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  • Re: Pre-Pubs Pending Cancellation

    Perspectives on Evolving Création has a fantastic line-up! I’ve been in since it got posted!
    Posted to General by Ben on Tue, Jul 13 2021
  • Re: Strack & Billerbeck please....

    Someone convince me that, with the historical problems inherent in their method, this is worth the cost.
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Tue, Jun 8 2021
  • Re: Flat Earth Anyone: ONE HUNDRED PROOFS

    A few book suggestions (some in Logos, others requested.) Russell, Inventing the Flat Earth: Columbus and Modern HIstorians Peterson, Flat Earths and Fake Footnotes: The Strange Tale of How the Conflict of Science and Christianity Was Written Into History Greenwood, Scripture and Cosmology : Reading the Bible Between the Ancient World and Modern Science
    Posted to Files by Ben on Tue, Jun 1 2021
  • Re: Andrew Murray Christian or Nay?

    " This post is formed to establish evidence that will answer whether the writings of this man can be trusted to put forth a reliably Christian viewpoint." This question seems deeply inappropriate for this forum for a number of reasons.
    Posted to General by Ben on Fri, May 21 2021
  • Brent Strawn books!

    I'd like to see more by Brent Strawn, an Old Testament and DSS scholar, like this one. https://www.amazon.com/Lies-My-Preacher-Told-Testament/dp/0664265715/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Brent+strawn&qid=1621533524&s=books&sr=1-1
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Thu, May 20 2021
  • Re: Cotton Mather's Biblia Americana

    Would be historically useful.
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Mon, May 17 2021
  • Re: Book of Mormon collection

    [quote user="DMB"] More seriously, I was hoping Ben put together the modern collection regarding Latter Day Saints. Unless I missed it. [/quote] You mean this one? https://community.logos.com/forums/t/88557.aspx I have little hope of ever seeing any of those books, let alone a good collection. Logos' users are far too oriented towards the $1.99 counter
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Fri, May 7 2021
  • What utility with an Apple Pencil?

    So, thanks to a research grant, I'm picking up an iPad, and wondering if Logos offers any kind of real utility for an Apple Pencil (second gen)... For people who have one, what can you do with it, what do you wish you could do that you can't do, etc.?
    Posted to Logos 9 Mobile by Ben on Sat, May 1 2021
  • Re: ENOUGH ALREADY MR PRITCHETT!

    " we have a robust messaging platform" Wait, what the heck is this referring to?
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Thu, Apr 29 2021
  • Re: ENOUGH ALREADY MR PRITCHETT!

    ... I never use the Home Page. Never seen an ad.
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Thu, Apr 29 2021
  • Re: Reading Genesis 1-2: An Evangelical Conversation

    Here soon! https://www.logos.com/product/190267/reading-genesis-1-2-an-evangelical-conversation
    Posted to Suggestions by Ben on Mon, Apr 19 2021
  • Good prepub on Genesis coming fast

    I'm not sure why some prepubs get their publication date announced and it's 9 months down the line, and others get announced, and it's two weeks. I requested it in 2017, it hit prepub... earlier this year, and it hits the download April 28. I've found it a useful dialogue around reading Genesis, it's $12.99, and features a variety of Evangelical voices
    Posted to General by Ben on Mon, Apr 19 2021
  • Re: Strack and Billerbeck, Commentary on the New Testament from the Talmud and Midrash

    Are there samples of the English somewhere?
    Posted to General by Ben on Thu, Apr 15 2021
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection (45 vols.)

    So, I'm pretty slammed this week, and have limited access. One of the issues is that Latter-day Saints are not Protestants. (Duh.) A religion which preaches living prophets, ongoing revelation, and a (theoretically) open canon, and which is also traditionally non-exegetical, is not going to produce a "systematic theology." Protestants who approach Latter
    Posted to General by Ben on Wed, Mar 24 2021
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection (45 vols.)

    Please stop trying to characterize LDS theology. You make very definitive attributions which are not necessarily so, but we can’t discuss them here. If your primary explainer of LDS theology has been Evangelical explainers, you have a highly distorted view. And that’s all I can say.
    Posted to General by Ben on Tue, Mar 23 2021
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection (45 vols.)

    “ Just one question Ben. You stated you are a “Latter day saint.” So if I called you a Christian, would you correct me and say, “No, I’m a latter day saint”?” I wouldn’t correct, but I would specify, something like “I’m a Christian of the Latter-day Saint variety.”
    Posted to General by Ben on Mon, Mar 22 2021
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection (45 vols.)

    There are nuances about what authoritative means of course. But none of these things were ever authoritative in the first place, except for the book of Mormon, pearl of great price, and doctrine and covenants, which are canonized.
    Posted to General by Ben on Mon, Mar 22 2021
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection (45 vols.)

    "Ben - Would you consider yourself a Mormon?" Yes, and have been for all 20 years I've been using Logos and on the forums. And I'll prove it by saying, since calling it "the Mormon Church" can be misleading, we'd really prefer to use the full name, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I'm a Latter-day Saint, a follower of (fully divine son
    Posted to General by Ben on Mon, Mar 22 2021
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection (45 vols.)

    I have a list of good recent scholarly material here. https://community.logos.com/forums/t/88557.aspx Evangelical counter-cult materials tend to distort the groups they are looking at. Would James White sell as a "mormon expert" to the average logos user? Almost certainly. Would it be helpful in actually understanding Mormonism? No. Also, once again
    Posted to General by Ben on Sun, Mar 21 2021
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection (45 vols.)

    On the 7-volume History of the Church, the wikipedia article is decent. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Church_(Joseph_Smith) I'd expand that, in keeping with 19th century historiography, the vast majority of material attributed to Joseph Smith in the 1st person (e.g. "I Joseph preached on X" and multiple paragraphs follow), is actually
    Posted to General by Ben on Sat, Mar 20 2021
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