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  • Re: Announcing a Logos 7 base package under $100!

    Does this package contain the full feature set? It was unclear to me when I looked at it.
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Tue, Jul 10 2018
  • What exactly would I be buying?

    I'm confused about the relationship between Logos Now and Logos Desktop. I have L6 Anglican Gold now. If I upgrade to L7, I see the price broken down into feature set and new books. I understand that. The info for Logos Now says that subscribers get a 25% discount on feature sets. Why would I need that discount if I get everything through LN? If I have
    Posted to Logos Now by Chris Myers on Sat, Sep 10 2016
  • Hard to use L6 upgrade rebate

    I have my $50 gift code from the L6 upgrade, but just about all the resources in the Anglican section are pre orders. I can't find a way to use my code for those. Grr!!
    Posted to Anglican Products by Chris Myers on Thu, Feb 26 2015
  • Re: Logos 7 - What should it offer?

    I would be delighted to get one thing out of Logos 7: SPEED. I run Logos on a Macbook Pro 2.3 GHz i5 with 16 GB RAM and SSD drive. Logos is the only thing I run on this machine that I would characterize as really slow. Really slow.
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Sat, Nov 29 2014
  • Comparing Gold packages

    Are there any spreadsheets or web pages where I can compare the resources included in the various Gold packages?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Chris Myers on Fri, Oct 31 2014
  • Re: Theistic Evolutuonists

    You won't find him in Logos, but someone I was fortunate to hear speak and teach many times over the past decade at my church (where he served on staff) is George L. Murphy. He's a theoretical physicist and priest who has a passion for exploring and writing about the interface of science and religion. I found a video of him here: http://biologos.org
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Mon, Apr 7 2014
  • Re: Fortress Press Theology Collection - incomplete download

    I got an email a couple days ago from Logos saying that there was a mistake in the collection, with one book not finished when the collection was released for download. There was a partial refund posted on my credit card. The missing book will come later. Sorry for not posting back with this info earlier.
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Mon, Sep 16 2013
  • Fortress Press Theology Collection - incomplete download

    This is a 12-volume set, but only 11 books downloaded yesterday. I'm missing A Journey through Christian Theology: With Texts from the First to the Twenty-First Century Anyone else have the same problem?
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Wed, Sep 11 2013
  • Re: OS X Swipe Gestures broken

    I see it too. Doing a Force Quit on Finder (which causes Finder to relaunch) brings the gestures back.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Myers on Thu, May 31 2012
  • Re: Gen 10.5, 32 and Gen 11

    I believe that 11:1-9 is a separate story inserted to explain the wide variety of languages used by ancient Israel's neighbors.
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Tue, Mar 27 2012
  • Re: I'm wonder if a dev would comment on why full screen support hasn't been added since it's so very simple

    This works great. I edited MainMenu.nib and MainWindow.nib, as well as FloatingWindow.nib. If I open a floating library window I can full screen it and have it remain open on its own desktop while using the rest of the app. Very nice!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Chris Myers on Sun, Mar 18 2012
  • Re: Warning Label for Non-Christian Stuff

    [quote user="Alain Maashe"] True, but again, I know a few ex-believers that said the same thing. Therefore let anyone who thinks that he stands take heed lest he fall. ( 1Co 10:12 ) [/quote] I think we should allow plenty of room and time for the Holy Spirit to work. A faith structure that can be so easily destroyed might be better off being torn down
    Posted to Files by Chris Myers on Wed, Mar 14 2012
  • Re: Warning Label for Non-Christian Stuff

    Only a weak faith will be threatened by reading a book.
    Posted to Files by Chris Myers on Wed, Mar 14 2012
  • Re: Christmas 2011 Promotion

    Hermeneia, please!
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Thu, Nov 17 2011
  • Re: What does it mean to upgrade a library?

    There are LOTS of items labeled as "NEW" in the comparison charts. What's up with that? "New" since what/when?
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Fri, Oct 14 2011
  • Re: liberal or progressive resources

    Very nice list, MJ! Thanks.
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Mon, Aug 22 2011
  • Re: liberal or progressive resources

    Thanks for the supportive welcome, Dan! Portfolio will have to wait until my money tree takes root, but even with what I have it's like trying to sip from a fire hose :-).
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Sun, Aug 21 2011
  • Re: liberal or progressive resources

    SuperTramp, I have also found that the T&T Clark resources tend to be more "mainline" friendly, for lack of a better descriptor. I'd love to have the AYB, but I really need to keep making my house payment! I'll check out the Baker stuff. I most definitely believe Jesus to be divine and resurrected, but I still find that authors that push the envelope
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Sun, Aug 21 2011
  • Re: liberal or progressive resources

    There have been a couple of questions asking what I mean by "seeker." I should have realized that the word is a bit loaded. What I'm asking for essentially are resources that are open to questions as opposed to telling me the answer. I'm an Episcopalian who believes that the Bible is a beautiful, truthful, messy document that comes maximally alive when
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Sun, Aug 21 2011
  • liberal or progressive resources

    I have Scholar's and several other purchases, about 550 resources in all (until Perseus makes it 3550 ). I've had a hard time finding critical resources targeted at "seekers." Where are authors like Borg or Crossan? Shoot, there's not even any Tillich. I'm looking for viewpoints that are decidedly NOT in the "inerrancy" or "rapture" camps. Peace.
    Posted to General by Chris Myers on Sat, Aug 20 2011
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