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  • Re: WANTED: Logosian or Verbumian interested in apologetics/polemics and argument mapping

    I'll add you as soon as I get a partner ...
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Question - evangelical counterproposal to Barth

    Thank you - I've added four new volumes to my library ...
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Question - evangelical counterproposal to Barth

    Thank you - I do have the Warfield volume - untouched to the best of my knowledge. Thank you very much.
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Sunday of the Word of God

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] I once had a calendar in combination with the Anglican lectionary, which I had bought from CMS. I looked up their web shop, but it's currently not available,[/quote] These are usually available a few weeks before the start of the liturgical year -- often you have to preorder to be certain of nabbing one.
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Re: Sunday of the Word of God

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] I'm just wondering whether any of those ancient lectionaries are even available in Logos.[/quote] No, and the implementation of the ordo within the lectionary makes it difficult for Logos to support lectionaries not in current use. Logos should bite the bullet and do a redesign - it would greatly decrease the maintenance cost
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Yesterday
  • Question - evangelical counterproposal to Barth

    In reading about Barth on scripture I found this: [quote user="" Karl Barth's Doctrine of the Word of God in Threefold Form - The PostBarthian ]The revealed Word of God we know only from the Scripture adopted by Church proclamation or the proclamation of the Church based on Scripture. The written Word of God we know only through the revelation which
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Mon, Jan 24 2022
  • Re: Vote: A Women's Lectionary for the Whole Church: Years W & A

    hijacking the thread for Share your votes on these lectionary items - Faithlife Forums (logos.com)
    Posted to Suggestions by MJ. Smith on Mon, Jan 24 2022
  • Re: WANTED: Logosian or Verbumian interested in apologetics/polemics and argument mapping

    [quote user="DMB"]I think (maybe excessively), you'd need further project definition?[/quote] You are absolutely right -- but I want whoever is game enough to join me to collaborate on the more precise definition. I want a serious argument map not assumptions stacled for a foregone conclusion as in many apologetic works.
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Mon, Jan 24 2022
  • Share your votes on these lectionary items

    That is after responding to Vote: A Women's Lectionary for the Whole Church: Years W & A - Faithlife Forums (logos.com) Jewish Festival Liturgical Year | Faithlife Uncommon Preaching | Faithlife Year D lectionary | Faithlife Ecumenical Season of Creation lectionary | Faithlife Beyond the Lectionary | Faithlife Introducing the Uncommon Lectionary
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Mon, Jan 24 2022
  • WANTED: Logosian or Verbumian interested in apologetics/polemics and argument mapping

    I would like to find a partner for a long haul project for building argument maps for key disputed topics in theology and perhaps even argument maps of what particular theologians have to say about the topic. This would involve writing a post to a Faithlife group -- one or two a week - either in response to an existing post or as a new item of support
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Mon, Jan 24 2022
  • Re: NASB 2020 formatting

    Welcome to the forums. For the report typo function to appear the left column must be on selection. I suspect you have it on reference since typo doesn't show.
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Mon, Jan 24 2022
  • Re: Sunday of the Word of God

    [quote user="Mattillo"]On a related note, do you know of any more conservative/fundamental lectionaries? Liberal is a big term so I'm not sure how "liberal" they are in your eyes. I don't mean that to be derogatory... just curious as I put myself on more of the conservative side of the spectrum.[/quote] Lectionaries are not conservative or liberal although
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Mon, Jan 24 2022
  • Re: Greek Questions

    [quote user="David Thomas"]suggestion: instead of looking for "abnormalities" (which some would see as negative) consider phrasing this as "evidences of the Johannine voice".[/quote] Ah, I see we took the question differently. I see "grammar" as solely a descriptive framework scholars impose on a language - in which case, "abnormalities" are simply
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by MJ. Smith on Mon, Jan 24 2022
  • Re: Gospel of Q

    Thanks - I was unclear if the post was humorous or serious - humor I could understand, serious I was puzzled.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by MJ. Smith on Mon, Jan 24 2022
  • BUG: Factbook draws a blank on a search for non-Biblical person

    Yes, this is the view after running the search ... it does give a quick flitter of the header before settling on a blank response. The name was selected from the select list.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by MJ. Smith on Sun, Jan 23 2022
  • Re: paradox of Jesus’ teaching

    Excuse me but a quotation of that length needs to have a citation AND when you quote something at that length you should have a good sense of the context which will give you good ideas for a Logos search. Furthermore, your question "How can I study this is Logos" has the same answer as your similar requests. Please tell us what you have tried in Logos
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Sun, Jan 23 2022
  • Re: Gospel of Q

    [quote user="Gregory Lawhorn"]"hypothesized" = imaginary. Thanks for the clarification.[/quote] HUH????
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by MJ. Smith on Sun, Jan 23 2022
  • Re: Paul's Letters

    [quote user="Christian Alexander"]What can we learn from Paul's letters? Why is Romans more formal than the other letters of Paul?[/quote] Christian, you said you wanted to learn to fish ... the first steps are doing your own research and learning to formulate your questions well. "What can we learn from Paul's letters?" ... well, doesn't the answer
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by MJ. Smith on Sun, Jan 23 2022
  • Re: Greek

    An FYI KS4J - in my library, "the book of signs" is more common in dictionaries than within milestones.
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Sat, Jan 22 2022
  • Re: Geneva Bible Overview

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]"The Geneva Bible was the first Bible to add numbered verses to the chapters[/quote] Dave, I hate to question your source but I believe the 1555 Vulgate of Estienne was the first Bible with the verses numbered that weren't marginal notes and that in English the New Testament of Whittingham (1557) was the first with verses numbered
    Posted to General by MJ. Smith on Sat, Jan 22 2022
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