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  • Re: What must I do to be saved? Research

    Now, for a set of American Tourister luggage, the Maytag washer and dryer, AND, the chance to come back next week, answer the following correctly: For all who reject "works righteousness" and subscribe to Justification by faith (alone): Is true/genuine faith "prescriptive" or "descriptive"? (Hint: The answer is not both/and, it is either/or)
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Jun 8 2022
  • Re: Traditional vs New Perspectives on Paul

    [quote user="Christian Alexander"] What is the difference between the traditional views on Paul and the New Perspective of Paul movement? I know the New Perspective is contentious and lofty. I also know that Sanders, Dunn, and Wright are the three major proponents. Any advice on how to study this in Logos? [/quote] Quintessential answer to New Perspective
    Posted to General by JRS on Fri, Mar 18 2022
  • Re: What preachers to to watch or listen to?

    Dr. David Martyn Lloyd-Jones (rigorously biblical - never to be found chasing the ball in the pop-psych or issue-of-the-day or secular-motivational weeds) Dr. S. Lewis Johnson (also rigorously biblical - never to be found chasing the ball in the pop-psych or issue-of-the-day or secular-motivational weeds ; was a huge help to me personally when I became
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Mar 2 2022
  • Re: What happens to my books when I die?

    [quote user="DMB"]I was thinking more along the lines of being able to 'reappear' after your death ... maybe a Proclaim module, special prayers for the disinterested, newspaper clippings to your own desires, digital flowers (with aromas) ... the list is pretty endless (but not eternal). I tried to think of how you could fit in a collection ... that
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Feb 23 2022
  • Re: What happens to my books when I die?

    [quote user="DMB"]FL would be crazy (exagerating) to get into the death-management business.[/quote] Don't forget the possibility/probability of Capital Gains taxes once any politician gets wind of the fact that theology books only increase in cost/value as the years roll along. FL would have to hire a entire department of bean-counters and IT types
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Feb 23 2022
  • Re: Logos and the Ventilator

    [quote user="GaoLu"]How on earth can I ever read all these great books before I go to Heaven?[/quote] There are different ways to "read" a book ... might I suggest How to Read a Book: The Classic Guide to Intelligent Reading by Mortimer Adler and Charles van Doren?
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Feb 20 2022
  • Re: Effect of Windows 11 on operation of LOGOS?

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"]The "update driver" command did not help. I had to browse the net to find the newest driver for this computer and graphics card.[/quote] I recommend " Snappy Driver Installer " (aka SDI) to find and install all drivers for anyone's PC. You'd be amazed at how many (and how often) hardware drivers get updated - and yet, you never
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Feb 17 2022
  • Re: preachers on holiness

    https://www.logos.com/product/6490/let-go-and-let-god-a-survey-and-analysis-of-keswick-theology
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Jan 2 2022
  • Re: FWIW: Logos Benchmark - Before and After AlderLake Upgrade

    [quote user="Ben"] Not only will it not be cheap, you’ll get an hour on battery. Also Lake is power HUNGRY. https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2021/11/intels-alder-lake-big-little-cpu-design-tested-its-a-barn-burner/ [/quote] At the risk of sounding like a red-faced, hyperventilating Intel fanboy, and also for the sake of anyone who might be interested
    Posted to General by JRS on Tue, Nov 16 2021
  • Re: FWIW: Logos Benchmark - Before and After AlderLake Upgrade

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]Dual-channel memory architecture threatens to double the bandwidth but rarely achieves better than 20%. The DDR5 at 2x DDR4 has only achieved a 15% increase. Disappointing, but faster memory usually comes with an increased 'brake' (latency) which drastically limits the actual speed increase. PCIe definitely goes closer to achieving
    Posted to General by JRS on Mon, Nov 15 2021
  • Re: FWIW: Logos Benchmark - Before and After AlderLake Upgrade

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"]It makes me wonder how much those new Alderlake laptops will cost. I'm guessing it will not be cheap.[/quote] "Cheap", of course is a totally relative/subjective term. But the takeaway is that Intel is now spanking AMD's behind in terms of performance and cost. Free market competition - ya gotta love it! Personally, I would
    Posted to General by JRS on Mon, Nov 15 2021
  • FWIW: Logos Benchmark - Before and After AlderLake Upgrade

    The systems: Previous New Core i9 9900k (oc'd to 4.5 GHz) Core i9 12900k (P cores oc'd to 4.5 GHz) 32 GB DDR4 @ 2.67 GHz 32 GB DDR5 @ 5.2 GHz 1TB Samsung 960 Pro SSD (PCIe 3) 2TB Corsair MP600 XT Pro (PCIe 4) ASRock Taichi z390 MB Gigabyte Aorus Master z690 MB Windows 11 Pro Windows 11 Pro Novabench comparison: Logos comparison: Logos 9 with 7,262 resources
    Posted to General by JRS on Mon, Nov 15 2021
  • Tip for Casual Reading in Logos 9

    I just thought I would drop in to share this tip for making your casual reading in Logos more enjoyable. As you probably know, Logos can be a rather intense experience requiring constant interaction with the screen/program. In other words, you are always having to click on this or that, slide the elevator bar up or down, tap the touch-pad, click here
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, May 27 2021
  • Re: Offensive Grudem Second Coming Headline

    Facepalm was not directed at DAL or any other individual, rather, at the subject of the entire thread - just another way of saying, "Really?".
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Dec 13 2020
  • Re: Offensive Grudem Second Coming Headline

    The forums need a facepalm emoji. They really do.
    Posted to General by JRS on Sun, Dec 13 2020
  • Re: A little too late for this book

    [quote user="Denise"].. Five theological doctoral degrees can't be wrong. I'd of drawn the line at four.[/quote] No, no, no - you're so wrong! There can never be enough doctors !
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Dec 10 2020
  • Re: A little too late for this book

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] Can we get this book in Logos please? 88 reasons Why The Rapture Will Be in 1988: The Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hash-Ana) September, 11-12-13: Edgar C, Whisenant: Amazon.com: Books [/quote] Look at what I found buried on my shelves (I was pretty sure I had a copy somewhere). Docx, anyone? Interesting how the author moved from
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Dec 9 2020
  • Re: Books to transfer from WS

    [quote user="John Simpson"] The Potter's Freedom was 8:81. Doxa had it but I don't think Wordsearch ever had the file available for download - you needed the original Doxa install file. From what I remember there are a few other Doxa books that never made it to Wordsearch servers like 8:130 Guide to the WCF, A - J. Gerstner. That one was odd since it
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by JRS on Sat, Nov 28 2020
  • Re: Books to transfer from WS

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"] I assume you're familiar with the background regarding Doxa: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/193801/1117446.aspx#1117446 Do you have a Wordsearch Book ID for this title? [/quote] Hi Bradley. Yes I am basically familiar with the Doxa issue and it looks like most, if not all, of my Doxa purchases are migrating
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by JRS on Sat, Nov 28 2020
  • Re: Instaverse AGAIN

    The beauty of InstaVerse wasn't, IMO, the ability to paste a reference in to a document - it was its ability to pop-up a scripture text in a preferred translation as you read virtually any webpage. From the developer: "InstaVerse recognizes scripture abbreviations like "Jn 3:16" in web pages and email documents, and if you point at an abbreviation with
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by JRS on Fri, Nov 27 2020
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