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  • Re: Could the perceived speed problems be exacerbated by false expectations from the tutorial videos?

    Don't sweat it, Russ. Nobody likes Thomas around here, but we regard him as part of the process of spiritual maturity. Thomas is just another trial used by God to build our character, that we may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing. I figured that big picture of him on my Logos home page (from a BLOG, by the way was actually a cathedral gargoyle
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Fri, Nov 13 2009
  • Re: From the Apostles Online forum, ca. AD 31

    [quote user="Jon Rumble"] Brilliant Though I'm a bit worried about this bit! [quote user="Rob Suggs"]the great thing is that New Messiah came not to condemn the old program, but to fulfill it. So you can still use the old stuff alongside the new.[/quote] [/quote] “Do not think that I came to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I did not come to destroy
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Wed, Nov 11 2009
  • From the Apostles Online forum, ca. AD 31

    Apostles Online Forum Welcome, Apostles! Date: 31 AD, Ides of March Users Currently Online: 11 Forums: Persecution Updates ---- Miracle Reports ---- Fishing Tips ---- Tech Support LANGUAGE: GREEK --- ARAMAIC --- ANGELIC TONGUES POST A MESSAGE THOMAS: Does anyone else feel ripped off on the New Messiah thing? I waited patiently, I contributed my years
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Tue, Nov 10 2009
  • Re: Like it? Rate it! (Encourages us to work harder...)

    For me it was just incredible synchronicity. I found out about the iPhone app AND Logos 4's release on the same day, and just got an iPhone a couple of weeks ago. Having my resources on the phone was a motivation to buy Logos 4, and if I didn't already have an iPhone, Logos availability on it, with so many resources available, would have been a powerful
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by Rob Suggs on Sun, Nov 8 2009
  • Re: Like it? Rate it! (Encourages us to work harder...)

    [quote user="Kevin A. Purcell"] I gave it 4 stars for potential. Will happily change to 5 when ... 1. Offline reading happens 2. More books show up [/quote] I would actually disagree with this. Just because it can be improved doesn't mean it's not five stars. I know there are teachers that grade that way, but we never like getting them. I don't compare
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by Rob Suggs on Sat, Nov 7 2009
  • Re: 4U, What's the Number 1 Kick Butt Feature of Logos 4?

    My answer: Potential. I get the idea that now we see in a mirror dimly in terms of the things that can be done with this approach to Logos. Many of us (me included to some extent) are hung up on the comfortability of how we've always done things in 3.0. This reworking of the system is from the ground up, based on the directions things are going with
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Sat, Nov 7 2009
  • Tab design is another nice touch

    Simple and intuitive, and when opening new resources, they go in the proper place--a new Bible tab in the slot where your Bible already is, a new dictionary or cross-ref resource in a separate window. What I'm tryiing to get used to is not dragging windows around myself, but it's another one of those new-paradigm things that we'll all "get" eventually
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Fri, Nov 6 2009
  • Re: verse export to Word

    [quote user="Robert Pavich"] something that may ease your pain is to put a short cut on the short cut tool bar so now it's at least only one click... open a copy bible verses window...hold the tab and drag to the short cut tool bar. [/quote] I endorse this tip. I suspect many haven't figured out yet that they can put some of these features right on
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Fri, Nov 6 2009
  • Valley of Vision--public domain text

    The Valley of Vision by an Unknown Puritan. This is a certified Christian classic, a collection of Puritan prayers, that for reasons I cannot fathom, has not been digitized yet by Project Gutenberg or CCEL or anyone else. As it's in public domain you'd think it would be a no-brainer. It would make a great devotional for Logos, and a resource I believe
    Posted to Suggestions by Rob Suggs on Fri, Nov 6 2009
  • Re: Things you might not have notice

    Wow. I tried the Facilitate Serendipitous command. I thought he was a heretic of the fourth century, actually. But then, during the Seeker Service movement, i thought Anonymity was one of the ante-nicene fathers. Anyway when I use this command i keep finding resources I didn't know I owned...such as God, Order, and Chaos. Could it be that this command
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Fri, Nov 6 2009
  • "We hate the wilderness! Can we go back to Egypt?"

