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  • Re: Morphology Search and Syntax

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] For your first question see https://wiki.logos.com/Search_Matching_Commands [/quote] Thanks for the link and the info that answers my question quite nicely.
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Re: Search capabilities of resources

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] Some users have asked Logos to expose such data to the shop. [/quote] Thanks for that information and for the list. I was looking at the resources in the store and couldn't tell which resources could do what searches, like the Lexham Discourse Bundle. I looked at the resources in my liberary that were able to be used in clause
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sun, Jan 3 2016
  • Search capabilities of resources

    Does anyone know how to tell the search capabilities of various resources? I looked at SBLGNT and it didn't specify that it was morphologically tagged, but it can be morph searched. It appears that all greek text can be morph searched (correct me if I'm wrong), but if that's the case why do some resources state that they are morphologically tagged while
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sat, Jan 2 2016
  • Morphology Search and Syntax

    It appears logos does not allow accent sensetive searching in Greek or Hebrew is that correct? Also, is it possible to conduct a morphology search that will only return results that meat certain syntactic criteria so as to search syntax in resources that have not by syntactically tagged?
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sat, Jan 2 2016
  • Re: Advanced Exegesis

    [quote user="Paul"] You already have a number of good recommendations...I hesitate to add another, but as I read the post and especially your responses I thought this might be a resource that could be of help to you. I don't have it in Logos, but I have the 2nd edition in print and it does a nice job of laying out various aspects of the hermeneutical
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sat, Jun 13 2015
  • Re: Advanced Exegesis

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] I'll suggest the that you give my list a closer look. The broader approach, despite Francis calling it "academic", allows you to leverage what you do know or are particularly interested in and apply it to Bible study. History, literature, farming, fishing, boat building ... ell have their application at some point in Bible interpretation
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sat, Jun 13 2015
  • Re: Advanced Exegesis

    At this point I'm not looking to prepair sermons, as I'm not a pastor.I just want to depen my understanding of the Word intellectually and on a heart level. I do understand that the ability to employ certain techniques requires a lot of work. So I'm not looking to be proficient at any of them tomorrow. At this point I'm focusing on becoming proficent
    Posted to General by Daniel on Wed, Jun 10 2015
  • Re: Sentence Diagramming

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] There are three basic styles of parse trees used in linguistics - constituency, dependency and x-bar. Nearly every text for introduction to linguistics or introduction to syntax will include a section on drawing tree diagrams. Some places to start: http://www.nativlang.com/linguistics/grammar-xbar-lessons.php http://www.umiacs
    Posted to General by Daniel on Mon, Jun 8 2015
  • Re: Advanced Exegesis

    [quote user="Steve Maling"] Currently available in Logos: Deppe, Dean B. All Roads Lead to the Text: Eight Methods of Inquiry into the Bible . Grand Rapids, MI; Cambridge, U.K.: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2011. [/quote] Thanks so much, that looks like the closest thing so far to what I'm looking for.
    Posted to General by Daniel on Mon, Jun 8 2015
  • Re: Advanced Exegesis

    [quote user="Lee"] That's a laudable goal. However, if you're into "advanced" stuff any linear method is going to break down depending on the specific passage or issue you're looking at. For that reason, Osborne has likened the process to a " hermeneutical spiral ". You go one way, pick up your information and clues, and suddenly another angle strikes
    Posted to General by Daniel on Mon, Jun 8 2015
  • Re: Advanced Exegesis

    I am familiar with most of the resources mentioned so far. But they aren't quite the take I was looking for. Perhapse my previous post will help clarify.
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sun, Jun 7 2015
  • Re: Advanced Exegesis

    [quote user="Dave"] What you're looking for won't be covered in a single resource. [/quote] Yes, I was hoping for a single resource. Thanks for your suggestions though. I wanted somthing to lay out a way to systematically work through the topics I mentioned with theology as the end goal. I know I can think through things logically and lay out my own
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sun, Jun 7 2015
  • Re: Sentence Diagramming

    Thanks, Those sound like useful books. What I'm thinking of looks something like what you'll see in this link http://www.ductape.net/~eppie/tree/screenshots.html
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sun, Jun 7 2015
  • Advanced Exegesis

    Anyone know a good book for learning advanced exegesis? I'm looking for something that would cover the following: Original Language Syntax Text Critisism Diagramming Grammar Discourse Word Studies (There may be more in there area, I'm note sure) Historical/Cultural Contex Theology (Anything else? I don't know all the subjects to cover) Thanks for your
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sun, Jun 7 2015
  • Re: Sentence Diagramming

    [quote user="Fredc"] You mat want to check this video out. It is about 1.5 hours long, but it has some good basic information. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pV4pvmmfilo [/quote] Thanks, I'll check it out. It looks like a good refresher as I've had experience with line diagramming before. But I don't know anything about tree diagramming. I'm assuming
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sun, Jun 7 2015
  • Re: Sentence Diagramming

    [quote user="davidphillips"] Schreiner has an excellent section on diagramming in Interpreting the Pauline Epistles . Also, Kantenwein has a book specifically devoted to the topic, Diagrammatical Analysis . Kantenwein is cheaper, but Schreiner's book covers more ground and might be more useful in the long run. There are also some aspects of Kantenwein
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sun, Jun 7 2015
  • Re: Sentence Diagramming

    Do you know any good books for learning tree diagramming?
    Posted to General by Daniel on Sat, Jun 6 2015
  • Re: tag highlights

    Hello, Thanks for the answer. I did spend some time learning to use the Labels feature. And it may work for what I'm trying to accomplish. Here are some examples of what I tried. In this example I created a Label called "tag" made the Attribute Name "tag" and the Value "Simon; Peter; Paul" I ran the following search and I was able to get the results
    Posted to Suggestions by Daniel on Sat, Mar 28 2015
  • Re: tag highlights

    Hello, Thanks for the information on labeling, however that isn't quite what I was thinking. I think tagging the biblical text and resources would accomplish something a little different. For example: Pr 27:15-16 A continual dripping on a very rainy day, And a contentious woman are alike; Whoever restrains her restrains the wind, And grasps oil with
    Posted to Suggestions by Daniel on Fri, Mar 27 2015
  • Re: memorize

    Thanks for the reply! That isn't quite what I mean. I think that only adjusts the order in which words in a verse are hidden. I was refering to the quiz setting. You can change practice to quize. When quiz is selected the verses in a passage list are quized in random order. And that's really challenging. Certainly it's a nice way to quiz but I would
    Posted to Suggestions by Daniel on Thu, Mar 26 2015
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