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  • "Any PDF to Word Converter" free for a limited time in Mac App Store

    Normally $21. I saw this on AppShopper today and it looks promising for creating personal books in Logos from PDF files. I haven't tested it yet, but it might be worth grabbing while it's free.
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Wed, Sep 17 2014
  • Re: Patrologiae Cursus Completus: Series Graeca

    It's currently on Community Pricing with something like 10% progress on the very lowest possible price. And it's been there for a long time. Unless we get a surge of people willing to pay $700 for this, I doubt it will ever make it to production.
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Mon, Aug 25 2014
  • Re: The $ value of the mobile apps to Logos

    I agree with the value of the mobile apps. They make Logos purchases reasonable options for me. If they added an "export-to-Kindle" feature, then the Logos format would be a no-brainer. As it is I still sometimes buy books from Amazon.
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Sat, Aug 23 2014
  • Re: Okay - what obvious am I missing?

    Did you check for gremlins?
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mitchell on Sat, Aug 23 2014
  • Re: Barth - should he be included in Reformed Diamond?

    [quote user="Ken McGuire"] But I would actually recommend that you start with a shorter work - like Dogmatics in Outline , or Evangelical Theology .[/quote] Seconded. Evangelical Theology was a formative book for me,and I go back to it regularly whenever I start to get burned out or jaded. In a way it's an introduction to Barth's theology, but more
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Sun, Aug 3 2014
  • Re: Need recommendation on Lavalier Mic

    Yes, with an adapter you will be able to get that portable one into a sound board. It will still be lower range (and thus more prone to interference) though. I don't see the advantage, personally. [quote user="mike"]Is there lavalier mic that covers all 3 bands A, B and G for travelling purposes?[/quote] Unfortunately no. If you're really worried about
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Mon, Jul 28 2014
  • Re: Need recommendation on Lavalier Mic

    Sorry about that, looks like I accidentally lied about the ease of use for Sennheiser's tool! Shure's is easier. If you go Sennheiser, you definitely want A band. If Shure, you want H5. If you don't mind, I'll tackle the questions directed at John: [quote user="mike"]1. Is there a big difference between the rack-mount type you recommended and the travel
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Mon, Jul 28 2014
  • Re: Need recommendation on Lavalier Mic

    Hey, this is a question right in my wheelhouse! I'm a professional audio engineer, one of the house techs at my seminary and I volunteer at my church too. First off, you definitely don't want the system you posted in your Amazon link. That system is designed to mount to a video camera, so the receiver is small, battery-operated, and short-range. The
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Sun, Jul 27 2014
  • Re: Show me what I'll get

    I think I already know the answer to this, but does the "individual price" column accurately reflect what those books would cost me were I to add them to my cart right that moment, or does it only list full prices, neglecting things like sales and (most importantly) academic discounts? EDIT: Nevermind, I just checked on my own and the upgrade tool reflects
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mitchell on Sun, Jun 1 2014
  • Re: Seeking Books that refute bart d ehrman

    "Refute" was a bad choice of words if you don't want to start a debate, since it begs the question by assuming refutation is possible and available. Perhaps you're looking for books that "interact with" Ehrman from a conservative perspective?
    Posted to Suggestions by Mitchell on Fri, May 23 2014
  • Re: Nit-picky but significant issue in Bible Facts

    I noticed that the Biblical People database was included in some updates I downloaded today, so I check Priscilla's entry to find this: [quote]A Christian missionary, who with her husband Aquila, was a leader in the early church.[/quote] Much, much better! Thank you Logos, and thank you Sean for taking notice!
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Tue, Apr 29 2014
  • Re: Does God Suffer?

    I would also recommend Moltmann's The Crucified God on this topic. It's available in Logos. [quote] A God who cannot suffer is poorer than any man. For a God who is incapable of suffering is a being who cannot be involved. Suffering and injustice do not affect him. And because he is so completely insensitive, he cannot be affected or shaken by anything
    Posted to Reformed Products by Mitchell on Sat, Apr 19 2014
  • Re: Theistic Evolutuonists

    If I can interject in this lively debate, I'd like to remind everyone that this forum does have rules against theological discussion. This place is for discussing Logos software and the resources in it. I know it's not enforced particularly strictly, and the line between a discussion of resources and a discussion of the ideas therein gets blurry at
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Mon, Apr 7 2014
  • Re: Theistic Evolutuonists

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Mitchell"] there are tons of theologians who are theistic evolutionists! [/quote] Assuming 160 pounds as an average that makes for 12.5 theologians per ton. Given that the majority of theologians are theistic evoutionists, you are probably "under estimating" the number by implication. I would suggest Tielhard de
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Mon, Apr 7 2014
  • Re: Theistic Evolutuonists

    Hawking hasn't distanced himself from the Big Bang at all (in fact, he is still widely influential in fleshing out and adjusting its details). Keep in mind that theories of the origin of the universe (e.g. the big bang), theories of the origin of life (e.g. panspermia) and theories of the development of life (e.g. evolution) all deal with separate questions
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Mon, Apr 7 2014
  • Re: Lewis and Short so close

    And there's plenty of time to get the price down! This is the standard Latin dictionary for anyone working with ecclesial writings from the 2nd century onwards. If you think you're going to need a Latin dictionary, now is the time to get it! They're not kidding around when they advertise the "print price" at $200. Amazon is currently selling it for
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Fri, Mar 21 2014
  • Re: Logos March Madness: No Women?

    Phil, thanks for the response. Part of the problem is that Logos' selection of authors for March Madness pretty accurately reflects who has the strongest and most respected voices among conservative evangelicals. As it happens, and quite regrettably, that group is almost exclusively white and male. The Kingdom of God is far bigger and far more diverse
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Tue, Mar 4 2014
  • Re: Logos March Madness: No Women?

    Excellent list, MJ. I would add Maryanne Meye Thompson and Beverly Gaventa to it as well. Did I miss something, or is literally every single contestant an old white man?
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Tue, Mar 4 2014
  • Re: Logos March Madness - How can we improve it from last year?

    [quote user="David Paul"] I have to admit that I'm a little disappointed...actually, a lot disappointed...that Douglas Moo is so far ahead of Walter Brueggemann. Yes, Moo is popular, but Brueggemann is probably one of the top 3 OT scholars alive right now. Not only that, but he actually has quite a few resources in Logos that could be picked up for
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Tue, Mar 4 2014
  • Re: March Madness: Who are these guys?

    I found a lot of people I didn't care about up against each other, and a lot of people I did care about up against each other. Seriously, did they HAVE to put N.T. Wright up against James Dunn!? I'm pretty sure anyone interested in the one of those is also interested in the other.
    Posted to Suggestions by Mitchell on Tue, Mar 4 2014
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