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  • Re: Just A Thought: Bookaholics?

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"]My feeling is that they live longer than average, no idea why??[/quote] Relative, but at what quality of wealth (or lack), health and life?
    Posted to General by C M on Sat, Oct 24 2015
  • Re: Just A Thought: Bookaholics?

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"]I am not building a Logos library just for my own use. I have thirteen children and plan to leave it to one of them. For the present, I can use much of my library to homeschool the four sons I still have at home. [/quote] You're admired for your decisions. You're truly a wise and thoughtful man and father. This is NOT an addiction
    Posted to General by C M on Sat, Oct 24 2015
  • Re: Just A Thought: Bookaholics?

    [quote user="David Achorn"]This is an interesting conversation. How many feel Logos is an expense and how many see it as an investment? I read a lot so I view it as an investment. [/quote] David, Investment or not, can one overly invest?
    Posted to General by C M on Sat, Oct 24 2015
  • Re: Just A Thought: Bookaholics?

    Veli, Your thoughts are most welcome, but your "moderate addiction is just fine", raises some concerns. May i suggest you review the definition of the word "addiction." Addiction on any level is unhealthy. I think the " unhealthy extreme" is when ones out-of-controlled behavior decays his/her soul and destroy the lives of others. [quote user="Veli Voipio
    Posted to General by C M on Fri, Oct 23 2015
  • Re: Just A Thought: Bookaholics?

    [quote user="Lew Worthington"]Even before the stage of bookaholism, there are softer forms of this addiction spanning a large spectrum of obsession. [/quote] Lew, Thanks for your insightfulness. He who thinks deeply about possible addiction, makes wise choices and avoid heartaches in the future. [quote user="Lew Worthington"] I know I am often tempted
    Posted to General by C M on Fri, Oct 23 2015
  • Re: Just A Thought: Bookaholics?

    Super.Tramp, [quote user="Super.Tramp"]48,462 resources in my library.....No, it does not seem possible[/quote] I am glad what I described is not your experience. Shall I admire your wealth, acquisition, and/or discipline (self-control)? I am sure there is someone with a Logos Library larger than yours. I guess for some, the sky is the limit and the
    Posted to General by C M on Fri, Oct 23 2015
  • Re: Just A Thought: Bookaholics?

    Mab, I agree. Are there any specific early waring signs for one to heed when enough is enough (books) and too much is good for nothing?
    Posted to General by C M on Fri, Oct 23 2015
  • Just A Thought: Bookaholics?

    Logos Users, With thousands of books, Bibles, Collection Sets, maps, data sets, dictionaries, commentaries, etc., with no end in sight and many more books to come; is it possible for a “Holy man” or person to become a bookaholic? Can one become addicted to (religious) books? I speak namely of when a person racks up huge debts (borrows/credit), reads
    Posted to General by C M on Fri, Oct 23 2015
  • Re: Start a Direct Sales Do Not Call or E-mail list

    [quote user="Paul L. White"]Yes sir, I'm saying that there is a distinct difference between ministry and business.[/quote] Bro. P. L. White, Ministry, Business, Christian Business, Sales, Advertisement, or Profits, "Ye shall know them by their fruits." FaithLife is a business with great promise that supplies individuals and ministries with biblical
    Posted to Suggestions by C M on Thu, Oct 22 2015
  • Re: Start a Direct Sales Do Not Call or E-mail list

    [quote user="Paul L. White"] I disagree with the assertion that Faithlife is a business. It is Not. It is a Ministry! It is a ministry which ministers to, for the most part, ministers (except, of course, for Vyrso and Noet, which are wonderful additions to the enterprise).[/quote] My dear Bro., Perhaps a clarification of "business" is in order. Are
    Posted to Suggestions by C M on Thu, Oct 22 2015
  • Re: Andrews University + Logos Mobile Ed accreditation partnership?

    [quote user="Martin Weber"]I've been discussing a possible work-around that would enable Logos SDA to approach Adventist Learning Center with an offer to license their videos without the normal constraints and expenses of generating full-fledged Logos Mobile Ed courses. [/quote] I Pray God grant your efforts favor. "Where there's a will there's a way
    Posted to Seventh-day Adventist Products by C M on Mon, Oct 19 2015
  • Re: Bible Episode Summaries

    [quote user="Mike Binks"] Blind man loses social security benefits after chance encounter on Jericho Road. Alms seekers warned to keep clear. [/quote] "A hint to the wise is sufficient enough.
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Oct 19 2015
  • Re: Bible Episode Summaries

    All the more, the questions (above) remain.
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Oct 19 2015
  • Re: Bible Episode Summaries

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]I expect Faithlife have done what they are going to do with this by now [/quote] Do you know what it is?
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Oct 19 2015
  • Re: Logos Payment Plans

    Wow! What are you going to do when Logos 7 comes out in a year or so? I hope you pay it off soon. Those interest dollars could add up. I am sure there is another way of having stocks in FaithLife Corp. My peace I leave with you...
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Oct 19 2015
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Verb diagrams

    Is there more where this come from?
    Posted to Suggestions by C M on Mon, Oct 19 2015
  • Re: Bible Episode Summaries

    Lonnie, Is your “too subjective” is applicable to Children’s Bibles? What about singled authored paraphrases of the Bible (e.g. Eugene Petersen’s—The Message Bible; Jack Blinco’s – ClearWord Bible, etc.)? What about paraphrases in general, are they “too subjective”? Oh, What about the notes in Study Bibles, are they “too subjective” (Namely, Scrofield
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Oct 19 2015
  • Re: Andrews University + Logos Mobile Ed accreditation partnership?

    [quote user="Reimar Vetne"]If Logos allowed SDA video-content to be produced, to their exact specifications with the white background, the exact formatting of text on the screen etc, at our studio locations outside the US, and then allowed the price of SDA Mobile Ed courses to reflect the radically lower production costs, then I think we could reach
    Posted to Seventh-day Adventist Products by C M on Mon, Oct 19 2015
  • Re: Bible Episode Summaries

    Bob, Have you consider, when completed, instead of using it as a stand alone, include it in a version of the Bible (e.g KJV)? It can be as a hyperlink or as a supplemental unit in the back of the Bible, if the finished product is produced as a hardcopy. This will increase the likelihood of getting a newcomer to the Bible to see the context and read
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Oct 19 2015
  • Re: Resource Request: Linguistic Key to the Greek New Testament

    Yes!
    Posted to Suggestions by C M on Sun, Oct 18 2015
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