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  • Re: What's your benchmark?

    [quote user="Steve Johnson"]If you have a cranky PC and needed to replace it on a budget, what should you get that would be satisfactory without forcing you to a ramen noodle diet?[/quote] I too am concerned for the ones who have to decide whether to buy a new toy or eat. To them I would suggest making the best of a bad situation. Typically, the older
    Posted to Logos 4 by Abi Gail on Wed, Dec 22 2010
  • Re: What's your benchmark?

    This is an entertaining game to play. However it is so easy to overlook the larger picture. Selecting our new machine based solely on how it will run Logos 4 may not be the wisest avenue. Logos evolves, As does everything else in Cyberland. There will undoubtedly be a Logos 5, And I suspect it will require even more computer resources to function. The
    Posted to Logos 4 by Abi Gail on Wed, Dec 22 2010
  • Re: What's your benchmark?

    [quote user="Steve Johnson"] I'm wondering if a Novabench score of about 400 is the minimum needed to run Logos 4. [/quote] [quote user="Steve Johnson"] So much hinges on expectations...and a spirit of contentment! [/quote] It would seem that you just answered your own question.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Abi Gail on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: What's your benchmark?

    [quote user="Ron Corbett"]I am also going to look into the overclocking possibilities on my CPU.[/quote] That would be my last resort. The heat and power consumption are increased dramatically. I would suggest monitoring the CPU usage. Mine rarely maxes out the stock speed. I don't see the benefits overcoming the pitfalls.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Abi Gail on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: What's your benchmark?

    Yes...the windows rating for the Primary drive increased from 5.9 to 7.8 Now the score is held down by the ram and processor...both at 7.5
    Posted to Logos 4 by Abi Gail on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: What's your benchmark?

    [quote user="Ron Corbett"]Secondly, the Toshiba Hardware test scored 27 while my Asus only 19 (both are 7200PPM). Would not a SSD increase the score and if so increase performance some? I thought I did my research before buying, but this is not adding up.[/quote] I think what confuses us is the thought that bench scores will automatically Translate
    Posted to Logos 4 by Abi Gail on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    [quote user="James Matichuk"]Third Wavers came in the 1980's, and represent Charismatics who remained within their various traditions (i.e. Baptist, Presbyterian, etc.).[/quote] Edit: And most recently , There is a Catholic/Charismatic Movement. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic_Charismatic_Renewal
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: What's your benchmark?

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]It would be interesting to know how many people with machines to the right of this graph still have performance issues.[/quote] I did some very expensive research in this field. I believe my last score was 1382. A substantial outlay is required to reach that score. And yes there are still performance issues, especially in
    Posted to Logos 4 by Abi Gail on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I often find heretical teaching useful foils for me to clarify my own thought[/quote] This is far from a black and white issue. I understand and agree with your thought...to a point. For a firmly established, highly educated individual, such as yourself, Heresy can cause one to dig deeper to disprove the heresy. For a baby Christian
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Writing Reviews of books in Logos

    Thanks for the input. It would seem that even with the reviews, we would be in a Caveat Emptor situation. ... We must Beware of the books as well as the critics who critique them.
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Writing Reviews of books in Logos

    I totally understand what you are attempting to achieve. The question is... Who will review the reviewers. We would have to know their perspective/theology before we could trust their analysis .
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: I am curious to know How much dollars some one could have invested to logos Bible software.

    [quote user="Tes"]The love of God'Word values the software.[/quote] The amount of money I spend on resources has less to do with how much I love God's Word, And more about how much I love myself... How I give in to my wants and wishes ... My addictions.
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    [quote user="Dr. Charles A. Wootten"] One of the "Mr. Mxyzptlk" things we can't get rid of is the idea that "the Holy Spirit will bring all things to our remembrance," still preached today, yet not realizing that if we don't put anything in there is nothing for Him to use.[/quote] Amen ! I feel led to expand on this thought. We need to be careful what
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    [quote user="Jonathan Burke"] I should also make mention of the Continental Commentary Series, Semeia, and Hermeneia (all three of which I use every time I look up a passage). The amount of critical scholarship published by Logos, as a percentage of mainstream critical scholarship, is actually far from marginal. [/quote] http://www.logos.com/product
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    [quote user="Richard DeRuiter"] [quote user="Abi Gail"] [quote user="Richard DeRuiter"]He is making a very unique claim her. By 'very unique claim' I mean this view is not held by others whose views are considered orthodox. At least, I've never heard this claim before.[/quote] And to answer my own question...No he doesn't have Scriptural evidence for
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    [quote user="Donnie Hale"]Did He reverse age to become an infant?[/quote] He is fully capable of that. The bigger question is, Why would He? His 30-some years in human form were for a very specific reason. If one Could believe that He had always been human, the impact of His sacrifice would be reduced to almost nil. I Digress.
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    [quote user="Todd Phillips"] I want to be able to read and search books I disagree with to better understand opposing arguments and make my own beliefs better defined.[/quote] I agree...to a point. If the writer can offer a sliver of Biblical evidence for the theory they are putting forth, There can be a fruitful discussion. If it is sheer speculation
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    [quote user="Pastor Jesse Blevins "]Does anyone out there believe that Logos should be responsible for at least not making any books available with such clear heretical teaching such as this one?[/quote] Heresy is in the eye of the beholder. For the record, my eye sees it as you do. However, I doubt Logos will take on the responsibility of policing
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    [quote user="Richard DeRuiter"]He is making a very unique claim her. By 'very unique claim' I mean this view is not held by others whose views are considered orthodox. At least, I've never heard this claim before.[/quote] And to answer my own question...No he doesn't have Scriptural evidence for such a theory. One might be wise to consider the criticism
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    Does the resource offer any Scriptural evidence for such a theory?
    Posted to General by Abi Gail on Thu, Dec 16 2010
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