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  • Re: Discovering Biblical Texts Series sounds commonplace but you NEED it

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Discovering Biblical Texts Series (3 vols.) | Logos Bible Software Discovering Biblical Texts (9 vols.) | Logos Bible Software [/quote] Note that the first of those is included in the second. Thanks for pushing this. I had already pre-ordered it. Great authors! I know the author of the Genesis volume, Iain Provan. He's a professor
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sun, Aug 1 2021
  • Re: The Oxford Handbooks

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"] This one seems to be research edition, and maybe some others. https://www.logos.com/product/204493/the-oxford-handbook-of-early-christian-ritual [/quote] I bought them all, and that is the only one that is a Research Edition. Bizarre that they chose to do it for only one of them.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rosie Perera on Sat, Jul 17 2021
  • The Nonviolent Atonement, 2nd ed. -- needs more orders

    This book is one of the key works in the revival of atonement studies in the last couple of decades. It has been languishing in pre-pub and is one of several pre-pubs slated to be canceled within this week if Faithlife can't get their production costs covered. A campaign to draw attention to them has helped somewhat, but this one is the one I'm particularly
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Thu, Jul 15 2021
  • Re: copy paste ctrl R

    This isn't meant to undermine your suggestion, just an offer of what you can do in the meantime until such time as this is implemented (if they take up your suggestion): You could make it into a Personal Book and then Logos can read it aloud. Or you could paste it here and have it read aloud (sounds like the same voice that's in Logos to me): http:
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Wed, Jul 14 2021
  • Re: Pre-Pubs Pending Cancellation

    [quote user="Thom Blair (Faithlife)"] Perspectives on an Evolving Creation From Irenaeus to Grotius: A Sourcebook in Christian Political Thought [/quote] OK, y'all. I've put my order in for the above two, to help you get them across the line. If you're in for one of the above but haven't yet put your order in for this one which I would like, consider
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Wed, Jul 14 2021
  • Re: Pre-Pubs Pending Cancellation

    [quote user="Thom Blair (Faithlife)"]The Nonviolent Atonement, 2nd ed.[/quote] I would very much like to see this one make it. Any other pacifists or peace church types out there (Anabaptist/Mennonite/Quaker/Brethren, etc.) or those interested in studying different theories of atonement?
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Tue, Jul 13 2021
  • Three more books by Iain Provan

    Seriously Dangerous Religion: What the Old Testament Really Says and Why It Matters (Baylor, 2014) The Reformation and the Right Reading of Scripture (Baylor, 2017) Seeking What Is Right: The Old Testament and the Good Life (Baylor, 2021) Iain Provan is Professor of Old Testament at Regent College. Faithlife carries a number of his other books. Would
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Mon, Jul 5 2021
  • Re: Spelling mistake

    Turns out there are lots of other typos of "Malachi" as "Malachai" throughout the Logos catalog (at least in the books I own; I don't own anything by Alexander Scourby, so I'm not sure which book you're referring to). If you find a typo in the text of a resource, the best way to report it is to select that text, right click on the selection, make sure
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Rosie Perera on Sat, Jul 3 2021
  • Re: BOOKS Suggestion: Girard, Rene

    [quote user="Mike Hanes"] [quote user="GaoLu"] Girard already exists, 2nd hand, in Logos, for example: Girard, René. “‘The Ancient Trail Trodden by the Wicked’: Job as Scapegoat.” Edited by Andrew J. McKenna. Semeia 33 (1985). Finamore, Stephen. God, Order, and Chaos : René Girard and the Apocalypse. Milton Keynes
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Fri, Jun 25 2021
  • Re: Search bug on ebooks.faithlife.com

    [quote user="NB.Mick"]you need to deselect the 'breadcrumb' "live" of the facet filter, then you should see the expected result.[/quote] Can't do that. The "Live" checkbox is not visible in search results, and if I deselect it before running the search, it gets popped back in again automatically to the search URL parameters. If I delete it and post
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Rosie Perera on Sun, Jun 20 2021
  • Re: Need help locating a picture

    What Logos can find will be limited to what you have in your library, and their collections of sacred art are not very comprehensive anyway. I get slightly more than what MJ found in her library, but still only B&W images. Very disappointing. You'd do better doing a Google Images search, something along these lines: The first place I usually look
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Thu, Jun 17 2021
  • Re: Oxford Handbooks Shipping Date(s)?

