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  • Re: Looking for the name of a condemned notion (but not a debate)

    Yes, Augustine is considered late Patristic. (As I recall, in the West, the Patristic era ends with St. Gregory the Great, while in the East it ends with St. John Damascene.) I thought this was pre-Protestant, but maybe I’m mistaken.
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Mon, Mar 7 2022
  • Re: Looking for the name of a condemned notion (but not a debate)

    [quote user="David Thomas"] [quote user="David Wanat"]Anybody have any ideas on what I could search under?[/quote] I have heard this idea in Protestant circles. It is the idea that God predestines and establishes an age of accountability based upon His foreknowledge . [/quote] Interesting. Perhaps the idea is later than I thought it was. Or perhaps
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Mon, Mar 7 2022
  • Re: Windows 10 vs 11 and Logos

    I thought 11 was a mild improvement personally. As for the annoying changes to the taskbar and start menu, there are third party programs out there that restore the Windows 10 appearance.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by David Wanat on Mon, Mar 7 2022
  • Re: Looking for the name of a condemned notion (but not a debate)

    [quote user="Sean"] Please see my edit: " are you perhaps thinking of Molinism & "middle knowledge"? [/quote] Hmm, I don't think it's Molinism, as that isn't condemned in the Catholic Church and the one I was thinking of was condemned. But you did jog my memory: the condemned position held that unbaptized infants could go to hell on the basis of
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Sun, Mar 6 2022
  • Re: Themelios

    I think with the Themelios code, originally it only covered the "under new management" issues. But later they did change it so you could use that same code on all the old issues too.
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Sun, Mar 6 2022
  • Re: Looking for the name of a condemned notion (but not a debate)

    Thank you.
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Sun, Mar 6 2022
  • Looking for the name of a condemned notion (but not a debate)

    Doing some research, I have a vague recollection that there was a patristic or medieval idea that God condemned people for what they would have done in the future if they lived longer. I recall that this idea was condemned by the Church. But since I don't know what it was called, I don't know where to begin looking on Logos for it. Anybody have any
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Sun, Mar 6 2022
  • Re: Sanders Quote

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Your reading seems appropriate in context ... [/quote] Always good to get confirmation. I hate the thought of accidentally misrepresenting somebody.
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Sun, Mar 6 2022
  • Re: Sanders Quote

    i know nothing about the author, but it seems like he’s saying God is Triune by nature and not so simply for our benefit? (I’ll refrain from giving my views about that if I have interpreted this rightly to avoid breaking the rules) [quote user="Graham Criddle"] The quote is on page 83 of a book Sanders is writing about the doctrine of the
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Sun, Mar 6 2022
  • Re: Barth's Church Dogmatics

    I know I got a lot of denominational tiers for 8 when they were having their final sale before 9
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Sat, Mar 5 2022
  • Re: Barth's Church Dogmatics

    [quote user="Kathleen Marie"] It is cheaper right NOW for me to buy the Dogmatics, but I am very aware that in the long run, that it is cheaper for me to buy legacy libraries. [/quote] It’s weird how varied dynamic pricing can be. For me, the tier set is around $2.00 cheaper than Dogmatics alone.
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Sat, Mar 5 2022
  • Re: Themelios

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] Christian, The forum rules prohibit giving codes out on the forums. [/quote] I never realized that was a rule. I’m glad I found out before I broke it.
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Sat, Mar 5 2022
  • Re: Barth's Church Dogmatics

    I’d get enough that it would be a much better deal to get the full package and not buy Dogmatics separately
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Fri, Mar 4 2022
  • Re: Barth's Church Dogmatics

    Thanks for sharing both links. It’s about $2.10 cheaper if I buy the package than if I buy Dogmatics alone.
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Fri, Mar 4 2022
  • Re: Are you using Logos for Lent? Gesima?

    [quote user="Kathleen Marie"] Faithlife does have the Maria von Trapp book! https://ebooks.faithlife.com/product/216645/around-the-year-with-the-von-trapp-family I had to take a long walk today for an errand and I listened to a lot of this book as I walked. Maria was as fun as she was wise, and so full of energy. Parents especially will learn a lot
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Wed, Mar 2 2022
  • Re: What preachers to to watch or listen to?

    [quote user="Mike Tourangeau"] [quote user="John Fidel"] Skip Heitzig [/quote] If you don't know this brother you may think you are saying skip Heitzig :) LOL [/quote] That’s exactly how I (mis)interpreted it 😄
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Tue, Mar 1 2022
  • Re: Logos and the Ventilator

    It definitely shows the value in the monastic lifestyle More seriously, I can relate. While some of my collection is of the "What do X really believe" variety, in my main collection there are more books than I could hope to read in a lifetime.
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Sun, Feb 20 2022
  • Re: Effect of Windows 11 on operation of LOGOS?

    Works fine for me. The only change I made was to add the Start11 to get the Windows 10 start menu back. I think my computer runs my programs better across the board.
    Posted to General by David Wanat on Wed, Feb 16 2022
  • Re: Lack of Reformation and directly related English Bibles

    [quote user="SineNomine"] [quote user="David Wanat"] Links can be weird here. Sometimes they get recognized and automatically converted by whatever software is used for these forums. Other times, you have to add a link format yourself. [/quote] Links are predictably weird. If you add a space after the URL, it will be auto-converted. [/quote] I will
    Posted to Reformed Products by David Wanat on Wed, Feb 16 2022
  • Re: Lack of Reformation and directly related English Bibles

    Links can be weird here. Sometimes they get recognized and automatically converted by whatever software is used for these forums. Other times, you have to add a link format yourself.
    Posted to Reformed Products by David Wanat on Mon, Feb 14 2022
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