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  • Re: EBC good first "premium" commentary?

    [quote user="Bill Moore"]Most students, at least that was my experience, have to work in order to support themselves and their families, but it was worth it to me.[/quote] So you work full time to support the family, then you learn part time, right? How many years then one need to get a ThD? By the way, even ThD do not have scholarship/assistantship
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Thu, Mar 11 2010
  • Re: EBC good first "premium" commentary?

    [quote user="Dan DeVilder"]Seminary costs and arm and a leg. Sometimes two.[/quote] Since it costs an arm and a leg, so, people will spend half their life to earn money to go to it? And are there any age limit to enter it? Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Thu, Mar 11 2010
  • Re: EBC good first "premium" commentary?

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]My seminary is http://www.west.org.uk/ but whether that is the best for you, I cannot say.[/quote] So, do you have any form of sholarship/assistantship/fellowship to help you to make a living? Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Thu, Mar 11 2010
  • Re: EBC good first "premium" commentary?

    [quote user="Dan DeVilder"]Your own calculations from bestcommentaries shows that TOTC is quite well thought of--yes, lower marks than NICOT, etc, but also much lower price! :)[/quote] Yes, I think that it should be a good place to start too! [quote user="Mark Barnes"]I would highly recommend it for those with some seminary or teaching experience.[
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Thu, Mar 11 2010
  • Re: EBC good first "premium" commentary?

    [quote user="Michael"] one good source of information is the website www.bestcommentaries.com [/quote] I construct a stat. about the "Top 2 commentaries" in the site you give: (the number in the second column is representing the number of occurrence that it appears in the top 2 commentaries of each book in the Bible) OT NICOT 20 WBC 13 TOTC 11 AB 7
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Mar 10 2010
  • Re: EBC good first "premium" commentary?

    I was having a similar situation with the original author of this article. So, if I want to buy a first set of commentaries, no matter the price range, which of those will you guys suggest me to use first? e.g. The New International Commentary on the Old and New Testament (NICOT/NICNT 40 Vols.) seems very good. But will it be too technical for first
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Mar 10 2010
  • Re: EBC good first "premium" commentary?

    Great website! Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Mar 10 2010
  • Re: EBC good first "premium" commentary?

    How you guys actually knows which commentaries series is famous for certain books? E.g. how you know that EBC is great on Matthrew? Another example, if I want to study Zech, which of the commentaries mentioned you would suggest? Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Mar 10 2010
  • Re: Warren Wiersbe's Old Testament "Be" Series (27 vols) in Scholar's Library?

    Thanks.
    Posted to General by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Mar 10 2010
  • Re: Upgrading from Core 2 Duo to Core 2 Quad...noticeable performance improvement?

    [quote user="Kolen Cheung"]Model (ASUS) K52JR-A1[/quote] Finally, I bought this to enhance my experience on the Logos! But, I don't know why in my old computer, I have 497 resources, but on my new computer, there are 496 only. I've tried "update resources" already. How should I check if any of the resources are missing? Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Mar 3 2010
  • Re: scrollbar scrolling

    I think programming technique is independent of platform. Anyway, those are suggestions. The main point is that the scrollbar is useless. So, something needed to be changed to make it useful. Also, I dislike the use of up/down, page up/page down to move. By the way, how you guys read the Bible in Logos? How you move around?
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Sat, Feb 27 2010
  • Re: scrollbar scrolling

    The multi-scroll bar technique is used by OliveTree. And the one that has "variable" scrollbar is also used by bible.logos.com, and some other softwares.
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Sat, Feb 27 2010
  • Re: scrollbar scrolling

    What the other software will normally do are these: 1) multiple scrollbar, each of them is having different range. 2) to scroll through the current chapter, but then when it is at the bottom of the chapter, you click the "down arrow" or press the "page down", then it jumps to the next chapter (and of course the scrollbar will go to the beginning of
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Sat, Feb 27 2010
  • no. of resources available

    I notice that it is possible the some resources are not properly downloaded to the software, which might be discovered long after the installation. i.e. losing books without knowing that I lose it! So, I would suggest the Logos to include the total no. of resources I owned in the "ordered" page so that I can check if some resources is missing on my
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Sat, Feb 27 2010
  • scrollbar scrolling

    The current scrollbar cover the whole title. For Bible, the whole Bible, for books the whole book. Most of the time it is impossible to scroll over it to go to a certain place. e.g. when I am studying a ch., Zech 2, of course I want to scroll over the chapter only. So, I would suggest the Logos to changed the scroll bar which covers only the passage
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Sat, Feb 27 2010
  • Re: Upgrading from Core 2 Duo to Core 2 Quad...noticeable performance improvement?

    Wow... your computer is SO powerful. What I can suggest (to Logos) is to improve the indexing. I would suggest Logos to include several indexing options, say, basic and advanced. So, the current indexing is the basic one, and add one more indexing method which takes much longer time and much larger storage. e.g. for 20GB of resources, roughly take
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Sat, Feb 27 2010
  • Re: Upgrading from Core 2 Duo to Core 2 Quad...noticeable performance improvement?

    I have found a great deal from Asus: Model (ASUS) K52JR-A1 K42JR-A1 ASUS http://usa.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=CyyiEd0t9iKZ6Afg http://usa.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=7O998GVGxD882pyg Amazon http://www.amazon.com/K52JR-A1-15-6-Inch-Versatile-Entertainment-Laptop/dp/tech-data/B00352LQSA/ref=de_a_smtd http://www.amazon.com/K42JR-A1-14-Inch-Versatile-Entertainment
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Sat, Feb 27 2010
  • Re: Upgrading from Core 2 Duo to Core 2 Quad...noticeable performance improvement?

    [quote user="Daniel Arnott"]a big jump if you can get a machine with a 7200 rpm drive[/quote] really? Thanks. I will take that into account. Do you have a good suggestion? Well, because of the Logos, I need to consider to buy a new laptop. Well, who can think that Bible study can be so computationally demanding? Interesting. And that's great! I can
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Sat, Feb 27 2010
  • Re: Computer

    Windows 7 64-bits is suggested. Vista is bad, and XP is outdated. Also, more and more application support 64-bits processor, and 32-bit processor can only allocate a RAM of ~3.25GB. So, 64-bit is much better. Have you seen the recommended requirement? http://www.logos.com/support/techfaq#sysreqs Also, try to read the post: http://community.logos.com
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Fri, Feb 26 2010
  • Re: Upgrading from Core 2 Duo to Core 2 Quad...noticeable performance improvement?

    So interesting to see the Logos has actually made us to consider to buy a new computer. I never think that I need a fast computer, before I purchase Logos4.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Fri, Feb 26 2010
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