    I can see Robert's point. Every single volume in this collection is listed with that asterisk, and the collection hasn't shipped yet, so those asterisks seem kind of redundant now. The collection is scheduled to ship on 6/28. It is possible that they are planning to ship the collection incomplete, with some of the volumes to be forthcoming, which they
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Sun, Jun 13 2021
  • Re: Freebie today

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] Rosie, I believe the same thing can be said of women who work and mothers who are at home managing the day-to-day needs of the family and wiping the snotty noses of their children. And not just married women but single women and mothers, too. [/quote] Thanks, Bill. I fully agree. I just wish books like this weren't marketed
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Tue, Jun 8 2021
  • Re: Freebie today

    Ugh! Why were only men "designed for this partnership" to have a calling (or a called career ), not just a job, to be able to "find a meaningful connection with God in the work they are doing right now"? Rhetorical question. I'm not trying to start a debate, just expressing my own distaste for books like this. To each his (or her) own...
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Tue, Jun 8 2021
  • Search bug on ebooks.faithlife.com

    All searches for this title or any subset of it, in quotes or not, fail to find the resource page, though it does exist. Struggling with Evangelicalism: Why I Want to Leave and What It Takes to Stay https://ebooks.faithlife.com/product/209106/struggling-with-evangelicalism-why-i-want-to-leave-and-what-it-takes-to-stay
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Rosie Perera on Tue, Jun 8 2021
  • A History of Philosophy (9 vols.) by Frederick Copleston, S.J.

    Come on, this had 86 votes on the old SuggestBooks system, and now it has had to start over again gaining interest. It's got only 15 votes so far on FeedBear. This is a classic, and I'd like to be able to get rid of my paperback copy of this set, as it's taking up considerable room. It is published by Image, with which Faithlife has done many books
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Thu, Jun 3 2021
  • Re: Tips for reading all an author's work

    [quote user="Brenton Jayatilaka"]What do you look for? What type of notes do you keep? [/quote] Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren's classic How to Read a Book is an excellent guide to reading any author: different levels of reading for different types of books, how to take notes, etc. Unfortunately not available in Logos (though it should be)
    Posted to General by Rosie Perera on Fri, May 28 2021
  • Re: BUMP! Why is Karl Barth's "bombshell of a book" The Epistle to the Romans still not in Logos?

    [quote user="Sean"]Done! Although if they go through this means I will have to buy them![/quote] Not necessarily. You can always cancel your order before the date they are processed, if you notice they are "shipping soon" in time. But that's kind of not fair to Faithlife. They wait until there's enough interest to cover their costs in producing a book
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Thu, May 27 2021
  • Re: BUMP! Why is Karl Barth's "bombshell of a book" The Epistle to the Romans still not in Logos?

    [quote user="Sean"]Brunner would be great to have in Logos. He was a great theologian in his own right but sadly was in a lot of ways overshadowed by Barth. His Dogmatics is much shorter and far more approachable than Barth's. Barth was both the more orthodox and the more extreme of the two, and although my own views usually lie closer to his, I've
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Mon, May 24 2021
  • Re: BUMP! Why is Karl Barth's "bombshell of a book" The Epistle to the Romans still not in Logos?

    [quote user="Sean"]Rosie, it'd be difficult to say who was most influenced by Barth--the story of twentieth century theology basically takes place in his shadow. Everyone had to grapple with his thought as they tried to either refine or refute it. For one, though, T.F. Torrance, who was involved in the translation of Church Dogmatics , was definitely
    Posted to Suggestions by Rosie Perera on Sun, May 23 2021
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