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  • BUG/INCONSISTENCY: Data in Faithlife Music

    A screenshot: Working from the bottom up: Themes appears both on the left and on the right ... no problem References appears both on the left and on the right ... but on the left it lacks the heading that all other entries have Authors appears only on the right ... which is inconsistent And a desirable upgrade since the Faithlife page is already tied
    Posted to Logos 8 by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Precept Bible Study Workflow

    I can't replicate - mine behave as Dave states: [quote user="Dave Hooton"]The workflow notes are stored in a single Notebook, that reflects the name of the workflow.[/quote]
    Posted to Logos 8 by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Sermon Labeling in Mobile?

    TIP of the day: Don't wait for Logos ... DIY sermon labeling
    Posted to Logos 8 by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Help with a spesific search

    the results would be better if you used the semantic role "agent" and the word sense.
    Posted to Logos 8 by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • SUGGESTION: STILL MIA the ability to add labels

    from another thread [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Liam"] MJ I believe had a highlighting pallet at one time that allowed users to crowd source sermon labeling[/quote] To the best of my knowledge, labeling has not yet been restored. Too bad as we badly need to be able to use it for hymns as well. (As well as for more personal uses.) [/quote]
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Sermon Labeling in Mobile?

    [quote user="Liam"] MJ I believe had a highlighting pallet at one time that allowed users to crowd source sermon labeling[/quote] To the best of my knowledge, labeling has not yet been restored. Too bad as we badly need to be able to use it for hymns as well. (As well as for more personal uses.)
    Posted to Logos 8 by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Oldest Translation in Logos?

    I think this has been a good exercise on why certain Logos resources are important ... even if I took some shortcuts since I was pointing out directions rather than actually invested in the research.
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Oldest Translation in Logos?

    My question would be why is it curious? The longer the book, the more pages to be damaged or lost. Matthew is not the only book that we lack an early complete manuscript. From Wikipedia: [quote] Earliest extant manuscripts [ edit ] The earliest manuscript of a New Testament text is a business-card-sized fragment from the Gospel of John , Rylands Library
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: searching

    Ah, but then others wouldn't enjoy your answers.
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Questions about Resource Tabs and Link Sets

    The answer to several of your questions is "available space" but for 5 have you checked parallel resources (the // icon)?
    Posted to Logos 8 by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Re: searching

    I would report it as a data error with John Barry tagged in the heading. It is a problem that reflects very poorly on FL and they should want to correct it ASAP. I personally would add a picture of Bill the Cat but that probably is not the right approach.
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • SUGGESTION: Two useful study Bibles that expand the usefulness of current Verbum resources

    Note I would market these for lay groups - students and instructors. The Didache Bible: With Commentaries Based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church which fits in with the Didache teaching materials and provides a solid introduction to reading the Bible theologically independent of the Didache series. New Catholic Answer Bible: New American Bible
    Posted to Catholic Products by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • SUGGESTION: The Great Adventure Catholic Bible

    The Great Adventure Catholic Bible . This resource fits as a study Bible for the Great Adventure material already in Verbum. It would be a very useful addition to Verbum and alleviate some of the shortcomings of the Biblical Event Navigator.
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • SUGGESTION: Thanks for the Gothic ... now for the ...

    [quote] Part 1: Ancient Versions 1. Ancient Versions of the Old Testament Made for the Use of Jews The Septuagint The Jewish Targums 2. Ancient Versions Intended Chiefly for Christians The Syriac Versions The Latin Versions The Coptic Versions The Gothic Version The Armenian Version The Georgian Version The Ethiopic Version The Arabic Versions The Sogdian
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Where does Verbum stand re: RNJB?

    December 3, 2019 is the big day for The Revised New Jerusalem Bible: Study Edition . When will it be in prepub?
    Posted to Catholic Products by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Re: Oldest Translation in Logos?

    [quote user="Puddin’"]Ahhh—forgot about Slavonic & OL. Gothic seems interesting—will look for this on Logos.[/quote] You might also approach it by verifying his own support. For example from A Collection of Evidence Against the Traditional Wording of Matthew 28:19 a randomly chosen site I know nothing about: [quote] Catholic Cardinal
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Re: KYLE - incomplete conversion to study Bible type ???

    Thanks Kyle.
    Posted to Logos 8 by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Re: KYLE: Resources not labeled Systematic Theology

    [quote user="Kyle G. Anderson"] then to the rest of the Systematic Theology resource types.[/quote] I understood you correctly. What I meant was that if you were getting close to working the non-English titles, then it might be time to identify books that should be "Systematic Theology" but are not so that you could plan "the rest" appropriately. Up
    Posted to Logos 8 by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Re: Oldest Translation in Logos?

    I should have headed to bed an hour ago but use http://www.vetuslatina.org/manuscripts for the Old Latin research.
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Re: Oldest Translation in Logos?

    Update: Logos has released their Gothic resources - only the Gospel of Mark; online I see that the fragments of Matthew do not include the chapter under discussion http://www.wulfila.be/gothic/browse/
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Fri, Sep 20 2019
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