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  • Re: Verse by Verse Greek Audio

    That works perfect - thank you both. Strangely enough I had what I guess must have been an old version of this. It was by the same guy but was "Audio Greek NT" rather than "Greek Audio NT." I can't find it on the store now, so I guess it must not be sold any longer. But I just got this version and it works great.
    Posted to General by Rifhen on Sun, Jun 12 2022
  • Verse by Verse Greek Audio

    I know about the resource that provides pronunciation of the Greek lemma in the information tool. I also know about the Greek audio bibles. But my question is whether there is a tool or resource with a verse-by-verse reading of the Greek NT? What I mean by that is a tool/resource in which I could click a verse in say NA28 and have Logos/Verbum read
    Posted to General by Rifhen on Sun, Jun 12 2022
  • Re: Cyber Monday 2021 Deals

    I should have posted this last night, but at least on my PC as of 9:00 eastern (and this may have been true earlier), you could actually see the deals for the entire night. There were arrows on the current hour's deals and you just clicked to the right to see what was upcoming for each hour. That may have been possible all day, but it took me a while
    Posted to General by Rifhen on Mon, Nov 29 2021
  • Re: Single core, dual core, triple core etc

    I'd be surprised if that doesn't run Logos really well. But you could probably save some money if you don't want to game on it. The link below if $600 cheaper and I would think it would run Logos fine. I didn't spend that much time looking - you could probably find better deals. Note the hard drive is half as large which might be an issue if you are
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rifhen on Wed, Sep 22 2021
  • Re: Single core, dual core, triple core etc

    Some advice you probably don't need, but my understanding is that graphics cards are extremely overpriced right now. For example, there's a 3080 on newegg going for $2100 and PS5s on amazon for over $1000. If you aren't interested in gaming you might really be paying for performance right now that you don't really need if that laptop is being marketed
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rifhen on Wed, Sep 22 2021
  • Re: Single core, dual core, triple core etc

    I'm on a desktop, but I have a Ryzen 7 3700X and it has no problem with Logos at all - as snappy as you could imagine, never freezes etc. I do have 32 gigs of ram and a NVME SSD though so those may play a part as well. I'm guessing any laptop with a 5800 will have a fast SSD and plenty of ram too.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rifhen on Wed, Sep 22 2021
  • Re: Favorites feature in Logos 9

    I tend to use favorites as bookmarks. The bookmarks tool itself (which is on the bottom of favorites) isn't customizable enough for me. So I have folders in favorites organized by the projects I'm working on. E.g., "Genesis Study" and then I include in that the favorites folder links to my spots in each related book or commentary that I'm working through
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rifhen on Tue, Sep 14 2021
  • Re: OT Source in NT

    If you have Beale's Commentary on the NT Use of the OT it will often provide the information you are looking for if it is a direct quote. It will also go deep into the background of the OT quote, its reception history and how it is being used in NT passage. In some cases it will also do this for allusions - e.g. "This is my beloved Son" at Jesus' baptism
    Posted to General by Rifhen on Mon, Sep 13 2021
  • Re: Deuterocanon

    Thanks Kevin - I have that OT intro on my list if it is ever released. I think I've learned a lot from everything Pitre has put out, but I didn't realize this had so much content on every OT book. I hadn't heard of Dr. Giszczak's blog, and will definitely check it out.
    Posted to Catholic Products by Rifhen on Sat, Sep 11 2021
  • Re: Deuterocanon

    Thank you John, some good ideas. I've had the same experience as you with Collegeville/New Collegeville, Navarre and Haydock. I'm embarrassed to say I own the RH Charles volume and didn't know! I'll try it out for a couple of chapters. I also went ahead and picked up Lange as it was cheap enough to try out. Would love to hear your thoughts on any of
    Posted to Catholic Products by Rifhen on Fri, Sep 10 2021
  • Re: Deuterocanon

    Thank you both. I think I probably am looking more for single volumes on each book. Ideally I'd like to find something similar to say Wenham's commentary on Genesis, but for the deuteros
    Posted to Catholic Products by Rifhen on Thu, Sep 9 2021
  • Deuterocanon

    I'd love to hear any recommendations anyone has for commentaries on the deuterocanonicals. I recently came into the Church from Protestantism and am just reading these for the first time. Most of the resources I have for finding good commentaries cater primarily to Protestants, so there is not much on these books. It looks like Biblicum package uses
    Posted to Catholic Products by Rifhen on Thu, Sep 9 2021
  • Some recommendations

    I don't believe anything by Mediatrix Press is available in Verbum. In many cases, I believe Grant's translations are the only English versions available of classic works. I would especially be interested in their St. Alphonsus Moral Theology volumes: Moral Theology of St. Alphonsus, Volume I - Mediatrix Press (some of which are available now and others
    Posted to Suggestions by Rifhen on Tue, Sep 7 2021
  • Re: Navarre Bible Problem

    Thank you!
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rifhen on Tue, Sep 7 2021
  • Navarre Bible Problem

    I mentioned this in another forum and was told I should post it here. It appears that Navarre Bible for Matt 6:1-18 is tagged incorrectly as Luke. As as result when you run a passage guide on Luke, the Matthew Commentary shows up. Moreover, if you have Navarre linked to Luke in your bible and go to Luke 6, it will pull up the Matthew notes. I was told
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rifhen on Mon, Sep 6 2021
  • Re: Problem with Navarre Bible

    Graham, I think I confused you with my screen shot, where I hovered over the wrong reference. This one is better. As you can see, two Navarre Bibles pop up. The one that says Luke 6:1-18 is actually Matthew, which you can see in the screen shot where I hover over it (look in bottom corner). The one below it is actually Luke. I take it from NB the problem
    Posted to Suggestions by Rifhen on Mon, Sep 6 2021
  • Re: Problem with Navarre Bible

    I have the issue in both the passage guide and the exegetical guide. I'm attaching two photos. The first shows the passage guide - you can see how it is pulling up both the Matthew and the Luke Navarre Bible. The second shows what happens when I open a Navarre Bible, sync it to linkset A, and go to a passage in Luke in my synced Bible. Note that notes
    Posted to Suggestions by Rifhen on Mon, Sep 6 2021
  • Problem with Navarre Bible

    Hope this is the right place for this. The Navarre Bible notes on Matthew seem to think that they are also notes on Luke. If you pull up a passage in Luke - say today's reading for Luke 6:6-11 - and look in the Exegetical Guide, NB Mt on Matt 6:1-18 shows up. It creates problems with the layout as I use the series feature to make the commentary go to
    Posted to Suggestions by Rifhen on Sun, Sep 5 2021
  • Re: Aquinas Opera Omnia

    That is what I was afraid of - thank you Sine!
    Posted to Catholic Products by Rifhen on Sat, Sep 4 2021
  • Aquinas Opera Omnia

    Does anyone have the parts of this that are available already, which may just be the Summa? I'd be interested in hearing any reviews, particularly as to value for someone who already has other versions. I use the Latin and English Summas for Latin practice. I'm not knocking it, but for that purpose it would be helpful to have a more literal translation
    Posted to Catholic Products by Rifhen on Wed, Sep 1 2021
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