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  • Re: Why no hubbub? Thanks Logos

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Hmmmm ... anyone else notice that the Catholic daily lectionary has gone live? [/quote] Sorry, not yet ... but it almost looks like it because of the preponderance of major feast and solemnities from vol. 1 of the lectionary that land in the next week or so. We'll have to plan some appropriate hubbub for the real thing.
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Thu, Jun 23 2011
  • Re: Title page typo

    [quote user="fgh"]Unless this resource just happened to be scheduled for an update anyway[/quote] It was. By a happy coincidence, we were already fixing other typos and adding new markup for text justification. (I hope I'm not spoiling Jannie's fun at getting to supply such rapid results. )
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Sat, Jun 4 2011
  • Re: St. Cyril of Alexandria

    [quote user="fgh"]This seems like a good time and place to express the hope that the ECF are very high up on Logos' list of resources to update.[/quote] They are. Work is already in progress.
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Fri, Jun 3 2011
  • Re: St. Cyril of Alexandria

    [quote user="fgh"] [quote user="Louis St. Hilaire"]None of Cyril of Alexandria's works are included in the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers.[/quote] I believe I saw a couple of the letters in the volume on the Ecumenical Councils, though I didn't check too closely (I was more interested in checking if the larger works were included). [/quote] Yes. I was
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Fri, Jun 3 2011
  • Re: St. Cyril of Alexandria

    [quote user="Harbey Santiago"] I have a question. Isn't this material already included in the works of the early fathers package? [/quote] No. None of Cyril of Alexandria's works are included in the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers. None of this material is available elsewhere for Logos.
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Fri, Jun 3 2011
  • Re: Talmud collection

    [quote user="Andrew Baguley"]It seems that the Babylonian Talmud has page numbers but that the Jerusalem Talmud does not, or am I missing something?[/quote] Page numbers are a feature of print books. Where a Logos resource corresponds to a print book, we add page numbering. The edition of the Babylonian Talmud in this collection has been published in
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Thu, Jun 2 2011
  • Re: SUGGESTION: outdo BibleWorks or way to go eCatena or don't forget the Early Church Fathers Additions

    How would you say the eCatena is an advance over a simple search for references in Logos? I guess there are some kinds of situations where a verse-by-verse scripture index is more convenient for browsing, but judging from its limited scope and what's written at the top about his methodology, I think a Logos search gives better results. (For instance
    Posted to Suggestions by Louis St. Hilaire on Wed, Jun 1 2011
  • Re: Is there a way to search the Early Church Fathers for Biblical Quotes

    [quote user="Ronald Quick"] I am trying to find when the Early Church Fathers quoted from both the OT and NT books. Is there a way to search for this? [/quote] You can search the entire series for particular Bible references using Basic Search. Select "Search In" "Early Church Fathers (Protestant Edition)" (or "Catholic Edition" depending on what you
    Posted to Logos 4 by Louis St. Hilaire on Wed, Jun 1 2011
  • Re: Book of Common Prayer

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] It's great that we now have the BCP lectionaries (both Sunday and Daily), but how about the Book of Common Prayer itself. Either the 1928 edition or the 1979 edition, or preferably both! [/quote] Sure .
    Posted to Suggestions by Louis St. Hilaire on Thu, May 12 2011
  • Re: Suggestion: Erasmus

    It was already in the works.
    Posted to Suggestions by Louis St. Hilaire on Fri, May 6 2011
  • Re: Suggestion: Erasmus

    We do have a collection of some of Erasmus' works available now on Community Pricing . Older editions, but a bargain by comparison .
    Posted to Suggestions by Louis St. Hilaire on Fri, May 6 2011
  • Re: Lectionary Madness: AKA "Some Don't Follow"

    Right. "Today's Reading" goes to the readings for today or, if there is no reading for today, to the next upcoming set up of readings, but the other lectionaries will only follow if there is an exactly matching date, so the difference you're seeing is just between lectionaries that have a set of readings for Easter Wednesday and those that don't.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Louis St. Hilaire on Thu, Apr 28 2011
  • Re: Broken Link: Jewish New Testament Commentary

    An update to this resource, which will allow these links to go to any Bible translation, will be published soon.
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Wed, Apr 27 2011
  • Re: Book of Common Prayer

    [quote user="Thomas Black"] Now then as I understand the answer to my original question: Re: the difference between BCP Daily and BCP Sunday I'm still curious why the Sunday Readings don't line up in them - since they purport to be of the same line?[/quote] They're for use at different liturgies. The Sunday BCP lectionary contains readings for use at
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Wed, Apr 27 2011
  • Re: Book of Common Prayer

    [quote user="Thomas Black"] This lectionary resource is derived from the 1979 Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church (USA). In 2007, the Episcopal Church adopted the Revised Common Lectionary . Emphasis added.... So I popped open my copy of the Revised Common Lectionary and promptly noticed that it's Sunday only readings don't appear to line
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Wed, Apr 27 2011
  • Re: Book of Common Prayer

    [quote user="Thomas Black"] (A) the BCP in question is not the same BCP that I have before me as a lectionary or (B) the BCP before me is incomplete. [/quote] Yes to both. Our BCP lectionaries are from the 1979 Episcopal (i.e. U.S.) Book of Common Prayer. The most well-known Book of Common Prayer is the 1662 Anglican (i.e. Church of England) BCP. A
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Wed, Apr 27 2011
  • Re: Justin Martyr (Greek texts) in pre-pub

    [quote user="Is Mebin"]Does anyone know if volume 6 of http://www.logos.com/product/4346/patrologia-cursus-completus-series-graeca-part-1 is the same as this product, or is the recently added Justin Martyr pre-pub a much more comple offering. [/quote] Gildersleeve's and Trollope's Greek texts may be somewhat more modern than the PG (which actually justs
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Mon, Apr 25 2011
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] If someone wants the definitive Logos word on the inclusion/exclusion of the Mishnah in the Talmuds for the Logos resource, it was posted in the forums when the collection first came up. I think that the Mishnah is included in the sense of quotations being commented on but not in the sense of a single continuous text. [/quote
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Thu, Apr 21 2011
  • Re: "Harmony Hightlighting"

    In most harmony resources, the scripture text is dynamically supplied from the Bible version you specify. Since this text isn't actually "in" the resource and can change depending on what version you choose, you can't apply highlighting to it. The scripture text in lectionary resources is the same.
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Tue, Apr 19 2011
  • Re: Need a Little Help with a Seminary Paper

    [quote user="fgh"]NABRE isn't very 'future' any more. It's been out on paper for a month, and shouldn't be too hard to find.[/quote] Moreover, the revised NT was completed in 1986, so the NT in the NABRE is the same as any NAB (including the Logos version) released after 1986. What's new in the NABRE is the revised OT and re-revised Psalms.
    Posted to General by Louis St. Hilaire on Wed, Apr 6 2011
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