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  • Re: Logos 7 has stopped working - message Windows 10

    [quote user="Douglas Wallace"]Are you related to Bob DeRuiter in Co Spgs?[/quote] I see that you got this fixed. That's great. My brother is Bob DeRuiter, but he lives in Ripon, CA. I'm not aware of anyone I'm related to in Colorado Springs. DeRuiter is not an unusual name for those with a Dutch (Netherlands) heritage. But my grandfather DeRuiter was
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rich DeRuiter on Fri, Jun 16 2017
  • Re: Logos 7 has stopped working - message Windows 10

    Have you tried loading to a blank screen? To do that. Hold the CTRL key as soon as Logos begins to load, Sign In, then continue to hold down the CTRL key. If that doesn't work, report back. If it does work, but Logos crashes when loading your last layout, it could be that something in the layout is corrupted. In that case, you could rebuild the layout
    Posted to Logos 7 by Rich DeRuiter on Fri, Jun 16 2017
  • Re: Palestine

    [quote user="Jerald L. Brown"] Please tell me why Faithlife refers to ancient Canaan or Israel as "Palestine.[/quote] I don't work there, so I don't have first hand knowledge, but my assumption is that this is simply the common, modern designation for that area of geography. As to the origin of the name, a Wikipedia article cites instances far earlier
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Mon, Jun 12 2017
  • Re: Why Does the NASB not have the right Greek word in its interlinear text?

    [quote user="James C."]My only concern is that I no longer have complete trust in the interlinears that are connected to each translation. They might accurately display the original Greek or Hebrew but they might not.[/quote] The reverse-interlinears accurately display a Greek or Hebrew (or Aramaic) text, but no one has access to the original texts
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Wed, Jun 7 2017
  • Re: Logos crashed whilst updating to 7.7 RC1

    I did not get a crash, but for the first time since I can remember the update required a computer restart. Could the two be related? Some protected process involved in the update, perhaps?
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Rich DeRuiter on Tue, Jun 6 2017
  • Re: New i7 7700K or AMD 1700X

    [quote user="Fred Littlefield"]I was wondering if Logos would benefit from more cores (8 for AMD) or more from speed (Intel i7 7700K).[/quote] AMD has had a few ventures into CPU's that were faster or in other ways better than Intel. The big problem is that other chip makers (graphics cards, e.g.) create with Intel spec's in mind, it may also be that
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Sat, Jun 3 2017
  • Re: Demon possession in Jesus' day

    [quote user="Josh Hunt"] Demon possession seems to be an every-day occurrence during the time of Christ. The speak of it in such a matter-of-fact way. Can anyone recommend a book that speaks to this? [/quote] Besides the other recommendations, you may want to take a look at Neil Anderson's stuff on this (though I don't agree with all he says, he's often
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Thu, Jun 1 2017
  • Re: Is Logos 8 coming out soon?

    [quote user="Ezra Miller"]I'm just wondering as 7 is at 7.6, and I am planning on upgrading from 6 Standard to 7 Standard or Bronze soon, and would rather not pay for a new version just to have more ads from FL pushing 8.[/quote] FYI: the current way Logos is numbering the version changes, after 7.9 comes 7.10, then 7.11, etc. Doesn't make sense in
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Tue, May 23 2017
  • Re: That's odd (John 2:15 - "overturned")

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]As you can see the NIV has an additional "σ" which is why it doesn't find a match in BDAG.[/quote] It's true that the Greek word is spelled differently, but, as I said, ἀναστρέφω does occur in BDAG, as does ἀνατρέπω.
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Sun, May 14 2017
  • That's odd (John 2:15 - "overturned")

    In John 2:15, doing a Greek (Reverse Interlinear) Lookup on the English word "overturned" does not open my preferred Lexicon (BDAG). Instead it opens the Lexham Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament. The term (ἀναστρέφω) does occur in BDAG, which even includes John 2:15 as an example usage. I've tried this with the NIV, ESV, NRSV, and LEB. However
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Sun, May 14 2017
  • Include and Summarize Interpretational Ambiguity in the FSB

