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  • Search my library with breakdown of occurrences in comments

    Hi - I was searching for something like "prophecy" in my entire library. It returned quite a few results as expected. It searched my notes and return 11 hits in 3 places under my notes 'Bible comments'. However it only returned the first occurrence of this. I would like it to show these 3 occurrences just as it does when you find a number of hits within
    Posted to Logos 4 by Paul Chatfield on Tue, Jul 5 2011
  • Organising notes

    I'm interested in good habits people have as to how they record their notes on various books. At present I have one file for all notes on the Bible, one for evangelism notes (where my heart is) and then general other books notes. On the one hand, you can say it is advantageous putting it all together as if you want to read any comments you have on divorce
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Sun, Oct 16 2011
  • Re: CP: Classic Commentaries and Studies Collections Pricing Strategy

    Good work Jonathan in reducing your bid. It may well lead to it getting produced more quickly as more will come in at the lower price. Great work as always Paul. I like your digest as well for a quick summary. Good stuff!
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Mon, Jan 30 2012
  • Re: Philippians Commentary Set Approaching $40!

    Good bidding everyone to get the price down to $40. I was initially hoping to go only at $30 as I still think this is overpriced but doubt it'll drop that far. I've just started lowering bids on the next classic sets about to go through to see if we can get the next price down.
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Mon, Jan 30 2012
  • Re: CP: Classic Commentaries and Studies Collections Pricing Strategy

    Thanks Paul - yes, I wonder how useful they'll be if I go for all of them (probably costing $500), however I like the reverential tone of a lot of them, and coupled with that file of how Spurgeon valued them, that should help guard against following dodgy commentaries far. I am personally looking forward to the Job one ... though that'll be a long time
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Mon, Jan 9 2012
  • Re: Improvements to Notes

    Bryce - as for your general statement about how many would like general improvements to notes, it is the most popular suggestion at present on the user voice (click to add your votes here if you want http://logos.uservoice.com/forums/42823-logos-bible-software-4 ). There was also a discussion a week or two ago about how much people would desire improvements
    Posted to Logos 4 by Paul Chatfield on Thu, Jan 19 2012
  • Re: How many books DO you need? I am trying to figure that out!

    The way I deal with it is how often do I find myself running out of commentaries to consult when I'm looking at some point I want to read more on. I would say if you find that those 10 commentaries deal with your queries all the time then fine, you have enough. An alternative angle would be to say it probably depends on your calling as to how many you
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Tue, Jan 17 2012
  • Closing books this Friday

    Don't miss out on the following collections closing this Friday. Luke is on the edge of going down $10 to $40 which would be a huge bargain and Job may go down even to $20. Classic Commentaries and Studies on Isaiah (22 vols.) $30 Classic Commentaries and Studies on Luke (24 vols.) $50 Classic Commentaries and Studies on Job (18 vols.) $25 A Dictionary
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Wed, Feb 22 2012
  • Re: Please buy the John Gill Collection.....

    I agree. This is the only reason I keep another free bible software - I'm surprised this is taking its time to get through.
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Tue, Feb 14 2012
  • Re: Christmas 2011 Promotion

    I would love to see Theological Journal Library Vols. 1-10 on sale. Haven't ever seen it discounted ... so far .. :)
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Mon, Nov 21 2011
  • Re: CP: Classic Commentaries and Studies Collections Pricing Strategy

    Good stuff Paul. I'm looking forward to getting these through. In the Genesis set, I really liked Alford's commentary - and Dillmann's so am looking forward to discovering a few more beauties through as the others start coming through :)
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Thu, Dec 29 2011
  • Re: Classic Commentaries and Study Series

    What I decided to do to consider their usefulness was to do a study on a passage from that book for my quiet times for a bit to get a feel of which ones I like. It's probably personality dependent, but sometimes the authors write things that strike me in a way that another author, saying the same thing, might pass me by. I would recommend doing that
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Mon, Jan 2 2012
  • Re: Open book/collection to random place

    Hi TC Black - no, not the first. Something like the 2nd was what I had in mind. I envisaged typing into the command line instead of "Facilitate Serendipitous Discovery" which is somewhat longwinded and not the type of thing one might guess, creating code that would work like "open ESV random" OR "open coll:journals random" I thought that might be useful
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul Chatfield on Fri, Jan 6 2012
  • Re: Closing: Multiple Classic Commentaries

    Indeed and Corinthians for $30 would be an absolute steal. Any interested at $30, put your bids in now ...
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Thu, Feb 2 2012
  • Re: Let's get the Classic Commentaries on Revelation Moving again

    The other thought that's worth considering on this thread is that if Logos are 'helping' some of these Classic Commentaries to reach 100%, as it seems they have been doing with a number of them, then people reducing their bids to $50 will not slow its progress, but just mean that when it's helped over the line they pay $50 rather than $160. Their choice
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Feb 4 2012
  • Re: Closing: Multiple Classic Commentaries

    Good thinking Dan. With the 3 Classic Commentaries all closing tomorrow, we'll see whether they'll go down another $10!
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Thu, Feb 2 2012
  • Re: Classic Commentary Collection on Jeremiah closes Fri 3/2

    [quote user="Paul Clarke"] [quote user="Edwin Bowden"] This collection crossed over at $40, is already down to $35, and sitting right at $30. Should be no problem to get it down to $30 or $25 by Friday noon PST, 3/2/12 22 volumes, over 5800 pages http://www.logos.com/product/15551/classic-commentaries-and-studies-on-jeremiah [/quote] Just one or two
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Mon, Feb 27 2012
  • Re: Jonathan Edwards' most used commentary on Community pricing!

    Liam, great sales pitch - great example of how to promote a resource that others might have missed. I wasn't in but am now.
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Fri, Jul 13 2012
  • Search on Cleanness/Uncleanness

    I was wondering, whilst reading Mark 1:41, why Jesus touched the leper given that touching a leper made someone unclean according to the Old Testament law. As the leper was healed in that instant, it would be difficult to argue that Jesus became unclean. However, I began to wonder whether, with mankind, when we touch unclean objects we become unclean
    Posted to Logos 5 by Paul Chatfield on Fri, Nov 23 2012
  • Re: Search on Cleanness/Uncleanness

    I'm going to answer my own question, having gone through the gospels by eye, it does seem each time Jesus encounters and touches those unclean they are healed - I could only find 3 occasions recounted in all of the Synoptics: Mt 8:1-4, 14-15, 9:20-22. Interestingly there does appear to be a link between touching Jesus in faith and being healed - note
    Posted to Logos 5 by Paul Chatfield on Fri, Nov 23 2012
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