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  • BUG: Overlapping Text still appearing in Bible Facts

    This problem has existed for a while. Text often overlaps in the Bible Facts pane. This is true for long text viewed in every scheme except "Minimal" (i.e.: Thin, Vibrant, Classic, Informal, Cartoon, Comic, Graffiti). The formatting on these relational charts needs to be corrected if these are going to be useful tools in teaching.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tommy Miller on Wed, Oct 2 2013
  • Re: Headline News: Early Bronze Period German Bible Discovered at Ancient Ebla

    Thanks Rosie. I sent email to LogosFeedback.
    Posted to General by Tommy Miller on Thu, Jun 20 2013
  • Re: Headline News: Early Bronze Period German Bible Discovered at Ancient Ebla

    WOW! I reported that one as a Typo.
    Posted to General by Tommy Miller on Wed, Jun 19 2013
  • Re: Headline News: Early Bronze Period German Bible Discovered at Ancient Ebla

    Granted. Each resource sets its own abbreviations. Most of them, like ISBE, seem to get it right. AYBD, however, gives you the choice of two meanings for the EB abbreviation. A blunder, we both agree. But Lexham Bible Dictionary gets it totally wrong. Every occurrence of "EB," where "Early Bronze" is intended (7 hits in 6 articles), is displayed as
    Posted to General by Tommy Miller on Wed, Jun 19 2013
  • Re: Headline News: Early Bronze Period German Bible Discovered at Ancient Ebla

    Upon further examination, it appears that EB serves as a general dual abbreviation across multiple resources (Early Bronze; or Echter Bibel). But in the following example, EB can only mean Early Bronze Age. When I do a quick hover over a hyperlink, I want to see the correct definition come up. I do not want to be forced to choose from a list of possible
    Posted to General by Tommy Miller on Wed, Jun 19 2013
  • Re: iPad vs. iPad mini vs. Kindle Fire

    I use iPad for all of those things (except spotify and wordpress). I understand that the new IOS 7 will have an "iRadio" program this Fall, but Spotify and Pandora both have iPad apps available now. Wordpress also has apps. .pdf reader - I use PDF Expert (I like it the best) Gmail (and most all of Google's Apps) works on iPad iPad was made for movie
    Posted to General by Tommy Miller on Wed, Jun 19 2013
  • Re: John Gill Collection

    I've been in for at least three years on this and several other resources. I am bumping up my bid on Gill.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tommy Miller on Wed, Jun 12 2013
  • Re: Headline News: Early Bronze Period German Bible Discovered at Ancient Ebla

    [quote user="NB.Mick"]Actually, the Echter Bible is not a bible but a set of bible commentaries from a Roman Catholic point of view. I confess: I never heard of them and had to look it up. The small publishing house "Echter" in Würzburg specializes in this commentary - and regional-interest books for the small part of Bavaria surrounding Würzburg.[
    Posted to General by Tommy Miller on Mon, Jun 10 2013
  • Headline News: Early Bronze Period German Bible Discovered at Ancient Ebla

    Wire Report: While digging in the Lexham Bible Dictionary on Friday, a pastor discovered a German Bible buried in the Early Bronze III period at Ebla. To see this Bible for yourself, open the Lexham Bible Dictionary to the article on Ebla (sub-heading: Archaeology) where you will read: "Later excavations unearthed a royal archive containing more than
    Posted to General by Tommy Miller on Fri, Jun 7 2013
  • Re: We need more books on the Doctrine of Hell

    "Hell? Yes? (And Other Outrageous Truths You Can Still Believe)" by Robert Jeffress (Water Brook Press) has a wonderful chapter called "God Sends Good People to Hell." It is excellent. D. James Kennedy called the book "...a most provocative work..." It should be in Logos. I find it very interesting that "Four Views on Hell" from the Counterpoints Series
    Posted to General by Tommy Miller on Sun, May 19 2013
  • Did Melchizedek pay tithes to Abraham? Logos 5 says, Yes!

