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  • Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: End of support for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & MacOS 10.11–10.13

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="Puddin’"]I’m probably the least tech-savvy person on here, so pardon my ignorance. But, I have a Mac Air, iPad Pro & iPhone 10. I see the reference above to Mac, but surely this doesn’t mean that all Mac (or iPad Pro) will not be able to use Logos by Feb. 2020 (?). [/quote] No, not at all
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Yesterday
  • Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: End of support for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & MacOS 10.11–10.13

    I’m probably the least tech-savvy person on here, so pardon my ignorance. But, I have a Mac Air, iPad Pro & iPhone 10. I see the reference above to Mac, but surely this doesn’t mean that all Mac (or iPad Pro) will not be able to use Logos by Feb. 2020 (?). I‘ve literally spent thousands of dollars on Logos products in the last
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sun, Jul 14 2019
  • Re: Thinking of picking up a collection of Journals. Could use some advice

    [quote user="Willy Arnold"] Hey brother Apostolic! You might want to take advantage of Master Journal Bundle 4.1 while it's on Pre-Pub. https://www.logos.com/product/154052/master-journal-bundle-41 I am also looking at eventually getting the Galaxie set (includes JETS): https://www.logos.com/product/156048/galaxies-theological-journal-library-vols-1
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Jul 2 2019
  • Re: Value of BDAG/HALOT for non-Greek/Hebrew trained User

    Rick—just a few points below: Personally, like yourself, I had a huge original languages library prior to acquiring BDAG & HALOT. I acquired both of these prior to taking Hebrew & Greek because when it comes to serious exegetical interpretation these are the standard authorities for biblical languages. Indeed, I rarely read a commentary
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Jun 29 2019
  • Re: Thinking of picking up a collection of Journals. Could use some advice

    [quote user="Beloved"] [quote user="Puddin’"]What journal bundle would one look into for exegetical and/or linguistic papers (JETS?)[/quote] I think the best journal for these topics is JBL (the Journal of Biblical Literature). It is found in the Master Journal Bundle https://www.logos.com/search?query=master%20journal%20bundle&sortBy=Relevance&limit
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Jun 29 2019
  • Re: Thinking of picking up a collection of Journals. Could use some advice

    [quote user="Beloved"] [quote user="Chris Toney"]Hello, I am looking to add some journals to my collection but could use some advice. My first question is: how useful are journals for sermon prep? My second is: does logos index them in such a way that they will show up in the passage guide when researching a particular pericope? Last question: what
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Jun 27 2019
  • Re: NETS is out!

    If this is the same NETS, this has been out in Olive Tree for several years now (at least that’s when I bought it). Is this a new (updated) edition? On another note, while I personally like the easy-to-read flow, I have read mixed reviews of this resource. I am wondering if there’s an authoritative-standard LXX translation?
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Wed, May 29 2019
  • Re: Text comparison in Powerpoint and Word

    [quote user="Michael S."] Your computer should have a tool called "Snipping Tool"... it is marvelous. Better than screen shot, IMO. [/quote] Thank you—will check this out!
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Wed, May 22 2019
  • Re: Text comparison in Powerpoint and Word

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] [quote user="Puddin’"]I am also very curious as to how I would copy-paste over into PP from Logos. For ex., I have several cantillation trees that I would LOVE to be able to show to the church pastor on the screen—but wouldn’t have a clue where to begin?[/quote] Did you read my post above? If the feature
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sun, May 19 2019
  • Re: Greek morphology search - αλληλων with imperatives

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] [quote user="Puddin’"]Dave—is there a tutorial on how to conduct these type of syntax parallels for both the OT & NT? [/quote] With the Morphological selector window, above, you would need to select Hebrew or Aramaic instead of Greek ( Logos Greek ), and your lemma would have to correspond to that language
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sun, May 19 2019
  • Re: Text comparison in Powerpoint and Word

    I am also very curious as to how I would copy-paste over into PP from Logos. For ex., I have several cantillation trees that I would LOVE to be able to show to the church pastor on the screen—but wouldn’t have a clue where to begin? I would even pay someone to show me all of this stuff if I could find the right person😳!
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, May 18 2019
  • Re: Greek morphology search - αλληλων with imperatives

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] Type as follows after you query Type NEAR , space then @ and select Verb followed by Imperative. Hit Enter to start the search. To refine NEAR, you can instead use BEFORE xx WORDS or AFTER xx WORDS , where xx is a number e.g. 2 [/quote] Dave—is there a tutorial on how to conduct these type of syntax parallels for both
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, May 18 2019
  • Re: Why should I buy HALOT?

    Personally, HALOT is my first go-to for lexicography of Semitic languages. All Hebrew professors that I personally listen to and am currently taking class from strongly urge the acquisition of HALOT (as has already been mentioned). It is equivalent to the BDAG of the OT corpus.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, May 7 2019
  • Re: Marah - Exodus 15:23

    [quote user="Denise"]Mr Criddle, you do amaze. When I saw the question, I thought surely a speculating Biblical commentator didn't go there.[/quote] I thought the same things, both regarding Mr. Criddle—and the claim of a laxativing effect on the Israelites! I thought, “Oh, how funny!” Turns out I was wrong—going to check in
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Apr 25 2019
  • Re: New to all of this

    Welcome Denise! I am also relatively new to Logos—and yes, it CAN I need be overwhelming. I STILL cannot figure I it how to highlight on my MAC😡. I wish I would have went w. Logos much earlier. For the most part, the folks on this forum have been very gracious, friendly, and helpful. And, usually w.in a few hours someone has shown me how to rectify
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Apr 18 2019
  • Re: Suggestion - Diagramming Notes

    Well, I cannot get the diagram to upload. Will try again later 😊.
    Posted to Suggestions by Puddin’ on Tue, Apr 9 2019
  • Re: Suggestion - Diagramming Notes

    Wow! This is good stuff. I love to read diagrams (I‘m weird like that😏). I have an entire diagram of the GNT from a DTS grad., but cannot copy-paste very well into Word or power point. A diagram of Acts 22.16 below will reflect what a friend of mine put into PowerPoint. This was the only way I could get it onto a slide. If I might ask, what diagramming
    Posted to Suggestions by Puddin’ on Tue, Apr 9 2019
  • Re: Ante Nicene Fathers?

    [quote user="EastTN"]Everything Ken says about Schaff is absolutely correct. The two advantages are that it is relatively inexpensive, and is included in a number of the base packages. It lets you link to a usable translation of a good bit of patristic material without breaking the bank. I got it years ago as part of a base package. This has helped
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Mar 25 2019
  • Re: Ante Nicene Fathers?

    [quote user="SineNomine"] [quote user="Puddin’"]Thank you Ken. I am interested in almost any early writers—such as Justin Martyr, Clement, Ignatius, Tertullian, etc. [/quote] The ANF set that you link is definitely a good one for your needs, although it lacks Irenaeus. [quote user="Puddin’"]For example, I have read that Tertullian
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Mar 25 2019
  • Re: Ante Nicene Fathers?

    [quote user="Ken McGuire"] Looking closer I see a few sets that may interest you. First off, there is the old "Schaff" - although he didn't edit the ante Nicenes... It is actually a decent collection, but it has a few problems. It is dated - unaware of the many textual discoveries since then. Clement gets a bit specific in how he talks about sex, and
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Mar 25 2019
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