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  • Re: Any leaks for next month?

    [quote user="Michael S."] Has anyone heard who will be the publisher on sale in October? [/quote] No. But, given we are nearing the 500th anniversary of Luther's nailing of the 95 Theses on the door of Wittenburg, I wouldn't be surprised to see Concordia Publishing House be highlighted, if not the featured publisher.
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Sat, Sep 30 2017
  • Re: Arminian Confession of 1621 curiously tagged as a Reformed confession

    [quote user="Rick Brannan (Faithlife)"]After following the discussion here, and some discussion internally, we plan on leaving the classification as-is (Reformed) as that's the tradition it is historically a part of at the point in time of its writing.[/quote] Some thoughts here (though I suspect the discussion at FaithLife on this topic may be over
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Thu, Sep 28 2017
  • Re: How to remove book?

    [quote user="Mike Binks"]However the best is even better because, should you ever decide to learn Spanish, you will be able to unhide the book and sample its gems.[/quote] You might as well start learning Spanish. I've heard it said that Spanish is the language of heaven, because it takes an eternity to master.
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Fri, Sep 15 2017
  • Re: Why bother about Israël?

    Is this something the whole country is doing, or is this some kind of commemoration in your denomination, or ...? Also, is this a Sunday to honor Israel, or to call it to repentance for it's treatment of Palestinians, or something else? As a Reformed pastor in the US (Christian Reformed Church), I can tell you what I do with such things: usually I ignore
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Thu, Sep 14 2017
  • Re: Lexham Press needs your ministry advice

    Done.
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Fri, Sep 8 2017
  • Re: New Windows option in 7.9 Beta 1 to make Logos faster

    [quote user="Frank Sauer"]It would be nice to have some type of confirmation that ngen is active/inactive[/quote] Or some indication that it has completed successfully, or at least without errors. Should we assume that ngen completes without errors, if we see no error dialog? Is there another, or better way to check? Could be logged (in the Logos Log
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Rich DeRuiter on Fri, Sep 1 2017
  • Re: How Can I Put This?

    [quote user="Andrew Baguley"] Here are samples of the graphs that could be produced: 1768.Jude Graphs.pdf . I hope each tells its own story. Here is a short analysis showing how the data could be used: 1447.Jude Analysis.docx . The tables of summary data would be automatically generated. [/quote] (I only looked at those two documents) I find it interesting
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Sat, Aug 26 2017
  • Re: Is There any chance that Denominations and Theological tagging will make it into Logos 8?

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"]We've been discussing it internally and want to make sure we approach it in the right way. [/quote] IMHO, the group tagging project is overly detailed. As an example, I just opened one that is tagged "Denom. Stream: Pentecostal; Denomination: Assemblies of God; Theology: Believers' Baptism; Theology Charismatic; Theology
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Rich DeRuiter on Thu, Aug 24 2017
  • Re: Using one resource between a FL member and a non-Fl member

    I can think of two alternatives (given what has already been written here): Treat it as if it were a single print copy: One writes in the book, the other on a separate piece of paper (or in a separate Word file, etc.) One of you use the Notes feature to write answers/responses. (I don't have a workbook in Logos that can accept direct input, so I'm not
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Sat, Aug 5 2017
  • Re: New Windows option in 7.9 Beta 1 to make Logos faster

    [quote user="Randy W. Sims"] You don't need a batch file. Just create a shortcut on your desktop (right-click -> New -> Shortcut) to "%localappdata%\Logos\Logos.exe /ngen" (without parens). Copy that shortcut, Right-click -> properties and change /ngen to /unngen. [/quote] Can you explain the reason for changing /ngen to /ungen Thanks EDIT: Never mind
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Rich DeRuiter on Tue, Aug 1 2017
  • Re: Smart Tags stopped working in 7.8.0.0029

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]Smart Tags work for me with that exact version of (32-bit) Office.[/quote] I restarted my computer and they began working again. That wasn't why I restarted it, but I'll take it! EDIT: BTW, thanks anyway! I appreciate your time, attention and especially your expertise.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Rich DeRuiter on Sat, Jul 22 2017
  • Smart Tags stopped working in 7.8.0.0029

    Reporting: SmartTags stopped working. Not sure if they had stopped working before the latest update, but they're not working now. (MS Office version: 1706 (Build 8229.2086 Click-to-Run). EDIT: Trying to reinstall, using Dave's instructions here failed with this message: "Failed to find Logos COM server at: C:\Users\[my user name]\AppData\Local\Logos
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Rich DeRuiter on Sat, Jul 22 2017
  • No price listed for Eerdman's Featured Titles Upgrade (3vols)

    I was comparing prices for the upgrade to the NIGTC and noticed the one volume I don't have in that collection is in this one, but there is no price listed on the following web page: https://www.logos.com/product/68836/eerdmans-featured-titles-upgrade Thought you'd want to know.
    Posted to Logos.com by Rich DeRuiter on Fri, Jul 21 2017
  • Re: Objection to "family" classification: "Into His Arms"

    [quote user="David B. Woods"]Into His Arms ( https://faithlifetv.com/items/341025 ) is a terrifying movie for kids and should not be classified as a family movie.[/quote] When our kids were little, there were many "family" movies and even "kids" movies/shows that were not appropriate to our kids. We learned (the hard way, unfortunately) that our kids
    Posted to Faithlife TV by Rich DeRuiter on Mon, Jul 17 2017
  • Re: Unique occurrence in John 5:2 Bethesda vs Bethzatha

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"] [quote user="Rich DeRuiter"]the one is definitely not the root of the MSS form[/quote] Then it's most likely a bug (not an "ingenious new feature"). [/quote]
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Sun, Jul 16 2017
  • Unique occurrence in John 5:2 Bethesda vs Bethzatha

    I've not noticed anything like this before (if you have, I'd love to hear where you found it!). In John 5:2 there are several textual variants for the name of the pool near the sheep gate. It's most commonly known in English Bibles as Bethesda (Βηθεσδά), though many important Greek texts have Bethzatha (Βηθζαθά). (There are other variants, but that
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Sun, Jul 16 2017
  • Re: ANNOUNCE: Discontinuation of Libronix Services

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]On October 1st, we will turn off all web services supporting the Libronix Digital Library System...[/quote] FYI: I copied and pasted this to a private pastors' FaceBook group, since many have used Libronix (our denominational Seminary required it, back in the day) and have not upgraded.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rich DeRuiter on Mon, Jul 10 2017
  • Re: What would a water pot cost in A.D. 30?

    [quote user="Dan Francis"]We assume partially that the samaritan woman was an outcast because she came alone at the hottest part of the day rather than in the cool of the morning when it would be typical.[/quote] Against the idea that she was an outcast is the ready, if not eager, reception of her testimony about Jesus by the townspeople. Against the
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Mon, Jul 3 2017
  • Re: What would a water pot cost in A.D. 30?

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] this woman was an outcast[/quote] I had always assumed so too, and even preached the text with that assumption, until I read this article challenging that presumption: http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2015/october/was-samaritan-woman-really-adulteress.html Perhaps not conclusive, but certainly worth pondering. [Of course
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Mon, Jul 3 2017
  • Re: What would a water pot cost in A.D. 30?

    [quote user="Wilson Hines"]In reference to Jn 4 and the Samaritan woman:[/quote] I don't know either. However, pottery was produced extensively throughout the region and was able to be purchased (or bartered for) by those with quite low incomes. Pottery shards are found in (almost?) every excavation, showing how ubiquitous they were. So it's quite unlikely
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Sun, Jul 2 2017
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