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  • Re: I need some help!

    Milkman: Not an expert, but I have seen many discussions in Christian Discourse to note some patterns: 1 What are the intentions of the persons holding the positions? Genuine concern for the other person's well being and destiny, or economic and power motivated defense of an indoctrinated construct by a particular group? Are you dealing with church
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Feb 2 2019
  • Re: Mike Heiser Special Edition Logos 7

    Hi Denise: Hoping I am not misunderstanding: [quote user="Denise"]In religions, and watching actual behavior, parents, friends, etc are the criticality[/quote] Significant other modeling is important, until you get to a place where your views are challenged, and then you have to research and adjust your frame of reference. It does not happen to all
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Feb 2 2019
  • Re: Mike Heiser Special Edition Logos 7

    J. Remington: Thanks for the mentioned resources, the topic seems very interesting, I will research further.
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Feb 2 2019
  • Re: Mike Heiser Special Edition Logos 7

    Hi John: [quote user="John Goodman"]Does he really think he is immune to denominational, cultural, privilege and social biases?[/quote] A little off topic: nice list you posted, by any chance do can you recommend a resource that explores such biases (best if in L8)? Thanks ahead of time for your input on this.
    Posted to General by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Feb 2 2019
  • Re: 5 Free Workflows

    Hi Dal: I waited for the code that never came, so decided to order direct, and it did work: So maybe the charge of 9+ dollars per workflow bug is fixed. Thank you FL for the workflows.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Jan 31 2019
  • Re: History of the antichrist

    You are welcome Milkman, do not let the situation discourage you from keeping researching interesting and important topics. If you want more input on different topics you may try to start a page in Faithlife for a group to mention different angles for studying a topic (not arguing about the topics themselves). Each has the responsibility to check to
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Mon, Jan 28 2019
  • Re: History of the antichrist

    Milkman, for a different hypothesis: https://ebooks.faithlife.com/products/55432/end-times-and-the-secret-of-the-mahdi-unlocking-the-mystery-of-revelation-and-the-antichrist
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Mon, Jan 28 2019
  • Re: History of the antichrist

    MJ thanks for the link.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Mon, Jan 28 2019
  • Re: History of the antichrist

    Denise: Would not it be better to research and see why some believers have thought that way? Daniel 11:37. Do not let contextual lived reality get in the way of studies: The problem may not be that the antichrist in the hypothesis is supposedly Jew, (as true practicing Jews are a blessing to the world in any era), the problem is the supposed apostasy
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sun, Jan 27 2019
  • Re: History of the antichrist

    I agree, but what of Milkman? If he wants to know more about the antichrist, is it fair to let him know there are some very controversial issues? Those issues are not to be discussed nor debated here. But I see no problem to mention them so he can do his research and come to his own conclusions.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sun, Jan 27 2019
  • Re: History of the antichrist

    [quote user="PetahChristian"]Just providing a controversial lead, even if people don't reply to it, can be problematic.[/quote] Which makes a good point, who determines what is a controversial lead? I am not arguing with Milkman about anything, I am just telling him that there are certain thrusts that historically have been associated with the Antichrist
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sun, Jan 27 2019
  • Re: History of the antichrist

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]From my perspective you presented seven theological points as if they were facts, gave no references for Milkman to follow up, and provide no tie into Logos.[/quote] I use the qualifier supposedly, maybe, etc. to demonstrate those are hypothesis that need to be analyzed for possible validity. [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Or, if you
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sun, Jan 27 2019
  • Re: L8 bonus: Get another Mobile Ed course for just $50

    Hi LaRosa: Just out of curiosity, (hope you do not mind), which resources do you consider best (of the ones you have gone over) for the discipleship topic? Thanks ahead of time for sharing your opinion.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jan 26 2019
  • Re: History of the antichrist

    MJ. Milkman wants information about the Antichrist. He wants recommendation of resources in historical view. At least that is what I understood. Maybe he has not considered that there is information about that entity, in other resources he has. I mentioned some of the things I read, so he can use some of that to find information that may be useful.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jan 26 2019
  • Re: History of the antichrist

    Milkman: Long time ago I read some articles found in the net about the topic. You can probably find some with more recent info. A summary of what I remember: 1 Antichrist supposedly is (or will be) a Jew that is an apostate (maybe going to Islam). 2 Seems that will be of homosexual lifestyle (interpreting that he will be impervious to the love of women
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Fri, Jan 25 2019
  • What are the best German theological journals / magazines?, are they available in L8?

    Hello power users: Some persons think that a good way to learn to read German is to get acquainted with Journals / Magazines in the target language. I wonder what the best Theological / Biblical studies journals / magazines are. Are they available in L8? or online by subscription? If you know of some please share.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Thu, Jan 24 2019
  • Re: Language Question

    Hi Miles: According to a native speaker of German, Latin grammar helps with German grammar. It would be great to have a course that could compare different Grammars. What all have in common, and what they differ in. To limit a bit the scope, maybe a course that focuses on Theology... key words, phrases, concepts etc. in German, Latin, Greek and Hebrew
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jan 19 2019
  • Re: The first protestant

    Thanks for sharing your mind. Valuable points. Some power user poster said that some of the best learning done in the forums, was precisely when the guidelines were bent as important points were discoursed (rough paraphrase). Blessings.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Sat, Jan 19 2019
  • Re: Tagging Suggestions / thoughts in L8 Library

    MJ, Denise, Cynthia: Believe it or not I find the exchange very interesting. I do know that logic is important. It just baffles me that after 2000 years of theology in the making, there is not a resource that: List most important propositional truths of the Bible. Tackles head on the examples I have given, and clearly show how deductive and inductive
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Fri, Jan 18 2019
  • Re: Resource Search: Charismatic Gifts in the Early Church

    Thank you for the tips Rosie. I use Library sorting and search, but it takes more time to find things by searching if one has not a collection that limits the amount of resources.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Hamilton Ramos on Fri, Jan 18 2019
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