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  • Re: John A. T. Robinson

    It is available in the Internet as pdf for free. Long time ago I started to read it, but I could not really follow his argumentation in detail. I think his basic argument is quite realistic.
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Yesterday
  • Re: O'Brien commentaries and Academics

    Just wonder, what would happen if a commentary said something actually new? For example in Matthew 14:26 one could say that Jesus waited for a good wind and started surfing.
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Yesterday
  • Re: Church Fathers on sale

    I took Ephraim's commentaries. The reason is that he lived in the area close to the Paradise . Others may have more educated opinions. https://www.logos.com/product/120450/st-ephrem-the-syrian-selected-prose-works Ephraim the Syrian (c. AD 306–373) was a fourth-century theologian and hymnographer, and is a doctor in the Catholic Church. Born in
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Thu, Jun 14 2018
  • Re: OT: Bibleworks ceases operation as of June 15, 2018

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Keep Smiling [/quote] Incredible! Thanks a lot KS4J! I did not know that, sorry , should have checked the help... I have to use two searches, for מ and ם , but it works! [match nomarks] *אדם* [match nomarks] *אדמ* The searches with the asterisks take long time, but I don't care. Saved my day and perhaps some money
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Sat, Jun 2 2018
  • Re: OT: Bibleworks ceases operation as of June 15, 2018

    [quote user="Denise"]If you don't have BW (I don't), picking up a copy can be a good idea (depending on your interests):[/quote] Learning a new user interface can be challenge. But i am tempted. Lemma searches are good in Logos, but they are limited to pre-tagged meanings, for example Hebrew "Adam". Sometimes I would like to find all words "Adam" אדמ
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Fri, Jun 1 2018
  • Re: OT: Bibleworks ceases operation as of June 15, 2018

    [quote user="Nord Zootman"] Logos is open on one and Bibleworks is open on the other. I use them both daily.[/quote] I guess you must have a very good reason to do that. Would be interesting to know details!
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Fri, Jun 1 2018
  • Re: Q Theory and the Didache

    [quote user="Paul Caneparo"]Maybe in one sentence (or two) you say what your solution is too![/quote] Correspondence was quite common at that time in the Mediterranean area, thus I think there were quite a few written documents available for the Gospel writers written at the time of Jesus' public ministry, in many languages.
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Thu, May 31 2018
  • Re: Q Theory and the Didache

    I tried to find out what is the Matthew Conflator Theory, but could not really figure it out. Could someone say it in one sentence? ( No internet links, no videos, just as a text.) I have my own solution to the synoptic problem. It is just a speculation, but I feel it is better than anything else. Nobody else has accepted it so far.
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Wed, May 30 2018
  • Re: PB-Denver Seminary Annotated Bibliographies/Recommendations

    [quote user="Joseph Turner"] *Tov, Emmanuel. Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible . 3rd edition. Fortress, 2011. The best introduction to the subject. [/quote] How does it compare to https://www.logos.com/product/144707/old-testament-textual-criticism-a-practical-introduction-2nd-edition ?
    Posted to Files by Veli Voipio on Mon, May 28 2018
  • Re: NETS

    Looks like a competitor has it available, see below "electronic edition" http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/nets/
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Fri, May 18 2018
  • Re: I Think I May be Living in Greece (humor)

    You might like this Meteora monastery.
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Tue, May 15 2018
  • Re: A proposal that benefits everyone

    I am in the same boat, gave 3 votes
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Sun, May 6 2018
  • Re: Best Commentaries sale: Great Idea, thanks, Faithlife!

    I had two in my wish list. Thanks, logos! When going through the list, looks like I have most of the best exegetical ones already.
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Tue, May 1 2018
  • Re: Don't know Latin? It's time you learned. Here are six reasons why.

    Reading Latin Vulgate from a paper version is my summer cottage hobby. No need for dictionaries, just guessing the meaning of the less common words. Sitting in the verandah and fantasizing that I am somewhere near the Naples coast. What could be better?
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Sat, Apr 28 2018
  • Re: I thank the LORD for Logos because...

    I come from the engineering / missions background and one of my first goals was to see how technology can help in the Biblical studies. I feel I've learnt a lot in 10 years, for example Greek reading is almost fluent. It does not come without work, but the Logos tools help a lot. A large library allows checking details, and a large library helps also
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Tue, Apr 24 2018
  • Re: What Greek and Hebrew Fonts do you use?

    [quote user="James"]How did you do this?[/quote] I am using fonts from https://www.linguistsoftware.com/ntmssu.htm . Mine is based on LS39LSU, adabted / tailor-made by Linguist's Software, so that is shows capital-only (also with lower case letters) with no diacritics. I am happy with the font. It works reasonably well with most resources. I am not
    Posted to Logos 7 by Veli Voipio on Mon, Apr 9 2018
  • Re: Logos 8 Wishlist

    [quote user="Harry Hahne"]Add a Program Settings option to display foreign language words in transliteration on the menus and possibly in the resources.[/quote] Maybe also an opposite option is needed: to hide transliteration/transcription if the resource has both. Even better if it could reverse transliterate the text to the original script , if the
    Posted to Logos 7 by Veli Voipio on Fri, Apr 6 2018
  • Re: Exegetical summaries and the handicap with BAGD/BDAG

    This newest one has links to BDAG https://www.logos.com/product/150109/an-exegetical-summary-of-acts-1-14
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Wed, Apr 4 2018
  • Re: Non-Evangelical Systematic Theology and Theology Resources

    [quote user="David Staveley"] There are at least 5 branches of Judaism today (more if you include the Karaites, the Samaritans, and Messianic Jews): Hasidic (or Haridi) Judaism, Orthodox Judaism, Conservative Judaism, Reform Judaism, and Progressive Judaism. Only Hasidic and Orthodox Jews would seek to define themselves over against Rambam (i.e. Maimonides
    Posted to General by Veli Voipio on Tue, Apr 3 2018
  • Re: 7.14 (7.14.0.0024) is Now Available

    [quote user="Philana R. Crouch"]the Atlas Tool should be working properly now.[/quote] Well, it is working, and it seems to be faster and better than the earlier version. The time is 8 AM GMT+3 on 3rd April 2018
    Posted to Logos 7 by Veli Voipio on Mon, Apr 2 2018
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