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  • Re: Research on Servant Leadership

    My recommendation: Laniak, Timothy S. Shepherds after My Own Heart: Pastoral Traditions and Leadership in the Bible . New Studies in Biblical Theology. England; Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press; Apollos, 2006. Here's why: https://allenbrowne.blog/2017/10/04/shepherds-after-my-own-heart/ I'm sure others will have suggestions too.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Allen Browne on Sun, Jan 23 2022
  • Re: Judah as a New Testament Person

    [quote user="Kathleen Marie"]Are there books in Logos that will discuss in depth some of the topics that you two are mentioning and alluding to?[/quote] Any commentaries on Mt 1 will probably help. My favorite is Dick France, The Gospel of Matthew (NICNT series). Or this simple blog post provides some suggestions and quotes: Why ancestry.com? (Mt 1
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Mon, Jan 17 2022
  • Re: Judah as a New Testament Person

    [quote user="DMB"][quote user="Allen Browne"] Since Jews are largely descendants of Judah ... [/quote] Not to intrude on Kathleen's quest, but really? ... [/quote] Okay, the connection is more etymological than genealogical. Chronicles certainly held out the hope of "all Israel" redeemed through the returned exiles of Judah, and Matthew 1 is talking
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Mon, Jan 17 2022
  • Re: Judah as a New Testament Person

    [quote user="Kathleen Marie"]January is the month of reading plans and genealogies. Many of us are reading from both Matthew and Genesis, and although the expectation is that I think genealogies are boring, I don't. I have an upcoming paper for a biography of anyone in the book of Matthew. Technically, Judah (the son of the patriarch Jacob) is listed
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Sun, Jan 16 2022
  • Re: Dates of Old Testament Prophets

    This list is from Paul R. House and Eric Mitchell, Old Testament Survey , 2nd ed. (Nashville, TN: B&H Publishing Group, 2007), 174: Joel c. 800 BC (?) Amos 760–750 BC Hosea 750–725 BC Jonah 750 BC Isaiah 740–687 BC Micah 701 BC Zephaniah 630–620 BC Jeremiah 627–587 BC Nahum 612 BC Habakkuk 610–600 BC Ezekiel 593–571 BC Obadiah 587 BC Haggai 520 BC Zechariah
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Mon, Jan 3 2022
  • Re: Research Query

    [quote user="Christian Alexander"] If Christ shares in divinity, to what extent is that divinity in Christ? Or, more practically, to what extent can that divinity be experienced in Christ? This experience found personally in Christ is the main point of John’s Christology.” When it is said, “to what extent can that divinity be experienced in Christ?
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Wed, Dec 29 2021
  • Re: Mark Barnes

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] It’s nice to be missed. Thank you. For the last year or two I’ve been working in the IT department of a Christian non-profit, rather than for my church, so I spend far less time in Logos than I used to. I’ve remained in the same church, but as a lay-elder rather than the pastor. I still try and keep an eye on the forums, but
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Wed, Dec 29 2021
  • Re: Dataset for OT use of OT

    [quote user="Christian Alexander"]Is there a dataset for the OT use of OT?[/quote] Not a dataset, but a resource: Schnittjer, Gary Edward. Old Testament Use of Old Testament : A Book-by-Book Guide. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Academic, 2021.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Allen Browne on Fri, Dec 24 2021
  • Re: 9.10 (9.10.0.0017) is now available

    [quote user="Philana R. Crouch"]The Logos Bible Software desktop application version 9.10 is now available to all users.[/quote] Just wanted to say thanks to the Logos team for these updates. Many of us use this software every day, so the bug-fixes and developments mean a lot to us. Thanks, and have a great Christmas break with your families, celebrating
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Allen Browne on Tue, Dec 21 2021
  • Re: The Time Element of Aorist Participles

