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  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    In another thread I was lead to this resource: On Pascha: With the Fragments of Melito and Other Material Related to the Quartodecimans: Translation by Melito of Sardis Near the end was found the following Apollinarius, the most holy bishop of Hierapolis in Asia, who was roughly contemporary with the apostles, taught similarly in his treatise on the
    Posted to General by David Ames on Yesterday
  • Re: Does Easter really fall on the true date of Easter this year?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Milkman"] Would you recommend this to a newbie when it comes to Melito's "On Pascha"? On Pascha: With the Fragments of Melito and Other Material Related to the Quartodecimans [/quote] The sermon itself, yes, very much so. [/quote] I have finished it and found it interesting. But, as anyone that reads the Bible in
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Ames on Yesterday
  • Re: Does Easter really fall on the true date of Easter this year?

    [quote user="Denise"] Are you using the 365 or the 360? And the correct astro-nomical week of passover? [/quote] Both [I think – assumed that the Google date for the nominal Christian Easter used the 356.25 year and the date for the Jewish Passover used the Jewish 360 year as corrected in ancient times by the barley harvest] [quote user="Denise
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Ames on Tue, Apr 16 2019
  • Does Easter really fall on the true date of Easter this year?

    Does Easter really fall on the true date of Easter this year? Found that Easter 2019 is on Sunday April 21 Also found that Passover 2019 will begin in the evening of Friday April 19 So if [[if added to keep some purest happy]] the Crucifixion was on Friday the day before the Passover began then this year Passover begins on Saturday just as it did the
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Ames on Tue, Apr 16 2019
  • Re: Any Questions?

    Thanks for the link
    Posted to General by David Ames on Fri, Apr 12 2019
  • Re: Hebrew Bible Word Study issue

    [quote user="Ben"] You mean, a simple way for a non-Hebrew reader to find out what the stem is in a particular usage? Yes. See above. You mean, a simple way in Logos currently for a non-Hebrew reader to learn about different stems and what they (potentially) mean? Depends what Hebrew resources you have, I suppose. As is, it promotes fallacious understandings
    Posted to Suggestions by David Ames on Thu, Apr 11 2019
  • Re: Hebrew Bible Word Study issue

    [quote user="Ben"] I'm talking about stems/binyanim. That is, a given root can have very different meanings depending on the stem it's put into, even contrasting or contradictory ones. Since the BWS does not break out translation based on stem, it implies that the same "word" can mean all the different things presented, and that's not accurate. For
    Posted to Suggestions by David Ames on Wed, Apr 10 2019
  • Re: "Emergency": Import Olive Tree Notes into Logos 8

    Using copy and paste will take some time. BUT it will remind you of all of your prior studies and will get you using some of the Logos tools.
    Posted to Logos Notes by David Ames on Mon, Apr 8 2019
  • Re: Liturgical view?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Mind you, this is strictly my personal take on the situation. [/quote] Thanks for the clarification of the issue and the list of books. [[Have several]] Your comments are eye opening and seem to be right on the mark. [[And your comments might be needed for other denominational groups that are going nowhere fast]] Too much hate
    Posted to Orthodox Products by David Ames on Thu, Apr 4 2019
  • Re: Liturgical view?

    [quote user="Christopher Grant"] Hello all. I know that Logos is missing a lot of the liturgical books that we need as Orthodox, but I'm wondering if I am the only person that would really like to see the Orthodox packages support the Liturgical view in Verbum? [/quote] My Question, some time back, was why is Orthodox on the Logos side of things instead
    Posted to Orthodox Products by David Ames on Wed, Apr 3 2019
  • Re: EEC Update

    [quote user="Jim Lowther"] Most of the OT volumes will come out ten years after you die. Most of the NT volumes will come out 20 years after you die. [/quote] Just as long as they come out before Jesus returns so we, in the next life, can check if they got it right
    Posted to Lexham Press by David Ames on Wed, Apr 3 2019
  • Re: Who will we know in heaven

    [quote user="Rich DeRuiter"] When Saul consulted the witch of Endor ( 1Sam.28 ), the unexpected result was the actual Samuel who appeared. [/quote] Or was it a demon pretending to be Samuel? In life Samuel did not speak to Saul for some time so why would God allow Saul to call him back from the grave or from out of heaven?
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Ames on Wed, Apr 3 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="Denise"] The KJV 'gone from me' is a Prussian loan word in the aramaic centering around decree or officially announce. Interestingly, the English followed 'gone from me' until the early 1900s. [/quote] So ‘gone from me’ is a fair literal translation. That, except for scholars like all of us, gets misunderstood not as a royal
    Posted to General by David Ames on Mon, Apr 1 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    I may be arguing against myself (Or showing that, with proof, I will examine accepting your arguments) but in Daniel 2:5 that says in the KJV “The king answered and said to the Chaldeans, The thing is gone from me: if ye will not make known unto me the dream, with the interpretation thereof, ye shall be cut in pieces, and your houses shall be
    Posted to General by David Ames on Sun, Mar 31 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="David Paul"] My question, before replying to yours, is... [quote user="David Ames"] [quote user="David Paul"] EDIT: i just want to make (remake?) a point. The response (You have...) doesn't necessarily have the same contextual meaning we tend to assign today in English. Saying "you have" does not (especially given the historical context
    Posted to General by David Ames on Sat, Mar 30 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="David Paul"] If they intended from the outset to use temple guards, they wouldn't have approached Pilate. Also, since Pilate would have no reason to suspect a dead man would ever rise to life again, there would be no reason for the Romans to give Yeishuua`'s body or his grave a second thought, so the Jews probably could have posted a guard
    Posted to General by David Ames on Sat, Mar 30 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="David Paul"] EDIT: i just want to make (remake?) a point. The response (You have...) doesn't necessarily have the same contextual meaning we tend to assign today in English. Saying "you have" does not (especially given the historical context) mean the same thing as "you ALREADY have". When a request of a sovereign-type individual was made
    Posted to General by David Ames on Fri, Mar 29 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="Denise"] David, you may want to consult David, regarding the guards. How time passes in Logosland. https://community.logos.com/forums/t/49224.aspx [/quote] I did. I reviewed all 236 pages of notes that he made on his study on the temple guards. A search of his library returned 1606 hits in 789 resources and yes, he did look at every one
    Posted to General by David Ames on Fri, Mar 29 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="David Paul"] [ I have heard some people say that Pilate's words, "You have a watch..." means he was throwing responsibility for guarding the tomb back on the Jewish leaders (i.e. "You have your own people who can take care of that"), but that is not what his words mean. [/quote] 1. koustodia (κουστωδία
    Posted to General by David Ames on Thu, Mar 28 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="David Paul"] I have heard some people say that Pilate's words, "You have a watch..." means he was throwing responsibility for guarding the tomb back on the Jewish leaders (i.e. "You have your own people who can take care of that"), but that is not what his words mean. [/quote] My research makes me one of those that believes that they were
    Posted to General by David Ames on Thu, Mar 28 2019
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