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  • Re: Akkadian Resources - What They Look Like/Inter-relate

    Yep. Although Logos is successfully tippy-toeing into aramaic sources, plus the prepub soon to ship. Part of the problem is what I might call 'Christian exegesis'. You start with a Biblical hebrew word, then you scan other Bible contexts (across centuries??), then you tippy-toe into nearby semitic cognates for more clues. Where the problem occurs is
    Posted to General by DMB on Today
  • Akkadian Resources - What They Look Like/Inter-relate

    https://www.logos.com/search?query=akkadian&ssi=0&sortBy=Relevance&limit=30&page=1&ownership=all&geographicAvailability=all This thread is just for info, if you're looking in Akkadian, and you want to know what the resources looks like, while linking information. If you have other resources (eg Concise Akkadian!), please add
    Posted to General by DMB on Today
  • Re: Commentaries and Analytical based on KJV’s TR

    Not exactly what your asking (since KJV is largely majority, but does bounce around earlier editions), the Friberg Analytical works off of UBS1-4, NA25-27, Hodges and Farsted 1985, and Robinson and Pierpont 1991. The latter two are, of course, majority sourced. https://www.logos.com/product/1787/analytical-greek-new-testament
    Posted to Lexham Press by DMB on Thu, May 13 2021
  • Re: New store button in Logos 9.5 beta 1

    [quote user="Willie"]Accordance has allowed everything on their main toolbar to be hideable for a long time and it appears to be very popular with their users. Within their toolbar customizing menu they include a “Reset” button to restore all default toolbar items.[/quote] I too was curious. I went out to the garage, and started up my old
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by DMB on Wed, May 12 2021
  • PP Soon: Hisory of Aramaic - Holger Gzella

    https://www.logos.com/product/196136/aramaic-a-history-of-the-first-world-language ... is shipping later this month. If you click on Gzella's name (product page), you'll see him showing up in some well regarded academic-level resources. Another of his books centerred on aramaic culture. The PP price isn't particularly attractive, but still cheaper than
    Posted to General by DMB on Wed, May 12 2021
  • Re: Resurrections in the Bible

    [quote user="Kevin Clemens"]After all, he cries out from "the belly of Sheol"[/quote] Excellent catch, Kevin. I don't know many Sheol/dust discussions (OT=dead=done) I've read. Maybe it's the fish as preservative. Joking.
    Posted to General by DMB on Wed, May 12 2021
  • Re: Resurrections in the Bible

    [quote user="David Paul"]While death may be the lowest of low points, any rise from an experienced low point qualifies.[/quote] Whew! I was afraid Enoch got left out. He didn't even go down to the abysss (to come back up).
    Posted to General by DMB on Wed, May 12 2021
  • Re: Thoughts on apologetics and theological discussions

    [quote user="1Cor10:31"] I see this discussion distinctly being theological, and only peripherally related to Logos resources. Why are the moderators allowing it to flourish? I find inconsistency in application of Forum guidelines to be hard to digest. I don't like people playing favorites. [/quote] Your angst is probably long-standing on the forum
    Posted to General by DMB on Sun, May 9 2021
  • Re: Thoughts on apologetics and theological discussions

    [quote user="1Cor10:31"] I see this discussion distinctly being theological, and only peripherally related to Logos resources. Why are the moderators allowing it to flourish? I find inconsistency in application of Forum guidelines to be hard to digest. I don't like people playing favorites. [/quote] Your angst is probably long-standing ... hard-enforcement
    Posted to General by DMB on Sun, May 9 2021
  • Re: Unable to add items into the shopping cart at Logos.com

    Well, THAT's not good. I can't speak to Chrome, but for a while, Logos.com didn't work for me. Then Logos9-web showed up in my purchase history, and Logos.com started working. I still try to avoid it ... Verbum seems to have an older auth-sequence.
    Posted to Logos.com by DMB on Sun, May 9 2021
  • Re: Syriac word list by book, number of occurrence and English translation

    [quote user="NB.Mick"]Interestingly, such information is contained in the Definition part of Information tool (which is blank in the Pentateuch) elsewhere in the Peshita resource:[/quote] Indeed curious. Kiraz's NT Peshitta has glosses in the right click but not directly accessible as a field ... I think in the 2003 design.
    Posted to Logos 8 Desktop App by DMB on Sun, May 9 2021
  • Re: Syriac word list by book, number of occurrence and English translation

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Leiden Peshitta version includes morphology[/quote] Are you sure?
    Posted to Logos 8 Desktop App by DMB on Sat, May 8 2021
  • Re: Thoughts on apologetics and theological discussions

    [quote user="David Wanat"]Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur[/quote]
    Posted to General by DMB on Sat, May 8 2021
  • Re: Logos vs Olive tree IPAD app

    [quote user="Mark Griffin"]Which do I prefer? OT for readability and ease of navigation. [/quote] I think your points are all good. Just guessing, FL faces challenges that OT doesn't: - FL has two competing customer demands. Good reader, vs mobile-Logos. The latter breaks up further into study vs sermon-support (and both). OT is more a relaxed this
    Posted to Logos Mobile App (Old) by DMB on Sat, May 8 2021
  • Re: Thoughts on apologetics and theological discussions

    [quote user="David Wanat"]acta est fabula plaudite[/quote] Sophisticated choice! Latin from the greek. Indeed a wink is appropriate.
    Posted to General by DMB on Sat, May 8 2021
  • Re: Thoughts on apologetics and theological discussions

    [quote user="David Wanat"]abusus non tollit usum [/quote] For those wanting or even needing excellent debating tools: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Latin_phrases_(A) Not reflecting on Mr Wanat, but randomly selecting one of these, keeping a poker-face, and adding nothing else in the phrase, is extremely effective. It places in doubt exactly
    Posted to General by DMB on Sat, May 8 2021
  • Re: Extra, extra read all about it

    Smiling, but exactly how did you imagine those newsheets might work (prior to presses). An army of copyists, with stacks of papyri? And in the bazaar .... who would notice? Actually, if you visit Ephasus in Turkey, you can view more informal adverts of the less socially-acceptable kind. But for a flavor closer to your idea, writings from Elephantine
    Posted to General by DMB on Fri, May 7 2021
  • Re: Pop up reference scrolling

    [quote user="Shawn Drewett"]Oh how I wish I could read the entire suggested reference without “jumping!” [/quote] Good luck on that. This morning, I wanted to compare Kings/Chronicles and Judah/Israel.4-way comparison. Logos has an excellent book on that (Crockett 1884), and in the desktop, allows selecting which Bible version/language.
    Posted to Logos 9 Mobile by DMB on Fri, May 7 2021
  • Re: Book of Mormon collection

    [quote user="Ben"]You mean this one? https://community.logos.com/forums/t/88557.aspx [/quote] Oopsy-doopsy. You're right. Illustrates how brains (mine) store things ... not very good. I run into BYU (most identifiable) regularly (geology work, and Biblical). A sample of one (me), the work is always tops ... I put it in the same arena as the Pontifical
    Posted to Suggestions by DMB on Fri, May 7 2021
  • Re: Book of Mormon collection

    [quote user="DIsciple II"]break free as they were exposed to the truth of the scriptures.[/quote] Laying out the bait, right? Good work. More seriously, I was hoping Ben put together the modern collection regarding Latter Day Saints. Unless I missed it.
    Posted to Suggestions by DMB on Fri, May 7 2021
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