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  • Re: Needed LOTH Resources

    For the past few years, I've used the Breviario Digitale edition of the Liturgia Horarum (scroll down on this page for a sample of the navigation pages). Each volume is a separate pdf file, where each page of the physical text is represented in identical form along with a simple navigation bar along the right side (see below). These nav bar headings
    Posted to Catholic Products by Kevin Clemens on Tue, May 18 2021
  • Re: Needed LOTH Resources

    [quote user="David Wanat"]If the Bible readings are just links to our preferred Bible, instead of the approved ICEL text, then I don’t think it can be considered a complete product or one approved for official use[/quote] Agreed, this seems like it will be a hang-up for those who are obligated to pray the hours. I'm hoping that the same licensing issues
    Posted to Catholic Products by Kevin Clemens on Mon, May 17 2021
  • Re: Needed LOTH Resources

    [quote user="David Ames"]It might also be nice if we could set one Bible to link with the LOTH and another as our "favorite" one without having to reset "favorite bible" every time we use LOTH[/quote] Would creating a custom layout for LOTH with the desired Bible work? On said Bible, you could set "Send Hyperlinks Here"
    Posted to Catholic Products by Kevin Clemens on Mon, May 17 2021
  • Re: Thank You Faithlife

    [quote user="Lew Worthington"] I always end up getting some kind of package at a discount rather than grabbing a $20 freebie. And it always enriches my library. Thank you FL! [/quote] Same here. Grateful for the excuse to jump to the next tier on the Orthodox libraries for $20 less. These promos (and the annual birthday coupon) are always most appreciated
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Mon, May 17 2021
  • Re: Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament (EGGNT) - Buy now or wait?

    [quote user="Dale E Heath"]Thanks, I had canceled all my pre-pub orders, but I'm back in with this.[/quote] Yes, thanks Nick. At $12.50 a volume, that's not too shabby.
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Sat, May 15 2021
  • Re: Errant email offer for L9 Mobile Ed Course

    [quote user="Joe McCune (Faithlife)"] Please accept our apologies, these emails were sent in error to a number of users. [/quote] No worries. Thanks for the clarification, Joe.
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Thu, May 13 2021
  • Errant email offer for L9 Mobile Ed Course

    I just received an email indicating: Your Logos 9 purchase includes an interactive video course of your choice at no additional cost. But you haven’t picked your course yet, and we don’t want you to miss out. You already paid for it as part of your Logos 9 purchase, and now’s the time to pick the one you want. Choose from more than 260 courses in the
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Thu, May 13 2021
  • Re: Liturgy of The Hours

    [quote user="David Ames"]Waiting for the training manual[/quote] In the meantime, if you are clicking around the LOTH resource in Verbum and wanting a better feel for what the various components are, there are a number of helpful overviews of praying the divine office on youtube, including this fairly simple presentation from Fr. Cassidy Stinson ("the
    Posted to Catholic Products by Kevin Clemens on Wed, May 12 2021
  • Re: Resurrections in the Bible

    [quote user="DMB"]Maybe it's the fish as preservative. Joking.[/quote] That one was salty.
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Wed, May 12 2021
  • Re: Resurrections in the Bible

    For OT "resurrections", one could argue that Jonah should make the list. After all, he cries out from "the belly of Sheol" (2:2) and declares that the Lord "brought up my life from the pit" (2:6). Indeed, the first word the Lord speaks to Jonah after he vomited up onto the dry land is "Arise" [Heb qum , Gk anist ē mi ] (3:1).
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Wed, May 12 2021
  • Re: Liturgy of The Hours

    [quote user="David Wanat"] I haven’t seen it for my tablet. Is it currently only for the desktop?[/quote] Typically when resources are released, there is a day or so lag before they hit mobile. My guess is that is what is going on in this instance...
    Posted to Catholic Products by Kevin Clemens on Tue, May 11 2021
  • Re: Liturgy of The Hours

    [quote user="David Ames"]Somebody will teach us!]][/quote] This post over at the Verbum Blog from a couple of weeks back indicated something like a "how-to" guide would be forthcoming: If such musings have convinced you to give it a go (and I hope they have!), then stay tuned for a follow-up post in which I will walk you through how to study the Liturgy
    Posted to Catholic Products by Kevin Clemens on Tue, May 11 2021
  • Re: Baker’s Dozen Sale

    [quote user="Paul Caneparo"]That would be good if Logos offer too.[/quote] Agreed! The BECNT price works out to under $27 a volume. I didn't pull the trigger last time, but this is a series I'd love to have. Also, I'd also be tempted to snag the Paideia set at $200. Here's hoping...
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Tue, May 11 2021
  • Re: Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament (EGGNT) - Buy now or wait?

    Ephesians and Matthew both ship this Friday (5/14). There is still no bundle of EGGNT volumes, even though it lists one under the B&H Academic Biblical & Theo Studies Bundle , which contains 4 of the 13 volumes. Any guesses out there: Is 34% off individual volumes worth it at this point? or is the bundle discount likely as good or better? (Also, it
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Mon, May 10 2021
  • Faithlife Ebook on sale - Reinhard Hütter on Aquinas

    This ebook in the Eerdmans sale caught my eye, and I thought others here might be interested in picking it up at the $6.99 sale price. (Even used print copies of this one are typically $30+) Dust Bound For Heaven: Explorations in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas Publisher's Description: In Dust Bound for Heaven Reinhard Hütter shows how Thomas Aquinas
    Posted to Catholic Products by Kevin Clemens on Wed, Apr 7 2021
  • Re: Paul, a New Covenant Jew: Rethinking Pauline Theology

    I really enjoyed this book and would heartily recommend it, especially for those interested in engaging with or learning more about a Catholic reading of Paul (especially on justification) in dialogue with contemporary scholarship. The opening chapter (What kind of Jew was Paul?) gives a very accessible lay of the current Pauline landscape, and then
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Mon, Feb 15 2021
  • Re: No New Year sale?

    'Coming soon' I imagine: https://www.logos.com/new-years-sale
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Thu, Dec 31 2020
  • Re: Augustine Bible Interlinear

    Posted to Catholic Products by Kevin Clemens on Wed, Dec 9 2020
  • Re: Christmas Sale

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"]That would be 12 Days of Advent, and not a single Day of Christmas.[/quote]
    Posted to General by Kevin Clemens on Mon, Dec 7 2020
  • Re: Verbum 360 Training Videos for Verbum 9!!!

    [quote user="Fr Devin Roza"]Thanks Kevin! Glad to hear they have been helpful, and hope these ones will be as well.[/quote] Yes indeed! I did not know about shift-clicking when sorting my library; a fun trick to pick up. (And for my two cents, I prefer the more conversational approach that these recent videos take for entry level videos; it makes sense
    Posted to Catholic Products by Kevin Clemens on Wed, Dec 2 2020
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