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  • Re: Hebrew Bible

    As I read the comparison chart on http://www.logos.com/comparison, you should have both the King James Version (1900) and the Cambridge Paragraph Bible of the Authorized English Version (1873). I guess you don't have the Authorized Version (1769), so you'd have to order that from the website: http://www.logos.com/product/235/the-king-james-version-bible
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Tue, Feb 1 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Bible

    Thanks Milford. I do think the KJV you are referring to is the one I do have here - the KJV-1900. I was actually wondering if the old(er) KJV (1600's) was available in the Logos Silver - it doesn't appear to be so. If you've further advice, I'm listening. Thank you Milford!
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Tue, Feb 1 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Bible

    Now can we get this so it is not in the paragraph style?
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Tue, Feb 1 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Bible

    Yup! It does so appear I flipped the rails there Rosie and confused the issue by mentioning Gen 1:2 when I actually was intending to say Gen 1:1. Sorry about that. Now you mention the Authorized Version - but I cannot find that in this Scholar's Silver Edition - I'm able only to come up with the KJV - 1900 when I type KJV in the Library section. Is
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Tue, Feb 1 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Bible

    Informative. Thanks again Kevin. Your feedback is more than appreciated.
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Tue, Feb 1 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Bible

    Kevin & Rosie, thanks for your comments. Your helps are always most appreciated, especially by someone that is more than a *greenhorn* with Logos. Hopefully, you folks will be around for a long bit - I'll be begging no doubt for more of your helps. As to which Text has the Hebrew word *bara*, I believe it would be the *masoretic text* --- interestingly
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Tue, Feb 1 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Bible

    I can bring up Gen 1:1 no problem in the Hebrew text. But as for the word the transliterated word *bara* - it actually is found in certain Hebrew text. I'm finding it peculiar as to why I'm not finding it here in Logos. Is it based on the particular text that is being used by Logos? I'm opened to your furthered expertise Rosie. Appreciate your help
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Tue, Feb 1 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Bible

    Thank you Kevin & Rosie for your response(s). I've tried everything (I think) you have shown me but I'm not able to bring up for example, Gen 1:2 thus far. I can bring up various words / passages. I'm short on time here right now - let me get back at it tonight. If you do have further instructions, please advise. Thanks again!
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Mon, Jan 31 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Bible

    Kevin, thank you for your good help. This seemed to have done the trick as far as the Hebrew letters (words) are concerned. I type in the word *bara* but it does not instantly give me say, the Gen 1:1 passage. It gives me a list of Hebrew words to choose from. I thought if I typed this word in, it would instantly take me to Gen 1:1 as a start. What
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Mon, Jan 31 2011
  • Hebrew Bible

    I've just unofficial videos on Searching, and I noticed how one can type in a transliterated Greek word and thus up comes all the passages with that word, including the Greek letters. But when I try this with the transliterated Hebrew, I only get the Clementine Vulgate and the Holy Bible, Translated from the Latin Vulgate, but no Hebrew words (letters
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Mon, Jan 31 2011
  • Re: aion or kosmos

    Jerry, thank you again for your assistance. This is what I was looking for. Also, I'll put MJSmith from now on. Sorry about that.
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Sun, Jan 30 2011
  • Re: aion or kosmos

    Jerry, you are closer to the truth than not. I'm thinking that when I hover the mouse over the word, in this case *world* - it's going to give me the specific meaning for that word. Is there something in the settings that one can bring up the specific meaning of that particular Gk word? Also, is Mr Smith asking if I'm using the Reverse Interlinear or
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Sun, Jan 30 2011
  • Re: aion or kosmos

    Thank you Mr Smith for your reply. I'm more than new to this program, so hopefully I'm understanding your question correctly. I looked this up in the KJV and all I can tell you is, there is an Interlinear underneath of the verse that comes up, I'll call it in the middle pane. The Interlinear I have up here (I'm not sure how I can name it as yet) but
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Sun, Jan 30 2011
  • aion or kosmos

    I ran into this tonight and maybe you good folks could explain this for (to) me if you will. Type in your search "god of this world" and then hover your mouse over the word *world* --- it will bring up the Gk word *kosmos* in my far right pane. Now if you look in the Interlinear, you will see (or at least I do) the Gk word *aion* -------- Is this an
    Posted to General by Bootjack on Sun, Jan 30 2011
  • Re: How and where do I find download file for Logos 4

    You're a good man Thomas. Thank you sir. I'm new to Logos and new to this forum, and I'm beginning very much to appreciate both. I hope you folks are going to hang around for a long while. :-)
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bootjack on Wed, Jan 26 2011
  • Re: How and where do I find download file for Logos 4

    Being new to this program, I'm not sure what this is or how to do it. Please continue to be patient with me. Your explanation of this and how to do it will be appreciated. I'm going to be away from my system for just a bit but I'll look forward to your expertise Thomas.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bootjack on Wed, Jan 26 2011
  • Re: How and where do I find download file for Logos 4

    Ok Dave, now this is beginning to sink in. I appreciate this. Thanks!!!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bootjack on Wed, Jan 26 2011
  • Re: How and where do I find download file for Logos 4

    Thanks Donnie for your help. When it comes down to the wire then, I'm assuming it's best to have the DVD Disk, so if one wishes to install this on another computer, one can do so. From what I'm reading so far, it would save a bundle on Aspirins (or Tylenol if one likes this pain killer better). :-}
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bootjack on Wed, Jan 26 2011
  • Re: How and where do I find download file for Logos 4

    I don't see an Edit for this posting - I did want to add, that it would appear to me to be a Logos controlled download. I went to their site, clicked on a number and a Logos icon came up in the middle of the screen and ultimately from there, did the download. Anyway, I will appreciate your furthered help and instruction(s). Thanks!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bootjack on Wed, Jan 26 2011
  • Re: How and where do I find download file for Logos 4

    The responses here have been overwhelming and so much appreciated. Sorry I didn't inform you regarding the Windows version - I'm using Windows 7 Home Premium. I thought there to be one executable file, so let's say, I have a crash or want to uninstall & reinstall. Is there not just one file, or is it as one has said, a number of files that I have to
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bootjack on Wed, Jan 26 2011
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