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  • Re: 12 Days of Christmas: Theological Lexicon of the New Testament

    He is also the author of a two-volume commentary on Hebrews that needs to be reprinted and translated to English. But that is another story altogether.
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Sun, Dec 18 2011
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: Luke

    Bovan, Hermeneia. Bock, BECNT and NIVAC. Marshall. NIGTC. Although not a commentary proper, Culy, Parsons, Stigall, Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament (Not yet in Logos, but needs to be pronto!). Dated, but still good: Fitzmyer, Anchor Bible. Green, NICNT. Godet, Luke (2 vol.). L. T. Johnson, Sacra Pagina.
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Mon, Oct 24 2011
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: Mark

    1. Robert Stein (BECNT) 2. R. T. France (NIGTC) 3. Joel Marcus (AB) 2 vol. 4. C. E. B. Cranfield (Cambridge) 5. Adela Collins (Hermeneia) 6. James Edwards (Pillar) 7. Morna Hooker (BNTC) 8. Ben Witterington (Socio-Rhetorical) 9. Eugene Boring (NTL)
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Mon, Oct 17 2011
  • The Book of Acts in Its First-Century Setting

    I am not sure if it has been suggested here, but if not I bring before you: The Book of Acts in Its First-Century Setting . This is a fine series, with contributions from many an expert in Acts and its background. The volume on the Literary Background of Acts alone is worth the price of admission.
    Posted to Suggestions by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Fri, Oct 14 2011
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: Matthew

    Exegetical: 1. Davies and Allison (ICC): 3 vol. 2. Lutz (Hermeneia): 3 vol. 3. Hagner (WBC): 2 vol. 4. France (NICNT). 5. Turner (BECNT). 6. Nolland (NIGTC). 7. Osborne (ZECNT). 8. Keener (Socio-Rhetorical). 9. Morris (Pillar). 10. Carson (EBC). Exposition: 1. Talbert (Paideia). 2. Blomberg (NAC). 3. The NIVAC on Matthew.
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • Re: upgrade system maintenance

    A little more info on what exactly is involved with the upgrade would be helpful.
    Posted to Logos.com by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Wed, Oct 5 2011
  • Re: Advice

    [quote user="robert d. adams"] I posted in the Android section but it looked as if no one there so I have posted here. I plan to purchase a new phone so I can use L4 on it. Which phone (brand) seems to be ahead with L4 software? My choice is narrowed down to two: Iphone or Droid. In the Droid line which one (name like X, incredible, bonic, etc.) would
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Fri, Sep 9 2011
  • Re: LSJ vs. BDAG

    [quote user="Joe Miller"] I was hoping some of you with more experience & expertise could outline your preferences for LSJ vs. BDAG . Is one better? Why? Are these really competitive resources or complementary resources? Does one have an advantage for use with Perseus . Thanks for your insight. Joe [/quote] Joe, BDAG and LSJ are best used together.
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Fri, Aug 19 2011
  • Re: Quetion about the Free Perseus Books?

    [quote user="David E Haeuser"] Tes, For direct Bible study the resources may have somewhat limited usefulness. However, if you use Greek in your Bible study, there are linguistic resources such as Gildersleeve's Syntax of Classical Greek and Goodwin's Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb. The Blass Debrunner Funk grammar which is already
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Sun, Aug 14 2011
  • Re: Suggested resources on the Book of Hebrews in Logos

    [quote user="Orpheus Heyward"] cliff, thanks a million times over. I have made a collection with these sources. [/quote] Brother, it is my privilege. If you need more resources, I got many more to give. Cliff
    Posted to Logos 4 by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Tue, Aug 9 2011
  • Re: Suggested resources on the Book of Hebrews in Logos

    [quote user="Orpheus Heyward"] cliff, thanks a million times over. I have made a collection with these sources. [/quote] Brother, it is my privilege. If you need more resources, I got many more to give. Cliff
    Posted to Logos 4 by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Tue, Aug 9 2011
  • Re: Suggested resources on the Book of Hebrews in Logos

    [quote user="Orpheus Heyward"] I am about to begin a sermon series under the heading “do not despise the discipline of God”, in which I will begin this series from Hebrews 12:5-11 . Wanted to know if anybody within the Logos community could suggest some excellent resources on the book of Hebrews that I may be overlooking. Thank you for your help in
    Posted to Logos 4 by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Tue, Aug 9 2011
  • Re: A Clue?

    That was my second guess. In light of Dan's remarks about Loeb, TLG might be a good guess. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Tue, Aug 2 2011
  • Re: A Clue?

    I am going to venture a guess and say a database of HD Greek Manuscripts. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Tue, Aug 2 2011
  • Eerdmans New Testament Commentaries Collection

    You might need to have some one go back and take a look at the author descriptions for this page. They have the wrong authors under the wrong books. Cliff
    Posted to Logos.com by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Fri, Jul 22 2011
  • Re: Logos will not open

    Paul, No Beta run here. I tend to stay away from Alpha, Beta, Gamma... I do not know much about computers, so I stick with stable releases for the most part. Cliff
    Posted to Logos 4 by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Fri, Jul 8 2011
  • Re: Logos will not open

    Richard, Thanks for the response. I think I fixed the problem. I downloaded the the .exe again from my account page and hit the repair button. That seems to have fixed the problem, as Logos is up and running. Sorry to jump the gun before I tried this. Cliff
    Posted to Logos 4 by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Fri, Jul 8 2011
  • Logos will not open

    I go to open Logos and I get the splash-screen and then it crashes. A Windows box open which states "looking for problem." No problem is found and nothing happens. I am curious as to what is happening. This has never happened before. I do not want to have to re-download everything if possible.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Fri, Jul 8 2011
  • Re: What kind of books does Logos publish?

    Bob, I have never had a problem with Logos selling books that are not "evangelical." You could sell the Book of Mormon (which I sometimes wish you did, just to have for reference), and I would not question your company's convictions or beliefs. Like you mentioned, we as users are building a library for personal study. We can pick what we want to buy
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Wed, Jul 6 2011
  • Any Word on the ECC?

    According to the info in my account, the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary was set to ship....yesterday? Any word on when we may see this? Thanks Logos for all your hard work. Cliff
    Posted to General by Clifford B. Kvidahl on Thu, Jun 2 2011
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