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  • Massive flaw in pricing for base packages!

    I don't want to be alarmist but here's the new to me section of Logos 7 std Gold library: English Bibles Value if sold separately The New Testament: Translated from the Critical Text of Von Tischendorf; With an Introduction on the Criticism, Translation, and Interpretation of the Book $9.99 Biblical Commentaries Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture
    Posted to Logos 7 by Colin on Mon, Oct 10 2016
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Passage Guide equivalent to Grammar section of Exegetical Guide

    I think this is a great idea MJ! Colin.
    Posted to Suggestions by Colin on Thu, Oct 6 2016
  • Re: Thank Your Pastor for a Chance to Win Logos 7 Gold!

    Hi DAL, There are times when the opinions you express on these forums is less than constructive but this is surely a destructive and damaging opinion that says more I think about you than it does about pastors and missionaries. There are sadly those I'm sure who resemble the picture you have painted but James 3:1 is enough to say about them. All of
    Posted to General by Colin on Wed, Oct 5 2016
  • Re: O'Brien NSBT volumes

    [quote user="DAL"]You're just saying that because some weirdo wanted to quote a comment of yours in his paper.[/quote] Hi DAL, That comment seems unjustifiable to me in all kinds of ways. If you take time to read MJ's other contributions to the plagiarism threads you'll see that MJ is certainly not basing her opinion on this episode. She is simply using
    Posted to General by Colin on Sat, Oct 1 2016
  • Re: Best resources for learning Greek and Hebrew

    [quote user="James Taylor"]You can also supplement with video from DailyDoseofGreek.com and DailyDoseofHebew.com[/quote] These are both excellent resources. If you want to learn Hebrew, it is best to use the text-book by Futato which the Daily Dose site is designed to complement. I am a Hebrew lecturer and *almost* feel redundant when I see how a student
    Posted to General by Colin on Wed, Sep 28 2016
  • Re: JETS Tagging Problems

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]From the version and filename (LBXLLS) I can tell that this is quite an old resource that won't have been marked up in accordance with our current standards. It won't have label tagging, per-article citations, newer data type references, and possibly not even thorough Bible reference tagging.[/quote] Although
    Posted to General by Colin on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • Problem with Topic Guide - anger/danger

    I'm finishing off for a sermon tomorrow on David and Nabal and decided to have a quick look under the topic of 'anger'. For some reason, the topic guide links the topic of anger with 'destruction, displeasure and wrath'. The 2nd and 3rd are obviously linked to anger but the idea of destruction surely belongs in a separate topic. Lots of sermons were
    Posted to General by Colin on Sat, Sep 10 2016
  • Re: Dispensational Commendatary Recommendation

    Hi Dal, You must be unaware of the 5 reformation solas: they are not contradictory or redundant but complementary. Sola Fide , by faith alone. Sola Scriptura , by Scripture alone. Solus Christus , through Christ alone. Sola Gratia , by grace alone. Soli Deo Gloria , glory to God alone. I am aware that English is a 2nd language to you but I wanted to
    Posted to General by Colin on Fri, Sep 9 2016
  • Re: Temporary licenses

    The Piper videos you mention were initially available with Logos Now on a temporary basis. But then they became 'Free Book of the Month' so most folk probably downloaded them at that stage and got a permanent license. Colin
    Posted to Logos 7 by Colin on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Martin Luther - which works do I want?

    Hi David, It is part of the standard volume of Luther's works in English (beginning at p. 428 as can be seen from the title page). LW 54 itself has 516 pages and consists of a selection from over 7,000 conversations in the German edition. In my opinion, Table Talk can be entertaining but it is not one of the more representative and authoritative parts
    Posted to Lutheran Products by Colin on Mon, Sep 5 2016
  • Re: Martin Luther - which works do I want?

    Hi SineNomine, I think Mark's suggestion is an excellent one. Though I suspect for your purposes that primary works (without editorial comments coming from an evangelical protestant perspective) may be more useful. In any case, here are the primary works of Luther in these 2 volumes. Each one has a separate editorial introduction. Volume 1. Disputation
    Posted to Lutheran Products by Colin on Mon, Sep 5 2016
  • Re: Kimchi's commentary on Psalms

    Indeed. I suspect that Wikipedia may be the reason for this. Rather than reproducing the ḥ, Wikipedia incorrectly uses a simple h. That is the transliteration of an entirely separate Hebrew letter. Colin.
    Posted to Jewish Products by Colin on Mon, Sep 5 2016
  • Re: Mistake: Rabbi David Kimchi's Commentary upon the Prophecies of Zechariah

    I agree. Product pages are not an area in which Logos always excels, I find.... Colin.
    Posted to Jewish Products by Colin on Mon, Sep 5 2016
  • Re: Show multiple resource view Hebrew oversized

    Hi Denise, I'm glad I said 'most' You seem to be a very competent Hebraist so unlike many of us, you probably don't need the vowels to make sense of the text. But I like your thought - surely the range can be extended more generally and an option there to decrease the size in the MR window if desired. Colin.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Colin on Sun, Sep 4 2016
  • Re: Mistake: Rabbi David Kimchi's Commentary upon the Prophecies of Zechariah

    I am amused though at the anachronistic shortening of Alexander McCaul's name to Alex! Kimchi should probably be listed as author since McCaul is a translator and editor. Colin.
    Posted to Jewish Products by Colin on Sun, Sep 4 2016
  • Re: Show multiple resource view Hebrew oversized

    I'm with Jack and Matthew. Given several similar looking letters and the tiny vowel points, Hebrew is more easily read in a larger font size. I suspect that most of the users who read the Hebrew text will be in agreement. Colin.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Colin on Sun, Sep 4 2016
  • Re: Mistake: Rabbi David Kimchi's Commentary upon the Prophecies of Zechariah

    Hi SineNomine, I've read this commentary and actually this could receive either a Christian or a Jewish tag. The reason for this is that it is not simply a translation of Kimchi's commentary, it is in fact a translation with significant editorial comments by a Christian translator - Alexander McCaul. McCaul is seeking to show that the Jewish interpretation
    Posted to Jewish Products by Colin on Sun, Sep 4 2016
  • Re: Kimchi's commentary on Psalms

    There are 3 spellings used for Radak (a Jewish acronym Rabbi David Kimchi) in this thread and a case could be made that none of them are wrong, although there is less justification for using a q to begin his name. An h with a dot underneath is used interchangeably with as 'ch' to represent the hebrew letter chet or ḥ. Colin.
    Posted to Jewish Products by Colin on Sun, Sep 4 2016
  • Re: Vale Alec Motyer

    Alec Motyer was one of the most wonderful, heart-warming Bible teachers I've heard. He was also an incredibly gifted Hebrew scholar. I remember sitting beside him at a Conference in Northern Ireland chatting when I had just finished the first year of my ministerial training. In those days we did Greek in first year and Hebrew in second. He asked me
    Posted to General by Colin on Sat, Aug 27 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    Thanks Jeffrey. My PhD was in Old Testament. My subject was Christ in the OT. I approached that by comparing Calvin's commentary on Zechariah with Luther's and that of the wonderfully named Theodore of Mopsuestia! I'm far from being a power user but was able to find page numbers in my primary texts and in the journals I referred to. I guess I just happened
    Posted to General by Colin on Thu, Aug 25 2016
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