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  • Re: Kretzmann's Popular Commentary

    We really do need this one in Logos ASAP.... Here is a brief sample from each of the 4 volumes... -dan Matthew Chapter 5 The Beatitudes. Matthew 5:1-12 The section of Matthew's Gospel included in chapters 5-7 is one of the most beautiful and impressive in the entire New Testament. In the simplest language, but with singular force and pertinency Jesus
    Posted to Lutheran Products by Dan Francis on Yesterday
  • Re: Free book of the month not showing under lectionary

    It should be realatively easy to set it up but there are major issues with this. FL doesn’t deal all that well with seasonal items. Indeed it’s lectionary options need updating every year to be mapped out for the year. You have to go manually to year B week 44 October 2-8 (Sunday falls in that range). And rather that 7 readings you are given
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Thu, Oct 11 2018
  • Re: What is the earlest known commentary on Revelation?

    The most of the paragraph is lifted from ACCS but copy and past on my iPad There is no easy way to attribute it... _dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Thu, Oct 11 2018
  • Re: What is the earlest known commentary on Revelation?

    Victorinus of Petovium (d. c. 304). Latin biblical exegete. With multiple works attributed to him, his sole surviving work is the Commentary on the Apocalypse and perhaps some fragments from Commentary on Matthew. Victorinus expressed strong millenarianism in his writing, though his was less materialistic than the millenarianism of Papias or Irenaeus
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Thu, Oct 11 2018
  • Re: Is Community Pricing dead?

    If FL can’t get the items they have through CP maybe they just don’t want to bother the most popular items may well already be out, one suspects before they try to offer a CP they collect several copies of said resources so that they may start when critical numbers are reached, and they did cull a bunch of CP offerings a while back. There
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Thu, Oct 11 2018
  • Re: A Catholic Introduction to the Old Testament

    It looks like a great resource I hope we can get in in Verbum. -dan
    Posted to Catholic Products by Dan Francis on Tue, Oct 9 2018
  • Re: New Hermeneia volume: Jubilees

    Posted to Suggestions by Dan Francis on Tue, Oct 9 2018
  • Re: Updates coming to Verbum.com

    When trying to buy a book earlier this month VERBUM.COM failed, telling me that i had to use another browser to complete the purchase, and while I know Safari is not as popular as chrome it boggled my mind that I couldn't complete a transaction on my default browser which was up-to-date for the High Sierra OS. -dan
    Posted to Catholic Products by Dan Francis on Mon, Oct 8 2018
  • Re: Do Noet resources ever go on sale?

    I believe I had seen sale items in the past when it was first launched indeed they use to offer a free book of the month like they do in Logos and Verbum shops.... But it seems to be drifting... It's discount store (equivalent to Vyrso NKA Faithlife ebooks) https://ebooks.noet.com I am sure in the past few months I had come across items listed as being
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Dan Francis on Thu, Oct 4 2018
  • Re: The City of God - Where to begin reading?

    I think it wisest to read it straight through... However if there is nothing wrong with going to a section that really interests you and to dig in there first. The Bible may not necessarily be best read in order however I do think City of God is best read in order, in the same way that reading the books of Harry Potter series out of order might be more
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Thu, Oct 4 2018
  • Re: KJV and Apocrypha?

    While true many protestants make no use of the apocrypha Lutherans too use the Apocrypha as often as Anglicans which admittedly is not too often. As for how common it is among modern translations it really depends on who is doing the work. It remains invaluable in understanding the background of NT era religious thought, Paul quotes the wisdom of Solomon
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Tue, Oct 2 2018
  • Re: KJV and Apocrypha?

    Yes it always has been there. Indeed for many decades it was illegal to print it without the apocrypgpha. Most Bibles of the time had them including the Geneva Bible. -dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Mon, Oct 1 2018
  • Re: Revelation commentaries for the layman from different view points

    Not a commentary but a very helpful book would be. Reading Revelation Responsibly: Uncivil Worship and Witness: Following the Lamb into the New Creation https://www.logos.com/product/121427/reading-revelation-responsibly-uncivil-worship-and-witness-following-the-lamb-into-the-new-creation -dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Sun, Sep 30 2018
  • Re: Orthodox Ordo Salutis

    Many protestant/evangelical may use those terms but I agree they are not really all that common in the larger western church sin RCC makes up the vast majority of that. Indeed another big segment would have to be Lutheran and Anglican and while justification sanctification may be prominent in Lutheran discussion historicallay I can’t say that
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Sat, Sep 29 2018
  • Re: Orthodox Ordo Salutis

    Overly simplified but concepts of being marked by baptism is fairly key. I am not saying either RCC or Orthodox would try to claim that there is nothing beyond that but I think reading Taught by God may give you the most satisfying answer’s to you inquiry in the Orthodox venue. -Dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Fri, Sep 28 2018
  • Re: Schreiner's 1 Corinthians missing...

    Perhaps until release FL doesn’t update those pages. Although only they know it very well may only be an oversight. -dan
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Thu, Sep 27 2018
  • Re: Must Have Resources sale

    Designed as a companion in a similar style to Barclays daily study Bible some are stupendous most are at least good. Devotional reading with a fair bit of information in them. I personally would prefer to recommend them over Tyndale and usually find them more useful. May be scene as a bit dated and I believe that WJKP sees the Westminster Bible Companion
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Wed, Sep 26 2018
  • Re: Must Have Resources sale

    Although I don’t see a linked as a set I am very happy to see that the Daily Study Bible Old Testament is back in Logos. I Don’t know when this happened but I know it got deleted as a purchasable item around 2005 as I bought my CDRom of it on clearance from CBD. At that time they lost a lot of WJKP titles. And for many years this had not
    Posted to General by Dan Francis on Tue, Sep 25 2018
  • Re: Add New Wisdom Commentary Series to Logos Catalog

    I own it in Accordance so not likely to duplicate it in Logos but it is a very good series. -Dan
    Posted to Suggestions by Dan Francis on Mon, Sep 24 2018
  • Re: Logos 8

    It should be out sometime this year but we have heard nothing official just a lot of wild speculation. -dan
    Posted to Logos 7 by Dan Francis on Mon, Sep 17 2018
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