    According to Logos 5's new Referent Database, Melchizedek paid tithes to Abraham in Genesis 14:20, rather than the other way around (which is, of course, how it happened, Hebrews 7:2). Right click on the pronouns "he" and "him" in Gen. 14:20 to see the person mislabeled. This is simply a mistake in the pronoun tagging, I trust (and not some new doctrine
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tommy Miller on Sun, Apr 14 2013
  • Re: Hmm, something does doesn't seem right here ;)

    Mine does the same thing. I have the pic of St. Paul's Bay, Malta. But it is followed by the article on Melons from Smith's Bible Dictionary. This looks like a bug that someone needs to squash. How about it, Logos?
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tommy Miller on Thu, Apr 11 2013
  • Re: Calendar Having Issues

    I can get the events added without problem. But I can find no way to change or delete an event once it is posted. For example, we have Choir Practice set up as a recurring item. But I want to cancel it for certain Sundays. It seems that once an event is added to the calendar, it is written as the law of the Medes and Persians. Does anyone know how to
    Posted to Faithlife.com / Faithlife Church Platform by Tommy Miller on Thu, Mar 14 2013
  • Re: BUG - PROBLEM - Group vanished from Proclaim, but still there on Faithlife.

    OK. I am having other issues. Please call or email me. Thank You.
    Posted to Faithlife Proclaim by Tommy Miller on Wed, Feb 27 2013
  • Re: Am I missing something about Proclaim being easy to use?

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] In the same way, since you never go back in time, there's never really a need for last month's presentation. So you don't need to load last week's presentation and then "Save As..." -- you can just edit last weeks presentation to be this week's presentation. Easier -- unless you're bringing old mental models to bear (which
    Posted to Faithlife Proclaim by Tommy Miller on Wed, Feb 27 2013
  • BUG - PROBLEM - Group vanished from Proclaim, but still there on Faithlife.

    It has been a busy week of hospital calls, visits, etc. I started, on Saturday afternoon, to open last weeks Proclaim file and change a few slides. But when I open Proclaim, it acts like a brand new install or something. It wants me to find my group, which IS NOT THERE! I tried creating a new group. It is not there either. Proclaim says that I have
    Posted to Faithlife Proclaim by Tommy Miller on Sat, Feb 23 2013
  • Re: Anyone else? Lost presentations.

    Busy week of hospital calls, visits, etc. I started Saturday afternoon to open last weeks Proclaim file and change a few slides. But when I open Proclaim, it acts like a brand new install or something. It wants me to find my group, which IS NOT THERE! I tried creating a new group. It is not there either. Proclaim says that I have not requested to be
    Posted to Faithlife Proclaim by Tommy Miller on Sat, Feb 23 2013
  • Re: Source for large, detailed wall maps of the Holy Land?

    Brian, When I taught through Archaeology and the Bible, I came across the Master Archaeological Bible Study Map at www.bible.ca/maps/ I had this printed and laminated at my local Office Depot to hang on the wall in our classroom. Mr. Rudd sells a hi-res file of the map that can be laser printed up to 4 foot by 6 foot, either with satellite imagery or
    Posted to General by Tommy Miller on Sat, Feb 16 2013
  • BUG: Missing Person Tag in Matthew 27:9

    In Matthew 27:9, the pronoun "him" is missing the "Person" info that usually appears under the Louw-Nida number in the right-click panel. I thought it may only be the KJV1900 as there is so much displayed that there is no room for the "Person" tag to appear before the separator line. But it is also missing in the ESV which has much less info and plenty
    Posted to Logos 5 by Tommy Miller on Sat, Jan 5 2013
  • BUG: Bibliographic Data is incorrectly formatted.

    The Bibliographic citation is incorrectly formatted, at least for MLA style, for the following resource: Dockery, David S., Trent C. Butler, Christopher L. Church, Linda L. Scott, Marsha A. Ellis Smith, James Emery White and Tenn.) Holman Bible Publishers (Nashville. Holman Bible Handbook. Nashville, TN: Holman Bible Publishers, 1992. Support Info:
    Posted to General by Tommy Miller on Thu, Dec 6 2012
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