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  • Re: Robert Alter, Finally Complete!

    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: Hebrew New Testament Delitzsch

    [quote user="Cees van Steenselen"] Dear all, As you all could understand, I found the Hebrew NT of Delitzsch online as a Bible module. For this module I found a software to convert it to a Logos Import file. Hereafter, I only changed a few things (e.g. Letter type and size). So, I have to admit that most work is done by someone else. Source Regarding
    Posted to Files by Adam Olean on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: Hebrew New Testament Delitzsch

    [quote user="Cees van Steenselen"] Based on the comment of 'inversed' Matthew, I have updated the file, and now it seems to work. You can download it here: 0842.NTDelitzsch_C.docx [/quote] Thanks again, Cees van Steenselen! Both for the info and the updated file. I can confirm that all of the headings are fixed now.
    Posted to Files by Adam Olean on Tue, May 14 2019
  • Re: Hebrew New Testament Delitzsch

    I noticed just a couple very minor issues. First, the headings for the book titles appear backwards (e.g., "wehttaM" instead of "Matthew"). This occurs only in the actual body of the text, not in the Table of Contents sidebar. Before building the personal book, I set the "Language" to Hebrew. Second, the default font text size seems large on my desktop
    Posted to Files by Adam Olean on Mon, May 13 2019
  • Re: Hebrew New Testament Delitzsch

    [quote user="Adam Olean"]Would you be willing to share the source(s) that you used? It'd be helpful to know what edition this is.[/quote] For example, here is a PDF of the tenth edition ("10th and electrotype edition") of Delitzsch's Hebrew New Testament (1889) on Google Play Books.
    Posted to Files by Adam Olean on Mon, May 13 2019
  • Re: Hebrew New Testament Delitzsch

    [quote user="Cees van Steenselen"] Dear all, Hereby the New Testament in Hebrew from Delitzsch. To have this Document as your Hebrew Bible, you can import this file under Personal Books > Add Book > Fill in all required information > Choose this file as 'Body file' > Build Book. 0820.NTDelitzsch_B.docx [/quote] Wow, thank you for sharing
    Posted to Files by Adam Olean on Mon, May 13 2019
  • Re: The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek

    Here's the publisher's description of The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek : [quote] This is the first full-scale reference grammar of Classical Greek in English in a century. The first work of its kind to reflect significant advances in linguistics made in recent decades, it provides students, teachers and academics with a comprehensive yet user
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Wed, May 8 2019
  • Re: The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek

    [quote user="Mike Aubrey"] Adam, I've now had the pleasure of flipping through it. Wrote up some notes on Koine-Greek.com's FB page. I'm immensely impressed, but also happy to see all my research hasn't gone to waste either. There's still far more to do! [/quote] Wonderful, Mike! I just saw this. Glad to hear that you and Rachel won't be tossing out
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Wed, May 8 2019
  • Re: Question on Atlas Tool & Its Status

    [quote user="Rick Ausdahl"] This works on my system, but the atlas is so slow in responding, I would have never figured it out without being told (thank you, Randy). But even with this post explaining it, at first I thought it wasn't working because it is sooooooo slow to respond. For all practical purposes, the Atlas is simply too slow to use on my
    Posted to Logos 8 by Adam Olean on Wed, May 8 2019
  • Re: The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek

    [quote user="mab"] This is just about to be released in paperback. it's supposed to be the first modern grammar of significance. [/quote] Yes, this is a major, up-to-date Classical Greek reference grammar. https://www.amazon.com/Cambridge-Grammar-Classical-Greek-ebook/dp/B07Q4VY2BW https://www.cambridge.org/nl/academic/subjects/classical-studies/classical
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Wed, May 1 2019
  • Re: A New Approach to Textual Criticism: An Introduction to CBGM

    [quote user="Lee"] The book is now available as a pre-pub [/quote] Thanks for the heads-up, Lee!
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Mon, Mar 25 2019
  • Re: Atlas of World Religions

    [quote user="Rick Ausdahl"]As a rule, I'm not a fan of how graphics are handled in Logos either, but I have the Atlas of Christian History and am very pleased with the maps and other graphics in this resource. Changing the font size of the resource text does not change the size or resolution of the graphics for me. The only thing I see affecting graphic
    Posted to General by Adam Olean on Fri, Mar 22 2019
  • Re: Most Important Logos 8 Bugs and Improvements for Academic/Seminary Users

    [quote user="Adam Olean"]Phil, I'm grateful that you and Faithlife will be working on improvements in these areas. Here are a few ideas:[/quote] And here are several more: Hebrew, Fonts, and Formatting Add a toggle feature for displaying Hebrew vowel-pointing and diacritics. Add paragraph layout/formatting to editions of the Hebrew-Aramaic Scriptures
    Posted to General by Adam Olean on Thu, Mar 21 2019
  • Re: Most Important Logos 8 Bugs and Improvements for Academic/Seminary Users

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Adam Olean"] Many instances of the Holy Spirit in Hebrew have been miscategorized under the Father and many/most are no longer tagged at all.[/quote] Many of us believe the concept of the Holy Spirit to be quite late and consider tagging Hebrew to "Holy Spirit" to be an error. I would suggest that an alternative
    Posted to General by Adam Olean on Mon, Mar 18 2019
  • Re: Most Important Logos 8 Bugs and Improvements for Academic/Seminary Users

    [quote user="Adam Olean"]Modern Hebrew UI. Modern Hebrew has many benefits for biblical scholars (e.g., reaching the highest levels of Hebrew fluency and easy access to Israeli scholarship, publications, and resources). Setting UI settings to Hebrew is just one simple and effective way to redeem the time and immerse oneself further in the language.
    Posted to General by Adam Olean on Mon, Mar 18 2019
  • Re: Most Important Logos 8 Bugs and Improvements for Academic/Seminary Users

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] During the next six months, we plan to make some improvements to Logos 8 for academic and seminary users with an emphasis on original language study. We'll be investing in fixing bugs, improving existing UI and features, and maybe a little bit of new feature work. What bugs would you like to see us fix? What areas
    Posted to General by Adam Olean on Mon, Mar 18 2019
  • Feedback: Canvas Tool and Levinsohn's BART Displays Enhanced for Discourse Features

    I just wanted to give some brief feedback on the Canvas Tool. So far it hasn't surpassed OneNote for my combination of text-charting and note-taking needs. OneNote's strengths are its overall accessibility, efficiency, versatility, and functionality, although it has plenty of weaknesses when it comes to handling text-charting (and other linguistic analysis
    Posted to Logos 8 by Adam Olean on Mon, Feb 18 2019
  • Re: Hebrew Audio Bible - Another Appeal

    [quote user="Lee"] [quote user="Sarah Blake LaRose"] There are at least four pronunciation schemes that I have located for Hebrew. Each one is promoted as "correct"... [/quote] Most people would be satisfied with one of the major schemes, although many would love to have a natural reading voice (hence the insistence on a native speaker). God forbid
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Sun, Feb 3 2019
  • Re: Hebrew Audio Bible - Another Appeal

    [quote user="David Paul"] The reason I have spoken against production of a Hebrew pronunciation guide is because pronunciations that are demonstrably false have been given legitimacy by people who honestly ought to know better. I already posted screen shots of grammars in Logos that flatly indicate that both the ך and ח have the same pronunciation,
    Posted to Suggestions by Adam Olean on Sun, Feb 3 2019
  • Re: where to start with greek/hebrew?

    [quote user="DAL"] You have plenty. Don’t spend more money 💰 [/quote] It would have been easier to just quote DAL and give the
    Posted to General by Adam Olean on Sat, Jan 19 2019
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