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  • Re: Note file that shows the changes between the ESV 2001 and 2007 text

    James C., I just wanted to say a big thank you to you for the work you did here. Your labors have been a great help to me. I think that, like my, your little project sends an implicit message that is as important as its explicit message—namely that the revisions didn't change a whole lot. Paragraph after paragraph is precisely the
    Posted to Logos Notes by Mark Ward on Mon, Feb 3 2020
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    The overall concern some forum participants have voiced, particularly SineNomine and Devin Roza, that the LST describes Roman Catholic theology in terms it would not use for itself is one we at Lexham/Faithlife take very seriously. So let me reiterate that I am very open to specific feedback on objectionable statements. I’ve read back through all seven
    Posted to Lexham Press by Mark Ward on Mon, Nov 19 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    The Lexham Survey of Theology was produced by Calvinists, Arminians, Anglicans, Lutherans, and other Protestants. The editorial team (mainly me) did require that they all be "objective, sympathetic, and reverent" within the "small-'o' orthodox" Christian tradition. When "sympathetic," in a few first drafts, undermined "objective" by leaving out opposing
    Posted to Lexham Press by Mark Ward on Mon, Nov 5 2018
  • Re: Duplicate a BibleWorks feature in Logos

    [quote user="Mark Fuss"] ... The one feature of the BibleWorks Report Generation that made it so helpful to me but that I forget to mention is being able to print the report and use it in that way. I typically use paper and pen for my note taking, so printing the report fit right into my workflow. I look forward to learning and working with Logos.
    Posted to General by Mark Ward on Thu, Jun 14 2018
  • Re: Bringing Your BibleWorks User Content to Logos

    @Mark Fuss, a few years ago I made the same transition you're making, from using BibleWorks for all textual work to using Logos for that work. Logos has a slightly different approach here. It "generates reports" in its guides. The Exegetical Guide is probably the closest approximation, and you can watch a training video on that tool here: https://www
    Posted to General by Mark Ward on Thu, Jun 14 2018
  • Re: Creating slides within sermon editor

    Yes, Andrew, the idea is that you get your text into your visuals via the Sermon Editor but edit your visuals in Proclaim or PowerPoint. We could start including all the editing features common to Proclaim and PowerPoint within Sermon Editor, but in my estimation that would unnecessarily duplicate (and therefore confuse and complicate) the functionality
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Ward on Fri, Oct 28 2016
  • Re: Would you make your Sermon Documents public?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Ward on Thu, Sep 22 2016
  • Re: Suggestion: Media Upload

    Thank you for this suggestion. It is currently being discussed actively.
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark Ward on Fri, Sep 9 2016
  • Re: Logos Academic Blog - gone?

    It is on hiatus until appropriate (hu)manpower can be allocated. A stable of articles has been started, however.
    Posted to General by Mark Ward on Thu, Sep 8 2016
  • Re: Did The King Have Sex With Esther At First Night?

    Just stumbled across this thread. It's interesting to note that there are apocryphal additions to Esther , almost certainly Jewish in origin since they appear in the LXX, which seek to justify the characters (and character!) of Mordecai and Esther at precisely the points where the canonical story leaves their character in doubt. This fact, in my mind
    Posted to Faithlife Study Bible by Mark Ward on Sat, Sep 3 2016
  • Re: From blog: Can this really be done?

    Good call, gentlemen. I spent some time trying to decide how much detail to get into with that line—apparently I erred too much on the side of brevity. It is true that you cannot type tabs directly into the notes field at this point. I have a bare-bones text editor mapped to a keyboard shortcut, and I just typed it in there with the tabs and pasted
    Posted to Logos 6 by Mark Ward on Sat, Sep 19 2015
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