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  • Re: Eschatology

    [quote user="Carmen Gauvin-O'Donnell"] Steve Gregg: Revelation - Four Views, available in Logos. [/quote] I've read this. This is a great recommendation. I also really like that it goes over the preterist position - many resources skip this position.
    Posted to General by Josh on Sat, Jun 5 2021
  • Re: Why does this look like plagiarism?

    [quote user="Kiyah"] I see a lot of books in my library that have a statement about material being adapted from a previously published work. My point was that there should be a statement like that somewhere in the commentary given the amount of verbatim material that was used. [/quote] I have to admit, finding this was a bit disappointing. I don't want
    Posted to General by Josh on Sun, May 23 2021
  • Re: Why does this look like plagiarism?

    Solved! It is the same author. I only noticed Bock's name. However, simply copying and pasting large sections of old work does seem lackadaisical.
    Posted to General by Josh on Sat, May 22 2021
  • Why does this look like plagiarism?

    I looked up Matthew 5:43-44 in a few different commentaries and stumbled upon this. The language is exactly the same - for several paragraphs. I must be missing something.
    Posted to General by Josh on Sat, May 22 2021
  • Re: Reading a commentary series in a year

    I dare someone to try this with the Anchor Yale Bible Commentary series!
    Posted to General by Josh on Tue, Mar 16 2021
  • Re: Logos March Madness 2021

    AYBC needs to go all the way!
    Posted to General by Josh on Mon, Mar 1 2021
  • Re: "A Marginal Jew"

    If anyone is wondering, buying this first volume at this steep discount still shaves off $40 from the dynamic pricing for the bundle of all volumes. Still a bit too pricey for me though.
    Posted to General by Josh on Mon, Mar 1 2021
  • Re: "A Marginal Jew"

    Oh, wow! Thanks for pointing me to this sale. I read the dead tree version of this book many years ago and loved it. 4 dollars is a steal! Too bad the rest are not discounted, I would have picked them all up.
    Posted to General by Josh on Mon, Mar 1 2021
  • Re: New Interpreter's Bible?

    I've been eyeing this for a LONG time. I have never seen it for sale - which is why I have sadly never picked it up.
    Posted to General by Josh on Wed, Nov 11 2020
  • Re: A Molinism Question

    [quote user="David Wanat"] Ok, this is being asked for instruction, not debate. If any of the admins think it violates the rules, I have no objections to it being deleted. Ive been getting a number of email notifications about Protestantism and Molinism. Since I thought Molinism was a Catholic school of thought, I was wondering what the non-Catholic
    Posted to General by Josh on Wed, Jul 22 2020
  • Re: Apple Silicon

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] or drop support for Mac altogether. [/quote] Kicking to the curb tens of thousands of lifelong costumers who have invested (and will continue to invest) millions of dollars into Logos software? I can't see that happening.
    Posted to General by Josh on Thu, Jul 9 2020
  • Re: Tons of Great Titles

    [quote user="David Paul"] YHWH can do whatever He wants to do--including restoring virginity. [/quote] Oh, I just have to respond to this. I think this all boils down to how we define omnipotence. Does omnipotence mean nothing is impossible for God OR does it mean God has the power to do everything that is possible? For example, do you think it is possible
    Posted to Suggestions by Josh on Mon, Jul 6 2020
  • Re: Tons of Great Titles

    [quote user="David Paul"] https://www.logos.com/product/155993/the-library-of-hebrew-bible-old-testament-studies-2016 If you haven't placed an order for this, please do. And this... https://www.logos.com/product/166095/library-of-hebrew-old-testament-studies-2018 Thanks. [/quote] I looked through the titles and found a couple I would be interested in
    Posted to Suggestions by Josh on Mon, Jul 6 2020
  • Re: John A. T. Robinson

    [quote user="Thaddeus Billman"] [quote user="Jack Hairston"] I would love to see John A. T. Robinson's Redating the New Testament in my Logos library. Does anybody else agree? [/quote] It's a shame this didn't make it out of pre-publication. Probably the fact that it was bundled with two less desirable books with minimal disocunt didn't help. In any
    Posted to General by Josh on Sun, May 10 2020
  • Re: Stimulus Check

    [quote user="Ted Weis"] So... Anybody here planning on using their stimulus check from the Feds for more Logos? :) [/quote] Does paying off payment plans count?
    Posted to General by Josh on Sat, Apr 18 2020
  • Re: AV vs KJV 1900

    [quote user="EastTN"] We can debate which translation is better endlessly. As a practical matter, if you're going to preach to a congregation, you have to use a translation that they will accept as the Word of God. Whatever its limitations may be, you can teach the gospel from the KJV - just as you can from any of the generally recognized English translations
    Posted to General by Josh on Sat, Apr 18 2020
  • Re: Logos 9 Wishlist

    I would like to see more AUDIO BIBLES.
    Posted to General by Josh on Wed, Apr 1 2020
  • Re: Rebuttal against the Left Behind novels

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] A very creative approach by Hank Hanegraaff: rebut novels with novels. https://ebooks.faithlife.com/product/144670/the-last-disciple-collection-the-last-disciple-the-last-sacrifice-the-last-temple [/quote] Thanks for bringing up Hank! You reminded me of his book The Apocalypse Code . His style of a bit harsh, but still an engaging
    Posted to Logos 8 by Josh on Mon, Mar 23 2020
  • Re: Rebuttal against the Left Behind novels

    Here are some resources that I have found helpful: The The Parousia by James Stuart Russell (Old, but extremely thought-provoking!) Kenneth Gentry Collection The Last Days according to Jesus by R.C. Sproul Revelation (2 vol. commentary) by Peter Leithart Last Days Madness by Gary Demar
    Posted to Logos 8 by Josh on Sat, Mar 21 2020
  • Re: New User Commentary Recommendations

    I've seen many great suggestions, especially the USB Handbooks. I haven't seen any love for the Socio-Rhetorical Commentary series or the Word Biblical Commentary series. Both of these are fantastic. I have also appreciated some of the more liberal leaning commentaries, like Anchor Yale Bible, Hermeneia, and Interpretation. It is important to have commentaries
    Posted to General by Josh on Mon, Mar 16 2020
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