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  • Re: Prices on Morris Proctor-200.00 price tag!

    [quote user="Lonnie"]honesty and a limited pocketbook compel me to agree with you[/quote] Perhaps here or else where-hopefully they would allow to put that on the payment program. Had a friend come over and one of his questions was will buying books ever end for me? Told him no. He queried how could I afford books. Asked him if he had a dollar and shared
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Emme on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: Prices on Morris Proctor-200.00 price tag!

    [quote user="Morris Proctor"] The Camp Logos Live DVD’s were designed to meet a different need. Some Logos users want a high end, professionally produced training alternative. These DVD’s perhaps will not be for everyone nor are they designed to replace all of the other training options. They are just one more choice in an ever expanding sea of Logos
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Emme on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: Works of Alexander Campbell, Barton W. Stone (restoration preachers)

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] Since Campbell based all of his arguments on the Bible it would be very useful to have this in Libronix format for comparative studies. [/quote] I agree. Not that I afree with Stone orCampbell, but when they came out with SDA resources, I went ahead and bought it. A couple of reasons, first, many cults practically ripped
    Posted to Suggestions by David Emme on Mon, Jul 20 2009
  • Re: OT: Hebrew Tutorial

    [quote user="Floyd Johnson"]It is not a "Hebrew pill" that automatically inserts the language into our brain.[/quote] This is somewhat of a joke, but there is a resource like this. The last few days I have ben searching for books on biblical languages and textual criticism not available on Logos. Sometimes, I will also search Logos as well as Google
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Mon, Jul 20 2009
  • Re: OT: Hebrew Tutorial

    [quote user="Robert Pavich"]Can you elaborate? Their website has VERY LITTLE actual information, no screen shots, no real description...etc...[/quote] To me, the most important strength of the program is the flash card program andtesting. Before describing this, it also has audio pronunciations to help you with the pronunciation. When going over the
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Tue, Jul 21 2009
  • Re: Works of Alexander Campbell, Barton W. Stone (restoration preachers)

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] I'm not offended. (FYI: I attend an Independent Fundamentalist Baptist church. They are more Fundamentalist than I. And I am more Independent than they. ) To give you a hint; I love Francis Schaeffer, J.I.Packer, Bonhoeffer, Greg Harris among others. [/quote] Thanks. Interestingly, I consider my self an Independent Fundamental
    Posted to Suggestions by David Emme on Tue, Jul 21 2009
  • Re: What is Logos to you?

    [quote user="Ryan Burns"] I realize it is kind of an open ended question, but that's what makes it fun. Feel free to share just a few words or a story that illustrates what it is to you. Interact with one another's comments and have fun. [/quote] What is Logos to me, a lot! I very much enjoy the many resorces. I have many resources on prepub as well
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Tue, Jul 21 2009
  • Re: What is Logos to you?

    [quote user="Jules lamond"] A good resource and great tool, however it is not a replacement for the Biblical text. I do not study the available resources to the extent that they shape my thinking. [/quote] I think that perhaps maybe you are not seeing where I a coming from. I state it has become my bible, not only for the many tools, but also having
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Tue, Jul 21 2009
  • Re: What is Logos to you?

    [quote user="JimDean"]The Library of Libronix resources has allowed me to do something I never could have imagined I would do - I've been able to DONATE 98% of my hardcopy library (over 1200 books) to several Bible College and Missions organizations. [/quote] Praise the Lord on using Logos to give away to others in need. When I see someone else doing
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Tue, Jul 21 2009
  • Audio/Video Bible

    They now have the bible on video where it shows the words on a TV screen and here a narration of the bible. Of course, Audio bibles is something that has been around for awhile-especially the popular Alexander Scourby reading the KJV. Would like to see both made available on Logos for sale. We now have the program where we can have the Greek read to
    Posted to Suggestions by David Emme on Tue, Jul 21 2009
  • Re: More on translation, Eugene Peterson, and the KJVO people

    As a KJVO believer, I hit on that very issue years ago. I think God is more concerned how we live the bible we have as opposed to going around proving everyone wrong on the bible. God bless Dave Emme
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Thu, Jul 2 2009
  • Re: More on translation, Eugene Peterson, and the KJVO people

    Amen to that brother. I think if most fellow KJVO brothers saw some of my posts here on this issue, they would sware King James was doing somersaults in his grave over some of my thoughts and words about us "KJVO"
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Thu, Jul 2 2009
  • Re: What would you like to see Logos link to?

    I do not know if anyone ever replied to their own post. I contacted the preaching site and actually got a reply back. I did not expect it. So I ask, Logos, get with the program...pleaaaasee. Get unbusy and make this happen. Maybe if I start praying for this, it will happen! Hello, Thank you for writing and for posting your suggestion in the Logos forums
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Thu, Jul 2 2009
  • Re: What would you like to see Logos link to?

    [quote user="Floyd Johnson"] [quote user="David Emme"]What would you like to see Logos link to?[/quote] I would like to see Logos link to these sites - but I would like to take this one step further. I would like Logos to link to any site, program, or file, that can have a link created to it. For example, I have often said in the news groups and, more
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Fri, Jul 3 2009
  • Re: John 8 and P66 and p75

    This would be my answer. Christ as God can decide to forgive whom he pleases. To me, Christ does not need to fit into our theological box of how he dispenes foregiveness. Certainly, we must have repentance and faith in the finished work of Christ to find foregiveness. Yet, what Christ decides to do is his business. I hope you see this as coming from
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Mon, Jun 22 2009
  • Re: Which Commentaries do you use most in Logos?

    Believe it or not, I probably use the New Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge more then anything and find it the most profitable. Then TVM in Strong's and TDNT/OT. Usually I will go to a commentary when I have a thought about a certain passage and see what others say. Sometimes, in going to commentaries, I might be able to pull a good point out of one
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Wed, Jun 24 2009
  • Re: Which Commentaries do you use most in Logos?

    Yes, you are right, the bible alone will teach us much in English. I aspire to write an article on a certain methodology of bible study on just reading the bible and some other things related to reading the bible and perhaps get it published in Bible Study Magazine. The point of my comments was because someone mentioned about using commentaries in a
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Thu, Jun 25 2009
  • Re: Which Commentaries do you use most in Logos?

    On Lexham. I do not know greek and maybe have a surface familiarality. I have been buying resources through Logos and book form as well as bought one DVD as well as a CD(cannot remember the name right now) where it is very good for refreshing or as a study guide to Greek for first time Greek students such as myself-I will have to track down the name
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Thu, Jun 25 2009
  • Re: Which Commentaries do you use most in Logos?

    Thanks, Yes, I have quite a few "books" in actual book form, but my goal is when I go, I take my bible and my laptop and that is it. Same thing if I make my way to a seminary.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Fri, Jun 26 2009
  • Re: Which Commentaries do you use most in Logos?

    What I am thinking is one of a couple things oof zondervan. Either Zondervan has an exclusive contract with that company or they own the software or one of their subsidaries own's that software. I would bet my bottom dollar it is one of the two preventing zondervan from marketing their stuff to other programs.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Emme on Tue, Jun 30 2009
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