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  • Re: No 12 Days E-Mail

    I did not get an email today either, and I got one yesterday.
    Posted to General by Peter Jonas on Thu, Dec 9 2010
  • Re: The Interpreter's Bible '52-'57

    Dear Anthony Abingdon is the publishing house of the United Methodist Church. The Interpreter's Bible reflects mainline Biblical scholarship during the period it was created. Each volume had a Biblical scholar write the exegesis and another person (pastor or professor in another discipline) write the homiletic content. The target audience for the Interpreter
    Posted to General by Peter Jonas on Mon, Nov 22 2010
  • Wright on Pre-Pub and the Origins series

    I noticed that a bunch of N.T. Wright's books are being put together as a collection. This is great, and I've thought for a long time that the "Everyone" series would be great for Logos. But now a bunch of us have $100 sunk into the Christian Origins and the Question of God series. Will we be able to buy the "Everyone" series separately? Or can we get
    Posted to General by Peter Jonas on Tue, Nov 16 2010
  • Re: Plea - European Lutherans, please take pity on this poor American English-speaking Catholic

    Thank you for your awesome work on daily lectionaries!!! I am especially appreciative that the Lutheran version of the daily RCL will be available. This will be a very helpful resource for me. I'm thinking that if I purchase an ipad I will be able to say my prayers using Logos 4.
    Posted to General by Peter Jonas on Tue, Oct 19 2010
  • Re: Commentaries on Hebrews

    If Hermeneia is still on sale, I would encourage you to go for it. Harold Attridge's commentary is a masterwork.
    Posted to General by Peter Jonas on Thu, Oct 14 2010
  • Re: Best 10-15 Books for a New Customer

    I personally think Bible Dictionaries really shine in the Logos format compared to commentaries. If a person groups their favorite dictionaries as a collection, you can find every instance a passage is mentioned in a wide range of articles. I especially like the Anchor Bible Dictionary, Harper's Bible Dictionary, Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
    Posted to General by Peter Jonas on Mon, Oct 11 2010
  • Re: Comparing commentaries

    By your self-description you won't regret buying Hermeneia. In my judgment the Anchor Bible commentaries are still a better buy in the traditionalbook format because there is a wider variation in quality from author to author. Some are awesome (Ray Brown, Louis Martyn) -- others not so much. Peter Jonas
    Posted to General by Peter Jonas on Thu, Sep 30 2010
  • Re: hermeneutics

    Dear Frank You might want to look at the introductin and conclusion to Walter Brueggemann's Theology of the Old Testament: Testimony, Dispute, Advocacy. B takes on many interpretive questions in these sections.
    Posted to General by Peter Jonas on Wed, Aug 11 2010
  • Re: L4 Mac version seems slower than L4 windows

    I would say, opening the program, opening my passage guide, and searches are all slower. Given that Mac is still in Beta, this is just an observation, not a complaint. I'm still reveling in the coolness of being able to run L4 on my mac natively.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Peter Jonas on Sat, Aug 7 2010
  • Re: Can I just copy Logos application support folder from my mac desktop to laptop?

    Thanks Rosie. The Installation on multiple macs page had exactly the info I was looking for. I'm going from one intel mac to another.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Peter Jonas on Fri, Aug 6 2010
  • Re: Can I just copy Logos application support folder from my mac desktop to laptop?

    Sorry--I misnamed my mac laptop. It is a MacBook, not a Powerbook. It has an Intel processor.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Peter Jonas on Fri, Aug 6 2010
  • L4 Mac version seems slower than L4 windows

    I have a mac at home and a Windows PC at church. L4 seems quite a bit slower on my imac than the windows machine running windows 7. I have an 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor on the imac so it is normally pretty zippy. Is this just a Beta thing that will get ironed out when the mac version is finished, or will the mac version always run slower?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Peter Jonas on Fri, Aug 6 2010
  • Can I just copy Logos application support folder from my mac desktop to laptop?

    After running parallels for quite a few years I loaded Logos 4 on my desktop mac. Now I'm wondering if I put Logos 4 on my powerbook, can I just copy the application support folder which includes my library and avoid the super long download, or is there some compelling reason I should pull my library off the internet onto each machine?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Peter Jonas on Fri, Aug 6 2010
  • Re: Cannot open/run Mac beta dmg file

    Shoulda read the FAQ's first. I am running Tiger, so the program is doing exactly what Logos says it will do. It doesn't work. Sorry to clutter the forum. Anyone have a bead on a good price for a new operating system? Peter
    Posted to Logos 4 by Peter Jonas on Fri, Jul 23 2010
  • Cannot open/run Mac beta dmg file

    OK, so I was all excited to install Logos 4 for my mac at home. (I run it on a PC at church.) I downloaded the beta dmg file. When I double click on it it gives me a window with the Logos icon. When I double click the icon it does nothing. I do notice that my dock jitters a little bit. As I mentioned in a previous post, I have libronix and parallels
    Posted to Logos 4 by Peter Jonas on Thu, Jul 22 2010
  • How to switch from libronix and Parellels to Logos Mac?

    Currently I am running Libronix through Parellels on my Mac and LOgos 4 on my PC. With the Beta release I want to install the Mac version. Should I try to copy my library from my virtual disk to a folder the mac version can access, or should I just have Logos 4 load my library through the internet? Or, do I even have to worry about this, and will Logos
    Posted to Logos 4 by Peter Jonas on Thu, Jul 22 2010
  • Re: Lectionary

    I am thrilled that folks are working on daily lectionary projects. Is anyone working on the Daily readings for the revised common lectionary? Many ELCA Lutherans are using these readings now that they have been adopted into our new hymnal.
    Posted to General by Peter Jonas on Wed, May 26 2010
  • Re: Question for Lutherans

    I'm really happy to see somebody working on a daily lectionary for Logos!!!! Thanks.
    Posted to General by Peter Jonas on Thu, May 20 2010
  • Re: IPAD READER TECHNOLOGY ideas PLEASE for logos4mac/ipad/iphone

    Brian makes some excellent points. I too continue to use my print Bible when I read devotionally or when I'm reading more intimately. If If Logos does the ipad right in a way that allows it to adapt to the physicality of how people read the Bible, it could lead to a lot of us to use it more. An additional thought I have is how cool it would be to have
    Posted to Logos 4 by Peter Jonas on Thu, Feb 4 2010
  • Re: Aquinas' Catena Aurea

    Looks like an awesome resource, well worth $40. I click yes. Peter Jonas Arcadia, WI
    Posted to Logos 4 by Peter Jonas on Thu, Jan 28 2010
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