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  • Re: New English Translation of the Septuagint (NETS)

    Any updates on NETS?
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Rao on Thu, Mar 14 2013
  • Re: JPS Bible commentary

    The JPS Tanakh commentary series is a critical/technical commentary. Many of the authors have written for other critical/technical commentary series (e.g. Jacob Milgrom wrote Numbers for JPS and wrote Leviticus for Anchor Yale Bible; Baruch Levine wrote Leviticus for JPS and wrote Numbers for Anchor Yale Bible), so it probably qualifies as "liberal
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sun, Mar 3 2013
  • Re: Grammar & Syntax: Active, Accusative, Aorist -- Oh My! Desiderative, Dative, Emphatic -- Oh Help!

    William Mounce's Greek for the Rest of Us would probably be helpful.
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sat, Mar 2 2013
  • Re: New Interpreter's Bible (12 Vols.) - Pre-Publication Examples

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] It does amaze me that Interpretation is in Logos and not the NIB. Many of the same authors and Interpretation is no less liberal, indeed I would say there are more evangelical scholars in NIB than it. Although personally to me using both sets regularly I will say for the most part NIB is far more in-depth and more helpful
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • Re: Best critical apparatus for the Greek NT?

    I noticed that several people have mentioned that they have Comfort already. I was speaking about his New Testament Text and Translation Commentary , which is not yet available for Logos. That's the resource that's most useful for text criticism.
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Fri, Feb 22 2013
  • Re: Westminster Bible Companion Series PrePub

    Add my promotion, too! Would love to have this in Logos sooner rather than later!
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Thu, Feb 21 2013
  • Re: New Interpreter's Bible (12 Vols.) - Pre-Publication Examples

    Any chance we're actually going to see the NIB finished for Logos? For that matter, the NIDB, too?
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Thu, Feb 21 2013
  • Re: Best critical apparatus for the Greek NT?

    UBS4 w/ apparatus + Metzger is a very good starting place for getting into NT text criticism. Having NA27 w/ apparatus is nice, but without Comfort's Text Commentary – how is this still not available for Logos!? – it can be really difficult to wade into. Ideally, we'd have UBS4, NA27, Metzger, and Comfort – an ideal "starter's" library of NT text critical
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Tue, Feb 19 2013
  • Re: Thank you, thank you, thank you

    Bumping this up, because I notice that the Women's Bible Commentary Second Edition is on pre-pub, but the newly released Third Edition is nowhere to be found. Any chance the Third Edition will be developed?
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Mon, Feb 18 2013
  • Re: Good exegetical commentary on Psalms?

    P A, The Goldingay mention is a good one. Probably the "best" technical commentary currently available on the Psalms that is complete. I say that because, personally, I think Hossfeld & Zenger (Hermeneia) will be the top technical commentary on the Psalms as soon as it is complete. (Currently, Psalms 51-100 are covered if you buy the Continental/Hermeneia
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Sun, Feb 17 2013
  • Re: Resources for researching Greek and Hebrew

    [quote user="George Somsel"] I would not recommend Wallace as being your best choice. Wallace has a tendency to give clues for how to understand the use of certain words by appealing to how you would translate it. If you are going to rely on how you would translate a passage, you have alread made a decision regarding the form. [/quote] George, what
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Rao on Fri, Feb 15 2013
  • Re: Resources for researching Greek and Hebrew

    Paul, I don't know if Logos will apply the price of the Logos 4 Minimal Crossgrade and/or the Logos 5 Minimal Crossgrade to a package price later on, but know that you're not alone – I'm going to be in the same boat as soon as they let me return Logos 5 Bronze and replace it with the 4 Crossgrade + 5 Crossgrade.
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Rao on Fri, Feb 15 2013
  • Re: Base Package vs. Minimal Crossgrades

    In the short run, it's a savings of $250. In the long run (since I'll need to eventually add LEH, and BDB once I learn Hebrew) it'll still be a savings of over $100. Is that "significantly less cost"? Maybe not, but $100 is significant enough for me! :)
    Posted to Logos 5 by Adam Rao on Fri, Feb 15 2013
  • Re: Resources for researching Greek and Hebrew

    Paul, As was mentioned above, the Interlinear feature already does what you're asking. For example, in the attached image, I can easily see what the Greek word underlying "is" in Galatians 5:23 is, as well as its parsing - Verb, 3rd Singular, Present Active Indicative. It seems to me that what you're looking for is a tool/resource that will help you
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Rao on Fri, Feb 15 2013
  • Re: Base Package vs. Minimal Crossgrades

    Mike and Dave, thanks for the replies. Mike: I already have a number of resources – the ones I really need – that I purchased separately because they weren't included in Bronze anyway (the CEB Bible, SESB, BDAG, etc.). That's why I'm considering the Minimal Crossgrades; the resources included in Bronze (with the exception of a few English Bibles, LEH
    Posted to Logos 5 by Adam Rao on Wed, Feb 13 2013
  • Base Package vs. Minimal Crossgrades

    I need some help understanding something. I purchased Logos 5 Bronze and am perfectly happy with it with the exception that it includes a ton of resources I will never use. I was pondering "downgrading" to the Logos 4 Minimal Crossgrade + Logos 5 Minimal Crossgrade instead of the base package, but was strongly discouraged from doing so by the sales
    Posted to Logos 5 by Adam Rao on Wed, Feb 13 2013
  • Re: Old Testament Library

    Yep. We need this.
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Rao on Tue, Feb 5 2013
  • Re: Hermeneia Upgrade (Luke)

    I don't mind having the Apocryphal volumes - that wasn't why I made the suggestion I did. Indeed, I gladly purchased Continental / Hermeneia with all the various commentaries therein that cover texts other than the Protestant canon. My point was that I just think there's a far better chance of me using the canonical volumes in my work, so, frankly,
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Wed, Jan 30 2013
  • Re: Hermeneia Upgrade (Luke)

    It'd be great to see the second volume of Hossfeld & Zenger, Psalms 101-150 bundled with Klein's 2 Chronicles and the two remaining volumes of Bovon on Luke. I want, and will, buy all four, probably regardless of how they're packaged, but pulling these four together would make a lot of sense.
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Wed, Jan 30 2013
  • Re: NICNT separate volumes?

    Separate volumes would be nice!
    Posted to General by Adam Rao on Tue, Jan 29 2013
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