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  • Re: Modern Apocryphal New Testament

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] adding it to Roadmap | Faithlife will help Fatihlife judge the interest. [/quote] Thanks. I should have looked there. It seems that someone has already added an entry. Putting my vote in. On a huge sidenote, I'm not a KJV Onlyist by any means, but if I had to make an argument for the KJV, it's that there's such a HUGE surrounding
    Posted to Suggestions by Ken Thompsen on Yesterday
  • Modern Apocryphal New Testament

    Logos could use a modern variation of apocryphal NT writings to accompany Charlesworth's Pseudepigrapha. I have a rare (now) hardcover from JK Elliot, printed by Oxford in the 80s, called the Apocryphal New Testament (the same name as MR James' classic. This was intended as an update). It's only in softcover now (ISBN: 9780198261810) , but it seems
    Posted to Suggestions by Ken Thompsen on Yesterday
  • Re: General Logos Libraries

    [quote user="DMB"] [quote user="Ken Thompsen"]What's the philosophy behind the curation of these non-denominational libraries?[/quote] The unknowable is simply 'business'. Years back, Bob outlined the (by far) predominant customer. I've always thought the forum and feedback sites were not representative of 'business' ... who's the bread and butter customer
    Posted to Suggestions by Ken Thompsen on Mon, Jul 5 2021
  • Re: General Logos Libraries

    [quote user="Sean"] The packages are reflective of Logos's original configuration. When it first came it out, it leaned very heavily towards American evangelicalism/fundamentalism. The denominational libraries and other offerings like Verbum represent a later branching out from that. Personally since L5 I've never bought a standard library to upgrade
    Posted to Suggestions by Ken Thompsen on Mon, Jul 5 2021
  • General Logos Libraries

    What's the philosophy behind the curation of these "non-denominational" libraries? Because they don't seem all that non-denominational. They've always seemed to be padded with a few Calvinist or even dispensational books (for example, the Bible Knowledge Commentary dispensational, and long been included as a "baseline" commentary in standard Logos editions
    Posted to Suggestions by Ken Thompsen on Mon, Jul 5 2021
  • Re: "New Testament Originally in Aramaic": Resources?

    [quote user="Sean"] Not looking for a debate at all but for resources/articles: Lately I've been encountering more and more, in both academic and popular works, the marginal theory that the New Testament, or at least parts of it, were originally written in Aramaic. Therefore, in order to best understand the text as it is before us, it is necessary to
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Mon, Jul 5 2021
  • Re: Vote for Ben Witherington's 3 Works on Women in Ministry

    Voted. I love Dr. Witherington.
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Thu, Jul 1 2021
  • Re: QUESTION: Were I to make a Logos/Verbum index of "pseudepigrapha et. al."

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Chinese Jesus sutras [/quote] I'm half Asian (Thai) myself, but I wasn't actually familiar with these. They're beautiful. Not to delve too much into theology, but I'm already struck on the almost Protestant view of Original Sin and works.
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Wed, May 26 2021
  • Re: QUESTION: Were I to make a Logos/Verbum index of "pseudepigrapha et. al."

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] 1. Would you want it to cover other related materials such as Philo and Josephus? 2. Would you want items that have been considered canonical at some time to be a separate category? 3. What would be the latest date you would consider pseudepigrapha/apocrypha 4. What would you add to this data: primary name / alternative names
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Tue, May 25 2021
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    [quote user="Gabriel Powell"] I'm looking to get the 24" iMac. I can get the 8GB of RAM today at the local store, or I can wait a couple months for 16GB of RAM to be shipped to me. Because of the unified memory concept and everything being on the same chip, is the amount of RAM still as significant as it used to be? I'm always in favor of the "get as
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Ken Thompsen on Tue, May 25 2021
  • Re: Best Way to Integrate an Atlas?

    [quote user="Allen Browne"] [quote user="Ken Thompsen"] The Atlas tool just defaults to FL's online maps. Nothing wrong with that, and it's still great, but I'm afraid my own paid resources are being neglected. Is there another way to integrate purchased atlases in an organized and convenient way like the default Atlas feature? [/quote] I don't have
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Mon, May 24 2021
  • Re: Are Freemasons Heretic? Resources

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Please welcome members of Masonic Lodges as they are; don't try to change them. There have "always" been secretive elements and initiations in Christianity - if you want, I'll provide some Logos resources for your reading pleasure. Adam Borries is a Faithlife employee, a fact lost when he is quoted. [/quote] Not "always". Mystery
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Mon, May 24 2021
  • Re: Are Freemasons Heretic? Resources

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Ken Thompsen"]The very idea that there are higher levels of knowledge and being privy to God's wisdom more than others is anathema.[/quote] we need to be sure they feel welcome. [/quote] I am welcoming them. As I pointed out, " If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Mon, May 24 2021
  • Re: Suggestion: Legacy Standard Bible

    [quote user="cshover8669"] I put my vote in for it, and since I have Accordance 13, also got my free copy there, but I am about to simplify my life and start using Logos exclusively, and uninstall everything else so I hope Logos gets this Bible. [/quote] What's making you move from Accordance? I'm on the Mac and almost went with it, because it started
    Posted to Suggestions by Ken Thompsen on Mon, May 24 2021
  • Re: Are Freemasons Heretic? Resources

    " If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you." - James 1:5 "For the Lord your God is the God of gods and the Lord of lords, the great, the mighty, and the awesome God who does not show partiality nor take a bribe." - Deuteronomy 10:17 The main fault of freemasonry and
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Mon, May 24 2021
  • Re: Best Way to Integrate an Atlas?

    [quote user="DMB"] Well, we're all different. I tag my map and chart resources (ie create a collection) [/quote] Anything is helpful to me. I'm a total noob. All I know how to do so far is prioritize resources, but Atlases don't seem to be the type of literature that has any effect on that. Thanks for the pointers.
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Mon, May 24 2021
  • Best Way to Integrate an Atlas?

    The Atlas tool just defaults to FL's online maps. Nothing wrong with that, and it's still great, but I'm afraid my own paid resources are being neglected. Is there another way to integrate purchased atlases in an organized and convenient way like the default Atlas feature?
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Mon, May 24 2021
  • Re: Add the 1984 NIV

    [quote user="DMB"] [quote user="Pathfinder"]On a sidenote, the Anchor commentary makes a compelling case that tacash meant "beaded skins". An ornamental craft, still used in the ME. Although I think it's safe to lean on tradition and use the LXX, which said it was a violet dye. If that was good enough for the early church, it's good enough for me[/quote
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Mon, May 24 2021
  • Re: Why does this look like plagiarism?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Pathfinder"] Are religious writers kind of like freelancers who own their own material and license it sometimes?[/quote] Nearly all writers own their own materials and simply license out specific rights to it. The other common arrangement is where you work as an employee of a company and that company has ownership
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Sat, May 22 2021
  • Re: Why does this look like plagiarism?

    [quote user="Kiyah"] [quote user="Pathfinder"]I believe you. It just came off as harsh at first. Mostly, I wanted to mention that bit about recycling material because I noticed it in hard copies before.[/quote] Fair enough. [/quote] Also, just to add, could it be that some religious publishers are unique in this sense, compared to other publishers?
    Posted to General by Ken Thompsen on Sat, May 22 2021
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