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  • Re: Question - evangelical counterproposal to Barth

    J.I. Packer's 'Fundamentalism' and the Word of God would be a good one to look at, particularly Chapter IV, "Scripture", and even more particularly within that, there's a whole sub-subsection (II.b. The Word of God) which spans 7 pages. Here's the outline of that chapter.
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Yesterday
  • Re: Science, Religion, History, and Hermeneutics suggestions

    [quote user="Ben"] Bump! [/quote] Maybe it's time to add these to Logos Book Requests on FeedBear, since I don't think Faithlife pays much attention to this forum for book suggestions anymore.
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Mon, Jan 24 2022
  • Re: Research on Servant Leadership

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] A Basic Search for {Headword Moses} gives me 48 sources (more than for Jesus or Paul) You can get many more results with heading:Moses but they are not as focused. [/quote] Moses was not a NT person. [quote user="Christian Alexander"] I have to do a 30 page paper on servant leadership within one NT person .[/quote] [quote
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rosie Perera on Sun, Jan 23 2022
  • Re: Questions

    The classic book giving a taxonomy of ways of approaching Christianity and Culture is Christ and Culture by H. Richard Niebuhr. I really wish this were available in Logos. I've asked for it before. (You can go vote for it here: https://feedback.faithlife.com/boards/logos-book-requests/posts/christ-and-culture ). I am very frustrated, because it's not
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sun, Jan 23 2022
  • Re: Kyle: 2x J. I. Packer: An Evangelical Life

    They don't remove the ebook version from existing libraries when they bring out a Logos Research Edition. You can hide the ebook one. I do that; if I've already tagged the ebook version, I copy those tags over to the LRE version first before hiding.
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sat, Jan 22 2022
  • Re: Does anyone have: Person and Work of Christ?

    [quote user="James William Roberts, Jr."] Do you have a physical copy? [/quote] No, I don't have a physical copy, but if you go page by page through the scanned version on Archive.org, you can see it just as if you had a physical copy. That's what I do when I'm proofing an OCR'ed text that I'm converting into a PB. https://archive.org/details/the-person
    Posted to Files by Rosie Perera on Fri, Jan 21 2022
  • Re: Timeline - Enhancements/Improvements

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I've never quite forgiven FL for taking away our ability to create our own timelines as we could in Libronix.[/quote] Yes, it would be really nice to have this back again! Though I confess I rarely use the current timeline feature so I probably wouldn't use the ability to create my own either. I just like toys to play with, so
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rosie Perera on Wed, Jan 19 2022
  • Re: Does anyone have: Person and Work of Christ?

    Thanks for the initial work, but it's still quite a mess. The footnotes and headers are interspersed within the text. The pagination looks wrong; looks like it's based on Word doc pages rather than original published book pages. The Greek text is all garbled. And there are still some OCR errors. It would take a long time to get this cleaned up.
    Posted to Files by Rosie Perera on Wed, Jan 19 2022
  • Re: Does anyone have: Person and Work of Christ?

    Here's a cover image you could use.
    Posted to Files by Rosie Perera on Wed, Jan 19 2022
  • Re: Let Us Buy Epubs

    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Wed, Jan 19 2022
  • Time to bump the request for books by Martin Luther King Jr again

    This thread calling for is seven years old now. https://community.logos.com/forums/t/99365.aspx There are still only two short works by MLK in the Logos catalogue, Letter from Birmingham Jail (audio only) and The Measure of a Man . That's better than what there were at the time that thread was initiated, and admittedly, those are probably his two most
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Mon, Jan 17 2022
  • Re: Questions about Search and Factbook...

    [quote user="xnman"] [quote user="Graham Criddle"] [quote user="xnman"]Sooo.... either I searched all wrong.... or I'm on to something that Logos needs to work on.[/quote] Quick question - I'm in a meeting at the moment What happens if you do a Basic - not Media - search for "Tree of Jesus' life"? [/quote] I get a few more responses... but basically
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rosie Perera on Mon, Jan 17 2022
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Scripture & Hermeneutics Series

    Yes, it looks interesting. Add it to the Logos Book Requests forum to get votes and get Faithlife's attention. They don't follow this forum for suggestions anymore. https://feedback.faithlife.com/boards/logos-book-requests
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Sun, Jan 16 2022
  • Re: I need help with sharing PBs on this forum....

    1. Post a new thread in this Files form with an explanation of the book, and attach the Word document using the paperclip icon. Optionally also attach a cover image people can use. 2. If you haven't edited the wiki before, you'll first need wiki editing privileges, which you can get by joining the Logos Wiki Editors . I can't remember if you get the
    Posted to Files by Rosie Perera on Sat, Jan 15 2022
  • Suggestion to vote on: Malcolm Muggeridge ("Something Beautiful for God" and others)

    Malcolm Muggeridge is sorely lacking in the Logos catalogue. I'd love to see a Muggeridge collection. Here's what I'd want in it, in rough order of priority. Each is its own suggestion on the feedback board, for you to vote on selectively, or all of them. Something Beautiful for God: The Classic Account of Mother Teresa's Journey into Compassion The
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Fri, Jan 14 2022
  • Re: Kyle When will we see Bultman's works in Logos?

    The best way to let Faithlife know you want to see Bultmann's works is to add specific ones to the " Logos Book Requests " Feedback board (ideally include author, title, year, ISBN, and a link to the Amazon page) and drum up interest here on the forums so others will vote for them. You can vote for the one that's already there. https://feedback.faithlife
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Mon, Jan 10 2022
  • Re: missional theme of the Church and how Christianity impacts culture

    You seem to be trying to study too many things at once. I recommend you slow down and go deeper into a few areas. Don't spread yourself (or the forum answerers) so thinly.
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sun, Jan 9 2022
  • Re: Books on Suffering

    Not in Logos, but a great book on suffering is Scott Cairns' The End of Suffering: Finding Purpose in Pain . As for the suffering of mental illness, I'd recommend any one or more of the following: John Swinton's Finding Jesus in the Storm: The Spiritual Lives of Christians with Mental Health Challenges Elahe Hessamfar's In the Fellowship of His Suffering
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sun, Jan 9 2022
  • Re: So Many Books

    [quote user="David Ames"] O, by the way, one can tell that they have too many books when all of the Free Book of the Month are already owned! [/quote] That happens to me regularly. I think to myself: "Why did I have to be so impulsive? If I'd waited, I could have had it for free." Oh well...
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sat, Jan 8 2022
  • Re: Why so few popular highlights?

    You can turn on/off popular highlights. I'm not sure, but maybe for people who have it turned off, it doesn't share their highlights with the rest of the Logos user community. Maybe that's a way to keep your highlighting choices private. I dunno.
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sat, Jan 8 2022
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