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  • Re: Augustine Confessions - Latin

    I also greatly appreciate this. If anyone has done more St. Augustine, or other Early Church Fathers, in original Greek and/or Latin in importable docx, and not yet posted it, please do so. :D God bless.
    Posted to Files by LW on Sun, May 31 2020
  • Re: An Introduction - New Verbum Product Manager.

    Hello TL, Welcome! Blessings to you, and to the one you're replacing, and thanks to both of you for all that you will have accomplished for the kingdom here!
    Posted to Catholic Products by LW on Mon, May 18 2020
  • Re: Jerome Smith - Ultimate Cross Reference Treasury

    I just found a more detailed description of it, for anyone interested: http://www.realbiblestudy.com/?p=2148 . I'll copy and paste part of the preface. The author wrote there: [quote] I have: 1. made these new references far more numerous and complete (see Psalm 80:9; Romans 15:7); 2. more carefully sorted the references given at many verses to more
    Posted to Suggestions by LW on Sat, May 16 2020
  • Re: Summa Theologica (Latin) missing footnotes

    Thanks for the replies so far. I realized that there were inline citations, which are good, but my question was about the commentary footnotes a the bottom of the page, where my red arrow points in the screenshot. Thanks to those who told me how to find the check box for showing footnotes. But I think NB.Mick has best understood my question. I suspect
    Posted to General by LW on Sat, May 16 2020
  • Summa Theologica (Latin) missing footnotes

    Faithlife, you make a wonderful product with wonderful resources. I am very grateful for this, and for the sales and free books! One of the items I bought is the Summa Theologica of St. Thomas Aquinas, Latin, which according to the page previews has significant footnotes (screenshot attached). I'm having trouble finding these footnotes; are they there
    Posted to General by LW on Sat, May 16 2020
  • Jerome Smith - Ultimate Cross Reference Treasury

    Surely one of the most used and loved resources in Logos/Verbum is the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge. A substantially updated version came out in the 1990's, by Jerome Smith, but this was again substantially updated by him in 2016. This looks like a jaw-dropper, something that everyone should want. Since relatively few users know about UserVoice,
    Posted to Suggestions by LW on Fri, May 15 2020
  • Re: Further Patrologia volumes?

    H.J., thanks for the links! I'm glad to know of the interest in Patristics, but I'm afraid I don't know any German. That being said, if anyone put Koetschau's Origenes Werke volumes into Personal Books and shared them (I assume they're out of copyright-?), I would be very pleased on account of the Greek and Latin texts. I think you're right about the
    Posted to General by LW on Wed, May 13 2020
  • Re: Have a position on Church Fathers in Verbum?

    In answer to the question in the subject line...I LOVE IT! :)
    Posted to Catholic Products by LW on Wed, May 13 2020
  • Re: Further Patrologia volumes?

    A question to readers of this thread, who, like me, would be glad to have a number of books from Migne's Patrologiae : Do you think we should also ask for Sources Chrétiennes , either particular volumes (hopefully affordable for individuals) or the whole series (which good seminaries and universities should want)? And for that matter: Souter
    Posted to General by LW on Tue, May 12 2020
  • Re: Further Patrologia volumes?

    [quote] I assume they are planning on working through the volumes gradually and will make them available sequentially. That said, I wouldn't mind if they wanted to be selective and privilege certain authors. A few I would definitely put at the top of my list: PG 25-28: Athanasius PG 47-64: John Chrysostom PG 68-76: Cyril of Alexandria PL 14-17: Ambrose
    Posted to General by LW on Tue, May 12 2020
  • Re: (Relating to the Philokalia) Origen's On First Principles / Peri Archon, translated by John Behr

    Right on, I'm glad I'm not the only one. :) It seems that so far, only two of us have voted, so I would like to invite all interested to vote so that Faithlife takes notice. https://suggestbooks.uservoice.com/forums/308269-book-suggestions/suggestions/40391497-origen-tr-john-behr-on-first-principles-a-rea . BTW, I also would like to have Butterworth
    Posted to Suggestions by LW on Mon, May 11 2020
  • Re: Imported books and lexica

    Thanks for letting me know.
    Posted to General by LW on Mon, May 11 2020
  • (Relating to the Philokalia) Origen's On First Principles / Peri Archon, translated by John Behr

    Here's the description I wrote at the voting website (link down below): This is the new definitive English translation of one of the most important writings from one of the most important priest/theologian/philosophers of the Early Church, Origen's Peri Archon. St. Augustine, though he had to issue corrections to some ideas that reportedly came from
    Posted to Suggestions by LW on Sun, May 10 2020
  • Re: Verbum FBOTM May 2020

    Thanks very much for the correction and extra info. And I'm all for bringing the Ancient Faith Study Bible into the discussion. I would be glad to know more. :)
    Posted to Catholic Products by LW on Sun, May 10 2020
  • Imported books and lexica

    If one imports a Word document as a personal book into Logos/Verbum, and it contains Greek, Latin, and/or Hebrew, then when one double clicks on a(n inflected) word in one of these languages, will the dictionary/lexicon be opened to the right word? Thanks in advance for letting me know.
    Posted to General by LW on Sun, May 10 2020
  • Re: Verbum FBOTM May 2020

    Thanks very much, Roy. It would seem from your comparison that the ACCS gives many more ancient contents, but much briefer, as well as limited citations; while TCB gives much longer selections but not even limited citations. Please correct me if this is not the case?
    Posted to Catholic Products by LW on Sat, May 9 2020
  • Re: Verbum FBOTM May 2020

    I am also very grateful for this month's selection. About the book on 1 Cor., can anyone tell me how it compares to the corresponding volume in this wonderful set? https://verbum.com/product/31152/ancient-christian-commentary-on-scripture-complete-set-updated-edition-accs Thanks in advance for any replies.
    Posted to Catholic Products by LW on Sat, May 9 2020
  • Re: Further Patrologia volumes?

    And Patrologia Latina, please. :) Having these volumes in logos/Verbum, especially the Graeca volumes, is really great! Thank you to Faithlife for work done on these so far.
    Posted to General by LW on Sat, May 9 2020
  • Re: Please tell me how to achieve this persistent layout?

    Woooooohooooooo! You guys are fantastic! It works! I'll post screenshots later. God bless you!
    Posted to General by LW on Fri, May 8 2020
  • Re: Please tell me how to achieve this persistent layout?

    Graham and Denise, wow! Denise, I just realized that I somehow missed in your reply of a couple days ago that you twisted your ankle and experienced disaster on the way home. I am very sorry to hear that, and I hope very much that you're feeling better soon, and that the effects of the disaster have passed! By the way, that's a wonderful layout you
    Posted to General by LW on Thu, May 7 2020
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