    1 This is the chronicle of the many and diverse wanderings of the Logosites, whom BOB delivereth from the bondage of Slow Searches, and of ink and paper. And he was raised as a Prince in the Kingdom of Microsoft, until LOGOS calleth him from a burning hard drive. 2 The cries of the people came before BOB, saying, "Our Software groweth old. Take us to
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Thu, Nov 5 2009
  • Re: Collections: I don't get it!

    OK, I feel your pain, too, and you have a point that it shouldn't require a workaround to do something easy in 3.0 But after looking at this thread, I found it easy to create my own My Bibles collection (similar to what you want) by pasting the following into the START WITH window: Bible type:bible lang:english I know you don't like working with tag
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Thu, Nov 5 2009
  • Re: On prioritization, collections and parallel resources

    I'm a little puzzled on prioritization. Tell me what I've done wrong. I opened to my Bibles in the library by "type," then used "prioritize this resource" to put them in the order I'd use them. So far, so good. Now I can cycle through them with the plus and minus arrows, as advised. But when I try to prioritize commentaries, my list of Bibles comes
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Thu, Nov 5 2009
  • Logos 4 Early Review: The Wow Factor

    I've had my head buried beneath a mountain of work since September. Enjoyable daily tasks such as checking favorite web pages (including have been neglected. Therefore I was surprised to emerge briefly yesterday and hear that Logos 4 was available. Upon discovering I would indeed have to pay for the upgrade, it took me about five minutes
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Thu, Nov 5 2009
  • Re: What would you like to see in Bible Study Magazine?

    I agree with many of the sentiments here. As a former editor of a Christian magazine with 80,000 circulation, here is my feedback: 1) Much less fluff, as some have observed. I'm not that interested in how major league baseball players or Hollywood stars study the Bible. I had to do those articles, too, but in this case, I really don't think it's what
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rob Suggs on Wed, Aug 5 2009
  • Re: Typo's

    "Typo's" is a typo. Not possessive but plural. Just messin' with ya.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rob Suggs on Thu, Jul 30 2009
  • Re: C.S. Lewis Collection

    John is right. The family has circled the wagons around the don's intellectual property. It's understandable, and it's their prerogative and right, but you have to think Clive Stapes himself wouldn't be so comfortable with the legacy of his influence being leveraged completely on the basis of cash. He was a generous man who gave away most of the proceeds
    Posted to Suggestions by Rob Suggs on Mon, Jul 20 2009
  • Re: Bible reading plan--RESOURCE reading plan

    This kind of thread is inevitable, I feel. And will probably become only more prevalent. I've been reading newsgroups and forums for a number of years, and it's impossible to discuss the blandest of topics without nuclear war escalating. (Original sin, you know.) The written word loses the nuances of physical conversation, and for whatever reason, we
    Posted to Suggestions by Rob Suggs on Wed, Jul 1 2009
  • Re: Eugene Peterson paraphrase

    I recently preached Psalm 1. Its beginning in an accurate translation is fabulous, suggesting the process of walking, standing, and sitting in the way of wickedness. (Ps. 1:1) That preaches beautifully, as we show our listeners the spiritual restlessness of moving toward sin until we are settled in it--as against being "like a tree planted by streams
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rob Suggs on Wed, Jun 24 2009
  • Re: Beyond the Valley of the Bible Geeks

    Quick addition: Also, I've been too dismissive of the Home package. Checking back on it, that's actually a pretty substantial collection for beginners. But if I show newcomers that one at $150 and the Nelson, with basic Libronix, at $20, I think I can predict what they're likely to choose. The Nelson has some filler and lacks some good stuff, but it
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rob Suggs on Sun, Jun 21 2009
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