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  • South Asia Bible Commentary - Sequal to the African

    Actually Zondervan planned three ... African, South Asian, and Latin America. Logos has the first one. It's on Kindle, and pretty much most of the Christian book sites. Except Logos of course. And affordable; https://www.amazon.com/South-Asia-Bible-Commentary-One-ebook/dp/B00UF7W66E And there's bunches of reviews as well. Here's a sample. http://themelios
    Posted to Suggestions by Denise on Yesterday
  • Re: Logos 8

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Denise"]When an MVP suddenly shows up, with inane bug reports (from I Chronicles no less), the end is indeed near. [/quote] While in general I agree with Denise's signs, ... [/quote] So's to be clear, I very much appreciate MJ tracking down the tagging and the resource she's using (women of the (big) Bible. It's
    Posted to Logos 7 by Denise on Fri, Jun 22 2018
  • Re: Logos 8

    [quote user="Bootjack"] I don't read all the posts of course, so forgive me if this has been asked and answered recently. My query is, when is Logos 8 to make its entrance onto the world stage? [/quote] Like the early church, confusion occurs often when 'the end' (of v7) is predicted, but two possible end-dating schemes exist. In the the NT, you had
    Posted to Logos 7 by Denise on Fri, Jun 22 2018
  • Re: Bug: Latest ios update

    Just trying out unlikely solutions, I killed the dictionary, and went with a netherworls monograph. Progress! I selected Num 10:10 and got Num 9:1. Close!
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Denise on Fri, Jun 22 2018
  • Re: Carta!

    [quote user="PetahChristian"] [quote user="DAL"]No timeline yet, so still stagnant.[/quote] Stagnant? Let’s not assume that no progress has been made, simply because they are keeping quiet about it. For all we know, they could have made a lot of progress with licensing. [/quote] Ok, Petah. I’ll go ahead and report for FL, so they won’t
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Jun 22 2018
  • Re: Bug: Latest ios update

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] Thanks Denise That clarifies it - but I can't reproduce the problem. What version of the app do you have? Graham [/quote] 6.5.1 from yesterday. They asked for bug reports, so versions/steps at top. Else (no offence) I don't care; I was checking anything new and didn't get far. I use their older one no longer supported.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Denise on Fri, Jun 22 2018
  • Re: Fathers of the Church - 60% off

    I thought the original pre-pub price was a little pricey. Especially given earlier market coverage. Maybe the publisher came to his (temporary) senses?
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Jun 22 2018
  • Re: Bug: Latest ios update

    Hi Graham I just assumed ‘home page’ is clicking on the little house icon; ergo home. The verse selector is the horizontal lines next to the text box on the house-page. I’m guessing my vocabulary may be confusing!
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Denise on Fri, Jun 22 2018
  • Re: DATA BUG: tagging is interpretation not literal

    Interesting problem.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Denise on Thu, Jun 21 2018
  • Bug: Latest ios update

    Latest ios; latest Logos Bible update. Reading jewish encyclopedia Go to home page Use selector to get Gen 9:1 Returns sime text from NT Tried different Bible refs; same text (see below 1st image) Tried typing in ref; same results
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Denise on Thu, Jun 21 2018
  • Re: Help Me Compare New vs Original Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

    For the curious, Jerome's comment (two places). I didn't quite understand 'the Ultimate' edition: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/128621/836053.aspx#836053
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Jun 20 2018
  • Re: What happens with online features if Logos went belly up?

    [quote user="Francis"] It is not altogether clear to me how many features of Logos actually depend on connecting to Logos servers. I know this is obviously the case (so far) with the android app, but does this apply at all to features of the desktop version? Just wondering how functional Logos would remain if the company closed down like Bibleworks
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Jun 20 2018
  • Still Evangelical (book)

    https://www.amazon.com/Still-Evangelical-Reconsider-Political-Theological-ebook/dp/B0798YC7NR It's from Intervarsity, if you're feeling suspicious. Came out in January. The contributors range from Focus on the Family, to Denver Seminary and in-between. And $10 Kindle; not bad. I was suspicious ('here we go again') but a good series of perspectives.
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Jun 20 2018
  • Re: Church Fathers on sale

    I doubt of interest to most potential money spenders. But the translation language appears to favor the Catholic vocabulary. That's in contrast to other Catholic writers using more centerred choices. This sounds picky but not intended. I like to not have to repeatedly see what word is actually beneath the translation. If I know ahead, then I'm ok. So
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Jun 20 2018
  • Re: New Pre-pubs Shipping Soon

    Usually, I don't do videos. No patience. But Soon-Chan Rah caught my eye. He has a book in Logos. And if you're not familiar with him: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=Soong-Chan+Rah I ended up picking up his discussion in: https://www.amazon.com/Still-Evangelical-Reconsider-Political-Theological
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Denise on Mon, Jun 18 2018
  • Re: O'Brien commentaries and Academics

    [quote user="Colin"] Oh Denise, you've got me wrong - I very rarely add a smiley face. I agree, it's very interesting - I must take a closer look. Colin. [/quote] Ah shucks! This is badly off the O'Brien trail, but when Jerome arrived, he apparently (my latin is awful) decided to stay the course with a literal translation, plus a drunken psalm writer
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Jun 18 2018
  • Re: O'Brien commentaries and Academics

    Sorry, Colin and Kevin. If I told you, you'd just yawn, point out my error, list umpteen commentaries, and add a smiley face. Life is dangerous on the forum (used to be!). 'Annoint' Psa 23:5 . Very interesting, since it tends to create circular reasoning regarding the psalm.
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Jun 18 2018
  • Re: O'Brien commentaries and Academics

    Personally, I think Porter is correct. And the commentary industry is seriously sick (my opinion). People say, well gee, what's there to write?? But most commentaries I check never seem to deal with the obvious ... they're battling their fellows on this argument or that. Yesterday, I got stuck on a famous word in Psa 23. The common translation ignores
    Posted to General by Denise on Mon, Jun 18 2018
  • Re: O'Brien commentaries and Academics

    Stanley Porter seemed to think it was an issue ... commentaries regurgitating commentaries (with unintended goof-ups in the regurgitating). https://domainthirtythree.com/2016/09/05/the-shocking-news-of-peter-obrien-and-plagiarism-august-is-the-cruellest-month/ Presuming his points, ECC seems a definite long-shot.
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Jun 16 2018
  • Re: BW's Final (selling) Day - If You're Interested

    [quote user="doc"] ... just hope Libby doesn't get jealous about the new kid in your stable. [/quote] Oh my. I really am not sure Libby's going to survive, though plain text reading is still easiest on Libronix (senior eyes). But I've been having fun on BW. I really think BW'er => Logos is optimal. Prior to yesterday, I thought BW=> Accordance
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Jun 16 2018
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