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  • Re: EEC for 2017

    [quote user="Mattillo"] When might this be available on mobile sir? [/quote] It should be available on Mobile. Let me know if you're still having trouble accessing it. Thanks!
    Posted to Lexham Press by Justin on Fri, Jun 2 2017
  • Re: EEC for 2017

    I can confirm that EEC Philippians will be released in Logos today. We apologize for the delayed update regarding Amos, Jonah & Micah. I can confirm that the volume is written and currently in review with the series editors. Once the series editors have finished reviewing, it will be sent to us for copyediting. Right now we're tentatively projecting
    Posted to Lexham Press by Justin on Wed, May 31 2017
  • Re: Try out the interactive version of Start Next Now – Free!

    Thanks for letting us know. We'll look into the Firefox issue. Much appreciated!
    Posted to General by Justin on Thu, Nov 17 2016
  • Re: Try out the interactive version of Start Next Now – Free!

    Thanks MJ. What browser are you using? I just tried it in Chrome and it worked. We'll look into the issue. Much appreciated!
    Posted to General by Justin on Wed, Nov 16 2016
  • Re: Try out the interactive version of Start Next Now – Free!

    If you purchased the book earlier, you should have access to the interactive version. Try going to https://startnextnow.com/Read . You may need to log in.
    Posted to General by Justin on Wed, Nov 16 2016
  • Try out the interactive version of Start Next Now – Free!

    At StartNextNow.com/Read , we re-imagined what a book could be. The reading experience is one of a kind and we’d love to hear what you think about it. Click here to get it free! Logos Bible Software was Bob Pritchett's own ‘next’ when he was just 19 years old, and Start Next Now is the advice and gentle push he gives employees, interns
    Posted to General by Justin on Wed, Nov 16 2016
  • EEC Update

    Good news: EEC Philippians is on track to be released by the end of the year. To ensure quality, all 500,000+ words have been through several rounds of review and editorial. It’s in great shape and we’re excited to release this volume by Mark Keown. Unfortunately, EEC Jeremiah will not be released this year like we hoped. Walt Kaiser has
    Posted to Lexham Press by Justin on Fri, Oct 21 2016
  • Re: Windows 10, Office 365, Word, and "additional actions"

    okay, wow! I "walked by faith" through the scary steps you pointed me to in the "steps in Logos wiki => https://wiki.logos.com/Smart_Tags allow additional actions to be used" and it worked! So thankful!
    Posted to General by Andrew Callaway on Wed, Oct 12 2016
  • Re: Windows 10, Office 365, Word, and "additional actions"

    I use 64-bit and wow, I have no idea how to do all that was stated on that link you sent.
    Posted to General by Andrew Callaway on Tue, Oct 11 2016
  • Windows 10, Office 365, Word, and "additional actions"

    Prior to last week, I was able to easily paste Scripture passages in MS Word 2016 from Office 365. Last week (10/2016) I updated Windows 10 to the anniversary edition and I can no longer easily paste Scripture using the "additional actions" function in Word. Does anybody know how I can access that feature in Word again?
    Posted to General by Andrew Callaway on Mon, Oct 10 2016
  • Re: Evangetical Exegetical Commentary for 2016

    Right now, EEC Jeremiah and EEC Philippians are on track to be released in Logos by the end of the year. EEC Exodus and EEC Esther are on track to be released in print by November. EEC Jeremiah is very close. It's been through several rounds of writing/academic review/revision. We just finished up copyediting and it needs one last quick review before
    Posted to Lexham Press by Justin on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: Reformed Dogmatics

    Hi Michael, Thanks for your question. Richard Gaffin is currently reviewing the last volume. We're estimating a Fall 2016 release.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Justin on Mon, Feb 8 2016
  • Re: EEC Release Dates

    Quick update on the EEC regarding the points above: Many of the 2016 release dates are unlikely (a handful have been revised since the start of this thread) It's difficult for our authors and editors to project accurate release dates —the work often ends up being more involved than they originally anticipate. We are continually working with the editors
    Posted to General by Justin on Mon, Dec 14 2015
  • Re: Start Next Now Question

    [quote user="Stephen Steele"] The blog post says the book is now available on audible. Can anyone find it there? [/quote] It is currently in Audible/Amazon's review queue. It should show up any day now (and no later than next Thursday 10/29, assuming there are no issues). Apologies for the delay. You can also get the audio files now if you purchase
    Posted to General by Justin on Fri, Oct 23 2015
  • Re: Start Next Now Twitter Q&A

    Reminder that in less than 30 minutes (at 12:30 PST), Bob will be taking over @Logos Twitter for a live Q&A! Ask your questions using #StartNextNow
    Posted to General by Justin on Fri, Oct 23 2015
  • Re: New EEC Volumes

    The app update is currently in review. It should be fixed later this week or early next week. Apologies for the wait!
    Posted to Lexham Press by Justin on Mon, Oct 19 2015
  • Re: New EEC Volumes

    These volumes aren't currently available on mobile. This is a known issue and we're working on resolving it.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Justin on Wed, Oct 7 2015
  • Now Available: The Other Worldview

    The Other Worldview: Exposing Christianity’s Greatest Threat by Peter Jones released today! Here's what people are saying about it: " A must-read for every concerned American—and especially for every Christian who weeps at the graveside of his culture.” —From the foreword by R.C. Sproul “Peter shows how the biblical gospel of salvation from sin in Christ
    Posted to Lexham Press by Justin on Wed, Jun 24 2015
  • Re: Free Book of the Month (June 2015) Live

    [quote user="André Kamphuis"] There are about 13 volumes that say ' TBA ' under ' Estimated Publication Date '. Does that mean that these volumes will be published even later than the latest date mentioned on the website (2019, Job)? Or might they be published sooner? Would it be possible to give an estimated year of publication (e.g. "2017, or 2017
    Posted to General by Justin on Tue, Jun 2 2015
  • Re: Evangelical Exegetical Commentaries - Release Dates

    Please see other thread for a more in-depth EEC update: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/105667/731828.aspx#731828
    Posted to General by Justin on Mon, Jun 1 2015
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