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  • Re: Editing Handouts?

    For me, a specific question about usage. Can I insert my own photograph (one taken by my spouse near the Sea of Galiee)? Al
    Posted to Logos 4 by Al on Wed, Jun 16 2010
  • Re: Top Three Pre-Pubs and why

    My top three: Anchor Yale Bible Reference Collection Journal of Biblical Literature - finally a journal I'm interested in. A tie: The Complete Works of Shakespeare and the Harvard Classics and Fiction Collection . If we ever get the Loeb Library on pre-pub, it will rocket to the top for me.
    Posted to General by Al on Fri, Jul 23 2010
  • Re: Which dictionary do you use?

    Anchor Yale first and foremost. Harper's Bible Dictionary for a one volume work. Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church for a lot of the history work.
    Posted to General by Al on Fri, Oct 1 2010
  • Re: How can we get even more academic journals in Logos?

    I, too, have long wanted Interpretation , as well as others of its ilk. Just not a fan of the current journal offerings.
    Posted to General by Al on Sat, Oct 2 2010
  • Re: Bellingham, we have a problem

    At Morris Proctor's Camp Logos today (Philadelphia) we were working with Notes and when we tried to create a note in Hebrews 1:1, several of us (6-8 of us that I'm aware of) immediately crashed. I crashed twice and had to reopen the program twice. Mo then had us run the Note on Galatians 1.1 and it worked fine for everyone.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Al on Tue, May 25 2010
  • Re: Continental Commentary Series shipping soon...

    Westermann's commentary on Genesis is also excellent.
    Posted to General by Al on Thu, Jul 29 2010
  • Re: Collection types

    Hi everyone, Thanks for the replies about the pubdate. It was quite helpful. But the other question still remains. I know that there are some examples of rules in various locations. What I was wondering is this: Is there a more comprehensive collection of different rules assembled somewhere - forums, blogs, etc. that gives more than just the examples
    Posted to General by Al on Wed, Jul 28 2010
  • Re: Collection types

    Thanks, Rosie.
    Posted to General by Al on Wed, Jul 28 2010
  • Re: What resources would you most like to see available in Logos?

    For me, the complete works of: Frederick Buechner, Walter Brueggemann, Jurgen Moltmann, Henri Nouwen, Barbara Brown Taylor, Howard Thurman, Paul Tillich, and N.T. Wright. Also wouldn't mind either a collection of good religious poetry, or specifically the works of T.S. Eliot, R.S. Thomas, etc.
    Posted to General by Al on Sat, Jun 19 2010
  • Re: The impossible request: Loeb Library

    Bob, ANY way you could get this to us would be great.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Al on Fri, Jun 25 2010
  • Re: Making of Modern Theology series

    I've had them for years. Good series.
    Posted to Suggestions by Al on Sun, Jun 27 2010
  • Re: What resources would you most like to see available in Logos?

    Lavon Bayler, a retired United Church of Christ Area Minister, published a trilogy of books about two decades ago that are prayers written for the liturgical years of A, B, and C. What I find particularly valuable about these three books are the accompanying hymns for the liturgical season that are set to very familiar, for the most part old, hymns
    Posted to General by Al on Sat, Jun 26 2010
  • Re: What resources would you most like to see available in Logos?

    One more review of Bayler: For those of us called to lead worship regularly, trying to find appropriate material can be difficult. We are in debt to Bayler for his series of books based on the Revised Common Lectionary, years A, B, and C. He has a gift for language, his responsive readings, prayers, and other guides are outstanding. I've used most of
    Posted to General by Al on Sat, Jun 26 2010
  • Re: lesson builder

    I've been a loyal customer since 1995. Lesson Builder was one of my earlier purchases, and I've always liked it. I've got a large number of resources and use the program for a lot of sermon preparation. However, a new L4 Lesson Builder would go a long ways towards making my education/faith formation work more fruitful.
    Posted to Suggestions by Al on Sat, Jun 26 2010
  • Re: The New Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible

    I'd love to see IB and IDB on Logos. Frankly, I find the user interface for Abingdon to be so bad that I don't even use the program....Logos has spoiled me.
    Posted to Suggestions by Al on Thu, Jul 8 2010
  • Re: What are your thoughts on Bible Study Magazine?

    I subscribed the first year, but let it lapse with no intention of resubscribing. Like others, I too considered it to be rather superficial, but know that many would consider it to meet their needs.
    Posted to General by Al on Mon, Jul 12 2010
  • Re: Attention Logos: 18 month payment plan..?

    Sounds like a promising idea.
    Posted to Suggestions by Al on Thu, Dec 23 2010
  • Re: which commentary in your exegetical bible study choice? Hermeneia\Anchor or ICC? or all?

    I concur with Kevin. I added the Continental commentaries today, it will be interesting to get into them. I've always liked the Genesis and Psalm volumes from that series.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Al on Fri, Aug 13 2010
  • Re: Announcing Evangelical Exegetical Commentary Payment Plans

    I'm with David and the others. I've subscribed, but I'm very wary about a series that I basically know nothing about. I'm a strong supporter of Logos, but not being an evangelical - at least in the usual definition in these forums - I'm leaning towards canceling, even with the attractive offer of the payment plans,.
    Posted to Logos Blog by Al on Tue, Mar 15 2011
  • Re: What did you pick up from March Madness Round 1?

    I'm with George. The very few things I'd be interested in, I already have. I think the scope of offerings is fairly limited this year.
    Posted to General by Al on Mon, Mar 21 2011
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