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  • Re: Not an exegetical question

    "How would you study Scripture if all that you had was Scripture (and, perhaps, your own notes and friends)?" Sentence diagrams Terry Cook sDg
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Mon, Nov 7 2011
  • Re: Diagram and TOV of Greek 2Timothy ch 4

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Terry Cook"]TOV[/quote] What does TOV stand for? [/quote] Terry's Own Version
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Wed, Sep 28 2011
  • Re: Diagram and TOV of Greek 2Timothy ch 4

    I have posted them here in the forums but not real recent. I'mfairly certain they'd be easy to find. Terry sDg
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Tue, Sep 27 2011
  • Diagram and TOV of Greek 2Timothy ch 4

    Attached is a R/K diagram of chapter 4 of 2Timothy from the Greek text. The diagram is built using L3 but easily converts to L4. As far as I know it will not work with a Mac. Also, below is the TOV of 2Timothy. Terry Cook sDg I Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus, by the will of God, according to the promise of life that is in Christ Jesus, send greetings
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Sun, Sep 25 2011
  • Re: Galatians Commentary recommendations

    [quote user="David Sawyer"] We're about to start a new sermon series going through the book of Galatians which I am very excited about. Does anyone have any recommendations for excellent commentaries/books on this book? I have the platinum logos edition, but am more than happy to buy an extra book if it's not in part of that package. Thanks! [/quote
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Mon, Aug 15 2011
  • Re: Many Volunteer Posts (MVP) Milestone 8,000 = Thanks to Dave Hooton :)

    Dave is and has been one of, if not the number 1 Logos user. Dave is as knowledgeable about this product as anyone. He is always a gentleman preferring to steer away from controversial topics. Always gentle with newcomers in giving understandable answers and going the extra mile to be gentle. I can't begin to count the number of ways Dave has helped
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Tue, Aug 2 2011
  • Re: Question about verbs and nouns

    The Greek word ἐχάρησαν is the main verb in this clause. The verb is a 3rd person plural (they); the pronoun is more or less "built in." The Greek word translated "they saw" is ἰδόντες a plural aorist participle functioning adverbially- "they saw" or "having seen" is fairly close. I might English it: After having seen the star, they rejoiced.... Terry
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Tue, Aug 2 2011
  • Re: Is the "Learn to use Greek" DVD wrong?

    [quote user="Lankford Oxendine"] During the Accusative section ,the comment was made that the Greek accusative when used with transitive verbs take on an adverbial nature. Shouldn't that be accusative with intransitive verbs take on an adverbial nature? [/quote] " The adverbial accusative is really nothing more than a loose use of the accusative with
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Wed, Jul 27 2011
  • Greek diagram of chapter 3 of 2Timothy

    Enclosed you will find a zip file of 2Timothy chapter 3. The file is a Greek sentence diagram built using a modified Reed/Kellogg method of "Stick" diagramming. The diagram is built using L3 but easily converts to L4. One important feature of this diagram is the TOV, my personal Greek to English translation: 3 You can be certain of this- in the last
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Sun, Jul 17 2011
  • Re: The Works of John Gill

    John Gill (1697 – 1771) was an English Baptist pastor, biblical scholar, and theologian who was a staunch Calvinist. His most wonderful published work is the "Cause of God and Truth," a book I've owned and cherished for years. From this book alone I have discovered more nuggets of understanding than perhaps any theology book I own (over 1,200). Let
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Sat, Jul 16 2011
  • Re: NIV disappointment

    [quote user="alabama24"] [quote user="Mathew Voth"] Pretty sure he is refering to this blog posting: http://www.patheos.com/community/bibleandculture/2011/06/27/words-that-make-a-difference-tapeinoo/ [/quote] Matthew - Actually It was today's blog. The link is below. [quote user="Terry Cook"] I've looked carefully at each translation and I can't see
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Thu, Jun 30 2011
  • Re: NIV disappointment

    [quote user="Mathew Voth"] Pretty sure he is refering to this blog posting: http://www.patheos.com/community/bibleandculture/2011/06/27/words-that-make-a-difference-tapeinoo/ [/quote] Phil 2:4 is not mentioned in this blog posting. Terry Cook sDg
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Thu, Jun 30 2011
  • Re: NIV disappointment

    [quote user="alabama24"] However, I was investigating a translation issue in Philippians 2:4 that Ben Witherington brought to my attention in his blog. I noticed that the NIV2011 had the better translation over my primary study translation (ESV). [/quote] I've looked carefully at each translation and I can't see a nickels worth of difference. The Greek
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Wed, Jun 29 2011
  • Re: Greek diagram of the 2nd chapter of 2Timothy

    [quote user="Milford Charles Murray"]Once more I get to thank you, Terry, for enriching my life. [/quote] Charlie, You are one of my great joys in life and I look forward to a very long friendship...... on the other side :-) Terry sDg
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Mon, Jun 27 2011
  • Re: Greek diagram of the 2nd chapter of 2Timothy

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] I much prefer to do my own research, I appreciate the opportunity to compare my work with that of others. [/quote] If you have comments or suggestions I would love to hear them! I am not always confident on some of the more grammatically difficult passages. While I think them through and check with experts in my LDLS library
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Mon, Jun 27 2011
  • Greek diagram of the 2nd chapter of 2Timothy

    Greetings, Attached is chapter 2 of Paul's second letter to his beloved Timothy. The diagram is built using a modified Reed/Kellogg sestem designed for English grammar and used during the '60's when I was a boy. Part of the diagramming process for me is translating the Greek, the TOV is the result: 2 Now then, you my son, do not falter, but be strengthened
    Posted to General by Terry Cook on Mon, Jun 27 2011
  • Re: Where O where is my frend Dave Hooton?

    Your morph search worked... sorta. I got 7,00 hits- far too many to sift through. I'll play around with morph search and see if I can get fewer and more accurate results. Thanks Terry sDg
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Terry Cook on Tue, Jun 21 2011
  • Re: Where O where is my frend Dave Hooton?

    What do you think George, is this construction unusual? Zerwik and a couple others seem to indicate the object is the genitive noun!! Also, what the heck a "walkabout?" Terry sDg
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Terry Cook on Tue, Jun 21 2011
  • Where O where is my frend Dave Hooton?

    Hi Dave, Over the years you, and you alone seem to have all the best answrs for seaching questions. What method, if any, would be best to determine how many times a preposition occurs with an adjective as it's object in the GNT? One possible example is 2Timothy 2:16 - EPI PLEION. I'll buy you an iced tea on my next trip to your area of the world :-
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Terry Cook on Tue, Jun 21 2011
  • Re: Searching the Greek text for a certain construction

    Thanks Rick. I think you'll agree 733 prepositional phrases with an ADJECTIVE as it's object is probably too high of a number. The 2Timothy passage I cited is the first time I THINK I've come across the construction and that's why it struck me as odd and that's why I've posted my question. Maybe it's a regular occurrence? Terry sDg
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Terry Cook on Mon, Jun 20 2011
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