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  • Re: Grudem's Systematic Theology (2nd ed.) Not Available for Mobile?

    Good to know, and that's what I thought. I just got freaked out for a second.
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Tue, Dec 8 2020
  • Grudem's Systematic Theology (2nd ed.) Not Available for Mobile?

    I just received my copy of Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology (2nd ed.) on Logos. I preordered it. However, I noticed it wasn't showing up on my phone app. Then I went to the product page and noticed it said that it is currently not available for mobile. Why is this the case? I have never encountered this. Having access to this resource on mobile is
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Tue, Dec 8 2020
  • Re: Reymond's ST - Mobile Failure

    Update: I sent an error report. Not sure if it was ever looked into. Regardless, I seemed to have fixed the problem. I went into every layout that contained this resource and removed it, and then saved the layout like that. Next, I went into my library and removed the downloaded resource. Then, I reset all reading progress. Then I downloaded the resource
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Cheryl Sexton on Wed, Jul 1 2020
  • Re: Reymond's ST - Mobile Failure

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] Which specific version of iOS? The app? Have you tried moving from scrolling view to paged view (or vice verss)? [/quote] I am using both iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 On an iPhone 11 and iPad (7th gen.). This is the only resource it is doing this to. I tried switching to paged view. However, all it did was make it to where
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Cheryl Sexton on Fri, May 29 2020
  • Reymond's ST - Mobile Failure

    For some time now my module for Robert Reymond's A New Systematic Theology of the Christian Faith has been failing on mobile. No matter where I open it on my iPhone or iPad, it always opens to this screen (see attached). I have tried to remove the downloaded module and re-download it. I have tried to go to the desktop version (which works fine) and
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Thu, May 28 2020
  • Re: 2020 revision of CSB text

    Any word or update on this? I noticed that Accordance has already updated their CSB module. Just curious.
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Mon, Mar 2 2020
  • Re: 2020 revision of CSB text

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] I would assume that the updates will occur this year, but perhaps not. [/quote] Oh, dear. I hope it wouldn't take longer than a couple or few weeks. I know FL has a lot of stuff to be doing, but these are minor revisions to a major translation. (And these are officially published, as far as I can tell. The CSB online version
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Sat, Feb 8 2020
  • Re: 2020 revision of CSB text

    Does anyone know when these changes will be released by LifeWay? By Logos?
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Sat, Feb 8 2020
  • Re: Half-Brackets Missing in Newly Released Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV)

    [quote user="Dennis Phelps"] ...int[r]o to each book...are missing. [/quote] I think the intros to the books are found as an asterisk beside the title of each book.
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Half-Brackets Missing in Newly Released Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV)

    The EHV was just released late yesterday. I am so glad it is finally here! However, I have already noticed a consistent error. In many of the places in the Old Testament, there are supposed to be half-brackets around some sentences, showing that the enclosed portion is not found in the original Hebrew, but rather the Septuagint. The first example is
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Sat, Jan 18 2020
  • Re: Robert Letham's Systematic Theology

    So, I see that this book is supposed to release today. When in the day do resources tend to be released? I want to start reading. :-)
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Fri, Nov 29 2019
  • Re: Robert Letham's Systematic Theology

    That makes sense. I just figured that in a day when a lot of these resources are already put into electronic format at the same time as the print by the publishers themselves, and given the fact that this book has had an advance copy out for while, that Logos would be close on the heels of Crossway, "value adding" not withstanding.
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Tue, Oct 29 2019
  • Robert Letham's Systematic Theology

    So, I saw today that Letham's Systematic Theology by Crossway has arrived in bookstores such as Reformation Heritage Books. Is there any word on the Logos edition's release? I figured it would be timed fairly closely to the printed book's release. All I can see in the product description is "In Production," which is very vague, and I am very impatient
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Tue, Oct 29 2019
  • LEB - Random Contractions?

    The LEB is an excellent translation, but it has one quirk that annoys me. In a translation virtually devoid of English contractions, the LEB uses contractions in at least 21 places (there might be more): "didn't" in 1Ki 15:5 "don't" in 2Sam 9:7, 13:28, 17:16, 24:14, 24:24; 1Ki 17:13, 18:23, 18:25, 18:40; 2Ki 6:16 "hasn't" in 1Ki 2:23 "isn't" in Gen
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Sun, Sep 15 2019
  • Re: Dogmatic Theology (W.G.T. Shedd) - No Index

    Apparently, the index has been included in this recourse the whole time. However, the reason why I though it was missing is because it has no entry in the table of contents window (it just ends with "Glossary 2: Biographical Entries). This would be an easy fix, no?
    Posted to Suggestions by Cheryl Sexton on Sun, Sep 16 2018
  • Systematic Theology by Morton H. Smith

    Morton Smith, recently deceased, was professor of systematic theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and, before that, Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS. He was a giant theologian in the American Presbyterian tradition. He was the first stated clerk of the Presbyterian Church in America, and studied under John Murray, Cornelius
    Posted to Suggestions by Cheryl Sexton on Mon, Aug 13 2018
  • Re: CSB Corrections

    They are official changes to the CSB made by the translation committee itself. I have seen and read the documents in their entirety with my own eyes. In fact, my father-in-law just sent me the most recent one from this month (dated August 2018). He is making the corrections in the CSB 2017 module even as I type this post.
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Thu, Aug 2 2018
  • Re: CSB Corrections

    Thank you, Mr. Grainger. By the way, please do not take this thread as a complaint; it’s not. I’m just curious as to the policy surrounding module updates, etc.
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Mon, Jul 30 2018
  • Re: CSB Corrections

    The copyright has not changed, but there were corrections made to the body of the text—mostly typos or things accidentally added or left out (not enough to issue a fully copyrighted "second edition"). One example of a change is Isaiah 64:3 which has the relative article "who" that is not represented in the Hebrew, and it also makes the verse nonsensical
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Mon, Jul 30 2018
  • Re: CSB Corrections

    Here is the "Support Info": LLS:CSB 2018-06-01T14:53:19Z CSB.logos4 My CSB module has been updated many, many times since Logos released it, but I have never seen the corrections given to me from my father-in-law implemented.
    Posted to General by Cheryl Sexton on Mon, Jul 30 2018
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