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  • Re: Church History Survey: What would you like to see in Logos?

    [quote user="Sean Boisen"] We're thinking about how to improve Logos for the study church history. Please fill out this survey to help us prioritize our development. Feel free to add other comments to this thread after completing the survey. Link to the survey [/quote] It's locked for me too.
    Posted to General by Matt Hamrick on Sat, Jan 22 2022
  • Re: Church History Survey: What would you like to see in Logos?

    [quote user="Sean Boisen"] We're thinking about how to improve Logos for the study church history. Please fill out this survey to help us prioritize our development. Feel free to add other comments to this thread after completing the survey. Link to the survey [/quote] It's locked for me too.
    Posted to General by Matt Hamrick on Sat, Jan 22 2022
  • Re: Cross-references

    [quote user="Bill Shewmaker"] I will be teaching a class on Daniel in the coming weeks and thought it would be nice to present a list of the cross-references in Daniel connecting it with the rest of the Scriptures. However, with over 3K references, it became a lot more complex. I could go through each verse of Daniel and list each cross-reference, so
    Posted to General by Matt Hamrick on Fri, Jan 14 2022
  • Re: Courses

    In the course page at Faithlife you are following go to the Bible Study Tab and then Logos Documents and you can find what you need there.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Matt Hamrick on Sat, Jan 8 2022
  • Re: 30 Years at Faithlife... a new role, and a new CEO...

    Thank you Bob for all you have done for us and Faithlife. And welcome Vik to your new role and I hope you keep operations running smoothly as Bob as done.
    Posted to General by Matt Hamrick on Fri, Jan 7 2022
  • Re: EEC

    [quote user="Christian Alexander"] OK So my question is this. Where does this commentary set as a whole align to the NIC, BECNT, ZECNT, and others in competition? What technicalities do these commentaries deal with on the biblical text? [/quote] Of the 13 currently released I use them above any other commentary of the 13 in my library. It is after all
    Posted to Lexham Press by Matt Hamrick on Thu, Jan 6 2022
  • Re: Bible Reading Plan 2022

    Bible reading in a year takes effort and discipline that you just have to do Steve but the more you do it then it becomes much easier in future years to read through. I started reading through the bible in 2006 with Logos 3 Scholar's. Been doing it every year since then and now it's just part of what I do each year. My current plan is reading through
    Posted to General by Matt Hamrick on Tue, Dec 28 2021
  • Re: Possibly about to make a MAJOR Change. (Shift all notes to Logos?)

    With Logos 9 the Notes in Logos sync to Desktop, Mobile, and Web App. Morris Proctor recently added Camp Logos for Mobile on his website. You should check it out because he shows how powerful the Mobile platform is and I learned some new things with the Camp.
    Posted to Logos Notes by Matt Hamrick on Mon, Dec 27 2021
  • Re: Possibly about to make a MAJOR Change. (Shift all notes to Logos?)

    Back in 2012 I made the decision to make all my ministry resources digital and I did that. When Logos 8 released the Notes feature had a major overhaul and from that point going forward I make all my ministry notes in Logos. The major reason I do this is because of the Notebooks and more importantly the tagging system in the Notes. You can tag your
    Posted to Logos Notes by Matt Hamrick on Mon, Dec 27 2021
  • Re: Bible Reading Plan 2022

    I am reading CSB in 2022 and the LEB in the first week of January 2022. The LEB is a binge read from Bible Study Magazine I wanted to do. The CSB is one of my top 8 bible translations and I am working through reading all of my top translations in the next few years. The LEB is my top bible in the software and the ESV is my carry bible. But my top bibles
    Posted to General by Matt Hamrick on Mon, Dec 27 2021
  • Re: best vocabulary greek new testament book?

    He Here is what I am talking about Ole, I am currently studying Is 42:1-9 so I made a wordlist from these verses in the software. Download Logos Flashcards to your phone and sign in and your wordlists sync so now you have vocabulary cards in the app on the passage you are studying.
    Posted to General by Matt Hamrick on Sat, Dec 25 2021
  • Re: best vocabulary greek new testament book?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Ole Madsen"]thanks, but which one is the best in your experience?[/quote] What I prefer to do is to take the vocabulary of the passage I intend to read next and make cards for the words I don't know. That way I am learning them both as isolated vocabulary and as vocabulary in context. [/quote] This is the method
    Posted to General by Matt Hamrick on Sat, Dec 25 2021
  • Re: EEC

    The last thing was the Daniel commentary in 2020.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Matt Hamrick on Sat, Dec 18 2021
  • Re: Faithlife Connect Essentials - No library

    I don't know about you but I spent thousands this year on upgrading to Logos 9. The 2% cashback in February should be nice. Right now that 2% is really the only thing keeping me with the subscription.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Matt Hamrick on Tue, Nov 16 2021
  • Re: Reader's Edition Grayed Out

    That did it, thanks Andrew. I thought I had it checked but I didn't.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Matt Hamrick on Sun, Nov 7 2021
  • Re: Reader's Edition Grayed Out

    I am running the latest Windows 10.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Matt Hamrick on Sun, Nov 7 2021
  • Re: Reader's Edition Grayed Out

    Posted to Lexham Press by Matt Hamrick on Sun, Nov 7 2021
  • Re: Reader's Edition Grayed Out

    Yes, just like that.Andrew. But in my case I have a check mark in the Reader's Edition to activate it. But I can't change anything in it because it's all grayed out.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Matt Hamrick on Sun, Nov 7 2021
  • Reader's Edition Grayed Out

    I am following along in LT122 and opened the Lexham Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible. But the part for the reader's edition is grayed out and I can't change anything. The Greek resource still works. Anyone else have a problem with this?
    Posted to Lexham Press by Matt Hamrick on Sun, Nov 7 2021
  • Re: Turabian format

    Go to program settings and at the top is the option to change it to Turabian. You can see the program settings by the Tools menu or click the light bulb help menu and load program settings from there.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Matt Hamrick on Fri, Oct 22 2021
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