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  • Re: Missing MJ Smith

    Posted to General by Paul on Tue, Nov 28 2017
  • Re: Resource recommendation for Greek & Hebrew reference & basic grammar

    As a former Bible translator/linguist, I think that choice number 2 is exactly what you are looking for. I would also combine it with the NET Bible with notes (either purchased through Logos or used for free online at https://lumina.bible.org/bible/Matthew+1 The books will explain the key aspects that you need to know about Greek and Hebrew and then
    Posted to General by Paul on Thu, Oct 26 2017
  • Re: citations?

    One year later...any word on this?
    Posted to Logos 9 Web App by Paul on Thu, Aug 31 2017
  • Re: Learning Hebrew and Greek

    It is incredibly hard to learn a language without human help (I studied Greek in college and seminary, studied an unwritten language in Africa, etc.). If at all possible, link up with someone (a pastor perhaps) who can help you navigate the process. I never studied Hebrew, but if I were to try to study Greek on my own, I would use Mounce's resources
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Jul 31 2017
  • Re: citations?

    Is there a timeline for this? I consider this a crucial missing feature.
    Posted to Logos 9 Web App by Paul on Mon, Nov 14 2016
  • Re: Re installation

    Take a look at this website https://www.logos.com/install The short story is download a small program that will download the entire logos 6 engine and then log in with your credentials and that will start the process for downloading all of your resources. Depending on your computer and your internet connection you should be up and running in just a
    Posted to General by Paul on Tue, Jul 12 2016
  • Re: NIC Sale is live people!

    At one time I wanted to purchase the whole NICOT/NT set (and still would if finances weren't a consideration), but I set up a spreadsheet and listed all the commentaries I had for each of the books of the Bible. I then added rankings from BestCommentaries.com and information from other sources like Tremper Longman and D.A Carson. In the end, I realized
    Posted to General by Paul on Fri, Jun 24 2016
  • Re: Systematic theology recommendation

    Systematic theologies are like a box of chocolate...you never know what you'll get. Oops wrong quote...but they are a matter of taste, nevertheless since you asked... You already have some excellent suggestions and some good theologies, Grudem and Erickson are probably the most popular evangelical theologies out there (Bird is up there too), Hodge is
    Posted to General by Paul on Thu, Feb 25 2016
  • Re: Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament for $9.99

    I am like you DAL. I have enough resources, but for the sale I had to pick up Schnabel's take on Acts (I already have Matthew). Your interests and mileage may vary, but if I were only getting one...I would go for Acts.
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Feb 15 2016
  • Re: Systematic Theology For Laymen

    From a Calvinistic side I love Millard Erickson's irenic approach. Obviously, Erickson's theology text is a bit on the lengthy side, but he also publishes a streamlined version of it. Logos doesn't currently offer it , but perhaps someday (hint, hint). Here is a link to the paper version. http://www.amazon.com/Introducing-Christian-Doctrine-Millard
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Feb 3 2016
  • Re: Expositor's Greek Testament question

    My print edition (reprinted 1988) also has digamy.
    Posted to General by Paul on Sun, Jan 24 2016
  • Re: Books on Hell

    I enjoyed Wall's book https://www.logos.com/product/50151/heaven-hell-and-purgatory-rethinking-the-things-that-matter-most Granted his perspective on a protestant view of purgatory is a bit out of the box (but not for Dallas Willard so it is worth a look). He is a professor of philosophy and comes at things from that angle, but at the same time does
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Oct 21 2015
  • Re: Free on Vyrso Oct 15 - Healing for Damaged Emotions

    He was a great professor...his Pastoral Care and Counseling class was always full.
    Posted to General by Paul on Thu, Oct 15 2015
  • Re: Orton - Christian Theology

    I would imagine there are various options, but "Grace, Faith, and Holiness" by Dunning (not yet in Logos) http://www.amazon.com/Grace-Faith-Holiness-Wesleyan-Systematic/dp/0834112191 and Oden's trilogy https://www.logos.com/product/3683/systematic-theology would probably be among the top contenders.
    Posted to General by Paul on Thu, Oct 8 2015
  • Re: New Book Review Posted - CHURCH HISTORY

    The content of the series is excellent, sadly though the publisher went completely gray scale on the pages. So unless Logos colorizes them (which I don't expect) all photos will be b/w since that is what they are in the hard covers.
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Sep 16 2015
  • Re: Zondervan Exegetical Commentaries...worth it?

    Thanks all...I have a special interest in Matthew so I picked up the Matthew volume a while back and while I am tempted to go further with the series...financially it isn't the best time for us and as has been pointed out the other commentaries I have really do cover the material well. Perhaps when the series is more complete I will be in a different
    Posted to General by Paul on Tue, Sep 15 2015
  • Re: Zondervan Exegetical Commentaries...worth it?

    Thanks for the replies...if anyone else has additional thoughts please feel free to chime in
    Posted to General by Paul on Fri, Sep 11 2015
  • Zondervan Exegetical Commentaries...worth it?

    As a former Bible translator in North Africa and a current pastor...I am both a commentary junkie and on a tight budget. I have WBC, NAC, NIGNT, BEC, NIVAC etc (and yes I know I am missing NICNT) What I am curious is...for those who have a similar library and the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary series...do you find that it adds substantial value? Or
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Sep 9 2015
  • Re: Advanced Exegesis

    You already have a number of good recommendations...I hesitate to add another, but as I read the post and especially your responses I thought this might be a resource that could be of help to you. I don't have it in Logos, but I have the 2nd edition in print and it does a nice job of laying out various aspects of the hermeneutical task. It is written
    Posted to General by Paul on Fri, Jun 12 2015
  • Re: Best book on Evolution and Creation?

    As far as exegesis is concerned...that is really difficult to answer since so many resources do in fact touch on it, but virtually none in Logos have it as its main focus. For example the NIV Application Commentary (by Walton) on Genesis...but also WBC on Genesis and various others would also touch on the interplay of science and theology. The IVP Reference
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, May 6 2015
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