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  • Re: Top 3 Bible versions in: English, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Latin to facilitate term acquisition for searching resources.

    Thanks Dave, great tips. Do you know a way to know what the best French Bibles are and that are available in Logos 8? And how about your favorite Greek NT? Thanks ahead of time for any guidance.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Today
  • Re: Top 3 Bible versions in: English, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Latin to facilitate term acquisition for searching resources.

    Thanks Jan for your answer and guidance. I still have to find ways to make passage lists out of the results of parts of the pie chart. But there are ways one can compare versions to see if similar words are used: Blessings.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Today
  • Re: How to search library for a person - short bio, bibliography, theology/associations?

    Greetings Bob: Have you taken a look at God's Generals books?: https://ebooks.faithlife.com/search?query=God%27s%20generals&sortBy=Relevance&page=1&filters=status-live_Status&ownership=all&limit=60 Many main figures will probably be there, then you can take particular areas of the mentioned person to expand the search. Hope this
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Today
  • Top 3 Bible versions in: English, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Latin to facilitate term acquisition for searching resources.

    Hi power users: I just finished watching live webinar on Bible searching with Morris Proctor. He showed a neat trick using right click on a word, we can go to lemma, and select Bible word study, which would give in the translation tab the different meaning in the language of the Bible selected. One can always go to the settings on the right of the translation
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Today
  • Re: "God of all comfort" thoughts?

    Hi Liam: Not sure if you have the book. One methodology you can use to gain time is use the "concordance tool". You can see what words (as subset of concepts) are used the most, and it will get you to the particular info quick. Now not to start polemics, but just to give you approach venues for further research: From the Bible it seems that satan and
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Yesterday
  • Re: Denominations

    Hi Michael: Have you taken a look at: https://www.logos.com/product/27749/survivors-guide-to-theology I thought it tried to give a neutral account of some important points in different traditions / denominations. You can also try to research roughly about certain groups that at one point were considered to be at odds: Pietists as a reaction to Puritans
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Yesterday
  • Suggestion: Multilingual Lexham glossary of theology.

    Hi power users and power developers: Just wondering if it would be possible to do a "multilingual Lexham glossary of theology". Logos is great for looking up concepts in multi tradition and denomination in English language for English language understanders. It would be great to have a resource that using a format similar to Lexham glossary of theology
    Posted to Suggestions by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, May 16 2019
  • Re: Is "repentance" a military term?

    Hi Ronald: A different angle for consideration: Concepts in a contextual situation can be used to illustrate something important in another. Note the following: "During the pre- and early Christian period of Koine Greek (ca. 300 BC-100 AD) metanoia continued to carry the sense of a change of mind about someone or something. For example, Polybius (ca
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, May 9 2019
  • Jacob Neusner Jewish Studies Bundle and Aggadah.

    Hi power users: Jacob Neusner' Bundle will come live soon. I would like to learn a little more about Aggadah, would getting that pre pub bundle help for that, or would it be overkill? https://www.logos.com/product/51513/jacob-neusner-jewish-studies-bundle https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aggadah Is there a recommended way to study about Aggadah? particular
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Wed, May 8 2019
  • Re: TIP: Use a list tags to keep track of handy lists

    Ok, thank you Dave.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sun, May 5 2019
  • Re: Time line for "heresies" in the NT

    Have you taken a look at the following resource?: https://www.logos.com/product/26732/historical-theology-an-introduction-to-christian-doctrine Not sure if it has a timeline, but is organized by topic and then goes into the time sensitive developments for that doctrine. It does have links that take you to the timeline in L8, where some other resources
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Fri, May 3 2019
  • Re: Who will we know in heaven

    James: interesting topic. Like other poster have said, there may not be clear evidence of what will really happen in heaven from the Bible witness. Revelation paints future worship that includes lots of ethnicities, but does not specify if they all hang together by it (that would hint at recognition), or are they all mixed hinting at more focus on worship
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Fri, May 3 2019
  • Re: TIP: Use a list tags to keep track of handy lists

    Francis , thanks for the tip. Question: do you know if there is a way to search for lists in L8? I found the following in one resource: IV. PRECEPTS FOR WORKERS Do good.— Gal. 6:10 . Obey God.— Acts 5:29 . Worship God.— Rev. 22:9 . Keep thyself pure.— 1 Tim. 5:22 . Be strong in the Lord.— Eph. 6:10 . Take heed how ye hear
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Fri, May 3 2019
  • Re: Looking for something/one like this

    For a rough overview: https://www.logos.com/product/27749/survivors-guide-to-theology Like another poster mentioned there are many resources available: https://www.logos.com/products/search?q=orthodox+systematic+theology&start=0&sort=rel&pageSize=60 For something more specific, maybe you can mention particular subjects so that those who
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, May 2 2019
  • Re: Tips for Character Studies?

    Not sure if you are acquainted with the following article: https://blog.logos.com/2014/06/how-do-you-use-logos-dave-moser/ Out of curiosity, I did a search in the application collection for Moses, and was surprised that many good hits were obtained. In the resource "Every man in the Bible", there is a good summary related to Moses' life and work: Searching
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Wed, May 1 2019
  • Re: Tips for Character Studies?

    One way you can go about finding ideas related to a character, is to do a media search: In the case above an interesting diagram came up in a journal tying a field of meaning with metaphor of Moses. You can probably find other interesting angles that will better suit the thrust you want to communicate about the character. Hope this helps.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Tue, Apr 30 2019
  • Re: N. T. Wright courses: difference between FL and mobile ed.

    Thanks Graham for the link. I found the sample clips in the thread interesting, and fortunately I can understand N. T. Wright's accent, which would be crucial to me as there are no transcripts. Some of the concepts he touched are very interesting.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sun, Apr 7 2019
  • N. T. Wright courses: difference between FL and mobile ed.

    There are courses advertised as FL courses: https://courses.faithlife.com/search?context=product&sortBy=Bestselling&limit=60&page=1&filters=producttype-ntwrightcourses_Product%20Type Are FL courses similar to Mobile Ed courses? do they follow the same format? are there suggested readings to a wide variety of pertinent resources, or are
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Apr 6 2019
  • Re: Prayer in the Church Fathers - A request for help from Catholic/Orthodox brothers and sisters.

    You are welcome Liam. I think there are more books like that: https://ebooks.faithlife.com/search?context=product&query=Fathers&sortBy=Relevance&limit=60&page=1&filters=status-live_Status Some seem very interesting. In Journals and magazines probably there is more information too. It would be really neat to have a way to make a systematic
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Tue, Mar 26 2019
  • Re: Prayer in the Church Fathers - A request for help from Catholic/Orthodox brothers and sisters.

    I agree Liam. Related to the topic: Jesus prayed to the Father, so should we. Jesus said that the Holy Spirit was going to be our Paraclete: so is expected we interact with Him. Jesus said that anything asked for in His name (godly of course) would be had: so it is ok to pray in His name. I do not understand why complicate things, the Bible is clear
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Tue, Mar 26 2019
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