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  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary?

    Why isn't there a video demonstration of how this resource works?
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Sat, Feb 8 2020
  • Re: Standard Bible Atlas

    I randomly picked a few pictures to copy and paste into PowerPoint. I found that all the images are crisp and clear. Sometimes in Windows, for reasons I can't explain, I find that the Paste Option can make a difference. Have you experimented with all your available Paste options? [quote user="James Deason"] I am having trouble with the images coming
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Thu, Feb 6 2020
  • Re: Carta!

    I echo that thought. May this strand remain active until Carta comes![quote user="Bruce Dunning"] [quote user="Ted Weis"] I found there are several Carta maps inside The Rose Then and Now Bible Map Atlas by Paul H. Wright. It's an excellent book! [/quote] Yes, I have this resource too. But I still really hope that we can get all the Carta resources
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Thu, Feb 6 2020
  • Re: Carta!

    I found there are several Carta maps inside The Rose Then and Now Bible Map Atlas by Paul H. Wright. It's an excellent book!
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Thu, Feb 6 2020
  • Re: NIC sale

    Is the volume on 2 Samuel higher than $19.99?
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Tue, Feb 4 2020
  • Re: Interesting site for the Sunday School teacher

    Thinking about local church resources... someone on the forums, a regular I believe, writes small group curriculum for their church, available for others to access on the web. Anyone know who that might be? I meant to bookmark it, but didn't...
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Thu, Jan 23 2020
  • Re: Jewish Afterlife and Resurrection Beliefs - Prepub Shipping Soon

    While I'm not necessarily interested in the sub-topic of afterlife and rez, I am interested in a general work on Apocrypha and Pseudopigrapha. Will these book aid such a study? Opinions anyone?
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Sat, Dec 28 2019
  • Re: Source for description of books - canonical, pseudepigraphical, apocryphal, and related early writings

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Look at the... [/quote] Thanks MJ! You confirm what I suspected. This study is a lot more complicated than I first thought.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Fri, Dec 27 2019
  • Re: Source for description of books - canonical, pseudepigraphical, apocryphal, and related early writings

    This is a topic of interest to me, because this spring I'm teaching a seminar entitled, "Books Not in the Bible." In my initial research and gathering of materials, I'm finding that one of the first challenges is how one defines terms (as discussed above) and then second, how one then categorizes books. If anyone is aware of books or resources that
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Thu, Dec 26 2019
  • Re: Logos 9 Wishlist

    1. Speed. The constant message (Not Responding) is frustrating. 2. Make graphics editable to suit specific teaching purpose. Overall, I like Logos, use it daily, and very grateful for it!
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Wed, Dec 18 2019
  • Re: Found Clickable Images!!!

    I can give another example, since I experienced it recently. I was teaching on Jonah and wanted to show the direction of his disobedient travel. The "Jonah's Travel" map was excellent. It showed a directional map of all the movement in Jonah. It showed the location of both Nineveh and Tarshish. But again, it had too much information on one slide. The
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Wed, Dec 11 2019
  • Re: Found Clickable Images!!!

    What I really wish is that such images were fully capable of being edited. There are many Faithlife slides that I'd love to use in my teaching, but there full of too much information and cannot be removed, so I can point students to a specific aspect. So for example, make it possible for every stop on Paul's missionary journeys to be edited.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Tue, Dec 10 2019
  • Re: OT: Larry Hurtado has passed into glory

    Here's a wonderful tribute from Carey Newman
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Wed, Dec 4 2019
  • Jonah's Travels Media Slide

    I'm teaching on the book of Jonah and I really, really like the media slide, "Jonah's Travels," but it's also very frustrating! It has too much information on the one slide. The material needs to be broken up, in order to address the specific teaching need. In my case, I don't want information on Jonah's hometown, but the location of Joppa, Tarshish
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Mon, Dec 2 2019
  • Re: OT: Larry Hurtado has passed into glory

    [quote user="Oldnewbie"] I also had the chance to hear him speak once and had a brief conversation with him. He was a very kind, patient person. [/quote] My exact own experience
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Wed, Nov 27 2019
  • Re: Acts: Volume 2B (Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary)

    I have the original vol. 2, which has both John and Acts. Is 2a (John) and 2b (Acts) a revision of each, or just split apart?
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Tue, Nov 26 2019
  • Re: Geographic commentary visual annoyance in the text

    I too find all the flags, figures, etc. annoying. I wish Logos would make the default should be off, not on.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Fri, Nov 22 2019
  • Re: Who is Tony Evans? Educate me.

    Well respected, black evangelical who preaches dynamically in the black tradition, with a firm commitment to expositing the Scriptures. Terrific illustrator. First ThD graduate of Dallas Seminary. His church, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, is located in Dallas, in Oak Cliff neighborhood. Currently, his wife Lois is in a tough battle with cancer.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Fri, Nov 1 2019
  • Zondervan Videos

    On pre-pub right now are several videos that supplement Zondervan books. While its nice that these videos will be integrated into the Logos platform, I must say the prices, even for pre-pub, are quite expensive. To the buyer, I would suggest: Beware or Be Aware.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Sat, Oct 19 2019
  • Re: Anchor Bible Dictionary

    I agree with the comments above--recognizing its point-of-view, ABD is an excellent dictionary. I would add though that if you own the Lexham Bible Dictionary, you already have a comparable resource. ABD was published in 1992. LBD was first published in 2011, then last revised and expanded in 2016. ABD has 6,200 entries, while LBD has more than 7,000
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Sat, Oct 19 2019
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