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  • Re: What is your favorite Commentary?

    I agree with Dan – The New Interpreter's Bible is my favorite commentary set by far. I appreciate and utilize specific volumes from a wide variety of series, but if I had to recommend one, single set , the NIB wins for me, hands down.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Adam Rao on Wed, Feb 26 2014
  • Re: What do You think of NT commentary compromises such as Anchor?

    The OT volumes are, by and large, outstanding. Some are a bit on the old side, but others (Propp on Exodus, for example) are very recent as well.
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Tue, Feb 25 2014
  • Re: Scripture Context

    This is one of the things that was most confusing to me when I switched from Accordance to Logos!
    Posted to Logos 5 by Adam Rao on Tue, Feb 25 2014
  • Re: What do You think of NT commentary compromises such as Anchor?

    I think the AYB NT volumes are all worthwhile (with the exception of Ford's commentary on Revelation; Koester's replacement volume, however, is sure to be outstanding).
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Mon, Feb 24 2014
  • Re: New Interpreter's Bible

    The news about the NIDB is good news, indeed! That said, I've seen items that are "under contract" languish there for a very, very long time. (NA28 w/ Apparatus, anyone?) Here's hoping Logos doesn't take nearly as long with this!
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sun, Feb 23 2014
  • Re: Brackets in UBS4 and NA27

    Kevin, If you don't have it already, I highly recommend Metzger's Text Commentary on the Greek NT. It's extremely helpful in situations like these!
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Tue, Jan 28 2014
  • Re: New Interpreter's Bible

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] [quote user="Adam Rao"]Don't misunderstand – I said that I've given up on getting the NIB/NIDB digitally . I already have the hardcover books sitting on my shelf! :)[/quote] Strange things happen... It won't surprise me if they pop up in Logos, because when all is said and done there are so many things going on of which we
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sun, Jan 26 2014
  • Re: We need the New Cambridge Bible Commentary

    Just bumping this up – It would be great to see the NCBC in Logos.
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Rao on Fri, Jan 24 2014
  • Re: Zondervan Biblical language

    [quote user="Robert Peters"] Does anyone have an idea when logos might breakup their massive and expensive biblical languages set. [/quote] Probably about the same time the New Interpreter's resources arrive.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Adam Rao on Fri, Jan 24 2014
  • Re: New Interpreter's Bible

    Dan, Don't misunderstand – I said that I've given up on getting the NIB/NIDB digitally . I already have the hardcover books sitting on my shelf! :) I will admit, however, that I barely use the NIDB anymore b/c it's just so much easier to do basic Bible dictionary work in Logos via ABD. That makes me sad b/c I love NIDB for its nice balance between biblical
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Tue, Jan 21 2014
  • Re: New Interpreter's Bible

    I think the fact that the New Interpreter's resources (and other Abingdon resources, more generally) are not yet in Logos is one of the saddest things I've encountered since switching to an all-digital reference library. Accordance may get these resources soon (as it appears they will), and they're adding the Anchor Yale Bible series, yet Logos is still
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Tue, Jan 21 2014
  • Re: New Testament Text and Translation Commentary

    As far as I can tell, it's not in the pipeline since it hasn't even been put on pre-pub. It's quite strange – it's a pretty significant resource that Accordance has, but Logos doesn't. I can't make sense of that.
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Rao on Tue, Dec 3 2013
  • Re: Why is Zondervan sending me advertisements for the "other guy"?

    Regardless of the prices other companies offer on products, here's what I can't understand – How is it that OliveTree has the New Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible and Logos doesn't? Same goes for the New English Translation of the Septuagint. Logos is supposed to be the major player in Bible software, so... Why aren't these resources available
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Mon, Dec 2 2013
  • Re: Does everyone have issues with L5 for Mac or just a select few

    It's slow, even on brand-new PCIe flash storage, but I rarely experience any major problems with Logos on my iMac.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Adam Rao on Sun, Nov 24 2013
  • Re: Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, 2nd Ed.

    It's been almost a month now since my last post about this. Any chance we'll see DJG, 2nd ed. anytime soon for Logos?
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Rao on Thu, Nov 21 2013
  • Re: NICOT/NICNT Now Available for Individual Download

    This is GREAT news!
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sat, Nov 16 2013
  • Re: Eerdmans Pre-Pubs: Your Thoughts?

    Re: Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible – I, too, wasn't thrilled to see it as part of a bundle only at this point. I agree with others - it'll eventually get split, which will be great. That said, the bundle that it's a part of ain't bad. That C.L. Seow commentary on Job 1-21 is outstanding. Lundbom on Deuteronomy, too. And Brueggemann's commentary on
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sat, Nov 16 2013
  • Re: Nestle-Aland 28

    [quote user="Richard Wilson"] The book you want is A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament by Metzger, who was on the committee that produced the NA. He even says when the members of the committee voted for different readings, and their reasons for doing so. The book talks about the 26/27th edition, not the 28th, but most of the information
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Thu, Nov 7 2013
  • Re: Thanksgiving or Black Friday Sales

    Personally, I'm not thrilled about the idea of using "most popular wish list" items to determine sales because my guess is that the items on my wish list (as a progressive Christian) aren't going to be anywhere close to as popular with Logos' main crowd (conservative, evangelical Christians). Maybe I'll be pleasantly surprised, but I'm not getting my
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Tue, Nov 5 2013
  • Re: Study Bibles

    New Oxford Annotated Bible CEB Study Bible Fortunately, the Jewish Study Bible from Oxford has been released. Glad to see it in Logos.
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Rao on Tue, Nov 5 2013
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