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  • Re: I need help, please

    [quote user="JRS"] I think Don Carson's The God Who Is There is probably one of the finest summaries of the Bible to be found anywhere. In essence, Carson hops, skips, and jumps through Bible touching on most of the books. Of particular value to beginners because it lays out central biblical themes centering on Christ and His efficacious redemptive
    Posted to General by Frank Eugene Booth III on Fri, Aug 2 2013
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    [quote user="Kevin Maples"] I would start with this book. It is the best concise overview help I've ever used. There are many other works with more information, but you need the big picture first. http://www.logos.com/product/7297/holman-quick-source-guide-to-understanding-the-bible [/quote] Thank you, Kevin. I will check it out. Whew. You guys have
    Posted to General by Frank Eugene Booth III on Fri, Aug 2 2013
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    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] I would echo what others have said. I'd also like to recommend a Bible reading guide that I've been overjoyed to find. On my previous reads through the entire Bible, I often get bogged down on all the begats and chapter upon chapter of instructions for precisely how the temple should be constructed and furnished, and oracle
    Posted to General by Frank Eugene Booth III on Fri, Aug 2 2013
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    [quote user="John"] [quote user="Frank Eugene Booth III"] I want to start reading the Bible but do so in a concise way that helps me understand what I am reading and perhaps guides me to other things of interest pertaining to the text/story at hand. [/quote] A very good ambition. The most important thing is to choose a good Bible translation. The one
    Posted to General by Frank Eugene Booth III on Thu, Aug 1 2013
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    [quote user="Kent"] [quote user="Frank Eugene Booth III"]I want to start reading the Bible but do so in a concise way that helps me understand what I am reading and perhaps guides me to other things of interest pertaining to the text/story at hand.[/quote] Frank, Start with the Bible and refer to commentaries only when you have questions about what
    Posted to General by Frank Eugene Booth III on Thu, Aug 1 2013
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    [quote user="David Bailey"] [quote user="Frank Eugene Booth III"]I want to start reading the Bible[/quote] Awesome! There are many Christians who have never read the Bible in part or in whole. To help pace yourself, learn how to set up a Reading Plan . Sample reading plans are found here . Edit: Here's a HD video that illustrates how to start a reading
    Posted to General by Frank Eugene Booth III on Thu, Aug 1 2013
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    [quote user="David J. Wilson"] Add this: it works in Logos 5. http://vyrso.com/product/22017/the-story-niv-the-bible-as-one-continuing-story-of-god-and-his-people 'The Greatest Story Ever Told' is more than just a cliche. God has gone to great lengths to rescue lost and hurting people. That is what The Story is all about: the story of the Bible, God
    Posted to General by Frank Eugene Booth III on Thu, Aug 1 2013
  • Re: I need help, please

    Ok. I will look at the Holman Bible Handbook. Thank you! Frank
    Posted to General by Frank Eugene Booth III on Thu, Aug 1 2013
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    Thank you for the reply. I will add it. I would like to say that I have, in my extremely limited knowledge of how to use Logos 5, found it to be very cool far. Such as the easy to search library; I like it very much. I just need a proper direction in using it. Thank you for the help.
    Posted to General by Frank Eugene Booth III on Thu, Aug 1 2013
  • I need help, please

    I am new to Bible study and I recently bought the Logos 5 starter in hopes it would get me going in a solid direction. I want to start reading the Bible but do so in a concise way that helps me understand what I am reading and perhaps guides me to other things of interest pertaining to the text/story at hand. I am a little confused how to make Logos
    Posted to General by Frank Eugene Booth III on Thu, Aug 1 2013
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