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  • Re: Books By Jeremias and Ehrman

    Jeremias is a brillant scholar! We owe a large debt to him for his shift in focusing on the person of Jesus in a Jewish setting. A lot of what was done prior to Jeremias and others was to focus on Jesus in a Hellenistic context. From work of Jeremias rose scholars such as Martin Hengel and Ben Myer, both brilliant in their own right. I would pick up
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Fri, Sep 9 2016
  • Re: Beale: We Become What We Worship

    Although it is not the book itself, Beale's NT Theology will give you the gist of We Become What We Worship. He elaborates and expands on that thesis quite a bit in this work. Pretty much all of his writings have led to the publication of his NT Theology, and I would recommend picking it up. It is truly a fantastic study. Cliff
    Posted to Suggestions by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Fri, Sep 9 2016
  • Re: How Will Logos/Faithlife Handle This?

    [quote user="Josh"] Since this academic value has decreased, so should the original price paid. [/quote] Well, in that case we should be able to get partial refunds for thousands of books whose "academic value" has decreased. I am not just talking about plagiarism, but those books that once were held in high regard by the academic guild that have now
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Tue, Sep 6 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] Interestingly I also saw Schanbel's, Acts: Expanded Digital Edition , which presumably has never been given page numbers, despite having a print equivalent. [/quote] The reason for this is because the digital and print are not exactly the same—the digital adds more content that the print version had to exclude. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Chat window closed after I'd waited for half an hour...

    [quote user="James McAdams"] I'd hoped I was moving forward in the queue (which would be understandably slow-moving, given the current Logos 7 craziness), but after (I think exactly) half an hour of waiting for an operator, the window just closed and kicked me out, which presumably means I'll have to start again from scratch. Is that the way it's built
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Wed, Aug 24 2016
  • Re: GK Beale IVP Titles

    [quote user="Benjamin Gladd"] I would love to see these two titles by GK Beale made available: GK Beale and Mitchell Kim, God Dwells Among Us (2014) GK Beale, We Become What We Worship (2008). Thanks! [/quote] Ben, you left out the one you and Beale did together: Hidden But Now Revealed: A Biblical Theology of Mystery. Cliff
    Posted to Suggestions by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Thu, Aug 18 2016
  • Re: Socio-Rhetorical Commentary

    [quote user="Mattillo"] Thank you Cliff and Dan. I normally overlook this set when I'm reading through things but I hit some good notes from it in Philippians so it got me wondering what else I have missed when I don't take a look at it. I'm hoping more come soon like Revelation and Matthew in the future [/quote] This is a very good commentary. In particular
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Tue, Aug 16 2016
  • Re: Socio-Rhetorical Commentary

    [quote user="Mattillo"] Do you think this is part of the set? https://www.logos.com/product/47474/letters-and-homilies-collection [/quote] While in the same vein as the Socio-Rhetorical, it is not part of the set. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Mon, Aug 15 2016
  • Re: 2 Timothy Commentary Question

    Towner's NICNT is excellent, but nothing is as good as Marshall's ICC. If your seminary balks at Marshall's ICC, remind them that Towner had a hand in helping Marshall with that volume. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Thu, Jan 21 2016
  • Re: Don't Pass up John Barclay's Groundbreaking "Paul and the Gift"

    [quote user="James McAdams"] One of my favourite podcasts (Mere Fidelity) had an episode discussing it recently here I've been holding back from buying it so that I can get the Logos edition. [/quote] I listened to that podcast a few days ago; definitely worth the time. I received a review copy back in November from Eerdmans, which I devoured! But at
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Mon, Jan 18 2016
  • Don't Pass up John Barclay's Groundbreaking "Paul and the Gift"

    Arguably one of the most important publications of 2015, John Barclay's Paul & the Gift is a fascinating study on the nature of grace/gift in Paul's writings. Even better, you can get Barclay's work alongside Porter's excellent study on John's Gospel and Gundry's provocative look at Matthew's portrayal of Peter in the Gospel of Matthew for less than
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Mon, Jan 18 2016
  • Re: PB - Adolf Schlatter Commentary on Romans 1-6 (German)

    The More Schlatter the better! Thanks for your work. Cliff
    Posted to Files by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Sat, Jan 2 2016
  • Re: Whose your sales person?

    Frank, Thank you Frank, this means a lot to me. I am very glad that I have been ale to serve you and hope to be able to continue doing so in the future as well. I hope your Christmas was a blessed one. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Sun, Dec 27 2015
  • Re: Technical Commentary Question

    For me, the value of WBC is the bibliography. I find that section in the commentary to be very useful for further research and paper writing. Put me on a an island and I would take the ICC above the rest. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Wed, Dec 23 2015
  • Re: Technical Commentary Question

    The first one I would recommend is the Baylor Handbooks on the Hebrew and Greek Testaments. Though not completed as of yet, you will not find a better set that deals specifically with syntax and other related topics. After this, the first critical commentary I turn to almost every time is the ICC. Frankly, every other commentary places second fiddle
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Wed, Dec 23 2015
  • Re: the book of Acts in its First Century Setting

    Larry, This collection of monographs deals primarily with issues related to the background of Acts. What you will not find is a commentary on the texts of Acts. What I find useful about this collection is the way the volumes situate Acts in the Greco-Roman world. It deals with issues like: Food shortages Traveling in the 1st Century Romans Roads Geography
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Tue, Nov 3 2015
  • Re: Whats your go to books for study ?

    If we are speaking of journals, the two I find myself returning to more than any others are: Filología Neotestamentaria BBR Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Wed, Sep 16 2015
  • Re: Whats your go to books for study ?

    Great question! Here are my top 5: NA28 with Critical Apparatus BDAG Baylor Handbooks on the Greek New Testament ICC BECNT Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Wed, Sep 16 2015
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Add the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the Old Testament

    Caleb, In a way Logos already has. The Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the Old Testament is the renaming of the previous series Hearing the Message of Scripture . I was curious about this series as well and asked one of the academic editors at Zondervan and they confirmed this change in name. I am not if the format will match that of the ZECNT, but
    Posted to Suggestions by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Tue, Sep 15 2015
  • Re: ZECNT: ACTS Supplemental Notes and Expanded Chapters?

    [quote user="John Kight"] Thank you for the quick response. So, for citation purposes it should be cited as the digital expanded edition. [/quote] John, That would be the standard way to do this. I did notice that this edition does not have page numbers—certainly do to fact that the expanded edition contains far more than just a few additions. I remember
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Fri, Sep 11 2015
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