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Kevin A. Purcell | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 12 2010 4:28 PM

Ryan Burns:

Joe Miller:

Does this mean if a user owns one of these books, but purchased without a base package, they cannot access them on the iPhone?

That is correct.

To access any title in the iPhone app (outside the free titles that come with the app and a logos.com account) requires that you first be a Logos 4 user. If the app looks into your account and see that you are a Logos 4 user, it then reads your license files and give you access to all the title that 1) you own and 2) are compatible with the iPhone.

To be compatible with the iPhone means that we have licensing from the publisher to display the title in the app and that we have added the necessary functionality to the title to make it run within the app.

Are you sure you meant to say "that is correct" to this question? It sounds like what the person is asking if this:

Let's say I downloaded Logos 4 and only bought the MacArthur NT Commentaries and nothing else. Then if what he is asking is true, one could not access that because they did not first buy a base package. But if you bought a base package, like the Bible Study Library, and added MacArthur then you would be able to use them. If that is the question, then I think it is wrong. Please un-confuse me? If that is possible.

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J.R. Miller | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 12 2010 9:14 PM

Thank you for rephrasing that Kevin. That is indeed the question I am asking.

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Dale Eads | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 13 2010 3:28 AM

I think I recall reading in one of these posts that you at least have to have the minimal crossgrade for that feature to work, but I may be wrong.

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Ryan Burns | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 13 2010 10:36 AM

Kevin A. Purcell:

Are you sure you meant to say "that is correct" to this question?

Yes. It is correct that a person has to be a Logos 4 customer to access any titles outside of the Bibles and other free resources for logos.com account holders. So, in your example the person downloaded the free engine and then bought a book. This person would not have access to the title on the iPhone. iPhone compatibility is not built into the engine by itself. iPhone compatibility is an add-on feature for those who have purchased Logos 4. You'll notice in the comparison chart that "iPhone Access Enablement" is listed as a feature of the Logos 4 base packages.

Does that clear things up?

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J.R. Miller | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 13 2010 10:55 AM

Hi Ryan, yes that does clear things up for me. Ownership of a Base Package entitles users to access their licensed books. I understand the business model now as well. Thanks :-)

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