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  • Re: Lexham High Definition New Testament: ESV Edition (3 vols.) & Bundle Setup?

    Ok, now I‘m confused. If I am reading right, it seems that it‘s cheaper to get all of the sets together ( https://www.logos.com/product/81254/lexham-discourse-bible ) than to get them individually? How can the OT Hebrew set be more expensive all by itself than the entire bundle of OT & NT Discourse Bibles....and Runge’s book on
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Yesterday
  • Re: Lexham High Definition New Testament: ESV Edition (3 vols.) & Bundle Setup?

    Thank you Joe & DAL. Excellent! Now just watching to see when or if they go on sale 😉.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Yesterday
  • Lexham High Definition New Testament: ESV Edition (3 vols.) & Bundle Setup?

    When I pull these resources up I do not see any pricing: https://www.logos.com/product/3888/lexham-discourse-greek-new-testament-bundle https://www.logos.com/product/3832/lexham-high-definition-new-testament-esv-edition Would love to have these, but cannot see how to buy it? What am I missing? Any help would be much appreciated 👍!
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Yesterday
  • Re: Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar, 4th ed coming to Logos?

    Now that you mention it Lee, I think you’re absolutely correct about Campbell’s emphasis on Aktionsart (which, honestly, I learned in Greek I). Looking into the link you posted. Looks very interesting. Much appreciated!
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Yesterday
  • Re: Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar, 4th ed coming to Logos?

    Lee - From what I understand Con Campbell has been a main voice w. regard to amendments in the midd. voice, but I am a bit unclear what the new understanding is (?). Does it have more to do w. blending the midd. w. the pass. voice? Is there a link summarizing recent consensus on this? My Greek prof. often says that there are “extremely few true
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Yesterday
  • Re: AYBC Sale... help picking some

    Wilson, you stated, “ The blood atonement. The trinity. Virgin birth. The miracles in the Bible. The resurrection. The Ascension of Christ. Jesus Christ was 100% God and 100% man. The inspiration (verbal, plenary for me, but maybe not for you) of the Scriptures. Salvation by Faith alone. etc. I could get a WHOLE lot more detailed than that, but
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Yesterday
  • Re: Oxford Latin Dictionary, Second Edition

    [quote user="HJ. van der Wal"]Shalom Puddin'! In addition to what Jan wrote I would like to point out that long after the reformation many (protestant) theologians were still writing in Latin. Take for example the recent pre-pub of Petrus van Mastricht's Theoretical-Practical Theology; this important work of reformed systematic theology is only now
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Feb 12 2019
  • Re: Oxford Latin Dictionary, Second Edition

    Good points about ecclesiological studies Jan. Had not considered that. My assumption was that early church authors wrote in Koine...had not considered Latin 👍.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Feb 12 2019
  • Re: Oxford Latin Dictionary, Second Edition

    Someone correct me if I am wrong here, but I thought the only advantage to studying Latin was to understand the Vulgate - which was fraught with translational problems - better (?). Reason I ask is because I am currently approx. 1/4 way through Hebrew I & am looking to pick up another Biblical language afterwards (currently [slowly] in Greek II
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Feb 11 2019
  • Re: Free Bible Study Essential Bundle

    So, I got the free L8 Basic upgrade, but nothing has changed in my library. I’m currently on my iPad Pro, so maybe I need to check on MacBook Air (?). The email said to just open my Logos app. & it should begin downloading, but nothing happens when I do that. Just wondering if there’s any secret handshakes I need to be aware of that
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Feb 11 2019
  • Re: אֱלֹהִים plural in singular context

    [quote user="Gregorio Billikopf"] This is a wonderful link Puddin, thanks! Very needed. [/quote] Also, it’s always important to remember that Elohim is virtually always followed by singular verbs. Just received an email on this very noun from a linguist at Hebrew Univ. in Jerusalem last night. Shalom!
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Puddin’ on Sat, Feb 9 2019
  • Re: An example of Quranic ontology and treebank

    Awesome MJ.! Love that site. Adding it to my usual go-to sites. Just came across Bible Mesh site the other day at the suggestion of Dr. Naselli (currently taking his NT Exegesis mobileEd course). (They are a bit too theological & pricey for my taste though, but still an excellent site.) I suspect that trees and diagrams are above my pay grade right
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Feb 9 2019
  • Re: AYBC Sale... help picking some

    [quote user="DAL"] Puddin’ (It feels weird calling you what your wife calls you 😂), Anyway, check your upgrade price to Standard Portfolio. It might be cheaper to get it that way and you’ll get a ton more resources for the price 👍😁👌 DAL [/quote] Good idea. Thank you much. (BTW, I literally LOL when I read your post about Puddin’
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Feb 9 2019
  • Re: An example of Quranic ontology and treebank

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Puddin’"]Wowsie! That first link from Stanford is a heavy read.[/quote] My apologies - since retirement I've been taking modeling and natural language processing classes through Coursera ... leaves me a bit light on references that are truly introductory. [/quote] No, no, I meant to communicate that it is
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Feb 9 2019
  • Re: An example of Quranic ontology and treebank

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Not on Mac so I can't debug the copy issues. To figure the trees out An introduction to the dependency trees https://nlp.stanford.edu/software/nndep.html More than you wanted to know but very good https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/1598295969/ref=oh_aui_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 [/quote] Wowsie! That first link from
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Feb 9 2019
  • Re: An example of Quranic ontology and treebank

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Not on Mac so I can't debug the copy issues. To figure the trees out An introduction to the dependency trees https://nlp.stanford.edu/software/nndep.html More than you wanted to know but very good https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/1598295969/ref=oh_aui_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 [/quote] Excellent! Thank you much
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Feb 8 2019
  • Re: AYBC Sale... help picking some

    [quote user="Kiyah"]As for must haves, I'd say the ones on Romans and 1 Corinthians by Joseph Fitzmyer would rank high, and anything by Luke Timothy Johnson. As you said, bestcommenaries.com will show you which ones are the best ones in the series. Since I'm studying Hebrews right now I'm thinking about getting that volume, which is ranked pretty high
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Feb 8 2019
  • Re: An example of Quranic ontology and treebank

    I am only in Hebrew I and Greek II, but I have been very intriqued by the Tree modules (seems like I have a cantilation tree or something). They are difficult to figure out own my own, and I cannot seem to grasp how to copy/paste them (the Trees) into, say, Word or Key Note (?). I use a MacBook Air & iPad.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Feb 8 2019
  • Re: אֱלֹהִים plural in singular context

    [quote user="Renan"]Some nouns can be singular or plural even though they appear in plural form. For example, the term שָׁמַיִם can be translated into English as “heaven” or “heavens”, and the term מַיִם can be translated in English as “water” or waters”, depending on the context. You can find more info here
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Puddin’ on Sun, Feb 3 2019
  • Re: Excellent Faithlife TV Episode

    [quote user="Martin Hall"]It would be awesome to see other authors willing to be as passionate about their work as Mark Ward is. [/quote] Good point.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sun, Feb 3 2019
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