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  • Re: Kingdom Through Covenant First vs Second Edition

    I have just started a class with TNARS on Covenant Theology, and as they will be teaching from the WCF side, I am digging deep to understand the Baptist side. Of course, I am learning there is not just one view. The SBC guys (Wellum, Schreiner, etc), are not 1689, but are Progressive Covenantalists. Did not even know what that was. Still not clear on
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Wed, May 8 2019
  • Re: Kingdom Through Covenant First vs Second Edition

    The 5th lecture addresses this book. Thought this may be helpful to folks interested in this book and its subject. https://rbseminary.org/featured/2018/9/3/covenant-theology-seminar -Michael
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Mon, May 6 2019
  • Re: Why should I buy HALOT?

    In the Mobile Ed course- Learn how to use Greek and Hebrew, the two main recommended resources are BDAG for Greek and HALOT for Hebrew.
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Sun, May 5 2019
  • Re: Warren Wiersbe went home to the Lord

    I was blessed to hear him at a conference in 2003 Jacksonville Florida (at the time the shuttle Columbia exploded). His exposition and delivery was definitely top notch and was noticeably better than his peers. He was and will continue to be a blessing to God's church.
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Sat, May 4 2019
  • Re: Section of a work request

    Thank you Robert!
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Sat, May 4 2019
  • Re: Section of a work request

    Thank you Robert. I wonder what "shepherding" entails...That flow chart may be helpful.
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Thu, May 2 2019
  • Section of a work request

    I was hoping someone who has the resource, "40 Questions and Answers About Elders and Deacons" by Merkle, could share the section that begins on page 241. I appreciate the help. -Michael
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Wed, May 1 2019
  • Re: May "Free Book of the Month"

    Seems to me this is exactly the same FBOM that was offered not long ago... I already have all 3 that are this month's offering.
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Wed, May 1 2019
  • Thoughts on this resource?

    I have a pre-pub that is about to drop, and want to evaluate if I really should dig in to keep it or if I will survive letting it go (j/k). Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, Volume XVI https://www.logos.com/product/166823/theological-dictionary-of-the-old-testament-volume-xvi Thoughts?
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Tue, Apr 16 2019
  • Re: CSB trouble

    [quote user="Alan Palmer (Faithlife)"] Thanks for the bug report. We'll take a look. [/quote] Hello Alan, this issue still has not been resolved.
    Posted to Logos 9 Web App by Michael S. on Wed, Apr 10 2019
  • Re: Help with a word in a resource

    Thank you Mark and Phil.
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Fri, Apr 5 2019
  • Re: Help with a word in a resource

    Mark, let me check my understanding- are you saying there is not a separate Greek word that is hupostasis ? I just want to make sure I am clear before I correct my paper. I know that often a single letter can make a huge difference like: The word homoousios means "same substance", whereas the word homoiousios means "similar substance".
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Thu, Apr 4 2019
  • Re: Most Important Logos 8 Bugs and Improvements for Academic/Seminary Users

    [quote user="Reuben Helmuth"]Here's something that would be really nice... partner with www.academia.edu to have all their academic papers available[/quote] I went to check this site out, and it gives two options to sign up: Google or FaceBook. I clicked the Google button and nothing happened.
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Thu, Apr 4 2019
  • Help with a word in a resource

    I need someone to double check a word in a resource- Dictionary of Theological Terms, by Alan Cairns 2002. Page 218: In Greek, hupostasis signifies “essence” or “substance.” It comes from a word meaning “to subsist,” literally “to stand under,” and therefore denotes a real, personal subsistence. Philosophically, hypostasis emphasized essence as distinct
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Thu, Apr 4 2019
  • Re: What are the March Madness "must haves?"

    I wonder if the first resource here is in line with the second resource. Is it just more focused, but not adding anything new?: https://www.logos.com/product/29465/jesus-as-the-fulfillment-of-the-temple-in-the-gospel-of-john With https://www.logos.com/product/80707/the-temple-and-the-churchs-mission-a-biblical-theology-of-the-dwelling-place-of-god
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Tue, Mar 26 2019
  • Re: What are the March Madness "must haves?"

    [quote user="Liam Maguire"]Therefore, we must all proceed with an extreme measure of intellectual humility and charitableness to the views of those who disagree with us[/quote] Excellent!
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Sun, Mar 24 2019
  • Re: What are the March Madness "must haves?"

    I was glad to see Motyer's Isaiah made the sale. It has been on my list for a while. D.A. Carson highly recommends him. https://www.logos.com/product/601/the-prophecy-of-isaiah
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Mon, Mar 18 2019
  • Re: Most Important Logos 8 Bugs and Improvements for Academic/Seminary Users

    [quote user="Lee"] it may need to provide "paper citation" and "electronic citation" variants.[/quote] I believe that just because a book has been digitized does not mean the citation changes (dependent upon the format of citation like MLA, Turabian, etc.). If I cite a page from the Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary, it does not matter if it is the paper
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Mon, Mar 18 2019
  • Re: Best Exegetical Work on Isaiah?

    D.A. Carson highly recommends Motyer's work. It is part of the MM sale too. https://www.logos.com/product/601/the-prophecy-of-isaiah
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Mon, Mar 18 2019
  • Re: Most Important Logos 8 Bugs and Improvements for Academic/Seminary Users

    Works Cited. What good is it if when I copy and paste from a resource, the works citation is not correctly formatted? It even lets you pick the format (Turabian, Chicago, etc..), why if it is not correctly formatted?
    Posted to General by Michael S. on Sun, Mar 17 2019
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