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  • Re: Missing Commentary Text? (Zondervan Bible Backgrounds)

    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Apr 12 2021
  • Re: Entry level Tablet/Pad/iPad for Logos Reading Only

    I don't have any recent experience with the Kindle Fire, but the basic Apple iPad is a hard tablet to beat. $319 (sometimes lower) for 32 gb iPad is a pretty good deal and will easily handle your needs for Logos and you might find some additional apps helpful as well. I have an older iPad Air (I am sure the new iPad would easily blow my older iPad Air
    Posted to General by Paul on Sat, Mar 6 2021
  • Re: citations?

    Hopefully Phil will prove me wrong, but I am not optimistic. Clearly it is a significant feature for anyone in the academic field (which one would think would be on FL's radar) but the fact that it has gone on this long without being dealt with is very discouraging.
    Posted to Logos 8 Web App by Paul on Wed, Jun 17 2020
  • Re: Dallas Willard book free!

    Posted to General by Paul on Thu, Apr 30 2020
  • Re: Things you wish you knew moving Logos from a Mac to PC?

    I didn't know people ever returned to using a PC after using a Mac . I would think as far as Logos is concerned the experience is pretty similar. I don't remember any big differences switching from PC to Mac.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Fri, Mar 27 2020
  • Re: Wanted: reference for exegetical history: historical-grammatical criticism

    This article might be a little useful (at least for mid 70's Lutheran perspective), but the bibliography might point you to some resources (especially Berkhoff and Ramm perhaps.) Sorry I can't be more helpful.
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Oct 14 2019
  • Re: an uptodate greek commentary on the prophetic verses

    From the New American Commentary Three things will occur when the day arrives, and all of them together indicate that the physical world as we know it will be destroyed. It is much more difficult, however, to understand the details. We will look at each in turn. First, we are told that the heavens “will disappear with a roar.” The “heavens”
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Jul 29 2019
  • Re: an uptodate greek commentary on the prophetic verses

    This is just a sample from the NIV Application Commentary Commentators have offered a series of suggestions explaining this language. (1) The elements are the four basic elements, earth, air, fire, and water. This was a normal meaning for stoicheia . 43 (2) The elements are the heavenly bodies, the sun, moon, and stars. This meaning for stoicheia is
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Jul 29 2019
  • Re: an uptodate greek commentary on the prophetic verses

    To give you a sample of commentaries you might want to purchase.... Here is the Baker Exegetical Commentary 3:10 “But the day of the Lord will come” ( Ἥξει δὲ ἡμέρα κυρίου , Hēxei de hēmera kyriou ), says Peter, despite its apparent delay (v. 9). “The day of the Lord”
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Jul 29 2019
  • Re: Zondervan's seminary in a box...

    I started a blog series on a "portable M.Div" a while back. I finished blog posts on NT, OT, and Hermeneutics and this post has motivated me to finish what I started. The idea was to provide recommended resources for pastors/missionaries/educated lay people who want to go further, but for whom seminary isn't a realistic option. It was not designed with
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Fri, Jul 26 2019
  • Re: Sincere question... Re: Learning Biblical Greek

    While BDAG is certainly the standard Greek Lexicon, it isn't the first resource I would recommend you purchase. You have to walk before you can run and crawl before you walk. In light of that, take a look at this resource Mounce is an accomplished Greek professor who has produced a
    Posted to General by Paul on Sun, Jul 14 2019
  • Re: Software King James Bible Analyzer

    If that's what you really want, then you probably need to go to the Bible Analyzer website
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Jul 10 2019
  • Re: Theology Guide Data Base Updates

    Indeed. I have been waiting to see Oden added to the list. Glad to see volume 1 finally made the cut.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Wed, Jul 10 2019
  • Re: Best books on OEC/EC/TE?

    Hands down the most comprehensive up to date EC/TE book out there is "Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins: Cosmology, geology, and biology in Christian Perspective. The book was developed for an integrative course taught at Wheaton College. John Walton's chiefly responsible for the theological perspectives. I am very glad to see that Logos
    Posted to General by Paul on Thu, Jun 6 2019
  • Re: Question about parity between windows and mac

    You are right about the 32 bit limits, but extremely off for 64 bit (which most people should have by now). In short, 64 bit can handle far more than you can probably afford.
    Posted to General by Paul on Thu, Jan 24 2019
  • Re: Disable Citations in Logos 8 iPad app?

    I can't replicate this on the iPad app. I just tried copying from a resource (New Testament Theology by I Howard Marshall) and then pasting in Google Docs. As far as I was aware citations have never been enabled for the web app nor for the ios app. I sure hope citations are coming some day (but with an option for turning it off).
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Paul on Wed, Nov 21 2018
  • Re: L8 Launch Week Questions

    Thanks so much for providing Logos on various platforms. I love Logos 8 on the desktop, but it is also nice to be able to read books on my iPad and on my Chromebook. There is one feature I keep hoping for on the Web app and was disappointed it didn't make it into version 8 yet and that is citations. Here's hoping that it will make it into 8.? at some
    Posted to Logos 8 Web App by Paul on Mon, Oct 29 2018
  • Re: where to start with greek/hebrew?

    While the recommendations are spot on if you really and truly want to learn the original languages. These two books will probably give you what you want as far as being able to read commentaires and understand other people's arguments better. Having said that, and I say this as a linguist who is more than aware that in any translation meaning is both
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Oct 22 2018
  • Re: The Lost World Series

    I have a great deal of personal respect for Walton. I've known him since he taught at Moody (my wife was in the class that helped him proof his first book). My daughter is now harassing him at Wheaton. My background is that of a missionary with anthropological and linguistic training. I like a lot of what Walton writes. I still don't know where I stand
    Posted to General by Paul on Thu, Oct 4 2018
  • Re: Walton's Book: Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament

    If you value Walton’s Insights I think you would find it very helpful. I would see it as very much complementing the other two books. There will be overlap, but in reality whenever ANE cultural elements are referenced in the later two books, you would probably find the largest and deepest treatment in “ANE Thought and the OT.”
    Posted to General by Paul on Sat, Sep 29 2018
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