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  • Thoughts

    I am not sure if this proposal/subject fits the group, but it is below. I also posted in it the desktop group. It is mainly my thoughts, but I want to see what everyone else thinks. One person in a Saturday Bible study said that only three verses in Revelation have the lemmata σκηνόω and θεός: 7:15; 13:6; and 21:3. The most difficult to exegete is 13
    Posted to General by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Re: Tip: Copy Passage List without Bible Text

    [quote user="PJ"] Sometimes you may want to copy a Passage List with no Bible Text. I usually used Export/Print to do this. A much faster trick is to remove the Version from the Passage List, Select All and Copy. No Bible Text will be in the Clipboard. [/quote] Great idea. Can you show your steps in this so I can follow along?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Re: Leedy's Greek Diagrams

    Yes, this how-to idea is covered in many of my Greek textbooks, but that is not what I want. I want to syntactically and linguistically analyze this and then diagram the whole Gospel of John. I am doing a deep exegesis and study of John's Gospel in the next 3 months. I want to take this a step further and ponder why. Does that make sense?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Re: Leedy's Greek Diagrams

    What is the difference between the SBLGNT and NA28 and UBS5? Which one should I use?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Re: Greek Questions

    This does sort of help. I do not know exactly how to say what I want to do. I do not know how to constrain the results to John's Gospel. I also want to see this word in action. Like I want to perform a syntactical and linguistic analysis of its use in John. I want to see what the word does in each verse while being diagrammed. I want to see this word
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Derivations of verses in Logos

    In my software as a seminary student, I was able to derive select verses in a selected portion of a particular workbook and textbook into a combined file. I have not been able to find a way to do that in Logos 9. Is it possible to be done? I am studying the uses of the ascriptions of Jesus in John's Gospel. I want to pull a list of the words and verses
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Resource Questions

    Does anyone have access to this source online? Keegan Osinski and Bobby Smiley, “Library as Thesis Laboratory: A Workshop-Based Approach to How Librarians Can Support Writing and Research” (presented at the American Theological Library Association annual conference, Indianapolis, June 14, 2018).
    Posted to General by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Re: Leedy's Greek Diagrams

    [quote user="Pastor Michael Huffman"] [quote user="Christian Alexander"] Does anyone like Leedy's diagrams? How important are they? [/quote] I really appreciate Randy's efforts here and they are a very valuable resource to have. They will help you see the flow of the text more clearly and therefore help you in your exposition of the text. However, with
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Re: Leedy's Greek Diagrams

    [quote user="Mark Smith"] My two cents: I don't diagram Greek sentences anymore, but if I did, I might find Leedy helpful in correcting my work or helping me see things in a different way. So, it would depend on what you do when you approach the Greek text and if you diagram, whether having someone else's similar work might be something you'd like to
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • John books

    What are some good books on fulfillment and replacement in the Gospel of John?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Faithlife Connect

    Can someone explain how Faithlife Connect works and its importance?
  • NIDNTTE

    What does everyone think about the New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis, 2nd Edition | NIDNTTE? Is it good for word studies?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Greek Questions

    The Greek word behind “truth” is ἀλήθεια (aletheia). The word itself carries an intensely distinct semantic range. English speakers may translate this word as “in truth,” or “upon truth,” or “sincerely,” or “genuine,” or “firmness,” among other similar options. Considering the 109 uses of this word in the New Testament, it is translated as we see it
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Re: Help

    It says I have temporary access as well. I called them and they could not track it down.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Re: Questions

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] I'm not sure I understand your question - depending upon what information you want you use a morphology, clause or syntax search to pull out the data you need. [/quote] I want to find the data in John 1 and then cite them for a research paper.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Thoughts

    I recently read “Salvation by Allegiance Alone” where the author, Matthew Bates, proposes “allegiance” as the most accurate translation of pistis. Even though he recognizes that we should not read all the content of allegiance in every occurrence of pistis in the NT, I suspect that it is what many might be tempted to do. I wonder if, in the light of
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Re: Zotero to Logos

    ok
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • SUGGESTION

    I would like to Rudolf Bultmann's commentary on the Gospel of John. Is this possible to get on logos?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Leedy's Greek Diagrams

    Does anyone like Leedy's diagrams? How important are they?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
  • Questions

    How can a syntactic analysis of the SBL Greek New Testament provide the opportunity to gather data on prepositional phrases with particular prepositions and particular prepositional objects?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Christian Alexander on Tue, Nov 2 2021
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