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  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    [quote user="Cynthia in Florida"]P.S. Al Het: GREAT POST![/quote] Thanks, Cynthia. I appreciate hearing back that my comments made some sense. By the end of writing them, I wasn't sure if I was being clear at all.
    Posted to General by Al Het on Mon, Aug 5 2019
  • Re: The future of Logos and Faithlife: Help us make the right decisions!

    Bob, I tried to give a quick read-through of the other responses, so my response might not be too redundant. I would affirm what many people have said. Your customers appreciate the ability of giving you direct input. However, I suspect that there are several who feel like I do, that the direction you are taking the company just happens to be different
    Posted to General by Al Het on Thu, Jul 11 2019
  • Pastors, How do you use illustrations with Logos?

    After commenting in another thread about books in Amazon, it made me wonder how, or if, others are using Logos for illustrations. I know many pastors use Google as their primary source for illustrations, but I know there have to be lots of us left who keep and use personal illustrations. I have never taken to Logos Notes, but it sounds like it is getting
    Posted to General by Al Het on Wed, May 15 2019
  • Re: Is it true?

    No one addressed your question about Prime, which is different than Kindle Unlimited. It is true that they offer a ton of free books with Prime, though I'm sure not as many as Unlimited. I've never looked for the Christian titles that might be available, and haven't ever used the free books anyway, as I just buy the books I'm interested in. However
    Posted to General by Al Het on Wed, May 15 2019
  • Re: Best Scholarly Works on the Parables of Jesus

    Another vote for Blomberg's "Interpreting The Parables." It really is a hallmark work on how to interpret the parables. He gives a simple framework on how to understand several different styles of parables. His work was ground-breaking, with what was a whole new paradigm at the time, some 25 years ago. It received extremely high praise by scholars.
    Posted to General by Al Het on Tue, Sep 25 2018
  • Re: How to cite a Logos 7 word study

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]A computer program that spits out results that are dependent upon what the user owns, is not a useful reference to the reader unless they have the same software and same resources.[/quote] This is a great point, and something I never really thought through, when it comes to modern scholarship and the use of modern Bible software
    Posted to General by Al Het on Thu, Sep 20 2018
  • Re: Question for those who use Notes in Logos

    Wow. I'd not heard anyone this positive about the Notes system in Logos. [quote user="Reuben Helmuth"]I'd strongly encourage giving the new Notes Tool a try, especially if you are reading within Logos. [/quote] Once I get a chance to figure out some other elements of newer Logos, I might look into the notes, given your optimism about it. I could really
    Posted to General by Al Het on Mon, Aug 27 2018
  • Re: Question for those who use Notes in Logos

    [quote user="Chaoyu-Bian"]If you use the tool-thebrain 9 for logos, their note system very efficiency more than logos.[/quote] I hadn't heard of "The Brain." What specifically do you like about it?
    Posted to General by Al Het on Thu, Aug 23 2018
  • Re: So...what would make you buy more books from Logos?

    [quote user="David Paul"]Actually, the beauty and elegant efficiency of L3 is that you don't have to CLICK on anything...just hover and Presto!...a full screen of info related to your verse, passage, or word.[/quote] Ah yes. This is true. I was using the "click on" phrase in a somewhat generic way. L3 was my favorite version as well. It lined up better
    Posted to General by Al Het on Thu, Aug 23 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    I'm all for fact checking anyone who is teaching you something about the Bible. I believe it is the responsibility of all followers of Jesus to check all truth against Scripture. However, in a software application like Logos, I don't believe the company would want anything to do with what you are asking. The purpose of Logos is to bring Biblical materials
    Posted to General by Al Het on Thu, Aug 23 2018
  • Question for those who use Notes in Logos

    Reading and responding to another thread made me wonder about how others are using Notes in Logos - and maybe those who use and external note source as well. First some context. I'm a pastor who highly values the ability to store and then easily access useful information I come across, for teaching purposes. The computer age has made this radically
    Posted to General by Al Het on Tue, Aug 21 2018
  • Re: So...what would make you buy more books from Logos?

    [quote user="David Paul"]One thing I can say for sure is that the idea of external notes is one big fat STINK BOMB.[/quote] [quote user="David Paul"]Nothing that OneNote or EverNote can do replicates this...[/quote] I appreciate you giving this example. As someone who does use external notes, I CAN see how easy it would be to just click on the notes
    Posted to General by Al Het on Tue, Aug 21 2018
  • Re: Android mobile app and Logos support. I have had enough.

    My biggest, and ongoing frustration with Logos. They work hard to bring cutting edge software to the Bible Software table. This is very much liked, appreciated, pushed and encouraged by many people, including a significant amount of people on this forum. Many Logos users like that they keep evolving Logos into newer, more complex software. The biggest
    Posted to General by Al Het on Fri, Jun 29 2018
  • Re: A proposal that benefits everyone

    [quote user="Joseph Turner"]Do you know what those additional reasons might be? I would think the NIV1984 would be a perfect example of a resource which the publisher does not want competing with the newer edition.[/quote] The NIV84 was replaced amidst a significant amount of controversy surrounding gender inclusive language, and the integrity of a
    Posted to General by Al Het on Tue, May 8 2018
  • Re: OT: New discoveries about the KJV's translation

    [quote user="Jordan Litchfield"]Doc, for the reasons you give, I can understand your hesitation. However, the author is Candida Moss, a very highly respected NT scholar at Notre Dame.[/quote] Hmm. I for one don't know who "very highly respects" Candida Moss as a scholar. However, since you've commented here, I presume you know more about her than I
    Posted to General by Al Het on Fri, May 4 2018
  • Re: Holman Bible Atlas - Resource Update Needed? Poor Image Quality

    I've been frustrated for decades with how unusable Logos maps are. From the beginnong, Logos has been the most expensive Bible software available, and they've always had the worst maps. The best, most usable map set I've ever seen in a computer program actually came with a mid 1990's version of Quickverse. I still have a copy on an old Windows XP machine
    Posted to General by Al Het on Sat, Mar 31 2018
  • Re: Books on Angels and Demons

    You've gotten some good input already. Another source for you could be the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (the newer, 4 volume set). Just did a quick look, and it has many pages on the larger topics you've asked about (angels, demons, exorcism). It won't give you modern examples, or a lot of personal interpretation, and it wouldn't be as
    Posted to General by Al Het on Wed, Mar 28 2018
  • Re: For those that have used Logos for a while...a question

    First, I'd like to remind you of a bit of context for your question here. The nature of this forum is such that the VAST majority of people here will be inclined toward digital, and Logos specifically. Those who prefer paper, or even who are more balanced about such things won't be as likely to lurk here. If you read these forums, you will find that
    Posted to General by Al Het on Wed, Mar 28 2018
  • Re: Bibles gone on Libronix

    Thanks everyone. Copying in an old Resource file did the trick. We're up and running.
    Posted to General by Al Het on Sat, Mar 17 2018
  • Re: Bibles gone on Libronix

    I'm not sure how adoring I was, but Libronix has been the most effortless Logos tool for the way I've studied passages. On my main computer, I HAVE moved on to the modern form of Logos, but I haven't bought the upgrades or crossgrades, so the process has gotten a bit more tedious, but I've adapted. The biggest problem with newer versions is that they
    Posted to General by Al Het on Sat, Mar 17 2018
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