    A couple of times recently, I've encountered interpretational dissonance with the FSB ( Faithlife Study Bible ) and some commentaries I've looked at. One example is in John 2:1 "the third day." There is a range of understanding about what John meant here. The FSB takes this one way ("two days after the call of Philip and Nathanael"), while commentaries
    Posted to Suggestions by Rich DeRuiter on Fri, May 12 2017
  • Re: 7.7 Beta 1 (7.7.0.0005) is Now Available

    [quote user="Randy W. Sims"]Actually, I do see a JetBrains directory in the Temp folder (the parent of the output directory). Is that what you're referring to? Either way this is safe and a normal part of the utility.[/quote] Yes. That's what I'm seeing. Thanks for the explanation.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Rich DeRuiter on Tue, May 9 2017
  • Re: 7.7 Beta 1 (7.7.0.0005) is Now Available

    Question: Does using the profiler also install a folder called "JetBrains" ? I ran the utility, found the file (as expected) and next to it was a folder called "JetBrains" with a time stamp near the time stamp of the profile. Either I have a problem (malware?), or JetBrains is part of the profile utility in some way. Explanation please? Thanks in advance
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Rich DeRuiter on Tue, May 9 2017
  • Re: OT: Canonicity by denomination of John 7:53-8:11, Mark 16:9-20 (e.g.)

    [quote user="Dan Francis"]I officially reject them[/quote] I'm really interested in whether any denomination has take a stand on this. I'm also aware of at least some of the discussion in commentaries and the like. Which is why I'm asking the question I'm asking. It seems odd to me that individuals like you and me, even when trained in the ancient texts
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Mon, May 8 2017
  • In Celebration of Alvin Plantinga winning the Templeton prize...

    Why not have a Logos sale on his works already in Logos and use the opportunity to add some of his other works, especially Advice to Christian Philosophers . Please?
    Posted to Suggestions by Rich DeRuiter on Tue, Apr 25 2017
  • Re: Update on Personal Update from Bob and Audra Pritchett

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] Last November I shared that my wife was in chemotherapy for non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Last week she got the results of her post-chemo PET scan: there is no detectable cancer! [/quote] Praise the Lord! My wife and I went through something similar (breast cancer), and a neck to pelvis CT scan showed she is also free of any detectable
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Tue, Apr 25 2017
  • Re: OT: Canonicity by denomination of John 7:53-8:11, Mark 16:9-20 (e.g.)

    [quote user="David Stockdale"]I hope this helps.[/quote] Thanks, David. Although this doesn't directly answer the question, "Are these texts canonical?" and puts them in a category of "disputed," it does at least suggest that they belong in the canon, by stating "...our Bible today [is] the very Word of God." It's not a direct answer, but it does seem
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Tue, Apr 25 2017
  • OT: Canonicity by denomination of John 7:53-8:11, Mark 16:9-20 (e.g.)

    Is anyone aware of any denomination or stream that has made official decisions regarding the canonicity of John 7:53-8:11, Mark 16:9-20 (and perhaps some other passages)? Please, let's not debate the canonicity of those texts here. For this discussion, I'm interested in any official decisions by any denominations regarding these texts. Thanks in advance
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Tue, Apr 18 2017
  • Re: spam

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] Whoever came up with the idea to call junk mail "spam" did a great job! [/quote] It's an homage to the Monty Python skit (referenced above). If you're interested, you can see the skit here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anwy2MPT5RE
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Tue, Apr 11 2017
  • Re: When did "Reverend" come into use?

    When I was a child (several eons ago), the man in front (and he was always male then), was invariably called Reverend [last name]. Somewhere during my lifetime that changed to Pastor [first name]. I'm curious about both trends: the one you are pursuing, and the change to the currently common title of respect.
    Posted to General by Rich DeRuiter on Sun, Apr 9 2017
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