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  • Re: EEC

    Here's a larger question worth discussing... By launching the EEC project, Logos is essentially going into competition against the very companies who produce the commentaries that Logos depends upon in order to create its digital projects. Is this a problem, or is the market big enough? Comparatively, the EEC looks to be in the Pillar to NICOT/NT range
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Sat, Mar 26 2011
  • Re: What did you pick up from March Madness Round 1?

    Nothing in this round. Gotta save my pennies for later buys.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Sun, Mar 20 2011
  • March Madness Round 2 Now Open

    Round 2 of March Madness is now open for voting . Coupons for Round 1 losers is now available.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Sun, Mar 20 2011
  • Re: A new type of pre-pub - it isn't in print yet!

    [quote user="Michael Aubrey"] [quote user="Matthew C Jones"]btw: I am not sure Logos made all the author choices for the EEC anyway. It really doesn't matter -- unless we are afraid we will be swayed off our dogma with a good scholarly argument presented by someone we disagree with.[/quote] Yes. In fact, I am sure that Logos did not make all the author
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Sat, Mar 19 2011
  • Re: [OT] Some thoughts on NIV 2011

    Whether Jesus made this statement or whether its John's commentary has been a source of scholarly debate for some time. Contributing to the debate is the fact that Greek has no quotation marks, and the context doesn't make clear who exactly is speaking--Jesus or the narrator. You've brought to light an interesting change of mind by the NIV 2011 committee
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Thu, Mar 17 2011
  • Re: EEC - why I hesitate

    I hesitate not because of the author line-up. It looks outstanding. I hesitate because the price is steep and I'm asked to buy something sight unseen. I'm sure it'll be a good value because it's a Logos product, but still, I can't justify a purchase without seeing it first. Paying a four number figure $ for the NICNT/OT set was tough enough! Which means
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Thu, Mar 17 2011
  • Re: Any News of March Madness?

    Here's the link http://www.logosmarchmadness.com/brackets/ Not an overly exciting list of books in my NSHO, but I have my eye of a couple.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Fri, Mar 11 2011
  • Re: Baker Academic Pre-Pubs: Check them out!

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"]In another thread I mentioned the fact that Baker Academic titles have static pricing regardless of their production status. I want everyone to be aware of their value. [/quote]...[quote user="Matthew C Jones"] Introducing the New Testament: A Historical, Literary, and Theological Survey by Powell, Mark Allan [/quote] I
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Thu, Mar 3 2011
  • Re: New Video Series coming

    Something everyone should keep in mind is this: There are a growing number of seminaries and Bible departments at colleges that are requiring the purchase of Logos. Grace School of Theology in Houston, TX is one example. When students enter their program, they must purchase Logos, getting it at a discounted price. It looks to me like this video series
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ted Weis on Fri, Feb 25 2011
  • Re: Morris Jastrow -- CP nearly at $9.00

    I got a Logos email saying my bid was accepted. The price was set at $12.00 It's now officially a pre-pub at $69.95. Wasn't the deadline Friday night at midnight?
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Fri, Feb 25 2011
  • Re: Don't miss these pubs!!

    I'm in! I had a chance to hear Peter Flint in Kansas City last year. His enthusiasm for God's Word and the Dead Sea Scrolls is infectious!
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Thu, Feb 24 2011
  • Re: Morris Jastrow Near Eastern Almost at 100%

    [quote user="Slava Novik"] Same with Biblical commentary http://www.logos.com/product/8556/biblical-commentary-on-the-new-testament Does anyone know how useful Biblical commentary are??? [/quote] I'm curious too. Does anyone have any first hand knowledge about this resource?
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Fri, Feb 18 2011
  • Re: Most Recent Zondervan Pre-Pub

    One small thing I've noticed: The picture icon for Hill and Walton's A Survey of the Old Testament is from the 1991 first edition, but the text is the 2009 third edition. Hopefully, this won't confuse anyone or lead someone to think their digitized text is a now obsolete version.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Wed, Feb 16 2011
  • Re: Most Recent Zondervan Pre-Pub

    [quote user="Simon Pleasants"] Yes, I noticed this and raised it in an earlier post . I also assumed that the Pre-Pub sets would be offered at a discount and like you I would have waited if I'd known that there was no discount to be had. I took the blog post (see Point 1 - The Price) regarding the Zondervan collections at face value and assumed that
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Mon, Feb 14 2011
  • Most Recent Zondervan Pre-Pub

    Regarding Zondervan's most recent releases, has anyone else noticed that these collections sell today for the same price as when they were offered earlier in pre-pub? Old and New Testament Introductions Biblical Theology Collection Bundle 2 Collection I was under the assumption that there was a discount available in pre-pub that wouldn't be available
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Sun, Feb 13 2011
  • Re: Bizarre question

    What a morbid conversation this has been! To me, what would happen to the physical library of a deceased person is the same thing that should happen with their electronic library. It should be freely transfer to another.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Sun, Feb 13 2011
  • Re: ESV Study Bible Maps

    Very cool! Thanks for a great contribution!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ted Weis on Sat, Feb 12 2011
  • Re: Is there a Bible with no verses, chapters or headings?

    A book that's particularly challenging when it comes to paragraph divisions is the letter of James. I'm preaching through that book right now and have found its free flowing style makes it difficult to discern where a main thought ends and another begins. The other interesting thing I'm noticing among the comments is that many of you still do your Bible
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Wed, Feb 9 2011
  • Re: Ark of Covenant Info Graphic wrong pole orientation

    When you compare the Temple Institute illustration with the Logos illustration, I would venture to say that it would be more difficult to transport the Logos version because all the weight is above the poles, while the Temple Institute version has more the weight below the poles.
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Mon, Feb 7 2011
  • Re: aorist particple

    Here's what Wallace says: 1] Aorist Participle The aorist participle is normally, though by no means always, antecedent in time to the action of the main verb. But when the aorist participle is related to an aorist main verb, the participle will often be contemporaneous (or simultaneous) to the action of the main verb. This can be seen in the frequently
    Posted to General by Ted Weis on Mon, Jan 31 2011
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