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  • Re: What must I do to be saved? Research

    Studying one doctrine at a time in isolation (in this case: what is needed to be saved?) is sure to be doomed to failure. Let me use an analogy to explain. If you take a loan to buy a house, there are many features in the contract to consider: interest rate, length of the loan (15 years or 30 years), down payment needed (3% of 5% or 20% of the value
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Mon, May 23 2022
  • Re: What must I do to be saved? Research

    [quote user="D L"] So all but God are condemned in your opinion? I was never condemned. What did you do to earn hell? Regards DL [/quote] A reply would require going down theological bunny trails, which would be against Forum guidelines. Probably, I shouldn't have replied to your earlier post itself.
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Thu, May 19 2022
  • Re: What must I do to be saved? Research

    [quote user="D L"] What makes you think you need saving? Regards DL [/quote] I'm not God
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Thu, May 19 2022
  • Re: What must I do to be saved? Research

    [quote user="xnman"] I read through this thread.... and to be truthful, don't you find it confusing as I do? I mean, in kindness, ... that we each "spout" our individual way to be saved and there seems to be several different ways.... and don't get me wrong... I respect each way... not trying to change anyone or anything .... But if I was an outsider
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Thu, May 19 2022
  • Re: Research Project: How would you...?

    My thoughts below are not about how best to use the various tools (Notes, Tags, Clippings etc.). My thoughts are how to organize the knowledge you gain from a topic that you plan to explore. Broadly speaking, all of my thoughts are put in 3 broad bins: Definition, Causes, and Consequences. Let's take "good works," which is something that came up in
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by 1Cor10:31 on Tue, May 17 2022
  • Re: What must I do to be saved? Research

    How about extracting the minimum set of beliefs needed for salvation from the thief on the cross next to Jesus? He definitely didn't have baptism by water. He did no good works after conversion. He simply believed that Jesus is God and repented of his sins.
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Tue, May 17 2022
  • Re: Should this be type = commentary (instead of Monograph)

    [quote user="Kyle G. Anderson"] This collection is all over the place in terms of how it's structured by I agree these would be well served by having Bible Milestones and appearing in the Passage Guide. We have a case in place to get the 20 titles updated. [/quote] Thank you indeed. Appreciative of you all taking our feedback into account.
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Fri, May 13 2022
  • Re: Just a thought, but controversial I am sure.

    [quote user="Mike Childs"] I also appreciate MJ's bumps. I am not bothered by anyone's bumps. [/quote]
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Mon, May 9 2022
  • Re: Can you help us improve search?

    [quote user="Mark Barnes (Faithlife)"] There certainly are ways to simplify it - and we're working on ways to do that. It's hard to do it without reducing the power of search, but we're looking at things like: Having clearer defaults, so there's less you have to think about Making hidden options more discoverable, so it's easier to make changes you
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Wed, May 4 2022
  • Re: How do I get rid of "bloatware"?

    [quote user="Ken McGuire"] I do not disagree that it is rational for a business to cater to its customers. But it is also rational for businesses to develop MORE customers too. [/quote] Firm value depends not only on current year's cash flows, but cash flows for all eternity (Yes, finance people think of eternity). So, Faithlife has all the motivation
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Fri, Apr 29 2022
  • Re: How do I get rid of "bloatware"?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Historically they are admittedly Evangelical in bias -- that is not a complaint or a criticism. Simply look at earlier resource distributions e.g. July 2011 [/quote] I'm sorry to point out that this graph also doesn't prove that they had a bias. In 2011, it is quite possible that the customers who brought the most dollars to
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Thu, Apr 28 2022
  • Re: How do I get rid of "bloatware"?

    [quote user="xnman"] Personally, I have come to the opinion... on my own... that Faithife is biased from a Catholic viewpoint. Just look at the Logos.com books. [/quote] If you are willing to buy $10 million worth of books / year and you're from a denomination of 1 (i.e., you and you only in the denomination), Faithlife will be happy to put out resources
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Thu, Apr 28 2022
  • Re: Psalms in the Newer Augustine Set on the Cheap (Maybe; V9 Ord Bronze)

    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Tue, Apr 26 2022
  • Re: Study outside your idealogy?

    [quote user="xnman"] I am in search of religious truth... which I think differs from "society religious truth" in that the religious truth I am seeking must be in agreement with the Bible... [/quote] Everybody believes that their beliefs are grounded in the Bible. What a wide chasm exists between Catholics and Protestants. My point is that we all have
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Sat, Apr 23 2022
  • Re: Should this be type = commentary (instead of Monograph)

    [quote user="Ted Hans"] Perhaps you may not have picked it up as I was brief. I was agreeing with your original post . [/quote] Sorry, I was taking a short cut to respond to both Dave and you in the same post and my writing came thro' clumsily. I knew you were agreeing with me.
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Sat, Apr 23 2022
  • Re: Should this be type = commentary (instead of Monograph)

    [quote user="DMB"] Best to use a CitedBy panel. [/quote] Thanks for the suggestion. I guess CitedBy tool will catch any monographs that cites verses. I have never used this tool, but I will go learn about it.
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Sat, Apr 23 2022
  • Re: Should this be type = commentary (instead of Monograph)

    Thank you both Dave and Ted. I went back and looked more closely. I feel that it should still be a commentary. On first glance, it appears that this resource is based on topics (as Dave said). The "topic" is actually a summary title for the verse/passage. The "sub topics" are actually subheadings under which the verse is discussed. He doesn't discuss
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Sat, Apr 23 2022
  • Should this be type = commentary (instead of Monograph)

    Based on the description of this resource ( https://www.logos.com/product/8527/the-great-texts-of-the-bible ) and light reading, I feel that this is fit to be typed as commentary. Similar to Simeon;s Horae ( https://www.logos.com/product/3870/charles-simeons-horae-homileticae-commentary ) in the sense that it is not a verse-by-verse commentary. The
    Posted to General by 1Cor10:31 on Fri, Apr 22 2022
  • Re: Theology Guide vs topic guide

    [quote user="Andrew Batishko"] [quote user=" 1Cor10:31 "]Is it possible to get the full list of theological tags and topic tags used by Faithlife?[/quote] As detailed in the "Lexham Systematic Theology Ontology: Dataset Documentation", you can find the complete list of theological categories by checking out the table of contents of the "Lexham Survey
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by 1Cor10:31 on Fri, Apr 22 2022
  • Re: Theology Guide vs topic guide

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] They access difference resources - the theological guide accesses resources that are tagged with the theological tags (see Lexham Survey of Theology for a sense of the tags). These are primarily resources with a type of theology. Topic guide accesses resource that are tagged with topical tags - more oriented to dictionaries
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by 1Cor10:31 on Fri, Apr 22 2022
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