    [quote user="Christian Alexander"] What is the Time Element of Aorist Participles and how can this be shown in action? [/quote] In addition to the great resources M.J. suggested, see: Con Campbell, Basics of Verbal aspect https://www.logos.com/product/41545/basics-of-verbal-aspect-in-biblical-greek
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Sat, Dec 18 2021
  • Re: Josephus

    [quote user="Christian Alexander"]How does Josephus' work clarify the NT works? I want to cite his Antiquities. How can I do so?[/quote] Assuming you have bought some books in Logos, open the Library window and search for: author:Josephus The older translation by Whiston is in lots of packages. It includes Antiquities , Wars , and Life . It will take
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Thu, Dec 16 2021
  • Re: Blocking the "Conversation" window on the Logos website.

    [quote user="DMB"] I just turn javascript off ... prevents purchasing[/quote] Yeah, that kind of defeats the purpose. Thanks.
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Tue, Nov 23 2021
  • Blocking the "Conversation" window on the Logos website.

    Is there a way to prevent this "Conversation" window from blocking my view of the Logos website? I'm using Firefox 94 on Windows 11, and it happens each time I right-click a link to open in a new window. Minimizing it every time gets tiring.
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Tue, Nov 23 2021
  • Re: Academic Research and Writing Tips

    [quote user="Christian Alexander"]What are some of the best academic research and writing tips you all have?[/quote] Ensure you're including the breadth of views on your subject. If you're Evangelical, can you point to the best perspectives of Catholic scholarship and state their points of view in a way that represents them honestly (something they
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Allen Browne on Sun, Nov 21 2021
  • Re: Cannot uncombine Taskbar icons in Windows 11

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]It is likely that current hacks will impair other functionality of the taskbar, so it is best to work with combined icons or revert to Windows 10. If MS doesn't restore uncombined icons, then the future will see more professional utilities (remember the Start Button debacle on Windows 8)[/quote] Thanks, Dave. I think you're
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Allen Browne on Thu, Nov 18 2021
  • Re: Cannot uncombine Taskbar icons in Windows 11

    [quote user="David Thomas"] [quote user="Allen Browne"] do you have suggestions to restore productivity?[/quote] mouse over the Logos icon and thumbnails of your various windows will appear, click on the one you want. [/quote] Thanks David. That is what I'm doing. But I'm finding that the extra click, and then scanning the open windows to select a target
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Allen Browne on Wed, Nov 17 2021
  • Cannot uncombine Taskbar icons in Windows 11

    This is a problem with the Windows 11 taskbar (not Logos’ fault), but I’m reaching out for help as it’s slowing me down. I work with multiple windows open in Logos, typically 3 or 4: (Bibles, books, search, library). Windows 10 could show each of these in the taskbar, so a single click switched windows. Windows 11 can only show a single icon for Logos
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Allen Browne on Tue, Nov 16 2021
  • Re: Publication year missing: resources on website

    [quote user="Joe McCune (Faithlife)"]Allen and MJ, We are busy working on fixing this problem.[/quote] Excellent, thanks, Joe. Some of the new resources need page-counts as well. (I realize this doesn't apply to ebooks.) Appreciated.
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Mon, Oct 4 2021
  • Re: Question about Factbook

    [quote user="Gary Osborne"]I just happened by Psalm 82:1 (and vs 6) and I see that Logos has labeled Elohim in the Factbook as "Sons of God". Why in the world would that be? This verse has nothing to do with the Genesis 6 passage and "sons" isn't used. I don't understand the Factbook giving this [disputed] definition about heavenly beings marrying daughters
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Thu, Sep 30 2021
  • Publication year missing: resources on website

    For many new resources, I'm seeing no publication year on the Logos resource page. Example: https://www.logos.com/product/215412/satan-and-the-problem-of-evil-from-the-bible-to-the-early-church-fathers For older resources, we see a year at the top (under the author) and in the Product Details section (sometimes more that one year if Logos produced their
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Tue, Sep 28 2021
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